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銆銆Part鈪 Listening Comprehension(30 marks)

銆銆Section A (22.5 marks)

銆銆Directions: In this section, you will hear six conversations between two speakers. For each conversation, there are several questions and each question is followed by three choices marked A, B and C. Listen carefully and then choose the best answer for each question.

銆銆You will hear each conversation TWICE.

銆銆Example:

銆銆When will the magazine probably arrive?

銆銆A. Wednesday B. Thursday C. Friday

銆銆The answer is B.

銆銆Conversation 1

銆銆1. When does the woman finish work?

銆銆A. At 6:00 B.At 7:00 C.At 8:00

銆銆2. What is the man going to do tonight?

銆銆A. See his parents B. Watch a new movie C. Go for an appointment

銆銆Conversation 2

銆銆3. Where does the man play tennis?

銆銆A. At the university B. At the club C. At the community center

銆銆4. How often does the woman swim?

銆銆A. Once a week B. Three times a week C. Five times a week

銆銆Conversation 3

銆銆5. What is the man doing?

銆銆A. Getting dressed B. Having an interview C. Celebrating a birthday

銆銆6. What is the probable relationship between the two speakers?

銆銆A. Parent and child B. Husband and wife C. Customer and saleswoman

銆銆Conversation 4

銆銆7. Why did the man come back late ?

銆銆A. He went to the bar.

銆銆B. He met his teacher.

銆銆C. He played basketball.

銆銆8. What did the woman do this morning?

銆銆A. She took a physics test. B. She had a meeting C. She held a party

銆銆9. What will the woman probably do after the conversation?

銆銆A. See her friends B. Go to the school C. Prepare dinner

銆銆Conversation 5

銆銆10. Where did the woman grow up?

銆銆A. In Switzerland. B.In the UK. C. In France.

銆銆11. Which of the following does the woman like best about Weybridge?

銆銆A. Its scenery B. Its people C.Its facilities

銆銆12. What does the man do?

銆銆A.A teacher B.A host C.A tour guide

銆銆Conversation 6

銆銆13. Why is the woman upset?

銆銆A. The man didn’t apologize

銆銆B. The man didn’t turn up.

銆銆C. The man didn’t call.

銆銆14. Who is the man speaking to?

銆銆A. A waitress. B.A professor C.A doctor

銆銆15. When will the two speakers see each other?

銆銆A. On Tuesday B. On Thursday C. On Friday

銆銆Section B(7.5 marks)

銆銆Directions: In this section, you will hear a short passage. listen carefully and then fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Fill in each blank with NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS.

銆銆You will hear the short passage TWICE

School Library

Locations

And resources

·1stfloor : 80,000 books

·2nd floor: 16 ___ kinds of newspapers and magazines

Rules

·Books for lending can be kept for a 17 _____by full-time students.

· 18 _ books, newspapers and magazines can never be taken out.

Opening time

·All day long

·All year round except Christmas Day and 19 _______

Access

·By 20 ______

銆銆Part 鈪 Language Knowledge (45 marks)

銆銆Section A (15 marks)

銆銆Directions: For each of the following unfinished sentences there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that best completes the sentence.

銆銆Example: -'

銆銆The wild flowers looked like a soft orange blanket _ the desert.

銆銆A. covering B. covered C. cover D, to cover

銆銆The answer is A.

銆銆21. We’ve had a good start, but next, more work needs _____to achieve the final success.

銆銆A. being done B. do C. to be done D. to do

銆銆22. Don’t worry. The hard work that you do now ______later in life.

銆銆A. will be repaid B. was being repaid C. has been repaid D. was repaid

銆銆23. Time, ________ correctly, is money in the bank.

銆銆A. to use B. used C. using D. use

銆銆24. Bicycling is good exercise; _______, it does not pollute the air.

銆銆A. nevertheless B. besides C. otherwise D. therefore

銆銆25. Close the door of fear behind you, and you _____ the door of faith open before you.

銆銆A. saw B. have seen C. will see D. are seeing

銆銆26. Everyone in the village is very friendly. It doesn’t matter ____you have lived there for a short or a long time.

銆銆A. why B. how C. whether D. when

銆銆27. "The moment _____soon," he thought to himself, waiting nervously.

