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第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 20 小题,每小题 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C 和 D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选 项标号涂黑。

for fear 8. ______ is known to the world is that China is a peace-loving nation. A. As B. It C. What D. That 9. Never blame others for no reasons, in fact it is you ______ others that are to blame. A. other than B. rather than C. more than D. less than 10. -- Ann won’t like the bag you bought. -- _______? I don’t care what she thinks at all. A. If so B. How come C. So what D. What if 11. It is reported that a new shopping mall will be built near ______ used to be a village. A. what B. where C. that D. which 12. An Olympic Marathon is 26 miles and 385 yards, approximately ______ from Marathon to Athens. A. distance B. the distance of C. the distance D. a distance 13. _______, he does get annoyed with her sometimes. A. Although much he like her B. Much although he likes her C. As he likes her much D. Much as he likes her 14. Keeping a diary is the best way I think of ______ my youth.
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A. being recorded B. to record C. records D. recording 15. The man you referred to just now ______ be my cousin for he went abroad last year. A. can’t B. mustn’t C. shouldn’t D. wouldn’t 16. The present I have been looking forward to ______ a big surprise. A. being turning out B. is turned out C. turns out D. turning out 17. We look down upon girls who ______ a man for money instead of love. A. marry B. get married with C. marry with D. marry to 18. The boy does well in his studies ______ his poor family. A. regardless of B. despite of C. on account of D. due to 19. _______ it is to go camping in a place of great interest with our classmates! A. What a fun B. What fun C. How funny D. How fun 20. -- Learning a language takes time and patience. -- I totally agree. _______. There's no short cut but hard work. A. All roads lead to Rome B. Rome wasn't built in a day C. Practice makes perfect D. Slow but sure wins the race 第二节:完形填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 21~40 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中, 选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 In a Chinese modern dance competition on TV, one very unique couple won one of the top prizes. The lady, in her 30's, was a dancer who had 21 since she was a little girl. Later in life, she lost her entire left arm in an accident and fell into a state of 22 for a few years. Someone then asked her to coach a children's dancing group. From that point on, she realized that she could not 23 dancing. She still loved to dance and wanted to dance again. So, she started to do some of her old routines, but, having lost her arm, she had also lost her 24 . It took a while before she could even make simple turns and spins without 25 . Then a few months later she 26 a man in his 20s who had lost a leg in an accident. She was determined to find him and 27 him to dance with her. He had never danced, and to dance with one leg ... Are you 28 with me? No way! He said so. But, she didn't 29 , and he reluctantly agreed thinking, ―I have nothing else to do anyway.‖ She started to 30 him dancing. The two 31 a few times because he had no concept of using muscle, how to 32 his body, and knew none of the 33 things about dancing. When she became 34 and lost patience with him, he would walk out. 35 , they came back together and started training 36 . They hired an expert to 37 routines for them. She would fly high (held by him) with both arms (a sleeve for an arm) flying in the air. He could bend horizontally supported by one leg with her leaning on him, etc. In the competition, as you will see, they dance beautifully and they undoubtedly 38 the competition. When I watched this I didn't 39 realize that she was missing an arm 40 I was focusing on the guy with only one leg. Really quite amazing! 21. A. operated 22. A. relief 23. A. learn 24. A. chance 25. A. following B. played B. depression B. understand B. balance B. checking C. trained C. confusion C. forget C. advantage C. noticing D. competed D. recovery D. face D. promise D. falling

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26. A. heard of B. searched for C. came across D. waited for 27. A. require B. allow C. lead D. persuade 28. A. arguing B. joking C. discussing D. agreeing 29. A. carry on B. give up C. settle down D. set off 30. A. teach B. show C. leave D. watch 31. A. broke up B. gave in C. put off D. returned back 32. A. change B. present C. improve D. control 33. A. important B. interesting C. basic D. special 34. A. excited B. annoyed C. moved D. shocked 35. A. Unfortunately B. Eventually C. Generally D. Jokingly 36. A. seriously B. differently C. publicly D. gradually 37. A. discover B. arrange C. perform D. design 38. A. won B. defeated C. beat D. kept 39. A. still B. hardly C. nearly D. even 40. A. because B. if C. before D. though 第二部分:阅读理解(第一节 20 小题;第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分;满分 50 分) 第一节:阅读下列材料,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并 在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 