第一部分：听力 第一节 1． Whose wallet probably is it? A. the woman’s 2. What is the date today? A. May 1st B. May 2nd C. May 3rd B. The man’s C. Gina’s
3. Who made the woman’s personal web p
age? A. She herself B. Her friend. C. The man
4. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. A town B. An accident C. A murder
5. What is the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Relatives. B. Colleagues. C. Neighbors.
第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分） 6. What is the man doing? A. Watching TV B. Listening to the radio. C. Reading the newspaper
7. Why are the rich and famous targets for being talked about according to the man? A. The public are interested in them. B. The public want to laugh at them.
C. The public want to make them famous. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8-10 题。 8. Why does the man look sad? A. He had to stop his study. B. He failed his test again.
C. He couldn’t understand the foreigners. 9. How did the woman improve her French? A. By reading French newspapers B. By watching French films. C. By speaking to herself.
10. What does the woman suggest the man do? A. Be confident. B. Talk with foreigners C. Ask the teacher for advice.
听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. A basketball game. A. A club. A. Exciting
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B. A volleyball game. B. A stadium B. Dangerous .
C. A football game. C. A meeting. C. Unbelievable
12. Where did the man go to last night? 13. What did the audience think of the game?
听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. What does the woman think of the pink dress? A. very cheap A. White . A. a leather one B. very dull B. Purple B. a light one C. of good quality C. Black C. an expensive one 15. What color of the sweater does the man recommend? 16. What kind of jacket does the woman want ? 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What was Professor Rudd’s trouble? A. lack of confidence B. lack of intelligence . C. absent-mindedness 18. What did the professor decided to do one hot summer day? A. Visit his children who live near the beach. B. Have a holiday with his children on the beach. C. Take his children to visit his friend in a seaside town. 19. What happened to the professor when he arrived at the station? A. he couldn’t contact his friend. C. he couldn’t remember the destination. 20. Why did the professor come back home for the 2nd time? A. he forgot his friend’s address. B. he lost the paper his wife had given him. C. he forgot to take the train tickets with him. 第二部分：阅读理解（ 共 2 节，满分 40 分） 第一节（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分） A Welcome to the Electronic Village to explore new ways of language teaching and learning. B. He couldn’t find his train tickets.
Electronic Village Program (Thursday, June 18, 2015) Nearpod ? 9:00 am to 10:00 am ? Room 501 Nearpod is a software program that creates a rich context (语境) for students to learn vocabulary. The presenter will show how to use it. TEO ? 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm ? Room 502 Our students come from different backgrounds but have the same desire to learn on-line. The presenter will use examples from his first on-line class to explain how any teacher can begin teaching
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on-line with TEO. Kahoot ? 10:30 am to 11:30 am ? Room 601 Kahoot software can be used to create Prezi ? 3:30 pm to 4:20 pm ? Room 602 Uses of Prezi in listening and speaking
grammar tests which can be graded on a courses draw students' attention to speaking network. It can provide students with instant feedback (反馈), including reports about their strengths and weaknesses. 21. Nearpod can be used to ______. A. offer grammar tests C. help vocabulary learning B. teach listening on-line D. gain fluency in speaking more fluently. The presenter will show how students can use Prezi to confidently present on a variety of topics, including introducing family, friends, and hobbies.
22. If you want to improve your speaking skills, you can go to____________. A. Room 501 B. Room 502 C. Room 602 D. Room 601
23. A teacher who wants to learn on-line teaching is expected to arrive by ______. A. 9:00 am B. 10:30 am C. 3:30 pm D. 2:00 pm B I hated dinner parties. But I decided to give them another shot because I'm in London. And my friend Mallery invited me. And because dinner parties in London are very different from those back in New York. There, '―I’m having a dinner party' means: "I'm booking a table for 12 at a restaurant you can't afford and we'll be sharing the checque evenly, no matter what you eat." Worse, in Manhattan there is always someone who leaves before the bill arrives. They'll throw down cash, half of what they owe, and then people like me, who don’t drink, end up paying even more. But if I try to use the same trick, the hostess will shout: "Where are you going?" And it's not like I can say I have somewhere to go: everyone knows I have nowhere to go. But in London, dinner parties are in people's homes. Not only that, the guests are an interesting mix. The last time I went to one, the guests were from France, India. Denmark and Nigeria; it was like a gathering at the United Nations in New York. The mix is less striking. It's like a gathering at Bloomingdale's, a well-known department store.