銆銆A. came B. has tome C. was coming D. is coming

銆銆28. _____I always felt I would pass the exam, I never thought I would get an A.

銆銆A. While B. Once C. If D. Until

銆銆29. Sorry, I am too busy now. If I _____ time, I would certainly go for an outing with you.

銆銆A. have had B. had had C. have D. had

銆銆30. It was not until I came here _____I realized this place was famous for not only its beauty but also its weather.

銆銆A. who B. that C. where D. before

銆銆31. The lecture, _____at 7:00 pm laze night, was followed by an observation of the moon with telescopes.

銆銆A. starting B. being started C. to start D. to be started

銆銆32. hard you try, it is difficult to lose weight without cutting down the amount you eat.

銆銆A. However B. Whatever C. Whichever D. Whenever

銆銆33. -I remember you were a talented pianist at college. Can you play the piano for me?

銆銆- Sorry, I the piano for years.

銆銆A. don't play B. wasn't playing C. haven't played D. hadn't played

銆銆34. Care of the soul is a gradual process _____even the small details of life should be considered.

銆銆A. what B. in what C. which D. in which

銆銆35. All the scientific evidence that increasing use of chemicals in farming damaging our health.

銆銆A. show; are B. shows; are C. show; is D. shows; is

銆銆Part 鈪

銆銆Section B (18 marks)

銆銆Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A锛 B锛 C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context.

銆銆"What's it like to have a gap between your teeth?" a girl asked me one day.

銆銆Nobody had ever _. 36 _ before. My hand unconsciously rose to cover my mouth. But, as she looked at me, sincerely waiting for__ 37__, 1 realized she was not trying to be rude. "I never think about it," I truthfully replied. She nodded and turned away. I was left wondering if people _38__ me and saw only gappy teeth.

銆銆Later that day at home, I began to __39 __ my teeth again. I felt upset. I thought my life would be somehow better if my teeth were not gappy. How I wanted the perfect teeth that everyone else seemed to have!

銆銆Of course, Mom 40 everything . She has lived her entire life with gappy teeth, and tried to convince me that there was nothing to __41__. When I refused to listen, she told me I could get the surgery to close the gap if it was that important. "Let's be 42__, though," she said. "If everyone got surgeries to become pretty, everyone would be exactly the same. There is beauty in differences."

銆銆Her __43__ made me consider my teeth seriously. The thought of losing my gap was more terrible than the reality that people were going to notice it. I realized how important it was to me. It is part of my 44 _.

銆銆Nowadays many people do ridiculous things to realize their dream of "perfection." The__45_ is that no one is perfect. When all potential for ugliness is removed, so is all of the potential for 46__.

銆銆So if that girl ever asked about my teeth 47___, I would truthfully answer. "You know? It's really cute."

銆銆36. A. faced B. guessed C. asked D. imagined

銆銆37. A. an offer B. an answer C. a suggestion D. a result

銆銆38. A heard of B. thought of C. talked about D. looked at

銆銆39. A. consider B. brush C. cover D. appreciate

銆銆40. A. admitted B. noticed C. controlled D. changed

銆銆41. A. worry about B. put off C. give up D. wipe out

銆銆42. A. friendly B. lovely C. honest D. helpful

銆銆43. A. words B. jokes C. dreams D. acts

銆銆44. A. ability B. decision C. goal D. identity

銆銆45. A. possibility B. purpose C. truth D. choice

銆銆46. A. courage B. wisdom C. kindness D. beauty

銆銆47. A. once B. again C. too D. instead

銆銆Section C (12 marks)

銆銆Directions: Complete the following passage by filling in each blank with one word that best fits the context.

銆銆Keeping in touch with our friends is an important part of friendship. This does not mean that __48__ have to write or call our friends every day. It does mean, however, that we __49__ care enough about our friends to find out how they are doing from time to time.

銆銆People have different habits about keeping in touch with others. Some like to call their friends, sometimes many times __50__ day. Others prefer to e-mail their friends. Still __51__ prefer writing letters so that they can include photos or interesting articles __52__ the envelopes along with their letters. Some even write postcards while they are on vacation __53__ send them to friends.

銆銆Every kind of communication is important. It is __54__ important what kind of call we make or letter we send. __55__ is important is that we let others know we care about them.