A For hundreds of millions of years, turtles have struggled out of the sea to lay their eggs on sandy beaches, long before there were nature documentaries to celebrate them, or GPS satellites and marine biologists to track them, or volunteers to hand-carry the hatchlings (幼龟) down to the water’s edge in case they become lost by headlights and crawl towards a motel parking lot instead. A huge wall has been erected to protect their prime nesting on the Atlantic coastlines. With all that attention paid to them, you’d think these creatures would at least have the gratitude not to go extinct. But nature is indifferent to human notions of fairness, and a report by the Fish and Wildlife Service showed a worrisome drop in the populations of several species of North Atlantic turtles, especially loggerheads (红海龟), which can grow to as much as 400 pounds. The South Florida nesting population, the largest, has declined by 50% in the last decade, according to Elizabeth Griffin, a marine biologist with the environmental group Oceana. The figures urged Oceana to appeal to the government to upgrade the level of protection for the North Atlantic loggerheads from ―threatened‖ to ―endangered‖—meaning they are in danger of disappearing without additional help. Which raises the obvious question: what else do these turtles want from us, anyway? It turns out, according to Griffin, that while we have done a good job of protecting the turtles for the weeks they spend on land (as egg-laying females, as eggs and as hatchlings), we have neglected the years spend in the ocean. ―The threat is from commercial fishing,‖ says Griffin. Trawlers (which drag large nets through the water and along the ocean floor) and longline fishers (which can arrange thousands of hooks on lines that can stretch for miles) do great harm to turtles. Of course, like every other environmental issue today, this is playing out against the background of global warming and human interference with natural ecosystems. The narrow strips of beach on which the turtles lay their eggs are being squeezed on one side by development and on the other by the threat of rising sea levels as the oceans warm. Finally we must get a handle on those issues as well, or a creature that outlived the dinosaurs will meet its end at the hands of humans, leaving our children to wonder how creature so ugly could have won so much affection.
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41. We can learn from the first paragraph that ________. A. human activities have changed the way turtles survive B. efforts have been made to protect turtles from dying out C. government bureaucracy has contributed to turtles’ extinction D. marine biologists are looking for the secret of turtles’ reproduction 42. The underlined sentence in paragraph 2 means that ________ A. nature is quite fair regarding the survival of turtles. B. turtles are by nature indifferent to human activities. C. the course of nature will not be changed by human interference. D. the turtle population has decreased in spite of human protection. 43. ________ is a major threat to the survival of turtles according to Elizabeth Griffin? A. Their inadequate food supply B. Unregulated commercial fishing C. Their lower reproductively ability D. Pollution of sea water 44. How does global warming affect the survival of turtles? ________ A. It threatens the sandy beaches on which they lay eggs. B. The changing climate makes it difficult for their eggs to hatch. C. The rising sea levels make it harder for their hatchlings to grow. D. It takes them longer to adapt to the high beach temperature. 45. The last sentence of the passage is meant to ________. A. persuade human beings to show more affection for turtles B. stress that even the most ugly species should be protected C. call for effective measures to ensure sea turtles’ survival D. warn our descendants about the extinction of species B Tayka Hotel de Sal Where: Tahua, Bolivia How much: About $95 a night Why it’s cool: You’ve stayed at hotels made of brick or wood, but salt? That’s something few can claim. Tayka Hotel de Sal is made totally of salt – including the beds (though you’ll sleep on regular mattresses and blankets). The hotel sits on the Salar de Uyuni, a prehistoric dried-up lake which is the world’s biggest salt flat. Builders use the salt from the 4,633-quare-mile flat to make the bricks, and glue them together with a paste of wet salt that hardens when it dries. When rain starts to dissolve the hotel, the owners just mix up more salt paste to strengthen the bricks. Green Magic Nature Resort Where: Vythiri, India How much: About $240 a night Why it’s cool: Taking a pulley (滑轮) –operated lift 86 feet to your treetop room is just the start of your adventure. As you look out of your open window – there is no glass! – you watch monkeys and birds in the rain forest canopy (罩棚). Later you might test your fear of heights by crossing the handmade rope bridge to the main part of the hotel, or just sit on your bamboo bed and read. You don’t even have to come down for breakfast – the hotel will send it up on the pulley-drawn ―elevator‖. Dog Bark Park Inn B&B Where: Cottonwood, Idaho How much: $92 a night Why it’s cool: This doghouse isn’t just for the family pet. Sweet Willy is a 30-foot-tall dog with
