英 语 试 卷
第一部分：听力（共两节，满分 30 分）
第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分）
听下面 5 段对话。每段对话
后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项， 并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每 段对话仅读一遍。 1. What are the speakers talking about? A. A play. A. A librarian. A. By car. B. A movie. B. A secretary. B. By ship. C. A DVD. C. A shop assistant. C. By plane. 2. What does the woman probably do? 3. How will the speakers go to London? 4. Why do the speakers decide not to go home this weekend? A. They will take a mid-term exam next week. B. They just visited home last week. C. They can go home next month. 5. What does the man think of the woman’s black silk dress? A. It looks quite old. B. It will be good for the party. C. It is her newest dress.
第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分）
听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选 出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个小题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 请听下面一段对话，回答第 6、7 题。 6. How do the sweat bees guard their nest? A. By using their sense of hearing. B. By using their sense of sight. C. By using their sense of smell. 7. What are the bees most particular about?
A. Who enters their nest.
B. Who guards their nest.
C. How to enter another nest.
请听下面一段对话，回答第 8、9 题。 8. Why does the man make the call? A. To make an appointment with Dr. Rebecca. B. To thank Dr. Rebecca for cleaning his teeth. C. To cancel an appointment with Dr. Rebecca. 9. When will the man have a meeting? A. On the afternoon of the 21st. B. On the afternoon of the 22nd. C. On the afternoon of the 23rd. 请听下面一段对话，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. What is on at the Star Cinema? A. A cowboy film. A. From a poster. A. The man. B. A war film. B. From a magazine. B. The woman. C. A cartoon. C. From a newspaper. C. The woman’s mom. 11. Where did the man learn that the comedy was being shown at the King Cinema? 12. Who cares most about the leading actor and actress in a film? 请听下面一段对话，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What do we know about the suite? A. It’s available on the 2nd. B. It doesn’t have a bathroom. C It has a poor view of the city. 14. How much will the man pay for his room? A. 400 yuan. A. His passport number. C. His Chinese name. 16. What does the woman ask the man to do? A. Check out before 3 pm the following day. B. Call them if he changes his plans to stay in the inn. C. Not ask her for any discount. 请听下面一段独白，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Who is John most probably? A. A visitor to the museum. B. An expert on painting. C. A guard at the museum. B. 380 yuan. C. 230 yuan. 15. What is the last thing the man tells the woman? B. His phone number.
18. What did the director do the next day? A. He checked whether the painting was a stolen one. B. He hung the painting in his new office. C .He invited some experts to see the painting. 19. How did the director feel after he heard what the experts said? A. Surprised. B. Worried. C. Proud. 20. Why was the woman certain that the painting belonged to her son? A. She saw her son paint it a few weeks ago. B. She knew her son’s name was on it. C. She helped her son finish it at home.
第二部分：阅读理解（共两节, 满分 40 分） 第一节（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 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。
He was once referred to as the Picasso of poetry. Beloved by Chileans of all classes, he is one of the most widely read and respected poets in history. And this year is the 100th birthday of Pablo Neruda(1904—1973)． Born with the name Neftali Ricardo Reyes Basolto, he was a tall, shy and lonely boy. He loved to read and started to write poetry when he was ten. The American poet Walt Whitman, whose framed picture Neruda later kept on his table became a major influence on his work. However, his father did not like the idea of having a poet for a son and tried to discourage him from writing. To cover up (掩饰) the publication of his first poem, he took the pen name Pablo Neruda. In 1924 Neruda gained fame with his most widely read work ―Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair.‖ Yet his rich experience as a diplomat and exile(流犯) made him go beyond the theme of love. His work also reflected the political struggle of the left and development of South America. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971. Neruda loved the sea which he saw as creative, destructive and forever moving. He found inspiration in the power and freedom of the waves and the seabirds on the coast. ―I need the sea because it teaches me,‖ he wrote. ―I move in the university of the waves.‖ He loved how the sea forever renewed itself, a renewal echoed in his work. 21. The underlined word ―Picasso‖ can probably be replaced by―________‖． A. most important person B. famous person from Picasso C. freedom fighter in Picasso D. poem fans 22. Neftali Ricardo Reyes Basolto took the pen name Pablo Neruda because________. A. literary greats usually used the pen name B. his father encouraged him to use the name C. he wanted to prevent his father knowing the publication D. he was greatly influenced by other poets
23. Which of the following is not the theme of his works? A. Love. B. Political struggle. C. Social reform. D. Development of South America. 24. The last paragraph mainly tells us________. A. the sea gave Neruda vast writing inspiration B. the beautiful scenery along the Chile coast C. Neruda's poems were widely read overseas D. Neruda loved to write his poems near the sea
