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1. ---I'm sorry there's nothing we can do about it. --. A. Thanks anyway. B. No, thanks. C. Thanks a lot. D. Sure, thanks. 2. It is one of the funniest joke _ _ on the Internet so far this year. A. finding B. being found C. to find D. found 3. Animals do not “talk” with words. They use smells, sounds and movements to communicate with _ _ animal. A. any B. the other C. another D. each 4. ---Do you know if Terry will go camping this weekend? ---Terry? Never! She tents and fresh air. A. has hated B. hated C. will hate D. hates 5. ---Can you spare me a few minutes? ---OK,___ _ you make it short. A. now that B. incase C. so long as D. if only 6. ---You look rather tired today. --not to miss the 4:20 flight, I didn't dare to close my eyes. A. Reminding B. Reminded C. Being reminded D. Having reminded 7. ---Do you really hate Mary that much*? ---Yes, indeed. And I feel sorry for _ marries her. A. whoe ver B. whomever C. who D. whom 8. ---Helen, what's your plan for Saturday? ---Well, I've got nothing this weekend. A. with B. in C. down D. on 9. So much of interest that most visitors regret not having time to it all. A. offers Chongqing B. Chongqing offers C. does Chongqing offer D. Chongqing does offer 10. ---We could have walked to the restaurant; it was so close. ---Yes. A taxi _ at al l necessary.


A. won't be B. hadn't been C. wouldn't be D. wasn't 11. My roommate asked me to go for walk but I don't think I've got energy. A. a; 不填 B. the; the C. 不填; the D. a; the 12. ---Did you watch the football match yesterday? ---Yes, I did. You know, my boyfriend in the match. A. is playing B. was playing C. has played D. had played 13. There were only as ten years ago on the hill. A. a third as many trees B. as a third many trees C. one third trees as many D. as one third trees 14. ---There are aliens living on the back of the moon. ---Oh, ! You know that's not possible at all. A. don't mention it B. come on C. I couldn't agree more D. that's an interesting poi nt 15. ---Where is my dictionary? I remember I put it here yesterday. ---You it in the wrong place. A. must put B. should have put C. might have put D. may put 第二节完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 请阅读下面短文,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,并在答题卡上将该选项的标号涂黑。 A I was blind, but l was ashamed of it if it was known. One evening,1 was walking to a bus stop, and as usual I ran into something, “I'm awfully sorry ,”I said and stepped 16 only to run into it again. When it happened a third time, I 17 I had been apologizing to a lamppost. This was just one of the 18 things that constantly happened to me. So I carried on and found the bus stop, which was a 19 stop, where the bus wouldn't stop unless passengers wanted to get on or off. No one else was there and I had to try to 20 if the bus had arrived. Generally in this situation, because I 21 showing I was blind by asking for help, I tried to guess at the 22 . Sometimes I would stop a big lorry and stand there feeling stupid as it drew away. In the end, usually managed to swallow my 23 and ask someone at the stop for help.


But on this particular evening no one 24 meat the stop. It seemed that everyone had 25 decided not to travel by bus. Of course I heard plenty of buses pass,_ _26 I thought I did. But because I had given up stopping them 27 making a fool of myself, I let them all go by. I stood there alone for half an hour without stopping one. Then I gave up. I decided to walk on to the next stop. 16. A. back 17. A. realized admitted 18. A. curious foolis 19. A. help disability 2 0. A. remember question 21. A. disliked regretted 22. A. sign distance 23. A. bitterness sorrow 24. A. observed liked 25. A. eagerly nervously 26. A. otherwise once 27. A. in case of regardless of B. forward B. suggested B. tiresome B. night B. check B. missed B. sound B. courage B. received B. suddenly B. or B. for fear of C. aside C. agreed C. interesting C. request C. guess C. appreciated C. smell C. pride C. joined C. naturally C. unless C. in terms of D. out D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D.

