本试卷分第Ⅰ卷（选择题）和第Ⅱ卷（非选择题）两部分。满分 150 分，考试时间 120 分钟。 注意事项： 答题前，考生务必将自己的学校，班级，姓名，考号用 0.5 毫米的黑色签字笔填写 在答题卡上，并检查条形码粘贴是否正确。 选择题（1-55）使用 2B 铅笔填涂在答题卡对应题目标号的位置上，非选择题用 0.5 毫米黑色签字笔书写在答题卡的对应题框内，超出答题区域书写的答案无效；在草稿纸，试 题卷上答题无效。 考试结束以后，将答题卡收回。 第Ⅰ卷（选择题，共 90 分） 第一部分：英语知识运用(共两节，满分 40 分) ：单项填空(共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分) 1. Celia, who is on ______ holiday with her husband, wants to stay in a quiet place, taste delicious food and play _____ tennis. A. a, a B. /, / C. the, the D. /, the 2. --- Have you ever been to the city of Beijing, our capital? --- Yes, only once. I ______ there only for two days. A. had stayed B. were staying C. have stayed D. stayed _____Xie Tingfeng is in love with Wang Fei again is a piece of good news for their fans. A. That B. What C. Where D. Which The first textbook ______ for teaching English as a foreign language came out in the 16th century. A. have written B. to be written C. being written D. written 5. It’s helpful to put children in a situation _____they can see themselves differently. A. that B. when C. which D. where 6. It was at the railway station ______ I met Li Ming yesterday. A. where B. when C. that D. which 7. ---Who is the man over there? Is it Mr Li? ---No, it ______ be him. Mr Li is much taller. A. mustn’t B. may not C. can’t D. needn’t 8. With so many life’s challenges __ ___, the injured soldier was lucky to have a trained dog around to provide support. A. overcame B. overcoming C. to overcome D. being overcome ______young people are making efforts to take more exercise and eat healthily, they are still putting on weight.
A. Because B. Now that C. When D. While 10. ---Wow, isn’t this handsome device the most popular iPhone 6? Can I have a look at it? --- ____________. A. No, you can’t. B. Yes, go ahead. C. Sorry, it is expensive. D. Of course, it looks good. 第二节：完型填空(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，并在答题卡上将项涂黑。 The other day I was talking to a stranger on the bus; he told me that he had a good 11 in Chicago and he wondered if, by any chance, I 12 to know him . For a moment, I thought he might be 13 , but I could tell from the expression on his face that he was not. He was 14 . I felt like saying that it was ridiculous to 15 that out of all the millions of people in Chicago I could possibly have ever bumped(碰到 ) into his friend. But, 16 , I just smiled and reminded him that Chicago was a very 17 city. He nodded, and I thought he was going to be content to drop the subject and talk about something else. But I was wrong. He was silent for a few minutes, and then he 18 to tell me all about his friend. His friend’s main 19 in life seemed to be tennis. He was an excellent tennis player, and he 20 had his own tennis court(网球场). There were a lot of people with swimming 21 , but there were only two people with private tennis court; his friend in Chicago was one of them. I told him that I knew several 22 like that, including my brother, who was doctor in California. He 23 that maybe there were more private courts in the country, than he 24 but he did not know of any others. Then he asked me 25 my brother lived in California. When I said Sacramento, he said that was a coincidence (巧合) 26 his Chicago friend spent the summer in Sacramento last year and he lived next door to a 27 who had a tennis court in his backyard. I said I felt that really was a coincidence because my next-door neighbor had gone to Sacramento last summer and had 28 the house next to my brother’s house. For a moment, we stared at each other, but we did not say anything. “Would your friend’s name happen to be Roland Kirkwood?”I asked finally. He 29 and said,“Yes. Would your brother’s name happen to be Dr Rey Hunter?” It was my 30 to laugh. “Yes.” I replied. 11. A. brother B. teacher C. neighbor D. friend 12. A. managed B. happened C. tried D. wanted 13. A. expecting B. lying C. joking D. talking 14. A. funny B. serious C. careful D. disappointed 15. A. think B. find C. realize D. see 16. A. indeed B. actually C. instead D. exactly 17. A. famous B. interesting C. noisy D. big 18. A. began B. stopped C. refused D. failed
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第二部分：阅读(共两节，满分 50 分) 第一节：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 根据短文内容，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 项涂黑。 A About a year ago, I went to stay at a Detroit hotel. I didn't want to carry too much money with me, so I asked the desk clerk to put a hundred -dollar bill in the safe for me. The next morning, however, the clerk said he knew nothing about my money. I didn't have any proof that I had given the man the money. There was nothing I could do but go to the nearest lawyer. The lawyer advised me to return to the hotel with him and give another hundred-dollar bill to the clerk. So we did. An hour later, I went back to the desk and asked for my money. Since I had the lawyer as an eyewitness to the second hundred-dollar bill, the clerk could not say he knew nothing about it. Another hour later, I put the second part of the lawyer's plan into action. This time both the lawyer and I went to the hotel to ask for the hundred-dollar bill once again, and when the clerk insisted he had already given it to me, I said it was not true. The lawyer said to him, "I saw this gentleman give you a hundred-dollar bill. If you don't return it immediately, I'll be forced to call the police. "The clerk realized he had been cheated, so he gave me back the first hundred-dollar bill. “I don't know how to thank you enough for getting my money back,” I said to the lawyer. And what do you suppose he answered? He said, “Oh, don't thank me. That will be a hundred dollars, please.” 31. What do you think a “safe” is? A. A box to put money or other valuables in B. A desk at the checking counter C. A room in which guests’ money is kept D. A hotel to stay in 32. The hotel clerk finally returned the first hundred-dollar bill to me because _____.