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guest rooms in his belly. Climb the wooden stairs beside his hind leg to enter the door in his side. You can relax in the main bedroom, go up a few steps of the loft in Willy’s head, or hang out inside his nose. Although you have a full private bathroom in your quarters, there is also a toilet in the 12-foot-tall fire hydrant (消防栓) outside. Gamirasu Cave Hotel Where: Ayvali, Turkey How much: Between $130 and $475 a night Why it’s cool: This is caveman cool! Experience what it was like 5,000 years ago, when people lived in these mountain caves formed by volcanic ash. But your stay will be much more modern. Bathrooms and electricity provide what you expect from a modern hotel, and the white volcanic ash, called tufa, keeps the rooms cool, about 65℉ in summer. (Don’t worry—there is heat in winter.) Treebones Resort Where: California, America How much: $100 a night Why it’s cool: You can sleep in a ―room‖ any night, but how often do you get the chance to sleep in a yurt. What’s a yurt? Good question. Yurts are the name given to guest rooms at the Treebones Resort. These spaces provide all of the accessibility to nature you’d enjoy in a tent, but with all the comforts of a cabin. In one of 16 yurts, you will doze off while gazing at the stars that can be seen through a sky dome. 46. What do we know about Tayka Hotel de Sal? ________ A. It is located on a prehistoric lake. B. It must be protected against the rain. C. Everything in the hotel is made of salt. D. You have to cross a rope bridge to the hotel. 47. ________ is the similarity of the five hotels. A. Being expensive B. Being comfortable C. Being natural D. Being unique 48. The underlined words ―Sweet Willy‖ refer to ________. A. the name of the hotel B. the name of the hotel owner C. the building of Dog Bark Park Inn B&B D. the name of a pet dog of the hotel owner 49. ________ makes you have a feeling of living in the far past. A. Tayka Hotel de Sal B. Green Magic Nature Resort C. Dog Bark Park Inn B&B D. Gramirasu Cave Hotel 50. The main purpose of the text is ________. A. to show his wide knowledge B. to give us some advice on choosing hotels C. to develop business in tourism D. to introduce cute hotels to visitors C What picture do you have of the future? Will life in the future be better, worse or the same as now? What do you hope about the future? Futurologists predict that life will probably be very different in 2050 in all the fields of activity. First of all, it seems that TV channels will have disappeared by 2050. Instead, people will choose a programme from a ―menu‖ and a computer will send the programme directly to the television. By 2050, music, films, programmes, newspapers and books will come to us by computer. Then, ―Holographic Feedback TV‖ will have arrived: holograms (全息图) are pictures that have height, width and depth. By 2050, we will be able to see, smell and touch the things that we
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see on television. Water will have become one of our most serious problems. In many places, agriculture is changing and they are growing fruit and vegetables to export. This uses a lot of water. Demand for water will increase ten times between now and 2050 and there could be serious shortages. In transport, cars will run on new, clean fuels and they will go very fast. Cars will have computers to control the speed and there won't be any accidents. By 2050, the computer will drive the car to your destination. On the other hand, space planes will take people halfway around the world in two hours. As for technology, robots will have replaced people in factories. Many factories already use robots. Big companies prefer robots -- they do not ask for pay rises or go on strike, and they work 24 hours a day. By 2050, we will see robots everywhere -- in factories, schools, offices, hospitals, shops and homes. Last but not least, medicine technology will have conquered many diseases. Today, there are electronic devices that connect directly to the brain to help people hear. By 2050, we will be able to help blind and deaf people see again and hear again. Scientists will be able to produce clones of people and decide how they look, how they behave and how much intelligence they have. Scientists will be able to do these things – but should they? 51. What may happen in the field of entertainment in the future? ________ A. What to broadcast on TV is decided by yourself. B. A computer may choose TV programmes for you. C. You may choose the channels from the menu in a computer. D. The programme made by yourself may be sent to TV. 52. The writer wants to tell us in paragraph 4 that ________. A. fruits will be more and more expensive. B. people will be short of supplies of vegetables. C. planting will need much less water in the future. D. we should take measures to save water from now on. 53. ________ makes it safer to drive in the future? A. Good traffic condition C. The role played by computers A. The future world will be controlled by robots. B. People won’t be blind or deaf in the future. C. Fewer and fewer workers are needed in the future in factories. D. Scientists have the right to clone people of different kinds. 55. Why do some companies prefer robots to human workers in the future? ________ A. Robots don’t demand pay rises as frequently as human workers. B. Robots can work all day without a rest. C. Human workers are not strong enough. D. Human workers are often late for work. D I cheated on a unit test in math class this morning during second period with Mr. Burke. Afterward, I was too sick to eat lunch just thinking about it. I came straight home from school, went to my room, and lay on the floor trying to decide whether it would be better to run away from home now or after supper. Mostly I wished I was