British MPs (国会议员) have voted in favour of the creation of babies with DNA from two women and one man, in a historic move. The UK is now set to become the first country to introduce laws to allow the creation of babies from three people. In a free vote in the Commons, 382 MPs were in favour and 128 against the technique that stops genetic diseases being passed from mother to child. During the debate, ministers said the technique was ―light at the end of a dark tunnel‖ for families. A further vote is required in the House of Lords. If everything goes ahead then the first such baby could be born next year. Supporters said it was ―good news for progressive medicine‖ but critics say they will continue to fight against the technique that they say raises too many ethical (伦理的) and safety concerns. Estimates suggest 150 three-person babies could be born each year. Prime Minister David Cameron said: ―We're not playing god here; we're just making sure that two parents who want a healthy baby can have one.‖ The method, which was developed in Newcastle, should help women like Sharon Bernadi, from Sunderland, who lost all seven of her children to mitochondrial (线 粒体的) disease. Ms Bernadi said she was ―overwhelmed‖ by the decision. Mitochondria are the tiny compartments (隔间) inside nearly every cell of the body that transform food into useable energy. They have their own DNA, which does not affect characteristics such as appearance. Defective mitochondria are passed down only from the mother. They can lead to brain damage, muscle wasting, heart failure and blindness. The technique uses a modified version to combine the DNA of the two parents with the healthy mitochondria of a donor woman. It results in babies with 0.1% of their DNA from the second woman and is a permanent change that would be passed down through the generations. 25. According to the passage, which of the following statements is NOT true? A. The new technique is intended to provide the parents a healthy baby. B. The mitochondrial disease can lead to various fatal illnesses. C. Britain is the first country to have created three-person babies. D. All of Ms Bernadi’s children died of a genetic disease. 26. The underlined word ―defective‖ is closest to the meaning of ________. A. strangely-made B. normally developed C. functioning perfectly D. not functioning properly 27. It can be inferred from the passage that ________. A. Mitochondria are inside nearly every cell that change food into useable energy B. DNA of Mitochondria can affect a person’s appearance C. in medical science ethical factors should be taken into consideration D. the donor woman’s DNA will not be found in the three-person baby
28. Prime Minister David Cameron _________ the creation of such babies. A. is in favour of B. throws doubt on C. objects to D. is indifferent to
The Gold Coast Wax(蜡)Museum is one of the Gold Coast’s longest running attractions. It’s a collection of famous figures. It’s Australia’s largest museum of its kind, featuring more than 110 life-size copies of wax figures of British and Australian History． The Wax Museum is visited by many thousands of the people each year who are amazed at the amazing realism of the life-size figures in real costumes. This is your invitation to wander through at your leisure and meet many important and famous people’s figures on Queensland’s Gold Coast． Come face to face with such famous people as Michael Jackson, President Barack Obama ，Past President John F. Kennedy, King Hussein’s Royal Family members, and many others whose lives have all left an unforgettable mark on our world. Information cards are located alongside each figure, helping visitors know them well． The old Coast Wax Museum contains figures which have been crafted by leading local and overseas sculptors to international standards’ equal in quality to the world’s best, as seen in Europe, the United Kingdom, and USA. The detail in the figures is amazing and includes hair applied one strand(线)at a time, requiring many working hours for one hand and the eyes so real that they seem to follow the viewer around． Price Child (1～3 yrs): free Child (3-~12 yrs): $22.00 Adult: $29.00 Open hours Open 7 days a week, 10 am to 10 pm Closed Christmas Day (25 Dec.) and Anzac Day (25 Apr.) Location Ferny Ave, Surfers Paradise (Gold Coast) QLD How to get there You can choose any of the Gold Coast airport transfers, car rentals, shuttles and private transfers to／ from your hotel． Notice to visitors ●All carried items including food and drinks will be inspected upon entry． ●Coats, umbrellas, etc. should be left in the checkrooms (行李寄存处) (max size 40×40×50 cm and max weight 8 kg). ●The checkroom is to the left of the Main entrance (￡1.50 per item)． ●When maximum checkrooms capacity is reached the Museum cannot accept any more items． ●Bring your sense of adventure and your camera with you and see something exciting and quite unique． For further information, please click here to see more about gold coast wax-museum／contact Us Page． 29. According to the passage, visitors can______ . A. visit the Gold Coast Wax Museum anytime B. enjoy some world-class vivid wax works in the Gold Coast Wax Museum