A. the lawyer had seen everything B. he was afraid of going to prison C. the bill was not real money D. I had called the police 33. At last how much should the author lose in all? A.$100 B.$200 C. $300 D. $0 34. Which of the following would be the best title for the passage? A. Cheated by a clerk B. Don’t believe in lawyers C. How I lost my money D. At a Detroit hotel B The Islands of Hawaii ☆ Hawaii The “Big Island” of Hawaii is a paradise (天堂) playground where visitors can enjoy a popular lifestyle and at the same time, witness the attraction of nature: thousands of square miles form a wonderland, featuring breathtaking beaches, forests, snow-covered mountains and amazing active volcanoes. A visit to Volcanoes National Park, which has been described as a true wonder of the world, is a must. It is the state's biggest attraction. Accommodations Seasons Resort Hualalai from $ 205.00 Fairmont Orchid: from $108.00 Sightseeing and Experiences Circle Island Tour: from $48.00 ☆ Kauai The beautiful landscape of Kauai has led to it being called the “Garden Isle”, but it is also referred to as the “Island of discovery”, and with good reason a land of striking natural contrasts just waiting to be explored. Green mountains, a breathtaking coastline and white sand beaches combine to make it one of the world’s most relaxing locations. Accommodations Grand Hyatt Kauai: from $ 101.00 Sheraton Kauai Resort: from $ 79.00 ☆ Maui Voted the “World's Best Island”, Maui is widely regarded as one of the most romantic destinations on earth. It is known as the “Valley Isle” and was the ancient playground for Hawaiian royalty. The island is largely rural with a small and wonderful population and a host of attractions and nature wonders. Accommodations Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa: from $ 87.00 Sheraton Maui: from $ 99.00 ☆ Oahu Oahu has a unique rhythm, filling the air with sweet fragrances (香气), music and language: from lovely beaches and amazing nightlife to beautiful rainforests and quiet valleys. Adventure, history, romance, discovery--Oahu waits for you.
Accommodations Halekulani: from $ 121.00 Hilton Hawaiia: Village: from $ 73.00 Sightseeing and Experiences Royal Circle Island Tour: from $ 34.00 Paradise Cove Lu’au: $ 44.00 ■ All prices are based on per person per night. 35. What is the biggest attraction in Hawaii? A. Garden Isle B Royal Circle Island Tour C. Volcanoes National Parks D. Sheraton Kauai Resort 36. For a couple spending two nights in one of the accommodations, they have to pay at least ____________. A. $73.00 B. $146.00 C. $136.00 D. $292.00 37. Which island was the ancient playground for Hawaiian royalty? A. Hawaii B. Maui C. Kauai D. Oahu 38. The passage is mainly written to ___________. A. tell differences between islands in Hawaii B. provide a better understanding of the geography of Hawaii C. offer accommodation services to the tourists D. attract people to make a visit to Hawaii C What do astronauts eat in space, and why? How did astronaut food come into being? How do astronauts preserve food for long periods of time in space? NASA(the National Aeronautics and Space Administration) （美国国家航空航天局） has been researching food for space travel since the 1960’s to find the best way of keeping astronauts from going hungry. The research could date from an accident that took place on the first manned Gemini mission in 1965. astronaut John Young managed to sneak（偷偷地拿）a corned beef sandwich onto the Geminni Ⅲ capsule to eat during its orbit around Earth. To Young’s surprise, the sandwich plan did not go as expected; instead the sandwich began to break apart and scatter（散开）through the Geminni Ⅲcapsule. This could have resulted in disaster, since a small piece of food could have stuck in the air vents（通风孔）and other equipment. The sandwich was stuffed into a pocket to avoid the further mess inside the small space capsule This incident caused NASA to enforce strict rules on what types of food can be taken into space. Space food has come a long way since then. During the Gemini period, the astronauts mostly ate cubed, compressed foods （压缩食品） high in calories and lightweight. NASA expects a long shelf life for space food. The majority of food taken into space has been dried out or heat-treated. These process and use of sodium（钠）, make the food taken into space last longer. Research is ongoing into space food to seek out healthier ways to preserve it. Too much sodium is unhealthy, and can badly change the taste of some foods. What happened to John Young in the Geminni Ⅲ capsule? A. His sandwich went bad as expected
B. He couldn’t eat the sandwich he had bought C. His sandwich caused trouble to some equipment D. He filled his pocket with the sandwich. 