2013 年全国中学生英语能力竞赛（NEPCS）决赛 高三年级组试题
（总分：150 分 答题时间：120 分钟）
听力部分（共三大题，记 30 分） I. Responses (句子应答)（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，记 5 分） Please listen to the following five sentences and choose
the best response to each one you hear. Each sentence will be read only once.(请听句子， 然后选出一个能够恰当应答你所听到的句子的最佳选项。 每个句子只读一遍。 ) （答案涂在答题纸上） 1. A. I'd rather walk. I need some exercise. B. Go ahead. That's all right with me. C. Sure. Go straight for two blocks. Then turn left. D. I'm afraid I'm not going that way. 2. A. He doesn't have time to meet you. B. Let's say two afternoons a week. C. The sports meet is at two o'clock. D. She'll see you on Monday. 3. A. You may ask Mother about them. B. I bought them yesterday. C. I borrowed them from the library. D. They're about good health. 4. A. My pleasure. I will go with you to the concert. B. Take it easy. It's very kind of you to do so. C. Forget it. I won't go with you to the supermarket. D. Thanks, but I promised Mary I'd go with her. 5. A. There is too much delicious food for me to eat. B. Who knows? I'm always asked to do something at the last minute. C. My father has no time to talk with you this morning. D. I like my new job very much because my office isn't far from my house. II. Dialogues(对话理解)（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，记 10 分） A) Please listen to the following five mini-dialogues. Each dialogue is followed by a question. Choose the best answer or picture for each question. Each dialogue and question will be read twice . (请听下面五组对话， 每组 对话后有一个问题， 根据你所听到的对话内容， 选择能回答所提问的最佳选项。 每组对话和问题均读两遍。 ) (答案涂在答题纸上) 6．
7. A. Visit China. B. Find her luggage. C. Book an international flight. D. Buy some newspapers. 8. A. Upstairs. B. Down the corridor on the man's left. C. Next to a reading room. D. On the third floor. 9. A. Because the tickets were all sold out. B. Because there were no people working there. C. Because the man asked too many questions. D. Because there was something wrong with the-line. 10. A. The postman. B. Mr. Brown. C. Mrs. Brown. D. Mr. Brown's son. B) Listen to the following dialogue and choose the best answer to each question. The dialogue will be read twice.(请听下面一段对话，选择能回答下列问题的最佳选项。对话读两遍。) (答案涂在答题纸上) 11. Where does the man work? A. At a public school. B. At a supermarket. C. At a job agency. D. At a post office. 12. What's the relationship between Lisa and Lauren? A. Teacher and student. B. Doctor and patient. C. Manager and ex-employee. D. Waitress and customer.
13. Why can Lisa not answer the phone now? A. Because she is attending a meeting. B. Because it's her assistant's job to answer the phone. C. Because something is wrong with her phone. D. Because she is watching a movie. 14. Which of the following is the man's mobile number? A. 0124 576 277. B. 0412 556 207. C. 0412 567 702. D. 0421 566 270. 15. What-does the man expect Lisa to do ? A. Email him and write a reference. B. Phone him and give him some information. C. Attend a party that he is going to hold. D. Give him lots of information on getting a good job. III. Passages(短文理解)（共 10 小题；16-20 每小题 1 分，21-25 每小题 2 分计 15 分） A) Listen to the following material and choose the best answer to each question according to the material you hear. The material will be read twice. (请听下面一段材料，根据你所听到的内容，选择能回答所提问的最佳 选项。材料读两遍。) (答案涂在答题纸上) 16. When did Marie move to Paris with her mother? A. In 1761. B. In1767. C. In 1770. D. In 1794. 17. From whom did Marie learn how to make wax models? A. Dr Curtius. B. Her mother. C. Her assistant. D. Mr Tussaud. 18. How long did Marie travel around Great Britain with her collection? A. For 12 years. B. For 30 years C. For 33 years. D. For 74 years. 19. Where did Marie build a permanent wax museum? A. In Paris. B. In London. C In Hong Kong. D. In New York. 20. What happened to Tussaud's wax museum in 19257? A. Some thieves stole the waxworks. B it was sold to the government. C. It was pulled down and rebuilt. D. A fire destroyed almost all of its works. B) Please listen to the following material, and fill in the blanks according to the material you hear with one or two words. The material will be read twice. (请听下面一段材料，根据你所听到的材料内容填空，每空填一到 两个单词。材料读两遍。) (答案涂在答题纸上)
