第 I 卷 （105 分） I. Listening Comprehension Section A Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of e
ach conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. 1. A. At the airport. 2. A. $15. 3. A. Teacher and student. C. Manager and office worker. 4. A. 20: 25. B. 22: 25. B. In a theatre. B. $5. C. In a ticket office. C. $10. B. Doctor and patient. D. Travel agent and customer. C. 19: 25. D. 18: 25. D. At a hotel. D. $25.
5. A. Buy some new equipment. C. Watch what the woman is doing. 6. A. To return the book to the library. C. To borrow a book from the library. 7. A. The other one looked better. C. It should be put on another wall. 8. A. Buy three good pairs. C. Buy one good pair. 9. A. The man should not drink beer. C. The man should drink cold beer.
B. Leave the equipment for the woman. D. Finish his work quickly. B. To telephone the library about the book. D. To go for a coffee in a café . B. The man needs more wall space for it. D. It makes the wall a little more attractive. B. Buy three cheap pairs. D. Buy one cheap pair. B. The man should drink beer without ice. D. The man should boil the beer.
10. A. The woman should have attended class on Monday. B. The woman could turn to the history teacher for help. C. The man would tell her the assignment on Monday. D. The man didn't know the history assignment, either. Section B
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Directions: In Section B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passages. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. 11. A. Give them away. C. Throw them away. 12. A. Read newspapers every day. C. Send paper letters and cards. 13. A. How to keep healthy. C. How to read online. B. Keep them in paper bags. D. Send them to companies. B. Pay bills online. D. Delete junk mails. B. How to do research work. D. How to protect the earth.
Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. 14. A. Only a few days. C. As long as a school likes. 15. A. Arranging activities. C. Sponsoring holiday get-togethers. B. Just one year. D. Several years. B. Deciding on the program's length of time. D. Negotiating extra courses.
16. A. To encourage more foreign students to study in the U.S. B. To persuade American families to take more foreign students. C. To help the students to learn about American life. D. To introduce the “American Host Family” program.
Section C Directions: In Section C, you will hear two longer conversations. The conversations will be read twice. After you hear each conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet. Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer. The woman's complaint： The last time she took a holiday： The man's suggestion： She can never finish her __17__. Last __18__. 1. Some __19__ will benefit her; 2. Take a holiday without her __20__.
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Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. How do the teachers feel with the boy's work at school? What does the woman think his son is worried about? They are __21__ his work. She thinks he is worried about the money for __22__. Why doesn't the boy want to go to university? Because he wants to become __23__. What does the boy expect the career he has chosen will be? He believes he will have __24__.
II. Grammar and Vocabulary Section A Directions: Beneath each of the following sentences there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one answer that best completes the sentence. 25. Those students with unrealistic goals often put themselves ______more stress than others. A. on B. off C. over D. under
26. George Washington could have added fortune to fame, but caring for ______, he found happiness in being helpful to the world. A. both B. neither C. either D. none
27. I feel so excited! At this time tomorrow morning I ______to Hainan for holiday. A. will be flying B. will fly C. have been flying D. have flown
28. —How come the lake smells so terrible? —Because large quantities of water ______. A. have polluted C. had been polluted B. are going to pollute D. have been polluted
29. According to aviation regulations, no passenger ______carry cigarette lighters or knives on board. A. will B. shall C. need D. must
30. Doctors warn people that _______anger through unnatural methods is much more harmful to a person’s health than the anger itself. A. controlled B. to be controlled C. having controlled D. controlling
31. ______by a lot of newsmen, the newly-elected mayor of the city felt he had to say something. A. Having surrounded B. To be surrounded
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32. China TELECOM surveyed 200men and women _____Wi-Fi service at Starbucks very often. A. use B. used C. using D. to use
33. In addition to this traditional medical treatment, he tried to put himself in situations ______would bring about positive emotions. A. which B. where C. why D. as
34. In fact, a small car is big enough for a family of three, ______you need more space for luggage. A. once B. because C. as if D. unless
35. ______a successful investor, a fresh businessman should conduct himself in an appropriate businesslike manner. A. Become B. To become C. Having become D. Becoming
36. ______the direct personality of Americans is widely appreciated, it sometimes surprises foreigners. A. Since B. If C. When D. While
37. The young parents were worried about the possibility ______their boy dislikes going to the new kindergarten. A. why B. which C. that D. how
38. Only after he consulted his teacher ______to choose teaching as his lifelong career. A. decided he B. he decided C. did he decide D. he did decide
