本试卷分选择题和非选择题两部分，共 12 页，满分 150 分。考试用时 130 分钟。
注意事项： 1. 答卷前，考生务必用黑色字迹的钢笔或签字笔将自己的校名、姓名、考号等相关信息填写 在答题卡指定区域内。 2. 选择题每小题选出答案后，用 2B 铅笔把
答题卡上对应题目选项的答案标号涂；如需改动， 用橡皮擦干净后，再选涂其他答案；不能答在试卷上。 3. 非选择题必须用黑色字迹钢笔或签字笔作答，答案必须写在答题卡各题目指定区域内相应 位置上；如需改动，先划掉原来的答案，然后再写上新的答案；不准使用铅笔和涂改液。 不按以上要求作答的答案无效。 4. 考生必须保持答题卡的整洁。
I. 听力部分 ( 每空 1 分，共 10 分) 听录音，将所听到的内容填入题号为 1-10 的空格处。听录音前,你将有 10 秒钟的阅题时 间。录音播放两遍。 （每空填 1-3 个单词） California has a wine history which stretches back to the 17 century when missionaries bought European wines imported by the conquistadors from Latin America. Today it’s Californian wine makers, some of (1)_________________________ in the world, constantly experimenting to push the boundaries of the quality ever higher. The main reason that California can make great wine at all is (2)_______________________: it has more than enough sunshine to
(3)________________________, but the cool fogs sucked in from the long pacific coast line temper all that heat to produce ideal conditions for building complexity of grapes and making subtle, (4)___________________ wines. The best wines tend to come from near the coast, from areas such as Napa and Sonoma, just north of the San Francisco. But the so-called central coast, north of Los Angeles, also pacific cool, is growing in stature and (5)____________________________. In Napa, they make dense fruit-driven wines. The best of them, Cabernet Sauvignon, high in both (6)_____________________________, and undoubtedly world-class. West across the mountains, Sonoma County has a more diverse array of wines including fine Zinfandel in Drycrik and Pinot Noirs from the cooler Russian river valleys and Sonoma coast. There are (7)_____________________ within California that boast of arts or arrays of grape varieties, but if there is one grape that California can call its own, it’s Zinfandel. It may have
originated in Croatia, and be the same as the southern italic Cupertino, but there’s no doubt that in current incarnation, it is California through and through. Zinfandel (8)____________________________ in many different ways with its extremes being a popular sweetish rosy style and a white Zinfandel at one on the scale, a powerful meaty-red with 16-percent or more about the alcohol of the other. But the best red versions (9)________________________ raspberry jam, black pepper styles to wild blackberry and five-spice, depending on (10)_______________________________ the grapes are grown and the treatment they receive in the winery. Californian wine makers are nothing if not versatile; the range of interpretation exemplifies the Californian wine maker philosophy of simply making the best wine they can. ks5u II. 语言知识及应用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节 完形填空（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，共 30 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从 11-25 各题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中，选出最佳 选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Table manners are about showing respect and politeness to others. If you don’t want people to think you are ____(11)____, please follow some basic table manners. You are invited to dinner. When you enter the dining room and the ____(12)____ says, “Please take a seat”, you may often ____(13)____, “Which seat?” At a Chinese-style dinner, the host takes the seat facing the ____(14)____. As the host is the center of attention, the seat to his left is ____(15)____ to the seat to his right. Usually, the most important guest is seated to the host’s left. At a Western-style dinner, however, the seat that faces the door is ____(16)____ for the most important guest. As for seating arrangements, in both situations, people from the host group should ____(17)____ alternately（交替地） with people from the guest group. Although many Chinese people see dinners as a perfect setting for ____(18)____, Westerners don’t always like talking at the table. Remember not to talk with your mouth ____(19)____. While someone is talking, you should look into his or her eyes and listen ____(20)____. Safe conversation ____(21)____ include food, the day’s activities and weather. “I can’t stand people who talk ____(22)____ into their phones,” people often ____(23)____. We’re tired of listening to painfully loud conversations in public. When your mobile phone rings in public, remember people are not even ____(24)____ interested in your business. When you are at dinner, it’s best to keep your phone on silent. If ____(25)____, just send a text message. 11. A. innocent 12. A. boss B. proud B. host C. rude C. visitor D. dependent D. chairman