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I. 笔试部分（共七大题，计 120 分） I. Multiple-choice(选择填空) (共 15 小题，每小题 1 分，计 15 分) For each of the following sentences or dialogues, there are four choices, marked A, B, C, and D. Please
choose the answer that best completes the sentence.(下列各句或对话均含有 A,B, C,D 四个选项中，请从四个 选项中选出可以完成该句或对话的最佳选项。) (答案涂在答题纸上) 26. our records, the books you have borrowed should now be returned to the library. A. According to B. On account of C. In addition to D. Thanks to 27. Mr. Wang made up his mind to all he could his oral English before going abroad. A. expose; improve B. donate; to improve C. draw; improving D. devote; to improving 28. The house rent is high here. I've got about haft the space I had at home and I'm paying here. A. as three times much B. three times as much C. much as three times D. as much three times 29. The preceding discussion has been based on consideration of the performance of the group of learners as ______whole. A. the; a B. a; / C. a; the D. the; the 30. It's always being in a foreign country, if you don't speak the language of that country. A. easy; naturally B. free; basically C. glad; unluckily D. difficult; especially 31. lf we had followed his plan, we could have done the job better with money and people. A. more; least B. fewer; most C. less; fewer D. most; less 32. You have any difficulty in passing the road test since you a lot in the driving school. A. mustn't; practiced B. Didn’t; are practicing C. shouldn't; have practiced D. needn't; had practiced 33. There is no doubt, in my opinion, matters is not the speed, but the quality of the product. A. that what B. that that C. what if D. what that 34. I shall never forget those years I lived in the countryside with the farmers, have had a great effect on my life. A. that: which B. when: which C. which; that D.. when; whom 35. a trip abroad is certainly good/for the old couple , but it remains whether they will enjoy it. A. To have seen B. Having; to be seen C. Having ; seeing D. To have; seen 36. It was for this reason________ her uncle moved out of New York and in the small village. A. which: put down B. why; set up C. that; settled down D. how; grew up 37. Not only ill-mannered, but also the laziest and the most irresponsible person you could never hope to meet. A . is he: he is B. he is; he is C. he is; is he D. is he; is he 38. --Can y~ tell me how to get to the Shanghai Music Hall from here? ________________ --- Oh. are you new here? ----Yes. I just got here last night. ---Well, you can walk straight down this street until you pass a supermarket, and then turn left. The Shanghai Music Hall will be straight ahead. A. The bus only takes about five minutes to get there. B. How long will it take me to get home? C. I have a lecture to attend there. . D. Well, I guess I might as well walk. 39. ——Are you ready for the trip to the Big Apple? I can hardly wait. —— The Big Apple?_____________ —— The Big Apple is the nickname for New York. You're going to New York with us, aren't you? —— Yes, I'm going. I'm especially looking forward to seeing the Museum of Modern Art. ——There's a special show of 20th century American painters there. A. What if I want to go to a pub? B. What are you talking about? C. How can I get to New York? D. Where is the new museum? 40. ——Hello. front desk? This is Mitaly Tridow in Room 504.