39. Many life experiences make me realize that it is hard work and determination as well as the good nature ______make a person what he is. A. when B. which C. how D. that
40. The person who takes no chances generally has to take ______is left when others are through choosing. A. however B. whatever C. whenever D. whoever
Section B Directions: Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only be used once. Note that there is one word more than you need. A. break B. concentration C. increasingly D. exhibits E. existing
F. highlighted G. major
Painting has been continuously practiced by humans for some 20,000 years. It was one of the earliest ways in which man __41__ to express his own personality and his emerging understanding of an existence beyond the material world. Unlike music and dance, however, examples of early forms of painting have __42__ to the present day. Painting,
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like other arts, __43__ universal qualities that make it easy for viewers of all nations and civilizations to understand and appreciate. The major __44__ examples of early painting anywhere in the world are found in Western Europe and the Russia. But some 5, 000 years ago, the areas in which important paintings were created __45__ to the eastern Mediterranean Sea and neighboring regions. Therefore, Western shared a European cultural tradition—the Middle East and Mediterranean Basin and, later, the countries of the New World. Western painting is in general distinguished by its __46__ on the representation of the human figure. The Renaissance(文艺复兴) extended this tradition through a close examination of the natural world and an investigation of balance, harmony, and perspective in the visible world. The first real __47__ from figurative painting came with the growth of landscape painting in the 17th and 18th centuries. The landscape and figurative traditions developed together in the 19th century in an atmosphere that was __48__ concerned with “painterly” qualities of the interaction of light and color and the expressive qualities of paint handling. In the 20th century these interests contributed to the development of a third __49__ tradition in Western painting, abstract painting.
III. Reading Comprehension Section A Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. Why do people go to university? There is a popular notion that a college education is something to be endured in order to become __50__to obtain certain kinds of jobs or to go to graduate school. This is not what we are trying to do at Harvard, nor would we wish to have many students here who took such a(n)__51__view of a college career. There are several goals we aim to reach in our undergraduate program. The most obvious one is to give knowledge—fairly __52__knowledge in one field and a more general knowledge of a variety of other subject areas which you may choose according to your interest. But if acquiring knowledge is a self-evident part of a college education, it is __53__the most important. Remarkably few of the facts you learn here will remain in your __54__for many years, and some of those that do will even be proved __55__by new knowledge. __56__, we can instill(灌输)certain attitudes of mind—a willingness to accept uncertainty, and the lack of definite truths; independence of mind, and a respect for facts and for the uncomfortable conclusions which facts sometimes lead to. In addition to these __57__ qualities, a college education should try to lay a foundation for the creative use of __58__ time. Some of this capacity can be stimulated in the classroom—in courses in the humanities and the arts. Yet,
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at least as much __59__ will occur outside the lecture hall—on athletic fields, in music rooms, student theaters, concert halls, and so forth. These are some of the __60__ of a liberal college education as I see them. I cannot resist concluding with a few private thoughts about our new careers at Harvard. To begin with, I hope that we will think __61__ about what we want to accomplish here. It would be __62__ for you to set your sights on some limited goal, such as getting good grades or merely getting into one or another graduate school. Second, I hope that you will give some thought to what you can do for others during your stay here. There are many problems waiting for your help, and many people who could __63__ your efforts. My final bit of advice. Whatever else we do, let us remember not to take ourselves too seriously. However great our problems may seem, however urgent our complaints, they are overshadowed（黯然失色） by the __64__ of countless other people on our planet. 50. A. fascinated 51. A. optimistic 52. A. concentrated 53. A. by far 54. A. memory 55. A. useful 56. A. Besides 57. A. physical 58. A. business 59. A. appreciation 60. A. benefits 61. A. broadly 62. A. fantastic 63. A. suffer from 64. A. inspiration B. qualified B. strong B. expanded B. far from B. position B. essential B. However B. inborn B. study B. stimulation B. aims B. honestly B. magic B. profit from B. difference C. determined C. narrow C. informed C. free from C. evaluation C. false C. Therefore C. emotional C. experiment C. participation C. problems C. freely C. tragic C. reflect on C. ambitions D. required D. sensitive D. illustrated D. without doubt D. foundation D. common D. Somehow D. intellectual D. leisure D. exposure D. achievements D. continually D. basic D. complain about D. difficulties
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Directions: Read the following four passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, and C. Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage you have just read.