銆銆Part 鈪 Reading Comprehension (30 marks)

銆銆Directions: Read the following three passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished .statements For each of them there are four chokes marked A. B. C and D. Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage.

銆銆A.

銆銆What makes a gift special? Is it the price you see on the gift receipt? Or is it the look on the recipient's face when they receive it that determines the true value? What gift is worth the most?

銆銆This Christmas I was debating what to give my father. My dad is a hard person to buy for because he never wants anything. I pulled out my phone to read a text message from my mom saying that we were leaving for Christmas shopping for him when I came across a message on my phone that I had locked. The message was from my father. My eyes fell on a photo of a flower taken in Wyoming. and underneath a poem by William Blake. The flower, a lone dandelion standing against the bright blue sky, inspired me. My dad had been reciting those words to me since I was a kid. That may even be the reason why I love writing. I decided that those words would be my gift to my father.

銆銆I called back. I told my mom to go without me and that I already created my gift. I sent the photo of the cream-colored flower to my computer and typed the poem on top of it. As I was arranging the details another poem came to mind. The poem was written by Edgar Allan Poe; my dad recited it as much as he did the other. I typed that out as well and searched online for a background to the words of it. The poem was focused around dreaming, and after searching I found the perfect picture. The image was painted with blues and greens and purples, twisting together to create the theme and wonder of a dream. As I watched both poems passing through the printer, the white paper coloring with words that shaped my childhood. I felt that this was a gift that my father would truly appreciate.

銆銆Christmas soon arrived. The minute I saw the look on my dad's face as he unwrapped those swirling black letters carefully placed in a cheap frame, I knew I had given the perfect gift.

銆銆56. The idea for a special gift began to form when the author was______.

銆銆A. doing shopping B. having a debate

銆銆C. reading a message D. leaving for Wyoming

銆銆57. The author's inspiration for the gift came from_____.

銆銆A. a photo of a flower B. a story about a kid

銆銆C. a call from the mother D. a text about Christmas

銆銆58. The underlined word "it" in Paragraph 3 refers to a poem by_____.

銆銆A. the father B. the author

銆銆C. William Blake D. Edgar Allan Poe

銆銆59. The author made the gift by_____.

銆銆A. searching for the poems online B. drawing the background by hand

銆銆C. painting the letters in three colors D. matching the words with pictures

銆銆60. What is the main purpose of the passage?

銆銆A. To show how to design images for gifts.

銆銆B. To suggest making gifts from one's heart.

銆銆C. To explain how computers help create gifts.

銆銆D. To describe the gifts the author has received

銆銆B.

銆銆Still seeking a destination for your weekend break? There are some places which are

銆銆probably a mere walk away from your college.

銆銆King's Art Centre

銆銆A day at the Centre could mean a visit to an exhibition of the work of one of the most

銆銆interesting contemporary artists on show anywhere. This weekend tees the opening of an exhibition of four local artists.

銆銆You could attend a class teaching you how to 'learn from the masters' or get more creative with paint ---- free of charge.

銆銆The Centre also runs two life drawing classes for which there is a small fee.

銆銆The Botanic Garden

銆銆The Garden has over 8,000 plant species; it holds the research and teaching collection of living plants for Cambridge University.

銆銆The multi-branched Torch Aloe here is impressive. The African plant produces red flowers above blue-green leaves, and is not one to miss.

銆銆Get to the display house to see Dionaea muscipula, a plant more commonly known as the Venus Flytrap that feeds on insects and other small animals.

銆銆The Garden is also a place for wildlife-enthusiasts. Look for grass snakes in the lake. A snake called 'Hissing Sid' is regularly seen lying in the heat of the warm sun.

銆銆Byron's Pool

銆銆Many stories surround Lord Byron's time as a student of Cambridge University, Arriving in 1805, he wrote a letter complaining that it was a place of "mess and drunkenness". However, it seems as though Byron did manage to pass the time pleasantly enough. I'm not just talking about the pet bear he kept in his roans. He spent a great deal of time walking in the village.