—— Well. yes. ___ ——I want to take a shower, but there is no hot water. ——Well, a lot of people take showers before breakfast. Maybe if you wait a while, it'll heat up again. A. Are you sure there is absolutely no hot water? B. May I know your name, sir? C. Don't we have enough water now? D. How can I help you, Miss Tridow? Ⅱ. Cloze (完形填空) (共 15 小题：每题 1 分，计 15 分) A) Please read the following passage and fill in the blanks with the proper forms of 5 words out of the 7 given ones in the box according to the context. (请阅读下面的短文，并根据其内容提示，从方框中所给的 7 个单词 中选出 5 个，并用其适当的形式填空。) (答案写在答题纸上) Found , cheap , building , electricity , receive , office , energy The smallest independent country in the Vatican City, covers an area the size of a golf course in Rome, the capital of Italy. It was (41)________ in 1929 and is ruled by just one man, the Pope, who is also the head of the Catholic Church. Its (42)______are home to some of the world s most famous art, including works by Botticelli, Raphael and Michelangelo. It has its own bank, army, police force, post office, satellite TV channel, etc. Millions of people visit the Vatican every year, but the, Vatican has a population of only about 800 people. The Vatican has no(43)_______language. The Swiss Guard use German, but most people use Italian and Latin. The country’s economy is unique. It (44)______ most of its money from Catholics around the world and from tourism. It also makes money from a petrol station where Italians can buy fuel that is 30 percent (45)____than in Italy--because the Vatican has no taxes!
B) Please read the following passage and fill in each blank with one word in one of the following three ways: ① based on the context; ②using the proper form of the given words; ③based on the given letters of the words. (阅读下
面的短文，用以下三种形式之一完成短文填空：①根据上下文填空；②用所给单词的正确形式填空；③根 据单词随给首字母填空。每空一词。) (答案写在答题纸上) If you need another reason to motivate you to send your grandma a piece of snail mail, maybe some Belgian chocolate-flavored stamps will do the trick. It almost sounds too good to be true. These stamps smell and taste (46) ____chocolate. On March 25, the Belgian Post Office put 538,000 chocolate-flavored stamps up for sale. The stamps are made on a cocoa-scented paper with cocoa in the ink for smell and cocoa oil essence (可可油精华液) in the glue so when (47) con lick the stamps they'll get a taste of chocolate. Collectors are buying them up, although some are (48) (seem) finding the taste not up to usual standards for chocolate made in Belgium. Stamp collector Marie-Claire Verstichel, of Belgium, said she was (49) (disappoint) in the taste, but "they smell good". The stamps are also popular (50) some tourists. The stamps come in five (51) di chocolate-themed designs. It is not an easy job. They were created by experts from Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands. A set of five stamps is selling for 6.2 Euros.
"We had (52) a tried many fragrant (芳香) stamps and this year we wanted to promote chocolate. Instead of having (53) the flavor, we also have the taste," Belgium Stamp Producer, Pierre Leempoel, said. With (54) (tradition) mail becoming an ever less important part of our lives, and with some countries even (55) ann that they will stop delivering mail, it's refreshing to see something positive happening in the world of snail mail. III. Reading Comprehension(阅读理解)（共 20 小题，56-60 每小题 1 分，61-75 每小题 2 分计 35 分） Read the following passages. Each passage is followed by several questions. Please respond to the questions according to the requirements given at the end of each question.(阅读下列短文，每篇短文后设有若干问题，请 根据短文后的要求回答问题) （56-58 小题大案涂在答题纸上，59-75 小题答案写在答题纸上) A Today people often look forward to their middle age as a time when they will be able to take things easier. After their children are grown, they expect to enjoy the life they have worked hard to create. However, the reality is often very different. In middle age, many people discover that they have two ongoing responsibilities: one is look after their aging parents, and the other is help their young adult children deal with the pressure of life. Around the world, there are millions of people who are “sandwiched” in between the older and the younger generations. There are two important reasons for the rise of the sandwich generation. First, people are living longer than they used to. In the early nineteenth century, the average life expectancy for adults in the United States, for example, was about 40, whereas today people live to an average age of~75. Therefore, children are taking care of their parents over a longer period of time. The second reason is that these days, young adults often live with their parents for a longer time than they did in the past. It's more common for today's young adults to return home during or after college if