(A) A friend of mine, in response to a conversation we were having about the injustices of life, asked me the question: “Who said life was going to be fair, or that it was even meant to be fair?” Her question was a good one. It reminded me of something I was taught as a youngster－life isn’t fair. One of the mistakes many of us make is that we feel sorry for ourselves or for others, thinking that life should be fair or that someday it will be. It’s not and it won’t. One of the nice things about accepting the fact that life isn’t fair is that it keeps us from feeling sorry for ourselves by encouraging us to do the very best we can with what we have. Accepting this fact also keeps us from feeling sorry for others because we are reminded that everyone is dealt a different hand; everyone has unique strengths and problems in the process of growing up, facing the reality and making decisions, and everyone has those times that they feel wounded or unfairly treated. The fact that life isn’t fair doesn’t mean we shouldn’t do everything in our power to improve our own lives or the world as a whole. On the contrary, it suggests that we should. When we don’t recognize or admit life isn’t fair, we tend to feel pity for others and for ourselves, a self-defeating emotion that does nothing except make everyone feel worse. When we do recognize life isn’t fair, however, we feel sympathy for others and for ourselves. And sympathy is a heartfelt emotion that delivers loving kindness to everyone it touches. The next time you find yourself thinking about the injustices of the world, try reminding yourself of this very basic fact. You may be surprised that it can push you out of self-pity and into helpful action. 65.The author thought of his friend’s question as a good one because ________. A. he also wanted to know who held such an opinion B. like his friend, he also thought life was unfair C. it made him regret something during his childhood D. he learned something from the question as a youngster 66.Accepting the injustices of life will ______. A. stop us making everything perfect C. get us to feel sorry for others B. let us deal with others differently D. inspire us to make every effort
67.In the last paragraph, “this very basic fact” refers to the fact that ______. A. life is not and will not be fair B. you should not pity for others
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C. pity is a self-defeating emotion
D. sympathy is a heartfelt emotion
68.From the passage, we can learn that the author’s attitude to life is ______. A. indifferent B. self-pity C. negative D. positive
69.If the use of a new word is known to only a restricted group of people, it will ________. A. stand the test of time B. have a decent history of use
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C. be included in the dictionary
D. be rejected temporarily
70.Which of the following is not a necessary step of the new word inclusion process? A. Researching the word. C. Crafting the entry. 71.What is the purpose of presenting this graph? A. To encourage people to use the online database. B. To promote the new version of dictionary. C. To respond to people’s request about the word inclusion process. D. To inform people of the new words to be included in the dictionary. C What are feelings for? Most nonscientists will find it a strange question. Feelings justify themselves. Emotions give meaning and depth to life. They exist without serving any other purposes. On the other hand, many evolutionary biologists acknowledge some emotions primarily for their survival function. For both animals and humans, fear motivates the avoidance of danger, love is necessary to care for the young, and anger prepares one to hold ground. But the fact that a behavior functions to serve survival need not mean that. Other scientists have regarded the same behavior as conditioning and learned responses. Certainly reflexes(反射) and fixed action patterns can occur without feeling or conscious thought. A baby seagull pecks(啄) at a red spot on the bill(喙) of its parent. The seagull parent feeds its baby when pecked on the bill and the baby gets fed. The interaction need have no emotional content. At the same time, there is no reason why such actions cannot have emotional content. In mammals that have given birth including humans, milk is often released automatically when a new baby cries. This is not under intended control but it is reflex. Yet this does not mean that feeding a new baby is exclusively reflex and expresses no feeling like love. Humans have feelings about their behavior even if it is conditioned or reflexive. Yet since reflexes exist and conditioned behavior is widespread, measurable, and observable, most scientists try to explain animal behavior by using only these concepts. It is simpler. Preferring to explain behavior in ways that fit science's methods most easily, scientists have refused to consider any causes for animal behavior other than reflexive and conditioned ones. Scientific orthodoxy (正统) holds that what cannot be readily measured or tested cannot exist, or is unworthy of serious attention. But emotional explanations for animal behavior need not be impossibly complex or unstable. They are just more difficult for the scientific method to check on in the usual ways, so cleverer and more skillful approaches are called for. Most branches of science are more willing to make successive evaluation of what may prove ultimately unknowable, rather than ignoring it altogether. 72.The example of the baby seagull pecking the parent’s bill is used to support that ______. B. Consulting users. D. Sourcing new words.