銆銆It is also said that on occasion Byron swam naked by moonlight in the lake, which is now known as Byron's Pool. A couple of miles past Grantchester in the south Cambridgeshire countryside, the pool is surrounded by beautiful circular paths around the fields. The cries of invisible birds make the trip a lovely experience and on the way home you can drop into the village for afternoon tea. If you don't trust me, then perhaps you’ll take it from Virginia Woolf- ----over a century after Byron, she reportedly took a trip to swim in the same pool.

銆銆61. As mentioned in the passage, there is a small charge for_____.

銆銆A. attending the masters' class B. working with local artists

銆銆C. learning life drawing D. seeing an exhibition

銆銆62. "Torch Aloe" and "Venus Flytrap" are_____.

銆銆A. common insects B. impressive plants

銆銆C. rarely-seen snakes D. wildlife-enthusiasts

銆銆63. We can infer from the passage that Byron seemed_____.

銆銆A. to fear pet bears B. to like walking

銆銆C. to be a heavy drinker D. to finish university in 1805

銆銆64. In the passage Byron's Pool is described as a lake_____.

銆銆.A. surrounded by fields B. owned by Lord Byron

銆銆C. located in Grantchester D. discovered by Virginia Woolf

銆銆65. What is the passage mainly about?

銆銆A. Some places for weekend break B. A way to become creative in art.

銆銆C. The colourful life in the countryside. D. Unknown stories of Cambridge University.

銆銆C.

銆銆Harvard researchers have created a tough, low-cost, biodegradable (鍙敓鐗╅檷瑙g殑) material inspired by insects' hard outer shells. The material's inventors say it has a number of possible uses and someday could provide a more environmentally friendly alternative to plastic. The material, made from shrimp ('铏) shells and proteins produced from silk, is called "shrilk." It is thin, clear, flexible and strong.

銆銆A major benefit of the material is its biodegradability. Plastic's toughness and flexibility represented a revolution in materials science during the 1950s and '60s. Decades later, however, plastic's very durability (鑰愮敤鎬) is raising questions about how appropriate it is for one-time products such as plastic bags, or short-lived consumer goods, used in the home for a few years and then cast into a landfill where they will degrade for centuries. What is the point of making something that lasts 1,000 years?

銆銆Shrilk not only will degrade in a landfill, but its basic components are used as fertilizer(鑲ユ枡), and so will enrich the soil.

銆銆Shrilk has great potential, the inventors said. Materials from which it is made are plentiful in nature, found in everything ranging from shrimp shells, insect bodies to living plants. That makes shrilk low cost, and its mass production possible should it be used for products demanding a lot of material.

銆銆Work on shrilk is continuing in the lab. The inventors said the material becomes flexible when wet, so they're exploring ways to use it in wet environments. They're also developing simpler production processes, which could be used for non-medical products, like for computer cases and other products inside the home. They're even exploring combining it with other materials, like carbon fibers, to give it new properties.

銆銆66. Paragraph I of the passage is mainly about shritk's_____.

銆銆A. remarkable design B. interesting name

銆銆C. major features D. basic elements

銆銆67. What has become a concern about plastic?

銆銆A. Using it properly. B. Producing it cheaply.

銆銆C. Developing its properties quickly. , D. Evaluating its contributions fairly.

銆銆68. According to the inventors, shrilk has great potential partly because_____.

銆銆A. it can help plastic degrade B. it can be found in living things

銆銆C. its mass production has been realized D. its raw materials are abundant in mature

銆銆69. What are the inventors doing in the lab?

銆銆A. Replacing carbon fibers with shrilk.

銆銆B. Testing ahrilk's use in wet conditions.

銆銆C. Making shrilk out of used household goods.

銆銆D. Improving shrilk's flexibility for medical purposes.

銆銆70. Which of the following can be the best title for the passage?

銆銆A. Recent Progress in Environmental Protection

銆銆B. Benefits of Insects in Scientific Research

銆銆C. The Harm of One-time Products

銆銆D. A Possible Alternative to Plastic

銆銆Part IV Writing (45 marks)

銆銆Section A (10 marks)

銆銆Directions: Read the following passage. Fill in the numbered blanks by using the information from the passage

銆銆Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

銆銆Since the earliest civilizations, people have controlled rivers to meet society's demands. Today, rivers are controlled for many reasons, primarily to maintain reliable water supplies for daily, agricultural and industrial needs, for power generation, for navigation (鑸), and to prevent flooding.