13. A. wonder 14. A. door 15. A. similar 16. A. designed 17. A. drink 18. A. fun 19. A. wide 20. A. gracefully 21. A. preferences 22. A. impolitely 23. A. complain 24. A. merely 25. A. secret
B. request B. passage B. appropriate B. reserved B. talk B. debate B. open B. attentively B. occasions B. deliberately B. argue B. slightly B. unsafe
C. pause C. kitchen C. indifferent C. adapted C. sit C. reunion C. full C. cautiously C. alternatives C. loudly C. recall C. exactly C. practical
D. imagine D. window D. superior D. made D. eat D. conversation D. occupied D. curiously D. topics D. painfully D. explain D. probably D. necessary
第二节 语法填空 (共 10 小题；每小题 l. 5 分．共 l5 分) 阅读下面短文．按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求，在空格处填入一个适当的 词或使用括号中词语的正确形式填空，并将答案填写在答题卡标号为 26-35 的相应位置上。 That’s right the time for the Science Hero Award, where we honor a particular man or woman from history who made a contribution to science. Today’s Science Hero, though, wasn’t a scientist at all, ____(26)___ a science fiction writer. In fact, he was one of the pioneers of the genre of science fiction. ks5u Jules Verne is our hero. Jules Verne was born in France in 1828 and ____(27)____ (origin) studied to be a lawyer. But he was fascinated with the exploration of nature and the world. Also, he loved writing. In ___(28)___ writing he was able to bring scientific ideas to __(29)___ general audience. If he ____(30)____ (be) alive today he’d probably be writing for us. Jules Verne also wanted to challenge people _____(31)___ (think) about new things that science could bring them. His stories were full of fantastic machines, but they were always things ___(32)___ could in principle be constructed. Because of this combination of knowledge and imagination, he was able to expect many things that now actually exist. For example, you may know that in his novel “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea,” Verne imagined an enclosed boat that could travel underwater — ____(33)____ we now call a submarine. But do you know that ____(34)____ board his submarine he put another ___(35)_____ (imagine) device, the electric stove? That’s not quite how we got there, but the principle is much the same.
III. 阅读 (共两节，满分 50 分) 第一节 阅读理解 (共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，共 40 分) 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将 该项涂黑。 A Homosexual couples in New York are being married for the first time after Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a law permitting same-sex marriage in the state last month. But such marriages, though now legal in New York, remain controversial. So many couples wanted to be married on Sunday, the first day of legal homosexual marriage in New York City, that local officials announced a lottery (抽签) to determine qualification. New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, herself openly gay, witnessed the first two ceremonies of same-sex marriage. She says the same-sex marriage law supports equality. “A law that says every family is as good as every other family; that every family is based on love, and is exactly the way God wants it to be," she said. Margie Phelps announced same-sex marriage as a crime against God. She and other Christians from the Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kansas came halfway across the country to say marriage is defined by Holy Bible. “The pattern is one man and one woman for life to have children who you raise in the nurture and admonition of the Lord," she said. David Schwartz, a traditional Jew, believes every human being has free choice and the power to rule over their desires. He considers homosexual desire to be wrong. “There’s one God in heaven and earth, and he has ordered for all mankind that they should limit their affections to relationships between a man and a woman in the context of marriage," he said. Douglas Robinson and his partner of 25 years, Michael Elsasser, were in the first group to be married in Manhattan. Robinson says the United States allows religious views to coexist with what he believes is a civil right of same-sex marriage. “You can have different opinions. This is a tent, some people call it a mixture of various different cultures and opinions and the like, so God bless America, and we are proud to be Americans," he said. Margie Phelps believes God will punish New York City for permitting what she believes to be moral decay. Meanwhile, Nevin Cohen and Daniel Hernandez showed off their marriage certificate. But they said they will not be going on a honeymoon. They say they need to be at work in New York on Monday. 36. According to the passage, same-sex marriage_______. A. has raised a storm of objections and all the Americans object to it B. is permitted in New York now, but still remains controversial