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For New Yorkers, talking about other parts of the world means Brooklyn and Queens in New York. But at Mallery's, when I said that I had been to Myanmar recently, people knew where it was. In New York people would think it was a usual new club 24. What does the word "shot" in Paragraph 1 probably mean? A. Choice. B. Try C. Style. D. Goal
25. What does the writer dislike most about dinner parties in New York? A There is a strange mix of people. C. The bill is not fairly shared. B. The restaurants are expensive. D. People have to pay cash
26. What does the author think of the parties in London? A. A bit unusual B．Full of tricks. C．Less costly. D More interesting.
27. What is the author's opinion of some New Yorkers from her experience？ A. Easy-going. B. Self-centred. C Too much TV-watching can harm children’s ability to learn and even reduce their chances of getting a college degree, new studies suggest in the latest effort to examine the effects of television on children. One of the studies looked at nearly 400 northern California third-graders. Those with TVs in their bedrooms scored about eight points lower on math and language arts tests than children without bedroom TVs. A second study ,looking at nearly 1000 grown-ups in New Zealand, found lower education levels among 26-year –olds who had watched lots of TV during childhood. But the results don’t prove that TV is the cause and don't rule out that already poorly motivated youngsters (年轻人）may watch lots of TV. Their study measured the TV habits of 26-year-olds between ages5 and 15. These with college degrees had watched an average of less than two hours of TV per week night during childhood, compared with an average of more than 2 1/2 hours for those who had no education beyond high school. In the California study, children with TVs in their rooms but no computer at home scored the lowest while those with no bedroom TV but who had home computers scored the highest. While this study does not prove that bedroom TV sets caused the lower scores, it adds to accumulating findings that children shouldn't have TVs in their bedrooms 28. According to the California study, the low-scoring group might _________. A. have watched a lot of TV
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B. not be interested in math
C. be unable to go to college
D. have had computers in their bedrooms
29. What is the researchers' understanding of the New Zealand study results? A. Poorly motivated 26-year-olds watch more TV. B. Habits of TV watching reduce learning interest. C. TV watching leads to lower education levels of the 15-year-olds. D. The connection between TV and education levels is difficult to explain 31. What can we learn from the last two paragraphs? A. More time should be spent on computers. B. Children should be forbidden from watching TV. C. 'IV sets shouldn't be allowed in children's bedrooms, D. Further studies on high-achieving students should be done 32. What would be the best title for this text? A. Computers or Television C. Studies on TV and College Education D If you think that running marathons will help you live a long and healthy life，new research may come as a shock．According to a recent scientific study，people who do a very strenuous workout are as likely to die as people who do no exercise at all． Scientists in Denmark have been studying over 1， 000 joggers （慢跑者） and non-joggers for 12 years． The death rates（率） from the sample group suggest that people who jog at a moderate(适合的) pace two or three times a week for less than two and a half hours in total are least likely to die． The best speed to jog at was found to be about 5 miles per hour．The research suggests that people who jog more than three times a week or at higher speeds of over 7 mph die at the same rate as non-joggers．The scientists think that this is because strenuous exercise causes structural changes to the heart and arteries(动脉)．Over time， this can cause serious injuries． Peter Schnohr，a researcher in Copenhagen，said，―If your goal is to decrease（减少） risk of death and improve life expectancy， jogging a few times a week at a moderate pace is a good strategy （策略） ． Anything more is not just unnecessary，and it may be harmful．‖ The implications（含义） of this are that moderate forms of exercise such as tai chi，yoga and brisk walking
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B. Effects of Television on Children D. Television and Children's Learning Habits