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B. A good knowledge of driving skill D. The use of new fuel in cars

54. Which of the following is TRUE according to the text? ________

dead. It wasn't even an accident that I cheated. Yesterday Mr. Burke announced there'd be a unit test and anyone who didn't pass would have to come to school on Saturday, most particularly me, since I didn't pass the last unit test. But I did plan to study just to prove to him that I'm plenty smart—which I am mostly—except in math. Anyway, I got my desk ready to study on. Just when I was ready to work, Nicho came into my room with our new rabbit and it jumped on my desk and knocked over my flashcards. I yelled for my mother to come and help me pick them up, but Carlotta was crying as usual and Mother said I was old enough to help myself. So Nicho and I took the rabbit outside but then Philip came to my room and also Marty from next door and before long it was dinner. It was nine o'clock when I got up to my room and that was too late to study for the unit test so I lay in my bed with the light off and decided what I would do the next day. So, you see, the cheating was planned after all. The next day I went into class as usual, acting like things were going just great. I sat down next to Plummer—he is so smart in math—and from time to time, I glanced over at his paper to copy the answers. Everything was ok except that my stomach was upside down and I wanted to die. The fact is, I couldn't believe what I'd done in cold blood. I began to wonder about myself. I've never been a wonderful kid that everybody in the world loves. I have a bad temper and I like to have my own way and I argue a lot. Sometimes I can be mean. But most of the time I've thought of myself as a pretty decent kid. Mostly I work hard, I care for little kids, and I tell the truth. Now all of a sudden I've turned into this criminal. And all because of one stupid math test. Lying on the floor of my room, I begin to think that probably I've been bad all along. It just took this math test to fix it. I'll probably never tell the truth again. I tell my mother I'm sick when she calls me to come down for dinner. She doesn't believe me, but puts me to bed anyhow. I lie there in the early winter darkness wondering what terrible thing I'll be doing next when my father comes in and sits down on my bed. ―What's the matter?‖ he asks. ―I've got a stomachache,‖ I say. Luckily, it's too dark to see his face. ―Is that all?‖ ―Yeah.‖ ―Mommy says you've been in your room since school. She thinks something happened today and you're upset.‖ That's the thing that really drives me crazy about my mother. She knows things sitting inside my head same as if I was turned inside out. ―I was sick there too.‖ I said ―Well,‖ my father says. I can tell he doesn't believe me. ―My stomach is feeling sort of upset.‖ I said. ―Ok,‖ he says and he pats my leg and gets up. Just as he shuts the door to my room I call out to him in a voice I don't even recognize as my own. ―How come?‖ he calls back not surprised or anything. So I tell him I cheated on this math test. To tell the truth, I'm pretty much surprised at myself. I didn't plan to tell him anything. He doesn't say anything at first and that just about kills me. I'd be fine if he'd scold me or something. And then he says Mr. Burke should come. It's not what I have in mind. ―Now?‖ I ask. ―Now,‖ he says. He turns on the light and pulls off my covers. "I'm not going to," I say. But I do it. I call Mr. Burke, probably waking him up, and I tell him exactly what happened, even that I decided to cheat the night before the test. He says I'll come on Saturday to take another test, which is ok with me, and I thank him a whole lot for being understanding and all. ―Today I thought I was turning into a criminal,‖ I tell my father when he turns out my light. Sometimes my father kisses me good night and sometimes he doesn't. I never know. But tonight he does. 56. After the author cheated on the math test, he was ________. A. frightened because he might be caught B. excited that he had succeeded C. pleased that nobody knew it D. unhappy because he had done something