C. is legal and accepted by the public in USA D. is merely legal in New York and Manhattan 37. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. Margie Phelps and the other Christians came from a long distance to claim that same-sex marriage was against the Holy Bible. B. David Schwartz, who is a Jew, believes that human being has free choice and that same-sex marriage is defined by the Holy Bible. C. Douglas Robinson and Michael Elsasser have been married for 25 years. D. Nevin Cohen and Daniel Hernandez got their marriage certificate on Monday in New York. 38. The underlined sentence in paragraph 3 implies that __________. A. every family is good B. the homosexual couples truly love each other C. God disapproves of same-sex marriage D. the same-sex marriage law stands for equality and helps homosexual couples to be accepted by the society 39. We can infer from the passage that ______. A. God has ordered a man should marry a woman. B. God will punish New York City for permitting same-sex marriage C. the US is open to different views D. a number of homosexual couples were waiting to be married on Sunday in New York 40. Which of the following is the best title for this passage? A. Religious Debate on Marriageks5u B. Moral Decay in Marriage C. First Gay Marriage Legalized in New York D. Happy Homosexual Couples in USA
B When it comes to artificial cloning, there are three different types: gene cloning, reproductive cloning and therapeutic cloning. Gene cloning produces copies of genes or segments of DNA. Reproductive cloning produces copies of whole animals. Therapeutic cloning produces embryonic stem cells for experiments aimed at creating tissues to replace injured or diseased tissues. Gene cloning, also known as DNA cloning, is a very different process from reproductive and therapeutic cloning. Reproductive and therapeutic cloning share many of the same techniques,
but are done for different purposes. Gene cloning is a carefully regulated technique that is largely accepted today and used routinely in many labs worldwide. However, both reproductive and therapeutic cloning raise important ethical issues, especially as related to the potential use of these techniques in humans. Reproductive cloning would present the potential of creating a human that is genetically identical to another person who has previously existed or who still exists. This may conflict with long-standing religious and societal values about human dignity, possibly infringing upon principles of individual freedom, identity and independence. However, some argue that reproductive cloning could help sterile couples fulfill their dream of parenthood. Others see human cloning as a way to avoid passing on a damaging gene that runs in the family without having to undergo embryo screening or embryo selection. Therapeutic cloning, while offering the potential for treating humans suffering from disease or injury, would require the destruction of human embryos in the test tube. Consequently, opponents argue that using this technique to collect embryonic stem cells is wrong, regardless of whether such cells are used to benefit sick or injured people. 41. According to the passage, therapeutic cloning is A. for the purpose of cloning the same cell B. for the purpose of cloning the same animal C. for the purpose of cloning the same person D. for the purpose of medical treatment 42. Which of the following statement is TRUE according to the passage? A. Gene cloning is a carefully regulated technique that is widely accepted today. B. Reproductive and therapeutic cloning use exactly the same techniques but for different purposes. C. Cloning human beings has already been realized by using the technique of reproductive cloning. D. Gene cloning could help sterile couples fulfill their dream of parenthood 43. The underlined phrase infringing upon in Paragraph 5 is close in meaning to the following words or phrases EXCEPT_____________. A. conflicting with B. violating C. agreeing with D. breaking .
44．We can infer from the passage that _________. A. reproductive cloning will destruct human embryos in the test tube B. therapeutic cloning and reproductive cloning are still controversial
C. supporters of reproductive cloning think that it can offer the potential for treating humans suffering from diseases or injuries D. opponents argue that using therapeutic cloning to collect embryonic stem cells is wrong 45. What is the passage mainly about? A. The impact of cloning. B. The use of cloning technology. C. The debate over cloning. D. Types of artificial cloning and some related moral issues.