may be better for us than ―iron man‖ events，triathlons（三项全能） and long-distance running and cycling．According to Jacob Louis Marott，another researcher in the study，―You don’t actually have to do that much to have a good impact（影响） on your health．And perhaps you shouldn’t actually do too much‖． 32．The underlined word ―strenuous‖ in Paragraph l is closest in meaning to―___________‖． A．hard B．regular C．practical D．flexible（灵活的）
33．The author presents some figures in Paragraph 2 to ___________． A．suggest giving up jogging C．provide supportive evidence（证据） B．show risks of doing sports D．introduce the research process（过程）
34．According to the scientists，why is too much exercise harmful？ A．It may injure the heart and arteries． C．It will bring much pressure． 35．What can be inferred from the text？ A．No exercise at all is the best choice． B．More exercise means a healthier life． B．It can make the body tired out． D．It consumes too much energy．
C．Marathons runners are least likely to die． D．Proper exercise contributes to good health． 第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。有两项为多余选项。 Weight loss is a hard topic. Lots of people aren’t satisfied with their present weight，but most people aren’t sure how to change it. You may want to look like the models or actors in magazines or on TV，but those goals might not be healthy or realistic for you. 37 to a doctor or a dietitian(营养学家). 39 38 36 So what should you do about your weight control? The best way to find out if you are at a healthy weight or if you need to lose or gain weight is to talk If it turns out that you can benefit from weight loss , then you can
follow a few of the simple suggestions listed below to get started. People who lose weight quickly by crash dieting or other extreme measures usually gain back all of the pounds they lost，because they haven’t permanently(永久地) changed their habits. Therefore，the best weight management ways are those that you can maintain(保持)for a lifetime. Small changes are a lot easier to stick with(坚持) than large ones. Try reducing the size of what you eat. 40 Once you have that done，start gradually introducing healthier foods and exercise into your life. It’s a good idea to maintain a healthy weight because it’s just that：healthy. A. Try giving up regular soda for a week. B. Weight management is about long-term success. C. Try to pay attention as you eat and stop when you’re full. D. Besides，no magical diet will make you look like someone else. E. Changing from whole to nonfat or low-fat milk is also a good idea.
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F. Being healthy is really about being at a weight that is right for you. G. They will compare your weight with healthy standards and help you set goals. 第三部分：英语知识运用 一节： 完形填空（共 20 题；每题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） Another person’s enthusiasm was what set me moving toward the success I have achieved. That person was my stepmother. I was nine years old when she entered our home in rural Virginia. My father__41__me to her with these words: ―I would like you to meet the fellow who is___42 probably start throwing rocks at you no ___43 My stepmother walked over to me, ___44 for being the worst boy in this county and will
than tomorrow morning.‖ my head slightly upward, and looked me right in the eye. Then .This is not the worst boy at all, ___46 the smartest one
she looked at my father and replied, ―You are ___45
who hasn’t yet found an outlet（释放的途径）for his enthusiasm.‖ That statement began a(n) ___47 had built me up in my ___48 between us. No one had ever called me smart, my family and neighbors
as a bad boy. My stepmother changed all that. my father to go to a dental school, from which he graduated with and my
She changed many things. She ___49
honors. She moved our family into the county seat, where my father’s career could be more ___50 brother and I could be better___51 .
When I turned fourteen, she bought me a secondhand___52
and told me that she believed that I could and
become a writer. I knew her ernthusiasm,I___53 it had already improved our lives. I accepted her ___54 began to write for local newspapers. I was doing the same kind of___55
that great day I went to interview beneficiary (受
Andrew Carnegie and received the task which became my life’s work later. I wasn’t the ___56 益者).My father became the ___57 lawyer, and a college president. What power __58
man in town. My brother and stepbrothers became a physician, a dentist, a
has! When that power is released to support the certainty of one’s purpose and is ___59
strengthened by faith, it becomes an irresistible （不可抗拒的） force which poverty and temporary defeat can never ___60 .