C. see many members of the Royal Family in person in the Gold Coast Wax Museum D. meet many leading local and international sculptors in the Gold Coast Wax Museum 30. If a couple and their 10-year-old son want to visit the Gold Coast Wax Museum, they may pay_______. A. $58 B. $68 C. $80 D. $87 31. When people come to visit this exhibition, they________. A. should have all their carried items checked at the entrance B. can leave their carried items in the checkrooms free of charge C. can take all their carried items with them without inspection D. should leave all their carried items in the checkrooms upon entry
Students in American schools learn from an early age to give presentations(演讲) as part of their regular classroom activities. Children as young as five years old often give brief talks about objects they bring in to school – called ―show and tell,‖ and this training is a basis for later public speaking. Even so, many native English-speaking adults are afraid to speak or give presentations in front of a large group. Speaking English in public meetings is necessary for many students and employees. The best way to improve is to practice public speaking in a friendly environment. Learners need to receive feedback about what they are doing well and about their mistakes. One group that gives members the chance to practice is Toastmasters. Toastmasters is an international organization that holds weekly meetings. At the meetings, members each give a speech and give others advice about their speeches and speaking style. Charles LeBeau is a public speaking professor and consultant. He began his career in Japan in 1982. Currently, he teaches at two universities and at the Toshiba International Training Center. He has also written books on the subject. English language learners around the world use his book Speaking of Speech. Speaking of Speech tells about a method of teaching public speaking for non-native speakers. Mr. LeBeau says a simple approach helps English learners. ―The approach that I’ve taken is to simplify and break it down. First if we look at a presentation, what’s going on, there are basically three messages that the presenter is giving the audience, all simultaneously(同 时). There’s what I call the physical message. Physical message is basically body language. It’s the way that my body, as a speaker, is talking to the audience. And then there’s also the visual message. The visual messages are the slides that we now make and show the audience. The third message is the story message. The story message is the content of our presentation. So another way we can think of the story messages is that it’s the verbal message, and it’s what we say to the audience. The story message also includes how we organize our ideas to present to the audience,‖ LeBeau said. 32. Which of the following statements is true? A. The best way to improve is to practice public speaking in an unfriendly environment. B. Toastmasters is an international organization that holds meetings every two weeks. C. Only non-native English-speaking adults are afraid to give presentations in front of a large group. D. At the meetings of Toastmasters, members give not only a speech but also advice. 33. What are the three messages given in Mr. LeBeau’s simple approach that helps English learners? a. the physical message b. the visual message c. the story message d. the verbal message e. the basically body language
A. a b c B. b c d C. a b e D. c d e 34. The book Speaking of Speech by Charles LeBeau is mainly intended for___________. A. children as young as five years old B. non-native English speakers C. native English speakers only D. students in American schools 35. Which could be the best title for this passage? A. Necessity of Speaking English in Public Meetings B. Toastmasters, an international organization C. Tips for Public Speaking D. Charles LeBeau, a public speaking professor and consultant
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。选项中有两项为多余选项。 The attraction of television is undeniable when it comes to kids. 36 Here are guidelines we created to help us decide what’s appropriate for our family: Monitor television time. Choosing good shows isn’t a big issue if you’re not watching a lot of television, so really the best solution to finding appropriate television is saying, ―Go play.‖ 37 Don’t trust network ratings. A kid-approved stamp given by a television network is a general guide that doesn’t take into account your parenting style and the things your family feels are important. 38 There are plenty of adult cartoon shows on television now, many with highly inappropriate topics. 39 The bottom line is, I want to know what my kids are watching, and if the TV is on my time in our home, I want to first approve of the show ahead of time, and second to watch it with my kids so that I’m aware of anything they might be seeing that needs intervention(干涉). Talk about the show with your kids. As kids get older, we realize that we can’t shelter them from every single person/show/behavior that doesn’t fit exactly with our values. They’re going to hear a swear word from time to time—and might walk into the room while the characters in the romantic comedy we’re watching are kissing. 40 A. If it doesn’t feel good, turn it off. B. And be aware of cartoons! C. We can talk about what we see, though, using story-lines to teach lessons when possible. D. The standard for what our kids can watch might be difficult to set. E. But how do you choose which shows are appropriate for the younger set? F. Watch TV with them. G. Still, a little bit of television doesn’t hurt and can be fun.