C The world of public schools has been portrayed many times in films, but usually the school setting is used to either tell a sentimental story or an unpleasant dramatic story about the challenges faced by teachers. A lighter and somewhat more realistic view is provided in a new film about teachers called "Chalk". This film, which was shot entirely in Austin, Texas, was the idea of two former teachers. Two former Austin high school teachers, actor Chris Mass and director Mike Akel came up with the idea for the film and developed the characters together. The film begins with the statement that 50 percent of teachers leave the profession within three years, which is the issue Mike Akel wanted to explore. "Chris and I had always heard, 'If you can make it past your third year, you might have a chance.' You know, experienced teachers would tell us that," he said. The film shows the challenges that face teachers, but it does so with a subtle and wry (嘲弄的) humor. "It is painful and funny. As an artist, I think that is what we are called to do is expose truth in a loving way," he said. Chalk was shot in documentary style with actors improvising (即兴创作) most of their lines. In coming up with the characters and storyline, Mass and Akel drew on their own experiences as teachers and they both have strong feelings about the profession and definite opinions on why the job has become so hard. Mass says part of the problem is that teachers today have to compete with a huge world of mass media and movies for the attention of students. "They want to be entertained all the time and I would tell them, 'look, I love movies, I make them on the side, but you are not here for MTV world.' There is so much media that it makes it hard for a teacher to try to get science across to them," he said. Both Mass and Akel also see lack of discipline at home and a lack of parent interest as a
problem in many big city public schools. Akel says teachers often feel parents have abandoned their children at school. Teachers who have seen the film have provided the filmmakers with positive feedback and Chris Mass says it is especially gratifying to hear the comments from beginning teachers who can identify strongly with the film's characters. "I think just to be understood as a new teacher, to watch Chalk, and say 'They really capture the teaching world, it does not fix what I deal with day in and day out, but they really capture what I face.' Sympathy is powerful," he said. 46. This passage is most likely written in order to _____________. A. show the problems that teachers today are facing B. introduce the movie Chalk to the readers and draw their interest in it C. ask readers to offer sympathy to teachers D. explore the reasons why teachers tend to leave their profession 47. Chalk is a film that ____________. A. uses a documentary style to show Mass’s and Akel’s own teaching experience B. shows Mass’s and Akel’s opinions about the teaching profession in a realistic way C. uses a subtle and wry humour to show the challenges faced by teachers D. shows how media impacts students’ attitude towards science 48. Mass and Akel came up with an idea to make a film because they hoped to__________. A. develop the characters whose teaching experience is similar to theirs B. show students nowadays tend to challenge teachers C. make readers understand it is hard to be a teacher nowadays D. expose the truth that students tend to lack discipline 49. What does the underlined sentence in Paragraph 6 imply? A. Media may distract students from science learning and make them less involved in it. B. Science is hard for students to learn because teachers rely too much on media. C. Without media, it is hard for students to learn science. D. Teachers and students depend so much on media that science learning is ignored. 50. The underlined word “gratifying” in the last paragraph most probably means_______. A. pleasing B. amusing C. embarrassing D. discouraging
D Using a patch rather than a needle could transform disease prevention around the world. The new method offered hope of usable vaccines（疫苗）for diseases such as malaria. The nanopatch overcomes some of the more obvious disadvantages of needle-given vaccines
such as needle phobia (extreme fear) and the possibility of pollution caused by dirty needles. Another major drawback of traditional vaccines is that, because they are liquid, they need to be kept refrigerated between the lab and the clinic. But there are other reasons why the method could be transformative. This approach holds out hope for easy and large-scale vaccination, as it is applied in dry form, into the skin and then targets a type of immune cell, the Langerhans cell, which lies just a hair's width from the surface of the skin. These cells eagerly take up the vaccine and are able to kick-start the immune response. "It seems that we may have been missing the immune sweet spot which may be in the skin rather than the muscle where traditional needles go," said Prof Kendall. However, one of the potential issues with skin delivery is the issues of tolerability of the patch in some people. However, if this issue can be overcome, the approach does hold out the potential to stop using conventional needle-based delivery. "Let's hope for a future where millions of deaths a year from preventable diseases can be a historical record because of radically improved vaccines," Prof Kendall said. 51. According to the passage, which is NOT the advantage of nanopatch over traditional needles? A. It caused less pain in injection. B. It makes patients less frightened of the injection. C. It protects the vaccines from being polluted. D. It doesn’t have to be kept in cold condition. 52. What makes nanopatch a breakthrough in technology? A. It is as wide as a hair. B. It targets the cells in muscles. C. It is in the form of liquid. D. It directs the vaccine to immune system through the skin. 53. What’s Prof Kendall’s attitude toward nanopatch? A. Indifferent B. Neutral C. Positive D. Negative
54. What can be inferred from the text? A. The traditional injection method has been abandoned. B. It will be hard to promote this approach in the whole world. C. This approach can further reduce the number of people suffering from infectious diseases. D. Nanopatch vaccine will be expensive. 55. What is the writing purpose of the author ? A. To compare the traditional injection method and the new nanopatch.