B Americans value competition. They believe that competition 28 out the best in any individual. They claim that it challenges or even 29 each person to produce the very best that is humanly possible. 30 , the foreign visitor will see competition encouraged in the American home and in the American classroom, 31 at the youngest age levels. You may find the 32


placed on competition confusing, especially if you come from a society that promotes cooperation 33 competition among individuals. But Americans teaching in the Third World countries find the lack of competition in a classroom situation equally 34 , They soon learn that what they had thought to be one of the universal human qualities _35 _only a particularly American or Western value. 28. A. carries comes 29. A. forces teaches 30. A. Particularly Accidentally 31. A. even already 32. A. thoughts value 33. A. together w ith along wit h 34. A. puzzling discouraging 35. A. encouraged produced B. brings B. causes B. Occasionally B. still B. interest B. rather than B. unacceptable B. respected C. picks C. leads C. Consequently C. only C. attitude C. in sp ite of C. unfortunate C. represented D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D.

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,并在答题卡上 将该项涂黑。 A One morning, Ann's neighbor Tracy found a lost dog wandering around the local elementary school. She asked Ann if she could keep an eye on the dog. Ann said that she could watch it only for the day. Tracy took photos of the dog and printed off400 FOUND fliers, and put them in mailboxes. Meanwhile, Ann went to the dollar store and bought som e pet supplies, warning her two sons not to fall in love with the dog. At the time, Ann's son Thomas was 10 years old, and Jack, who was recovering from a heart operation, was 21 years old. Four years later Ann was still looking after the dog, whom they had started to call Riley. When


she arrived home from work one day, the dog threw itself against the screen door and barked madly at her. As soon as she opened the door, Riley dashed into the boys' room where Ann found Jack suffering a heart attack. Riley ran over to Jack, but as soon as Ann bent over to help him the dog went silent. “I fit hadn't come to get me, the doctor said Jack would have died,” Ann reported to a local newspaper. At this point, no one had called to claim the dog, so Ann decided to keep it. The next morning Tracy got a call, A man named Peter recognized his lost dog and called the number on the flier. Tracy started crying, and told him, “That dog saved my friend's son.” Peter drove to Ann's house to pick up his dog, and saw Thomas and Jack crying in the window. After a few moments Peter said, “Maybe Odie was supposed to find you, maybe you should keep It.”

36. W hat did Tracy do after finding the dog? A. She looked for its owner. B. She gave it to Ann as a gift. C. She sold it to the dollar store. D. She bought some food for it. 37. How did the dog help save Jack? A. By opening the door for Arm. B. By leading Ann to Jack's room. C. By dragging Jack out of the room. D. By attending Jack when Ann was out. 38. What was Ann's attitude to the dog according to Paragraph 4cl A. Sympathetic B. Doubtful C. Tolerant D. Grateful 39. For what purpose did Peter call Tracy? A. To help her friend's son B. To see how the dog is doing C. To take back his dog D. To return the fliers to her B Rather than spend my senior year taking a lot of elective courses, I intended to get involved in a particular work-study project where I could volunteer my services at the local


hospital. It's the best decision I've ever made. As students, we aren't always able to understand information in our classes because we hardly ever see it applied in our everyday life. We are taught a new concept one day, and the next day we have no recollection of what the teacher was even talking about. Studies have shown that students become more knowledgeable through visual aids. If the learning pr ocess can be greatly improved by seeing concepts in the classroom, imagine the possibilities of absorbing new information by experiencing it in real-life situations, I know how precious that experience can be. I learned a lesson in faithfulness when I met Tommy, a father who has visited his comatose(昏 迷的) daughter in the hospital three times a week for the past 14 years, I came to appreciate my Spanish classes when I invited Antonio, a Hispanic American struggling to settle down here, to the chapel service(礼拜仪式) in the hospital. I came to value the strength of human contact when I held another patient's hand while a doctor made the examination. I also learned about the importance of choosing a career that I really like, for on many occasions, doctors told me, "Don't ever become a doctor; it's not worth all of the stress." I have seen time and time again the beneficial results of real-life experience. My high school gave me a firm foundation of education, but it was only through practice that I truly learned. All seniors in this school should be given the opportunities to volunteer at places that interest them. 40. The writer learned through the work-study program _ . A. the value of Spanish lessons B. the importance of eye contact C. we need to be honest with our families D. he should never become a doctor 41. The third paragraph is developed by _ . A. analyzing causes B. making comparisons C. examining differences D. listing examples 42. Which of the following would be a suitable title for the passage? A. Volunteering in Hospital B. Education through Application