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wrong 57. Before the cheating, the author thought that ________. A. he was a boy that everyone loved B. he was a bad boy in everything C. he was a decent child but not perfect D. he always did what he was told 58. The author thought his mother often drove him crazy because ________. A. she always knew what he was thinking B. she was very strict with him C. she didn’t care for him actually D. she always told him to look after himself 59. After the author told his father what he had done, the father ________. A. scolded him severely ` B. didn’t say anything and left C. called Mr. Burke immediately D. let him make a call to Mr. Burke 60. The father kissed the author good night because ________. A. he had done something unusual B. he promised to study math harder C. he was willing to take a make-up test D. he realized his mistake and had the courage to admit it 第二节:下面文章中有 5 处(第 61-65 题)需要添加小标题。请从以下选项中选出符合各段 意思的小标题,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是多余的。 A. Act B. Accept Yourself C. Maintain a Diary D. Reflect on the Past E. Focus on Yourself F. Give Yourself a Break How to Find Yourself Do you often feel lost? Do you think you are living somebody else’s life? If yes, discover ways to find yourself by going through the following article. 61. ______ If you are thinking, ―how to find yourself when you are lost?‖ then the first thing to do is to have a rest from everything—work, personal life and all worldly things. Give time to yourself to think why you seem lost. Is it because of overwork? Is it because you are not leading a life that you want to? Or is it because you are not satisfied with the people around you? Try to find answers to these questions to determine the cause behind your restlessness. 62. ______ For once, instead of being the way others want you to be, be yourself. Look within and find yourself in you. Think about the things that you would want to do if you didn’t have any family duties or any money issues. Think about the kind of relationship you would want to be in, the place that you would like to stay in, the kind of lifestyle you would like to lead, if you didn’t have the society or people around you, judging all the time. If you really want to know how to find inner peace, then think, what you would want others to describe you as—an honest person? Or adventurous? Or loving, or realistic? Once you look within, you will know the answer and then try to be exactly that. 63. ______ Thinking deeply about the past, the time or situation when you were the happiest, is another way to find yourself. Think what you were doing or with whom you were, when you were the happiest. This will help you to identify things that you want to do in life that make you happy
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and also certain people whose company you enjoy. 64. ______ Knowing yourself and determining what you want to do with life, will not come to you in a day or two. Discovering oneself is an ongoing process and it can take months or sometimes even years to truly find yourself. So, it’s important that you maintain a written record of all your feelings and thoughts, which you can go through at a later stage. Pour all your emotions and feelings about life in it and who knows may be one day going through it, you will find yourself. 65. ______ Once you have discovered what you want to do with your life, make a move for change and self improvement. Even if it means taking up small things such as dancing or painting, go ahead and do it. If you want a career change, plan and take steps so that it can take place smoothly. If you are stuck in a bad relationship and find yourself unable to mend it, break away. At the beginning, you may find yourself slightly unbalanced, but with time everything will be fine. It is very important for you to truly find yourself, before it is too late. If you do not find yourself now, you will spend your life with somebody you do not even know, i.e. yourself.

非选择题部分(共 40 分)
第三部分:写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧) ,并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改仅限一词; 2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 例如: It was very nice to get invitation to spend ∧ weekend with you.Luckily the I was completely free then, so I’ll ﹨ to say ―yes‖.I’ll arrive in Bristol at am around 8 pm in Friday evening. on I have a very terrible experience this afternoon. I saw a boy at a bus stop when I was on my way to home. Though I saw him from behind, but I was sure he was a friend of me whom I hadn’t seen for a long time. I gave him a tap on the shoulders with my umbrella and shouted to him at a same time. He turned round, completely taking by surprise. Unfortunately, he was not my friend but a complete stranger. I was terribly embarrassing, for I didn’t know how explain to him. I could only say in a low voice, ―I’m so sorry.‖ After that I walked away as quickly as possibly. 第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 假设你是李明, 请你就本校食堂的状况写一封字数在 120 左右的信, 内容应涉及食堂的 饭菜质量、价格、环境、服务等,可以是表扬,也可以是批评建议,也可以兼而有之。 注意:信的开头和结尾已经给出(不计词数) 。 Dear Mr. President, I am very honored to study in this school which has a good fame in our province.
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___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ Best wishes. Yours sincerely, Li Ming

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