they need financial or emotional support. People who take care of elderly parents often face difficult issues. Caring for adult children presents challenges as well, and caregivers have to resolve many important questions. The financial and emotional pressures on the sandwich generation can be overwhelming. However, this time in life also has its rewards. It can provide a valuable opportunity to spend more time with one's parents or children. However, in order to survive this difficult period in their lives, members of the sandwich generation must remember that they also need to pay attention to their own needs and look after the quality of their own lives. They can't be totally selfless. Questions 56-58: Choose the best answer from A, B, C and D according to the passage. 56. What does "the sandwich generation" refer to? A. Today's generation of young adults who don't cook and mainly eat sandwiches. B. Elderly people who are living longer nowadays and prefer sandwiches . C. Middle-aged people who have responsibilities for both their aging parents and their children. D. Young adults who feel sandwiched between their-financial--responsibilities and their desire to enjoy life. 57. Which of the following is one reason for the rise of the sandwich generation? A. People are living longer than they used to. B. Children often live with their parents for a shorter time than in the past. C. Elderly parents usually need financial help nowadays. D. Today's young adults seldom go home after college. 58. The underlined word "overwhelming" means A. very great or very strong. B. very silly or unreasonable
C. excellent or wonderful D. clear and definite Questions 59-60: Decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F) according to the passage. 59. People in the sandwich generation have a great opportunity to spend more time with their" parents and children. 60. People in the sandwich generation should remember to take care of their own needs to avoid stress. B Dirty, dangerous and dull. These are three words you do not want to use to describe your job. While many jobs are a little dirty, dangerous or dull, some are so much so that it is better not to have humans performing them at all. Would you want to be the first person to go into a building on fire? (61) __________ This is already happening all around the world. There are millions of robots at work today. The most common type of robotic device is a mechanical arm. This is often used in manufacturing. (62) _______ But robots have moved well beyond such simple tasks. A robot named Demeter is an agricultural harvest can move around a field of crops, planting and harvesting by using GPS (全球定位系 统 )，controllers and sensors ( 传感器 ). Some robots are programmed to do certain jobs, but others are remotely operated vehicles (ROVs)" (63) _________ The US space agency NASA has used ROVs to explore the surface of the moon and Mars. ROVs are also used in underwater environments. What do regular people want from robots? Some people would like robots to perform tasks around the house. One home robot on the market now is Roomba, a turtle-shaped robot that slowly vacuums its way around the room. (64) _________ A robot that washes the windows and does the dishes could make a small fortune! (65) ________ Surely they will continue to explore the ocean , analyze the surface of distant planet, and build our cars and computers. But what else? Will more robots drive our cars for us? Will they do our laundry? Will they do our gardening? Perhaps. When someone invents that window-cleaning robot, they will be rewarded by a grateful population. Questions 61-65: Choose from the sentences A-G to complete the passage. There are two extra sentences which you do not need to use. A. What if a robot could assess and fix the situation? B. Robots will play a more important role in the future. C. It senses walls and turns to avoid stairs and objects on the floor. D. They are also used to gather information on geographical changes in volcanoes. E. They can perform maintenance on oil drilling platforms and explore the ocean floors. F. These arms 'move in many directions and perform precise and repetitive tasks with ease. G. ROVs can have cameras, sensors and other devices that provide hard-to-obtain information. C ARBEIA ROMAN FORT AND MUSEUM LOCATION AND HISTORY Arbeia Roman Fort (城堡) is situated on Hadrian's Wall. This frontier system was the most important structure guilt by the Romans in Britain, and it is a World Heritage Site (世界遗产地). In AD t22 the Emperor Hadrian ordered the wall to be built across northern "Britain, from coast to coast. Overlooking the mouth of the River Tyne and built around AD 160, Arbeia Fort was the military supply base for the soldiers who were stationed in the seventeen forts along Hadrian's Wall.