第三部分:英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节：完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分）
阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳 选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Are Mobile Phones Taking Over Our Lives? I recently visited London and traveled on the tube while I was there. Apart from the people 41 , almost everybody else was on their phones, and because of the nature of the tube, it is difficult not to see 42 what they are all doing. Of course, being 43 it is difficult to get any signal, which rules out texting or using the Internet, 44 there is still plenty you can use your phones for. People were playing 45 ,
reading articles and listening to music, and I’m sure that as soon as they 46 from the train station they would start texting, calling or checking their emails. There is a constant 47 to everyone in the world, 48 you have a mobile phone in your hand. Recently, my smart-phone broke and had to be 49 to the warehouse for 50 for a week or so. In the meantime I had to use a really 51 , basic phone just to keep in touch with my family and friends. All I could do on this phone was send 52 , make calls and play one game. And I loved it. I loved being free from the Internet, and I really didn’t mind not having constant 53 about what my friends were doing or what the latest celebrity story was. It was quite 54 and it allowed me to spend more time 55 my surroundings—I could 56 my time in London more, for example, and I could watch the people around me and really see what was going on. 57 , I knew that as soon as I got my smart-phone back I would be one of those people once again, 58 to finding out what everyone is doing and 59 my time playing games or checking social network sites. Perhaps I should just go back to using the basic phone and 60 I ever got my smart-phone back... 41. A. present B. asleep C. disabled D. opposite 42. A. exactly B. carefully C. immediately D. sensitively 43. A. crowded B. faraway C. outdoors D. underground 44. A. and B. but C. so D. or 45. A. cards B. records C. games D. jokes 46. A. survived B. differed C. suffered D. emerged 47. A. approach B. connection C. access D. communication 48. A. as far as B. as long as C. as soon as D. as well as 49. A. given away B. left behind C. sent off D. sold out 50. A. change B. recycle C. repair D. use 51. A. cheap B. familiar C. modern D. old 52. A. e-mails B. massages C. photos D. signals 53. A. actions B. worries C. updates D. complaints 54. A. boring B. embarrassing C. inspiring D. refreshing 55. A. getting across B. looking after C. taking in D. thinking about 56. A. cost B. enjoy C. waste D. save 57. A. However B. Instead C. Otherwise D. Therefore 58. A. opposed B. equal C. addicted D. blind 59. A. burdening B. devoting C. sparing D. wasting 60. A. insist B. forget C. deny D. admit
第 II 卷
注意：将答案写在答题卡上。写在本试卷上无效。 第三部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） (共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分, 满分 15 分)
阅读下面材料，根据上下文在空白处填入适当的内容（1 个单词）或所提供单词的正确形式。 It’s one way for a weasel (黄鼠狼) to get around: taking a ride on the back of a woodpecker (啄木鸟) . In fact, the picture shows the bird’s fight 61 life
after the flesh-eating weasel jumped onto its back and attacked it. The extraordinary picture was taken by Martin Le-May, an amateur 62 (photograph) who was out walking with his wife in Hornchurch Country Park, Essex. ―As we walked we heard a painful noise and I saw the flash of green,‖ said Mr Le-May, 52. ―We trained our telescope and it occurred that the woodpecker was 63 （natural） jumping about like it was standing 64 a hot surface. The bird was about 50m away from us and took off just as I lifted the camera up. Originally, I 65 (think) I was just taking 66 picture of a green woodpecker flying. Then I realized it had 67 on its back. Suddenly it was obvious it had a small creature on its back and this was a struggle for life.‖ The bird was around two meters off the ground when Mr. Le-May caught it on camera. Happily, it managed 68 (shake) off the weasel and fly up into the trees. The picture became a hot topic when it was circulated on social media, with some Twitter users 69 (say) it could not be real. 70 Matt Binstead, head keeper at the British Wildlife Centre, said: ―You can tell it’s a real photograph‖.