C. Lessons Learned the Hard Way

D. Learning Happens Everywhere

43. What A. To B. To C. To D. To

might be the main purpose of the passage? promote work-study progra ms for students call for a reform in the educational system show us the disadvantages of school education find more volunteers for the local hospital

C There are toilet-paper arguments, and ongoing debates over money, kids and the television. And then there are the laundry wars. “My husband has this thing with laundry that drives me nuts,” says Amelia Zatik-Sawyer, a 28-year-old mother of two in Cleveland. “He's supposed to wash and I'm supposed to fold, but he does like ten loads at a time and then dumps it all on the bed. With two little kids, I don't have time to fold ten loads all at once, so I'll leave it. And then he'll come home and throw it into the closet so he can get into bed. And then it just goes out of control from there.” For many couples, spats are a necessary evil, something to put up with or avoid (for the sake of the kids!). But new research at the University of Michigan shows that letting out marital disagreements is actually good for your health. It's controlling your anger, especially when you feel you've been wronged, that's d angerous. A study published in January followed 192 married couples in Michigan from 1991 to 2011 and found that those who kept their anger in when unfairly attacked did not live as long as those who expressed their anger, says lead study author Ernest Harburg. “We're all interested in living longer,” says Harburg, who's studied the health effects of spousaI(夫妻的) quarrel for over 30 years. "We watch our diet, we exercise. Now we need to add ‘express anger constructively’ to that list." But high schools don't offer "Quarrel 101". So what are the nuts and bolts of a healthy fight? 44. Amelia is mad at her husband because _ .


A. he puts everything in the closet B. he is too lazy to do his fair share of housework C. he makes no efforts to make the bed D. his way of doing laundry causes her trouble 45. The underlined word "spats" refers to _ . A. fierce wars B. different characters C. unusual habits D. slight arguments 46. The recent study in Michigan suggests that . A. people are becoming more health-conscious B. husbands live longer than their angry housewives C. putting a lid on negative feelings affects your health D. people should learn how to control their emotions 47. What will the writer probably continue to write about? A. ways to avoid having quarrels with your spouse. B. how a couple can mana ge to live longer. . C. how to argue skillfully with your sweetheart. D. why there is health risks for self-silenced people.

D A survey said the average Asian dad spent one minute a day with his children. I was shocked. I mean, a whole minute? Every day? Once a week maybe. I am generalizing of course, but there's some truth in it. My mother knew the names of our teachers, best friends and crushes. My dad was only vaguely aware there were short people sharing the apartment. My mother bought healthy fresh food at the market every day. My dad would only go shopping when there was no thing in the fridge except a jar of butter. Then he'd buy beer. My mother knows the names and nicknames of all the children in our social circle. My dad would occasionally refer to "the fat one", "the one with the elephant ears" and 66the ugly one". The truth is, mother have superpowers. My son fell off a wall once and hurt himself all over. I demanded someone bring me a computer so I could google what to do. My wife ignored me and did some sort of chanting(咏诵) phrase such as "Mummy kiss it better," and cured 17 separate injuries