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A. it is an inborn ability for adults to look after the young B. behaviors can be learned and involve no emotions C. emotions are of great importance for survival D. it takes time for animals to be conditioned 73.Which of the following can be learned from the passage? A. Breast-feeding a baby is conditioned or reflective but have no emotional connection. B. Reflexes and conditioning will lead to a better understanding of animal emotions. C. Scientists usually apply reflexes and conditioning in explaining animal behaviors. D. Many evolutionary biologists believe that emotions are to some degree for survival. 74.To study animal emotions, scientists should ______. A. analyze human emotions C. set up improved experiments B. distinguish what is emotional D. learn from animal behaviorists
75.What is the author’s main purpose of writing this passage? A. To illustrate that emotions are worth our attention. B. To compare human emotions with animal emotions. C. To discuss the importance and usefulness of emotions. D. To explain what reflexive and conditioned behaviors are.
Section C Directions: Read the following text and choose the most suitable heading from A-F for each paragraph. There is one extra heading which you do not need. A. Make sure a sale is a sale. B. Use less to save money. C. Shop wisely. D. Shop in large amount. E. Establish a person budget. F. Spend less to save money. Saving money and being more economical is neither a science nor an art; rather it is somewhere in between and requires your commitment and hard work. Saving money takes time to develop, needs to be learnt, and brings benefits that will endure for the rest of your life. 76. ______
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Review what you spend and look at ways you can save money. Consider making telephone calls for instance only at off-peak times. Do you really need to have newspapers and magazines delivered? Can you do without those coffees you buy at break time everyday－would a flask of coffee taken to work save you money? What about using the public lending library instead of buying books or music CDs? 77. ______ This is essential for families and individuals and can be the fastest way to save money. You will instantly see your incomings and outgoings once you figure out the amount of money available to spend. You will not be able to save money unless you know how much money you have coming in, and how much money you have going out. 78. ______ Do your price research before you make an expensive purchase in a retailers promotion. You have to be sure the promotion really is not a creative marketing strategy of the store to encourage you to spend your money without thinking. Once you have researched the true price of a product (any product) you are in a good position to take advantage of a promotion, special offer or discount and really save money. 79. ______ Consider markets, superstores, farmer’s markets, local shops and stores. Anywhere is worth checking out to see if you can save money. Farmer’s Markets can be particularly good places to save money. Typically you are buying direct from the producer of the product so the savings are passed on to you. Use your bulk buying strategy here－farmer’s markets often offer opportunities to save money by buying larger quantities of staples, for instance potatoes, rice or corn. 80. ______ We live in a consumer society where waste is a huge problem. If we could all use and consume less, there would be less waste and power consumption. Consider using less shampoo when you wash your hair, this may not mean washing your hair less effectively but it means not flushing the excess shampoo and your money down the drain. Turn off lights, the TV and the computer when they are not in use. Each little saving you make will build up and enable you to save money.