The fort has been gradually excavated (挖掘) to reveal its secrets and to show what life was really like in Roman Britain. Some original parts have been revealed, and there are spectacular reconstructions that show how Arbeia would have looked. THE RECONSTRUCTIONS The reconstructions of the Commanding Officer's house and soldiers' rooms are very different. The accommodation for the soldiers is cramped (狭窄的) and would have been dark and uncomfortable, while the Commanding Officer's house was large and comfortable, with mosaics (镶嵌图案 ) on the floors and courtyards with fountains for him and his family to enjoy. THE MUSEUM Visit the museum and see the objects found at Arbeia which show what daily life was like for all the occupants of the fort. You will see weapons, armor (盔甲) and jewelery. TIME QUEST This "hands-on" area allows visitors to dig on the excavation site and study their finds with the help of museum staff. You can piece together pottery. OPENING TIMES AND GETTING THERE 1 April-31 October: Monday to Saturday 10 am-5:30 pm Sunday 1 Pm-5 Pm 1November-31 March: Monday to Saturday 10 am-4 pm Closed on Sunday. (Closed on 25-26 December and 1 January.) Entry is free., Arbeia is only a ten-minute walk from the main metro and bus station at South Shields. The fort is signposted from Ocean Road. Free car park nearby. Website: www. twmuseums.org.uk/arbeia Questions 66-70: Answer the following questions according to the passage. 66. When was Arbeia Roman Fort built? 67. Where can you find mosaics on the floors and courtyards with fountains? 68. What can you see in the museum that were there in Roman times? 69. Besides digging on the site and studying the finds, what else can you do in Time Quest? 70. How long does it take to walk from the bus station at South Shields to Arbeia? D Native American and Canadian Indian tribes have passed down stories going back thousands of years about giant ape-men. They called these creatures Sasquatch or Mountain Devils. Regardless of the names, the descriptions of these animals are usually the same. The Bigfoot is usually described as being very tall, well over two meters. It is covered in thick, dark hair and usually gives off a bad smell. The Bigfoot's body is usually very muscular and ape-like, yet it walks upright and has a face more similar to that of humans than of apes. Though sightings have been reported for existence of these creatures? Some say yes, and others say no. Dr Grover Krantz, a physical anthropologist at the University of Oregon, believes that the Bigfoot may be a type of creature known as the Gigantopithicus. The Gigantopithicus is an animal that lived in Asia over 300,000 years
ago and looked like a mix between an ape and a very large man. Dr Krantz believes that these animals, which lived long before humans, may have migrated (迁徙) from Asia and decided to settle in the heavily wooded area of the Pacific Northwest, where food was plentiful. However, there are some questions. For example, why haven't more people found the Bigfoot? And why have no dead Bigfoot bodies ever been discovered? For the first question, researchers say it is because these creatures are not violent or aggressive and they hide when people come. For the second question, researchers point out that it is unusual to find the dead remains of any animal in the forest. Most of the time, they say, other animals eat the remains soon after the animal dies; this may be the case for the Bigfoot, too. It is possible that we may never know the truth about these animals. If they have avoided being seen for the last several thousand years, then maybe they will stay hidden for another several thousand. Or it may be that as we humans go deeper and deeper into the forests of Northwest America and Canadan we may finally come face to face with them. Questions 71-75: Please complete the summary of the passage above with no more than three words far each blank. Descriptions of the Bigfoot indicate that it is larger than humans, has lots of hair and usually has (71) . One theory says that the Bigfoot came from Asia originally, but it migrated to the Pacific Northwest to find plentiful （72） __________. Some people wonder why more people have not found the Bigfoot. Bigfoot researchers say it is because these creatures are not (73) and they hide when humans come near them. There are also some people who point out that no one has ever found the dead (74) of any Bigfoot; however, researchers say that the fact is not so strange. It is actually rare to find them because other animals may (75) them. IV. Translation（翻译）（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，计 10 分） Please translate the following sentences into Chinese or English, using the hints given in the brackets.（用括号中 给出的提示将下列句子译成英语或汉语。） 76. Though barriers sometimes stand in the way of your dreams, remember that your destiny is hiding behind them. 77. We all love cheerful company, but we are apt to forget that cheerfulness is a habit which can be cultivated by all. 78.社会上许多热心人对那位病重的孩子伸出了援助之手。 （help out） 79. 没有理由让人生任由控制不了的想法、感觉、忧虑和恐惧来左右。 (at the mercy of) 80.他不后悔自己说过的话，但他感觉到要是用更好的一种方式来表达就好了.(用虚拟语气) Ⅴ. Error correction (短文改错) （共 10 处错误；每处题错误 1 分，计 10 分） There are altogether 10 errors m the following passage. The errors are about missing words, unnecessary words and wrong words. Please correct them according to the following requirements for a missing word, mark the position of the missing word with the sign " ∧" and write the word you believe to be missing in the line on the answer sheet; for an unnecessary word, cross out the unnecessary word with the sign "\" and put the word with the sign "\" in the line on the answer sheet; for a wrong word, underline the wrong word and write the correct one in the line on the answer sheet. Notes: 1. There is only one word for each error; 2. You need to correct only 10 errors and there will be no marks for the eleventh error you correct.