銆銆River control is achieved by channelization, a term that covers a range of river engineering works, including widening, deepening, straightening and stabilization of banks, and by the construction of dams.

銆銆An important period of channelization took place in Europe during the l9'th century, when many large rivers were straightened and their beds deepened. One of the most dramatically changed was the Tisza River, a branch of the Danube that flows through Hungary. The controlling of the Tisza, designed to reduce flooding and make land for agriculture, included cutting off more than 100 meanders (娌虫洸), shortening the river's length by nearly 400 kilometers.

銆銆One of the most common ways in which people control rivers is by damming them. The past 50 years or so has seen an increase in dam construction worldwide, and at the beginning of the 21st century, there were about 800,000 dams globally, some towering more than 200 meters in height.

銆銆Despite their successes, many dams also cause significant environmental changes that prove harmful. Some particularly deep reservoirs (姘村簱) can bring about earthquakes due to the stress on their bottom rocks caused by huge volumes of water. Downstream of a reservoir, the river is certainly influenced in many ways: water volume, speed and quality are all affected, leading to changes in the landscape and among plants and animals.

 

 

銆銆Section B (10 mark.)

銆銆Directions: Read the following passage. Answer the questions according to the information given in the passage.

銆銆A wise teacher once told me that every teenager needs to experience a not-so-fun first job from working at a grocery store to the fast food industry.

銆銆Now I still remember my first day at a fast food restaurant three years ago. I wanted to save up money and buy my own car, so I applied everywhere I could that summer. The restaurant called me right away and I thought to myself, this is going to be easy. Within four hours of my first shift (.杞彮)锛 I had angry customers who complained how slow I was. I watched in fear as a kid spilled his milk everywhere, and I heard the words that no 16-year-old boy or anyone for that matter wants to hear: "Mike, there's a problem in the men's bathroom and you might want gloves for this one." I realized right away that working at the restaurant was not going to be a picnic. The manager expected a clean environment and, particularly, fast service with a friendly smile.

銆銆Over three years later I still work at that restaurant whenever I go home during vacations. I love my co-workers there and all the customers know who I am. Every morning the same senior citizens come in and get their morning coffees. They chat with us workers and joke around. Our smiles have just as much to do with them making us a part of their everyday lives as the coffee does.

銆銆From my first job at the restaurant, I learned teamwork and devotion. I also learned staying positive no matter how rough things seem to get. I will forever carry the experience that I gained at the restaurant with me as I go forward in my life.

銆銆81. Why did the author apply everywhere that summer?

銆銆(No more than 12 words) (2 marks)

銆銆82.What did the manager particularly expect the workers to do?

銆銆(No more than 14 words) (3 marks)

銆銆83.Why does the author still work at the restaurant during vacations?

銆銆(No more than 13 words) (2 marks)

銆銆84. What did the author learn from his first job?

銆銆(No mom dm II words) (3 marks)

銆銆Section C (25 marks)

銆銆Directions: Write an English composition according to the instructions given below in Chinese.

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銆銆娉ㄦ剰锛

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銆銆绛旀锛

銆銆Part鈪:

銆銆1-5 ACCBA 6-10 BABCA 11-15 CBCBA

銆銆16: 90 17: month 18: Reference 19: New Year’s Day 20: ID card

銆銆Part 鈪:

銆銆21-25: CABBC 26-30: CDADB 31-35: AACDD

銆銆36-40: CBDAB 41-45: ACADC 46-47: DB

銆銆48. we 49. should 50. a 51. others 52. in 53. and

銆銆54. not 55. What

銆銆Part 鈪

銆銆56-60 CADDB 61-65 CBBAA 66-70 CADBD

銆銆Part 鈪

銆銆71. River Control 72. Reasons 73. supply 74. agriculture 75. flooding

銆銆76. deepening 77. stabilizing 78. shortening 79. dam construction 80. the environment

銆銆81. He wanted to save up money and buy his own car.

銆銆82. The manager particularly expected them to offer fast service with a friendly smile.

銆銆83. He loves his co-workers and all the customers know who he is.

銆銆84. He learned teamwork, devotion, and staying positive in rough situations.

銆銆浣滄枃(鐣)

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