Section D Directions: Read the passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the statements in the fewest possible words. The internal greenhouse effect of a daffodil(水仙花)
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Early pollinators (授粉昆虫) struggle with cold weather, so it's no wonder that late-winter flowers such as daffodil tend to have extended blooming times and long-lasting flowers, some of which remain open for more than two weeks. When the sun is out, they can offer a warm microenvironment for bees. Although they usually start showing off in the Washington area by late February, blooming times for daffodil are highly variable, depending on variety, weather and planting location. Moisture, tree cover and mineral availability all affect flowering time, but soil temperature tends to have the greatest influence on early-blooming flowers. The microclimate of a south-facing slope will display blooms well before flowers appear in the shadow of a building that gets only a half-day of sun. Once open, the flower can create a microclimate within itself. When sunlight hits a daffodilflower, its tube-shaped corolla acts as a tiny greenhouse, raising temperatures inside a flower as much as 15 degrees higher than the surrounding air. That's good news for small bees, which in late winter have trouble getting warm enough to fly. Bumblebees and honeybees prepare to fly on cold days by exercising their flight muscles to generate heat. But mining bees, which nest in the ground, are less able to do that and are more dependent on surrounding temperatures to warm them up for takeoff. Spanish ecologist Carlos M. Herrera studied the relationship between mining bees and native daffodil flowers. The bees he studied could fly only if their internal body temperatures approached 72 degrees, yet they were able to forage(觅食) in 54-degree weather. Basking(取暖) in sunlight on the outside of a warm daffodil bloom was enough to get a bee airborne. Heat from flight muscles could then help keep bees in the air, but they still relied on blossom-basking to supplement their heat needs. Although a bee inside a flower has access to warmth and food, a bee basking atop a flower can more effectively raise its temperature by absorbing heat both from direct sunlight and from the flower below. On those cooler days, bees spent most of their foraging time basking, but "flights between flowers were sometimes interrupted by sudden falls to the ground," Herrera wrote in his 1995 paper. "Fallen bees crawled into some nearby flower and basked before resuming normal foraging." (Note: Answer the questions or complete the statements in No MORE THAN 12 WORDS.) 81. According to the passage, what can help early pollinators to survive cold weather? 82. Flowers on a south-facing slope usually open earlier because of ________________. 83. What does the “good news for small bees” in paragraph 4 refer to? 84. A bee can raise its temperature better at the top of a flower because both ________________ are warmth. its sources of
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第 II 卷 （45 分） I. Translation Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 1. 他下定决心要实现抱负。(determine) 2. 居民们都希望有朝一日能更方便地享受图书馆的优质服务。（access） 3. 老师的赞赏给了我很大的鼓舞，这对一名学生而言非常宝贵。（which） 4. 接完电话，他既没关门也没关灯就匆匆忙忙离开了办公室。（with） 5. 实验结果与我们所期望的大相径庭，但我们相信探索越多，就越可能成功。（likely）
II. Guided Writing Directions: Write an English composition in 120—150 words according to the instructions given below in Chinese. 毕业在即，你班将举行最后一次班会。请你为本次班会设计方案，方案中必须包含以下内容： 1. 确立班会的主题； 2. 描述你所设计的活动； 3. 谈谈活动设计的理由。
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参考答案 I. Listening Comprehension Section A Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. 1. W: We don't seem to have a reservation for you, sir. I'm sorry. M: But my secretary said that she had reserved a room for me here. I phoned her from the airport this morning just before boarding: Q: Where does the conversation most probably take place? 2. M: $15 for the vase is too expensive. I will pay only $ 10 for it. W: Done, sir. It's yours for$10. Q: How much less does the man pay for the vase than the original price？ 3. W: Mr. Watson, I wonder whether it's possible for me to take a vacation early next month. M: Did you fill out a request form？ Q: What is the probable relationship between the two speakers？ 4. W: Attention please. Flight MU 146 from Hong Kong has arrived. M: It's now 20:25. It's been delayed for two hours！The airlines' flights are now constantly delayed. Q: At what time should the flight have arrived？ 5. M: Shall I put the equipment away now that you've finished with the lab work？ W: Not yet, please. Q: What will the man probably do？ 6. M: What about going for a coffee？ W: That's fine. But do you mind if I call in the library first？I've had this book out for ages. Q: What is the woman going to do first？ 7. M: Do you think the poster looks good here？ W: Well, it's better than a blank wall. Q: What does the woman say about the poster? 8. W: These shoes are very cheap. I think I'll buy three pairs. M: Why not just buy one good pair. Cheap shoes wear out very quickly. Q: What does the man suggest that the woman should do？ 9. M: Please get me a beer, a cold one. You know, I never drink beer without ice.