按要求修改下面的英语作文，文中共有 10 处语言错误。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。请按下 列情 况在文中改正：一、增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（∧），并在其下面写出该加的词· 二、删除： 把多余的词用斜线（＼）画掉。三、修改：在错的词下画舟横线，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。
The bicycle is still one of the most important kinds of transport. In some countries, people use bicycles because they are the cheapest way to get around. In some another countries, people use them partly because of their low cost, but mainly because they prefer this form of transport than any other. It is said that the bicycle was invented in France in 1790, but not clear information supports this. However, we do know that when German inventor Karl yon Drais created the first practical form of the bicycle in 1816. It was two-wheeled and moved along by push of the rider's feet upon the ground. This vehicle was improving in 1839 by a Scottish blacksmith, Kirkpati'iek Macmillan, who invented pedals. The modern bicycle was invented in the last twenty years of the nineteen century. It had wheels of equal size, pedals that drove a chain and gears. Eventually, bicycles also made especially for women. They had big rear wheels than front wheels, and riders could sit more uptight. Nowadays, women's bicycles have changed again to become more useful to those involved by sports. Always changing, bicycles remain a popular form of transport.
VI. IQ(智力测试）（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，计 5 分）
Answer the following questions.（回答下列问题。） 91. Four people are seated in a row in the dentist's waiting room. Mrs. Brown is next to Mrs.Green but not next to Mr. Johns. Mr. Jones is not next to Mr. Gill. Who is next to Mr. Gill? 92. What number should replace the question mark?
93. Here is a diagram which contains all the letters you do NOT need to solve the puzzle! When you have identified which letters are missing, rearrange them to find a city named after a US president Beware! One letter is used twice.
95. What letter should replace the question mark?
VII. Writing（写作）（共 2 题；A 题满分 10 分，B 题满分 20 分，计 30 分） A) Writing is very important for English learners. However, many students don't know how to write English composition well. Write an article in 100-120 words to give your advice. Your article should include the following points:
★ before writing :decide what to write; ★ while writing: cover all the points, make the key points outstanding, use proper words and expressions and pay attention to handwriting; ~ ★after writing: check
B) Recently, your class had a debate on the following statement to discuss whether knowledge or social connections are more useful in achieving success. Write an article in 120-150 words to give your opinion on the statement.
It's not what you know, but who you know that counts.