in less than 15 seconds. Yes, mothers are incredible people, but they are not always correct. Here are some famous slips of the tongue. The mother of Bill Gates: “If you're going to drop out of college and hang out with your stupid friends, don't come running to me when you find yourself _ .The mother of Albert Einstein: “When you grow up, you'll find that sitting around thinking about the nature of time and space won't pay the grocery bills.” The mother of Arnord Schwarzenegger(斯瓦辛格): “Put the dining table down, Arnie.” The mother of George W. Bush: “You'll never be like your dad, who became President of the United States and started his own war.” 48. What do we know about the writer's parents? . A. His mother is better at kids-related things. B. His mother has a larger social circle than his dad. C. His father is addicted to drinking beer. D. His father gave his friends funny nicknames. 49. Which of the following words is best suitable for the blank in Paragraph 3? A. helpless B. penniless C. friendless D. aimless 50. The writer intends to use this passage to . A. exhibit the great love of mothers B. explain why mothers have superpowers C. entertain people with some funny ideas D. praise the mothers of son';: celebrities 51. Which of the following best describes the tone of the writer? A. Objective B. Serious C. Funny D. Realistic

E Habits are a funny thing. We reach for them mindlessly, setting our brains on auto-pilot and relaxing into the unconscious comfort of familiar routine. “Not choice, but habit rules the unreflecting creatures,” William Wordsworth said in the 19th century. In the ever-changing 21st century, even the word “habit” carries a negative meaning. So it seems contradictory to talk about habits in the same context as innovation(创新). But brain researchers have discovered that when we consciously develop new habits, we create parallel paths, and even entirely new brain cells, that can jump our trains of thought onto


new, innovative tracks. Rather than dismissing ourselves as unchangeable creatures of habit, we can instead direct

our own change by consciously developing new habits. In fact, the more new things we try, the more creative we become. But don't bother trying to kill off old habits; once those ruts of procedure are worn into the brain, they're there to stay. Instead, the new habits we deliberately press into ourselves create parallel pathways that can bypass those old roads. “The first thing needed for innovation is attraction to wonder,” says Dawna Markova, author of The Open Mind. “But we are taught instead to ‘decide’, just as our president calls himself ‘the Decider’. ” She adds, however, that “to decide is to kill off all possibilities but one. A good innovational thinker is always exploring the many other possibilities.” The current emphasis on standardized testing highlights analysis and procedure, meaning that few of us use our innovative and collaborative (协同的) ways of thought. “This breaks the major rule in the American belief system-that anyone can do anything,” explains M. J. Ryan, author of the 2006 book This Year I Will. . .and Ms. Markova's business partner. “That's a lie that we have preserved, and it brings about commonness. Knowing what you're good at and doing even more of it creates excellence.” This is where developing new habits comes in. 52. Brain researchers have discovered that . A. the forming of new habits can be guided B. the development of habits can be predicted C. the disadvantages of old habits can be transformed D. the track of new habits can be created unconsciously 53. The underlined word "ruts" in Paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to . A. zones B. connections C. situations D. tracks 54. Which of the following statements most probably agrees with Dawna Markova's view? A. Decision makes no sense in choices. B. Curiosity makes cr eativ e minds active. C. Creative ideas are born of a relaxing mind. D. Formation of innovation comes from fantastic ideas,


55. The purpose of the author writing this article is to persuade us A. to give up our traditional habits deliberat ely B. to create and develop new habits consciously C. to resist the application of standardized testing D. to accept the major rule in the American belief system


第Ⅱ卷(共 35 分) 第三部分写作(共两节,满分 35 分) 写作一(满分 15 分) 请看下图,按要求用英文写作。 要求:1.请就下列图片反映出的问题发表你的感受; 2.有明确的观点; 3.词数不少于 60; 4.在答题卡上作答。

写作二(满分 20 分) b 假定你是新华中学的李华。不久前,在学校任教一年的外教 Sue 返回美国。请你根据 写 作要点和要求给 Sue 写封电子邮件。 要点:1.对她表达感谢之意; 2.介绍她离开后你自己及班里发生的事情; 3.希望了解她的近况。 要求:1.短文词数不少于 80 词(不含已写好的部分) ; 2.内容充实,结构完整,语意连贯:


3.书写须清晰、工整; 4.邮件中不能体现本人真实信息。 Dear Sue, I'm Li Hua, one of your students in Xinhua High school.

Yours sincerely, Li Hua


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