You can communicate that power to anyone who needs it. This is probably the greatest work you can do with your enthusiasm. 41.A. rushed B. sent C. carried D. introduced w. k#s5_u.c o*m
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42.A. distinguished 43. A. sooner 44. A. dragged 45. A. perfect 46. A. but 47. A. agreement 48. A. opinion 49. A. begged 50. A. successful 51. A. treated 52. A. camera 53. A. considered 54. A. belief 55. A. teaching om 56. A. next 57. A. cleverest 58. A. enthusiasm 59. A. deliberately 60. A. win
B. favored B. later B. shook B. right B. so B. friendship B. image B. persuaded B. meaningful B. entertained B. radio B. suspected B. request B. writing
C. mistaken C. longer C. raised C. wrong C. and C. gap C. expectation C. ordered C. helpful C. educated C. bicycle C. ignored C. criticism C. studying
D. rewarded D. earlier D. bent D. impolite D. or D. relationship D. mind D. invited D. useful D. respected D. typewriter D. appreciated D. description D. reading w. k#s5_u.c
B. same B. wealthiest B. sympathy B. happily B. match
C. only C. strongest C. fortune C. traditionally C. reach
D. real D. healthiest D. confidence D. constantly D. doubt
第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分45分） 第二节（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） 阅读下面材料，在空白处填入适当的内容（不多于 3 个单词）或括号内单词的正确形式。 When Jack was a small boy, he was once asked to give a speech about ―A Big Challenge(挑战) in My Life‖. To talk before the whole class, he was __61__ (terrible) shy as soon as he thought of so many eyes __62___(stare) at him. He had no other___63___ (choose), though. First Jack was to draft(打草稿) the speech, which was just a piece of cake for him because he was a good writer, But the hard part __64___ (lie) in his oral presentation(展示),
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for it was not allowed to read from the paper. He had to give the speech __65___ his memory and in front of such a big audience(观众)! A real trial(考验) began when Jack stood on the platform with his legs __66___(tremble 颤抖) and his mind blank(空白). How much time had passed by, he didn’t know. His listeners were still waiting patiently and without any signs of laughing. Gradually he found __67__ (him) back, giving out his speech without much difficulty. After what seemed to be a hundred years, he found the audience applauding. He made___68__! From then on, his fear of talking before an audience disappeared. Actually with his confidence built up, Jack now turns out to be a great speaker. As we know, the greater difficulty we meet on our way to ___69___(succeed), the ___70____likely we will be to achieve(实现) our goals. 第三部分：写作（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节：短文改错 增加：在缺词处加一个漏词符号（∧），并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉。 修改：在错的词下画一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意：1．每处错误及其修改均仅限一词； 2．只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不计分。 This morning I went to a shoes shop to buy a pair of new shoes. When I got there, I noticed a foreign lady talk to a salesgirl. But the salesgirls didn’t understand that foreigner was saying. They both looked worrying. I went up to help them. The lady is Australian. She wanted to buy a pair of traveling shoes. So I told that to the salesgirl. The lady was very much glad when she took it. She sings high praise for my spoken English. All of them expressed their thanks to me. I felt happy that I expressed myself free in English. 第二节：书面表达（满分 25 分） Read the instructions(指导、说明) carefully and then finish the writing. Think of two cities you know well, and you can’t help thinking of your hometown---Dalian and Xiamen in Fujian Province. Please write a short passage about some of the following features: (at least three features should be included), the beginning of the passage has been given. The total number of it should be within 110. * population *climate *industry *location *tourism *transport
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阅读：21--23 CCD 36—40 DFGBA
46—5 0 ABDBA
51—5 5 CDDAB
56—6 0 CBADB
语篇填空：61. terribly 68. it 69. success
66. trembling 67. himself
3.that—what 7. it—them
4. worrying—worried 8.sings—sang
5. Australian—an Australian 6. 删 much 9. All—Both 10. free—freely
Possible version How are my hometown-- Dalian and Xiamen in Fujian similar?
they are both medium-sized cities of between 600,000 and 700,000 inhabitants, which both have universities and industries. Tourism is especially important to both of them and they are both close to the broad sea with many beautiful tourist attractions, such as Dalian Ocean Park, Bird Singing Woods, the Wuyi Mountains and Gulangyu Island in Xiamen and at the same time they are modern cities with high buildings, too. Every summer tourists are pouring in and out of the two cities, making the cities too crowded. And honestly speaking, this disturbs the life of inhabitants. However, as a native of Dalian, I’m proud of my hometown and love it very much.
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