2013 全国中学生英语能力竞赛高二决赛试题答案 听力部分（共三大题，计 30 分） Ⅰ. Responses(句子应答)（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，计 5 分） 1—5 AABCD Ⅱ. Dialogues(对话理解)(共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，计 10 分) A）6—10 BCADC
Ⅲ. Passages(短文理解)（共 10 小题;16—20 题每小题 1 分,21—25 小题每小题 2 分,计 15 分） 20 BCDAC B）21. neighbor(u)r 22. morning 23. bath 24. Turn on 25. stand
笔试部分（共七大题，计 120 分） Ⅰ. Multiple—choice(选择填空)（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，计 15 分） 26—30 BBCCA 31—35 CCBAA 36—40 DABDD Ⅱ. Cloze(完形填空) 共 15 小题； （ 每小题 1 分， 15 分） 计 A） expanding 42. predicts 43. done 44. 41. third 45. newspapers B) 46. watched 47. out / on 48. who 49. turned 50. between 51. However 52. separate 53. Another 54. time 55. when Ⅲ. Reading Comprehension (阅读理解)（共 20 小题；56—60 小题每小题 1 分，61—75 小题每小题 2 分，计 35 分） A）56—58 ADB 59—60 FT B) 61—65 FEABG C) 66. US$ 200,000 67. For four to five /4—5 minutes. 68. Sir Richard Branson and members of his family. 69. The Mojave Desert (near Los Angeles). 70. www. virgingalactic.com. D) 71. twenty-first / 21st 72. South Africa 73. communicating /contacting / connecting 74. compared to 75. (phone) calls Ⅳ. Translation (翻译)（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，计 10 分） 76. 钢罐很流行，因为它们（用起来）方便，易存储，不可打碎。 77. 这就是说， 美国人非常喜欢他们的宠物， 他们给宠物提供家、 食物、 锻炼及医疗护理。 78. I really don’ t want to buy that car because I can’t afford it. 79. I regret not keeping in touch with my relatives and old friends. 80. It is suggested that the novel (should) be read at least three times. Ⅴ. Error Correction (短文改错)（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，计 10 分） Before you decide to keep a dog, you should learn you can about them first. You could perhaps ask a friend (加词)owns one, or else 81.who/that Go to your local library, which probably have books about dog care. 82. has If you get a dog, it’s unfair to leave it at home in its own all day as they 83. on 2 get alone in the same way that people do. Try to make sure that somebody 84. lonely 3 is with it for at the (去掉) least some of time. All dogs need exercise, 85.去掉 the 4 as if you aren’t lucky enough to have a garden, (加词)it’s better live 86. so/but 5 near a park or some other type of open spare where your dog can run 87.无错 6 around freely. Keep it on a lead at other time, though, especially in areas 88. times 7 with plenty of traffic or on farmland. At home you should teach your dog what 89.how 8 you want it to behave,. If you find this difficult, take it to a trained center, 90. training 9 where it will also learn to behave like other dogs. 81. who / that 82. has 83. on 84. lonely 85. the 86. so / but 87. √ 88. times 89. how 90. training Ⅵ. IQ Test(智力测试)（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，计 5 分） 91. 5.[(6+8)÷2=7; (9+3)÷4=3; (3+7)÷5=2; (7+8)÷3=51] 92. IN THE PINK. 93. W. [Spring in the circle. Autumn in the square, summer in the triangle (三角形), winter in the trapezoid (梯 形)] 94. 2, 4, 8,16,32 and 64. [Say, the age of the youngest is X, then we can get (X+2X+4X+8X+16X+32X)÷ 6=21,X=2]
95. Wednesday. [The day before Tuesday is Monday; three days after the day (Monday) is Thursday; the day after the day (Thursday) is Friday; two days before the day (Friday)is Wednesday.] Ⅶ. Writing (写作)（共 2 题；A）题满分 10 分，B）题目满分 20 分，计 30 分 A） One possible version: Health is very important for everyone. If you don’t have good health you cannot work well. So it is necessary for us to keep healthy. Keeping fit helps us to live a healthy life; you can work out your stress while taking 3 exercise. It is known that exercise can make you energetic and happy. Personally, I really feel good after some exercise. If I were a member of the Youth Club I would spend an hour a day taking part in the weight training because this is an effective way of keeping fit. I would also have a chance to make new friends, and this would give me a new outlook on life. B) One possible version: Nowadays, some people prefer going to the cinema, while others prefer reading the same story in a book. Both forms have their advantages and disadvantages. On the one hand, books help develop your imagination. You can decide what the characters and places in the book look like, whereas the film gives you only one interpretation, which may not be the best. Furthermore, you can read the book whenever and wherever you want. Also, some interesting parts of the book are sometimes cut in a film or changed completely. On the other hand, films are visual, which makes the story more memorable. Moreover, films can improve a story and make it more interesting. Besides, seeing a film takes less effort than reading. On balance, I think it is better to read the story first and then see the film version.