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W: But it is winter now. Don't you think that's bad for your stomach？ Q: What does the woman mean？ 10. W: Good morning. Say, do you know what the assignment is for our term paper in history？ M: Sure. Why weren't you in class on Monday? That's when the teacher gave it out. Q: What does the man imply？
Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. There are many simple ways to keep our earth healthy. Here are some ways to reduce the amount of garbage your family produces: Firstly, many communities have recycling programs. If yours doesn't, do some research. You can probably find a place to take materials to be recycled. Secondly, instead of throwing away items that you no longer use, give them away or sell them. Think of new ways to reuse items that you normally throw away. What's more, take your own bags to the store instead of getting new ones each time you shop. The fourth way is to use e-mail instead of sending paper letters and cards. Pay your bills and read your newspapers online. Call companies that send you junk mail and get off their mailing lists. Lastly, buy products which are made with recycled contents. A lot of things can now be made from recycled materials. Together we can make a difference. Questions: 11. According to the passage, how should you deal with the items you don't use？ 12. What does the passage suggest people should do? 13. What is the passage mainly about? Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. Many American schools have a student exchange program with foreign countries. Along with this program, there is usually another one called the“American Host Family”program. As its name indicates, the program gets American families involved in foreign students' lives in America and offers homes for them. Many American families volunteer to host foreign students. However, if there is a shortage of host families, schools also contact local people and recommend foreign students to them. The “American host family” program varies in lengths of time. It can go from a few days to a few years, depending on each individual school. The program in my school in Wisconsin is designed on a one year term. After the
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first year is over, it is up to foreign students and their“families” to decide if they want to stay together as a “family.” American families can host as many foreign students as they like. They can either have several students or just one at a time. Many families start with new students each year while still keeping in touch with the old ones. Schools usually leave it to foreign students and their host families to decide their activities after both sides meet. My school, however, sponsors activities every year: We have an annual picnic when all the host families and foreign students come together. In addition, we have other kinds of gatherings such as pot-luck dinners and tea parties several times a year. Host families and foreign students, of course, get in touch with each other any time they want. On major holidays like Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas, foreign students are usually invited to their homes for dinner. Even schools that do not have host family programs often arrange students to get together with American families on these special holiday occasions. Questions: 14. How long does the host family program last? 15. Which of the following is NOT included in a school's“American Host Family”program？ 16. What is the main purpose of the passage？
Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. W: I can't take it any more. This job is killing me！ M: Hey, sounds like you could take a break. W: Are you kidding？I can never finish my paperwork. M: When was the last time you took some time off? W: Come to think of it, it's been over a year. Yeah, last February. I was supposed to take off a few weeks in January, but it just got too busy around here. M: Then it sounds like a little relaxation would do you some good. W: Well, maybe you are right. And anyway, I can always bring my computer along and catch up on my work. M: Listen, leave the computer at home. You need to just take it easy for a while. Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. W: We had a nice chat to your teachers at the parents' meeting this evening. M: Actually, mum, I've been meaning to talk to you about that. W: Were you worried？Well, you needn't have been. Your teachers are very happy with your work. In fact, we didn't have to stay at the meeting very long. They all had only one thing to say: you're doing brilliantly. M: Thanks mum. Actually, I was a bit worried but not about my grades. I…
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W: You'd better start thinking about what university you want to go to. M: Well, that's what I want to talk to you about. I don't want to go to university. W: You what? Oh, of course, it's the money. You're worried about the money. M: Mum! You're not listening to me. I've thought about it very carefully and I've decided to leave school at the end of the year and become a football player. W: A football player! A bright boy like you！ M: I'm sorry if you're disappointed. But, look, you needn't worry about me. I do have a brilliant future player. 参考答案 第Ⅰ卷 I. Section A Section B Section C 1~5. DBCDB 11~13. ABD 17. paperwork/ work 19. relaxation/holidays / rest 6~10. ADCBA 14~16. CDD 18. February 20. computer
as a football
21. (very) happy/ pleased/ satisfied with 22. (the/ her) education/ university education/ university 23. a football player 24. a brilliant/ bright/good future
II. Section A Section B III. Section A Section B Section C Section D
25~30. 36~40. 41~49. 50~54.
DBADBD DCCDB IJDEH BACG BCABA
60~64. BACBD 65~68. BDAD 72~75. BCCA 76~80. FEACB
81. Late-winter flowers’ extended blooming times./ Late-winter flowers’ remaining open for long. 82. high/soil/ temperature 83. The flower can create a microclimate within itself once open./The temperatures inside flowers can be much higher than the surrounding air. 84. (direct) sunlight and the flower below
第Ⅱ卷 I. 1. He is determined to realize/accomplish/achieve/fulfill his ambition. 2. Residents all hope that they can have easy access to the quality service of libraries one day(some day).
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3. The teacher’s compliment(s) gave me(filled me with) a great encouragement(inspiration), which is so precious for a student. 4. Having answered the phone, he left the office in a hurry( rushed out of the office) with the door open and the light(s ) on. 5. The result of the experiment is totally different(contrary to) from what we have expected, but we believe (that) the more we explore, the more likely we are to/will succeed.
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