B. To introduce the new nanopatch. C. To argue that nanopatch should be applied. D. To illustrate global vaccine problems.
第二节 信息匹配 (共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，共 10 分) 请阅读下列信息，并按照要求匹配信息。请在答题卡上将对应题号的相应选项字母涂黑。 The information about films or TV programs: A. Theodore Tugboat Theodore Tugboat is a cheery tugboat featured in this award-winning animated maritime series. Living in the magical Big Harbor, Theodore ("the friendliest tugboat in the world") works for the Great Ocean and Salvage Company fleet with his friends. B. Postman Pat Everyone's favorite postman, Postman Pat and his faithful companion, Jess the Cat, are back in a completely new series packed full of humor, excitement and adventure. These all-new adventures see the nation's favorite postman doing much more than just delivering post! From snowboarding to managing a pop band and even making his very own Hollywood movie, Pat is a 21st century hero indeed! C. Pingu Pingu is a charming young penguin who spends his time playing with friends and family always up to playing tricks and getting himself into funny situations in his own sub-zero world. D. Jimmy Neutron This is a funny, silly, and colorfully animated children's film featuring Jimmy Neutron. Jimmy has created all kinds of interesting things to make his life easier, including a robotic dog, Goddard, who follows him everywhere. Jimmy and his friend, Carl, use a homemade spaceship to launch a satellite. E. Fimbles This U.K. pre-school hit follows three curious creatures as they start a never-ending path of discovery, exploration and entertainment. Revolving around three special creatures living in a magical valley, Fimbles is full of the surprise, wonder and stimulation that children experience when discovering new things. Each new "find" is a drive for play, invention and storytelling within the program. F. Adventures of Willy Fog Eerie lakes, bottomless pits, dinosaurs, and volcanic eruptions are just a few of the places laying in wait for Willy Fog and his friends in this exciting journey. Trying to get to the centre of the earth proves a lot more difficult than they originally thought. 请阅读以下有关学生的信息，然后为他们选择喜欢的电影或电视节目： 56. Lily knows a lot about Antarctic. His father is a scientist who has been to Antarctic for several times. Each time he returns, his father will tell Joseph something about the place. So he is very interested in a special seabird there. 57. Frank is a brave boy who likes exploring the world. Everyone knows that he has rich imagination. Frank wishes he could travel to the centre of the earth.
58. Mary dreams of becoming a hero, because of which she likes any kind of hero. However, as for heroes, she has her own standards, that is, being humorous and adventurous. 59. Peter, a clever student, likes science very much. He is especially interested in computer and robot. He wishes he could be an astronaut in the future. 60. Ivy likes ocean life very much and dreams of travelling around the world by boat. Therefore, any life connected with ocean or boats will always attract him a lot. 56. Lily 57. Frank 58. Mary 59. Peter 60. Ivy A. Theodore Tugboat B. Postman Pat C. Pingu D. Jimmy Neutron E. Fimbles F. Adventures of Willy Fog
VI．课本知识考查：( 每空 0.5 分，共 5 分 ) 请根据所给的语境、首字母或中文提示，填写适当形式的单词或词组。 （每空只填一个单词） 61. The law draws a d____________ between temporary and permanent employees. （区分）. 62. Our friendship began when I first made his a________________ in the early 1960s. （与… 关联）
63. I don’t a________________ him with energetic sports. 64. Even he had raised an