听力部分（共三大题，计 30 分） Ⅰ. Responses(句子应答)（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，计 5 分） 1—5 CBADB Ⅱ. Dialogues(对话理解)(共 10 小题； 每小题 1 分， 10 分) A） 计 6—10 BDBDA B） 11—15 CCABB Ⅲ. Passages(短文理解)（共 10 小题；16—20 题每小题 1 分，21—25 小题每小题 2 分，计 15 分） A） 16—20 BACBD B）21. sixties / 60s 22. December 23. Feeding 24. information desk 25. glass 笔试部分（共七大题，计 120 分） Ⅰ. Multiple—choice(选择填空) （共 15 小题； 每小题 1 分， 15 分） 26—30 ADBAD 31—35 CCABB 计 36—40 CACBD Ⅱ. Cloze(完形填空) 共 15 小题； （ 每小题 1 分， 15 分） 计 A） founded 42. buildings 43. official 41. 44. receives 45. cheaper B) 46. like 47. consumers 48. seemingly 49. disappointed 50. with / among 51. different 52. already 53. only 54. traditional 55. announcing Ⅲ. Reading Comprehension (阅读理解)（共 20 小题；56—60 小题每小题 1 分，61—75 小题每小题 2 分，计 35 分） A）56. C 57. A. 58. A 59. T 60. T B) 61—65 AFGCB C) 66. Around AD 160 67. In the Commanding Officer’s house 68. Weapons. Armor and jewelery 69. Piece together pottery 70. Ten / 10 minutes D) 71. a bad smell 72. food 73. violent or aggressive 74. remains / bodies 75. eat Ⅳ. Translation (翻译)（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，计 10 分） 76.尽管通往梦想的道路上有时会有障碍,但你需要记住的是,你的命运就隐藏在那些障碍背后。 77．我们都喜爱令人愉快的伙伴，但我们往往会忘记——愉快是任何人都可以培养的一种习惯。 78. Many warm-hearted people in society helped out the child who was seriously ill. 79. There is no reason to go through life being at the mercy of uncontrollable thoughts, feelings, anxieties and fears. 80. He did not regret what he said, but he felt that he could have expressed it in a better way.
V. Error Correction (短文改错)（共 10 处错误；每处错误 1 分，计 10 分） 81. another → other 82. than → to 83. not → no 84. when 85. the 87.mineteen→nineteenth 88. were 89. big→bigger 90. by→in
86.improving → improved
Ⅵ. IQ Test(智力测试) 共 5 小题； （ 每小题 1 分， 5 分） 91. Mrs. Brown. 2 92. 36. (Add together the 计 three numbers at the outer corners of each square, then subtract from the total the sum of the separate digits of the same numbers to arrive at numbers to arrive at numbers in overlapping corners.) 93. Washington 94. C. (What was external becomes internal and vice versa.) 95. E. (It reads ERROR MESSAGE.)
Ⅶ. Writing (写作)（共 2 题；A）题满分 10 分，B）题目满分 20 分，计 30 分 A）One possible version: How to write English compositions well Many students may want to know to write English compositions well. Here are my suggestions. Before writing, be sure what to write about. Is it a letter, a short story or something else? Then get down to business accordingly. While writing, cover all the points that are required in the composition and make the key ones outstanding. Try your best to select proper words and phrases to make your ideas clear. Also, remember: good handwriting is so powerful that the teacher
will give you higher marks if you write neatly and beautifully. After writing, check what you have written and do some necessary corrections. T think only in this way can you write well. B) One possible version: Many people are for this statement. However, I have a different opinion. Though some people do think that knowing the “right” person is the key to success, I personally believe that most people care more about knowledge ability. Besides, a person must have the right knowledge to do his / her work successfully. You cannot rely on an employer’s goodwill forever if you are not performing well. In most cards, getting ahead at work requires the intelligence and ability to do the job. Likewise, successful academic performance requires in-depth knowledge of a subject. In conclusion, while it may be true that knowing the right person can allow you to get what you desire more quickly. It is knowledge that is more important and will allow you to hold on to it.