第四部分：写作（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节：短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分）
假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文，请你修改你同桌的以下作文。文中共有 10 处语 言错误，每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（∧），并在其下面写上该加的词。删除：把多余的词用斜线 （＼）划掉。修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在其下面写上修改后的词。 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。 With more and more cars come into our families, we are happy that it has greatly improved our life. But unlucky, it has also brought many problems, such heavy traffic and traffic accidents. Traffic safety is everybody’s business. We must obey the rules. For examples, we must walk on the sidewalks. When we cross zebra–crossing, stop and look right and left, and then go across fast. Don’t play the football on the road. Beside, we can tell our parents not to drink before we drive, not to run through red lights, not to use cell-phones while driven etc. We can say cars are coming into our life, but only when everybody thought traffic safety is his or her business can we be safe driving on roads and walk on sidewalks.
第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分）
随着中国人生活水平的提高，选择到国外去旅行已成为中国人盛行的度假方式之一。但是，有 些中国旅行者的不文明行为却给广大的中国人丢尽了脸，如乱丢垃圾、在景区乱写乱画、在公共场 所大声喧哗、大声接打手机、在飞机上大打出手等等。请以“ Be a Civilized Chinese”为题目， 写一篇英语稿件，投给 China Daily. 注意：词数 100 左右。 开头已经给出，不计入总词数。 Be a Civilized Chinese With the improvement of Chinese people’s living standard, ________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________
一、听力部分：1-5 ACCAB 6-10 CAABB 11-15 CAACB 16-20 BCACB 二、阅读理解：21-24 ACCA 25-28 CDCA 29-31 BCA 32-35 DABC 三、七选五：36-40 EGBFC 四、完形填空：41-45 BADBC 46-50 DBBCC 51-55 DBCDC 56-60 BACDB 五、语法填空：
61. for 62.photographer 63. unnaturally 64. on 65.thought 66. a 67.something 68.to shake 69.saying 70.But 六、短文改错： With more and more cars come into our families, we are happy that it has greatly improved our coming life. But unlucky, it has also brought many problems, such∧ heavy traffic and traffic accidents. unluckily as Traffic safety is everybody's business. We must obey the rules. For examples, we must walk on the example sidewalks. When we cross zebra – crossing, stop and look right and left, and then go across fast. Don’t play the football on the road. Beside, we can tell our parents not to drink before we drive, Besides they not to run through red lights, not to use cell-phones while driven etc. driving We can say cars are coming into our life, but only when everybody thought traffic safety is thinks his or her business can we be safe driving on roads and walk on sidewalks. walking
七、书面表达： （one possible version）
Be a Civilized Chinese With the improvement of Chinese people’s living standard, more and more people choose to travel abroad as a way of spending their holidays. However, some tourists have uncivilized behavior when they are traveling abroad, which greatly makes all of us Chinese ashamed. For example, when they visit some world famous places of interest, they litter here and there. What’s worse, some even carve their names on the trees or statues. Besides, some tourists talk loudly in public places with each other or on their mobile-phones. Worst of all, some passengers on board even fight against each other or with the air-hostesses just because of some inconvenience. These actions show the low quality of some tourists. As far as I am concerned, it’s the duty of every Chinese to protect the environment and public facilities, no matter where we are traveling. Only in this way can we be civilized Chinese who will win respect from all over the world.