o____________, we still went ahead with our own work. (反对)
65. He felt ________ _______ when he discovered the fate of the clone. (沮丧) 66. I thought hard, and suddenly a good idea o_________ ________ 67. At this stage, your child will need someone to _______ me. (出现在脑海里)
_________ her food for her. (切碎)
V． 写作 ( 共两节, 满分 40 分 ) 第一节 [写作内容] 假设你是苹果专卖店一位销售员，请根据以下内容向你的客户介绍 iphone5 的情况。 介绍 1. 触摸屏，第六代 iPhone 2. 突破性的，被认为是世界上最好的智能机 外形 功能 与 iphone4S 外观设计相似，黑白两种颜色 1. 电池功能更加强大，支持 200 小时待机时间，8 小时通话时间 2. 内设照相系统大大提高，可以拍出更加清晰的照片 3. 用声音指示手机执行任务，例如发短信等 4. 它能理解你说的话，给你帮助 ** 触摸屏：touch-screen; 智能手机：smart phone; 待机时间：standby time; 通话时间：talk time 基础写作 (共 1 小题，满分 15 分)
[写作要求] 只能用 5 个句子表达全部内容。 [评分标准] 句子结构准确，信息内容完整，篇章结构连贯。
第二节 读写任务 (共 1 小题，满分 25 分) 阅读下面短文，然后按照要求写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文 Friendship is an in-depth relationship combining trust, support, communication, loyalty, understanding, sympathy and intimacy. These are certainly aspects of life that all of us desire. Being able to trust and relax with your friend is a big part of friendship. Remember when you were young you went with a friend to her grandma’s for the weekend. It was fun but when you got home, home was wonderful. Your feeling was “I am home. I can relax now.” That’s what a friendship should be. You go out into the world and do your best. You have your ups and downs, your problems and triumphs, your fun and tribulations. You charm and perform. Then you come “home’’ to a friend. You can relax, put up your feet; you are relieved. If you still have to be charming and performing, it’s not a relief. Friendship is a comfortable situation like home. You get home, kick off your shoes. Relax and sigh, “Aha, home.” But no one can form a friendship until he/she realizes that the basis of being friends is meeting the needs of the other person. One must be a friend to have a friend. Never forget that friends relate. Relating is the basis of friendship. [写作内容] 1. 以约 30 个词概括上文的主要内容。 2. 以约 120 个词谈谈你对友谊的看法，内容包括： （1）你认为友谊对一个人有什么影响？ （2）用具体的事例说明你的好朋友对你的影响。 （3）你认为如何才能建立真正的友谊。ks5u [写作要求] 1.作文中可以使用亲身经历或虚构的故事， 也可以参照阅读材料的内容， 但不得直接引用原文 中的句子。ks5u 2.作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。 [评分标准] 概括准确，语言规范，内容合适，语篇连贯。
I. 听力部分 ( 每空 1 分，共 10 分) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. the most creative the Pacific Ocean ripen the grapes multidimensional/ multi-dimensional reputation every year alcohol and priceks5u coast expresses itself range from how and where
评分标准 题号 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 标准答案 the most creative the Pacific Ocean ripen the grapes multidimensional/ multi-dimensional reputation every year alcohol and price many regions expresses itself range from how and where 备注 漏写 the 得 0.5 分 写出 Pacific Ocean 0.5 分，写出 the 及大写正确得 1 分 ripen 一词 0.5 分，漏写 the 或复数扣 0.5 分 有无连字符均正确 reputation0.5 分， every year0.5 分 写出 alcohol 或 price 各得 0.5 分，漏写 and 得 0.5 分 many 与 regions 各 0.5 分， 拼写错误该单词不给分, 漏 s 扣 0.5 分 每词 0.5 分，expresses 漏写-es 扣 0.5 分 每词 0.5 分，拼写错误该单词不给分, 写出 how 或 where 各得 0.5 分，漏写 and 得 0.5 分
II. 语言知识及应用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节 完形填空（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，共 30 分） 说明文。本文介绍几项基本的餐桌礼仪。 11. C。根据首句出现的 respect and politeness，得知餐桌文化体现对别人的尊重和待人礼貌， 因此此处选择 rude（粗鲁的、不礼貌的）与 politeness 的反义对应，表示“如果你不想别人 认为你不礼貌，请遵循以下几项基本的餐桌礼仪”。innocent（无知的，无辜的） 、proud（骄 傲的） 、dependent（依赖的）均不符合语境。 12. B。根据前文提示“you are invited to dinner”以及下文出现的主人（host） ，得知这里指的 应该是家庭宴请，因此进入饭厅后，主人会邀请你就座。ks5u 13. A。根据下一句疑问 “which seat?”，推知此处选择 wonder（想知道） ，体现客人的困惑 心情。ks5u
14. A。该段对比中西餐桌文化的差异，结合下文“At a Western-style dinner, however, the seat that faces the door is…”得知此处应该选 door，表示“中式宴会中，主人通常坐在面对门口的 位置”。 15. D。根据下文提示“Usually, the most important guest is seated to the host’s left.”和“At a Western-style dinner, however, the seat that faces the door is … for the most important guest.”， 推断此处谈论座位的重要性，be superior to 表示“比……重要”，等同于“be more important than”。 16. B。be reserved for sb. “为……而保留（座位等）”，其余选项不符合语义。 17. C。 该段主要谈及吃饭时的座位安排， 因此选择 sit。 下文提到 “Westerners don’t always like talking at the table.”因此可排除干扰项 B。 18. D。 结合下文出现的“talking”和“safe conversation”， 得知此处表示“中国人认为聚餐是最好 的交谈时机”。 19. C。with one’s mouth full 意思是“嘴巴里吃着东西”。 20. B。根据逻辑和语境，“当别人讲话时，你必须正视别人的眼睛并且专心地（attentively） 听着。”gracefully“优雅地”，cautiously“谨慎地”，curiously“好奇地”。 21. D。通过该句出现的“food, the day’s activities and weather”，不难总结出这些是谈话的“话 题”。preferences（偏爱） 、alternatives（两者之一的选择）不合适，因为前文并没有出现选 择的范围。occasions（场合）与 food, the day’s activities and weather 不是同一范畴。 22. C。下一句提到“painfully loud conversations”，得知人们讨厌别人在公众场合大声地 （loudly）讲电话。ks5u 23. A。根据前一句出现的“I can’t stand”可以推断人们的心情和态度，所以应该选 complain （抱怨） ，其余选项不符合语境。ks5u 24. B。not even slightly 表示“一点也不”，是固定搭配。 25. D。此处是个缩写句子，完整句子应该是：如果必要的话（If it is necessary） ，就发个短信 吧。选项 A 与前文提到的“保持就餐环境安静”没有关系。 第二节 语法填空 (共 10 小题；每小题 l. 5 分．共 l5 分) 26. but 31. to think 27. originally 32. that/which 28. his 33. what 29. a 34. on 30. were 35. imaginary
III. 阅读 (共两节，满分 50 分) 第一节 阅读理解 (共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，共 40 分) 36-40 B A D C C 56-60 ks5u CFBDA 41-45 D A C B D 46-50 B C C A A 51 – 57 A D C C B 第二节 信息匹配 (共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，共 10 分)
VI．课本知识考查：(每空 0.5 分，共 5 分) 61. distinction 65. cast down ks5u 62. acquaintance 66. occurred to 63. associate 67. cut up 64. objection
V． 写作 (共两节,满分 40 分) 第二节 基础写作 (共 1 小题，满分 15 分) The iPhone 5, a touch-screen smart phone, which is the sixth generation of the iPhone, is considered a breakthrough and the best smart phone in the world. Coming in two colors, black and white, it preserves almost all of the same design features as the iPhone 4S. However, with more powerful battery, it has 200 hours standby time and 8 hours talk time. What’s more, the camera system inside has been greatly improved, which enables us to take clearer pictures. The most amazing thing is that not only can you order it to undertake some tasks with your voice, such as sending messages, but also it can understand what you say and offer you help. 第二节 读写任务 (共 1 小题，满分 25 分) Friendship is just like a home where you can get comfort and relaxation / relief. But in order to keep and form a good friendship, one needs relating / connecting and being ready to help others / satisfying others’ needs. As I enjoy making friends, I value friendship a lot. And I think friendship has a vital impact on our growth. Friendship can turn depression into happiness. With sincere friendship, friends are bound to help each other and live a better life.. ks5u I remember in my second year in high school, once on a weekend I fell badly ill. Unfortunately, I lived at school and my parents had no idea of my illness. I had thought about lying in bed all day, thirsty and hungry. But one of my friends had me sent to hospital and looked after me without having a rest, which moved me a lot. It is friendship that gives me a hand when I’m in trouble. ks5u Thus, to my mind, to build up real friendship, we should make friends with those who we can trust, then take our friendship seriously and always get ready to help each other.