40. Why has NASA set up strict rules on the space since the 1960’s? A. To protect the astronauts’ safety B. To provide enough food for astronauts C. To limit how much junk food astronauts eat D. To make it easy for astronauts to get enough nutrition 41. The majority of the space food is dried out or heat-treated in order to _________. A. keep astronauts healthy B. keep it from breaking apart C. change its taste D. make it last longer 42. What is the text mainly about? A. How to make space food B. The history of space food C. A food incident in the Gemini capsule D. The process of making space food D If you know the following fact, you’ll understand why many people suffer from foot problems. The average person walks the equivalent of three times around the Earth in a lifetime. That is enormous wear and tear on the 26 bones, 33 joints and more than 100 muscles that make up the foot. In a recent survey for the American Podiatric Medical Association, 53 percent of respondents reported foot pain so severe that it affected their daily function. On average, people develop pain in their 60s, but it can start as early as the 20s and 30s. And usually women give care to their feet while men don’t. “A lot of people think foot pain is part of the aging process and accept it, and walk with pain,” said Dr Andrew Shapiro. Though some foot problems are inevitable, their progress can be slowed. The following questions will help you assess whether you should take more preventive action as you age. Do you have flat feet or high arches(足弓)? Either puts feet at risk. Shoes that support the arch and heel can help flat feet. People with high arches should look for roomy shoes and softer padding(衬垫) to absorb the shock. Proper exercises also strengthen muscles, supporting the foot. Do your shoes fit? In the survey, more than 34 percent of men said they could not remember the last time their feet were measured. 20 percent of women said that once a week they wore shoes that hurt, and 8 percent wore painful shoes daily. Feet flatten and lengthen with age, so if you still stick to the shoe size you wore at the age of 21, get your feet measured. Do you walk? Putting more mileage(里程) on your feet is the best way to exercise the muscles and keep them healthy. 43. The underlined phrase “wear and tear” in Paragraph 1 probably means _____. A. a surprising experience B. an unimaginable distance C. damage due to continuous use D. a contribution to the feet 44. What do we know from the passage? A. The number of men and women who have foot problems is similar. B. Walking as little as possible can protect your feet from pain.
C. More than half of the respondents have serious foot problems. D. 53% of people develop foot pain in their 60s. 45. Which of the following statements best explains foot pain? A. Not all of it can be avoided. B. People can’t slow its process. C. Walking more will stop foot pain. D. Preventive actions can’t work well. 46. If your feet are 26 cm long at 23, what is the probable length of your feet when you are 43? A. 26.2 cm B. 25.2 cm C. 26 cm D. 25 cm E My daughter recently asked me what a travel agency does. There is one located on our street and it has just been completely rebuilt. I told her that they helped people book their trips and vacations. “Why haven’t we ever been there?” she wanted to know. “Because we do everything ourselves online these days” I explained. “But why do it yourself if other people want to do it for you?” she wondered out loud. The answer is that the travel agency makes a little bit of money on each ticket you book through them. If you book your ticket yourself online, you save that money. Saving money sounds great except that when you think about it you typically spend three evenings comparing prices to end up saving $30 on a $300 trip. All those $30 discounts add up of course so I guess we should be happy with that. Consider books for a moment. Buying your book at Amazon saves you maybe 30% to 40% on each book. Add to that the convenience of shopping from home and getting the package delivered to your home address. So far so good. Unfortunately, that does mean you spend too much time browsing Amazon. com while you could do something fun instead. Like maybe reading an actual book? Then the package arrives and you aren’t home and end up having to pick it up at the local post-office. All in all I wonder how much time I end up investing in the whole process. Time sounds free, but to most of us, it is more valuable than money. The Internet Economy promised to get rid of the middle-men and we loved it. Somehow, I’m starting to get the feeling that we ourselves ended up doing the work of that middle-men we were so eager to get rid of. In any project you can always pick two of these: fast, cheap or good. We seem to have focused a lot on ‘cheap’ and ‘good’ but the extra time we need to invest to also keep it ‘fast’ comes out of our own pockets. You can always make more money but you can never make more time. 47. What is the purpose of paragraph 1 ? A. It mainly shows the curiosity of the author’s daughter. B. It indicates that the Internet has influenced our daily life. C. It tells us the importance of a travel agency. D. It shows why people need a travel agency. 48. What can be inferred from paragraph 2 ?
A. We should be satisfied with $30 that we have saved because it is worthwhile. B. $30 that we have saved is too little, so we can’t be happy with it. C. We should feel regretful although $30 is worth the time we have spent. D. It’s hard for us to be happy with $30 because we have wasted a lot of time. 49 What’s the author’s attitude towards the Internet Economy? A. Positive B. Indifferent C. Neutral D. Critical 50. What’s the best title for the passage? A. The convenience of the Internet Economy. B. How to save time in the Internet Economy. C. The hidden cost of the Internet Economy. D. How to save money in the Internet Economy. ：补全对话(共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分) ---------------------------------A. B. C. D. E. F. G. Hello! May I speak to Jack please？ This is Jack speaking.（51）______ This is Sam. I called you last night, but there was no reply. (52)_____ I bought something for my trip to Guangzhou. Guangzhou? That’s where the 16th Asian Games was held. How lucky you are! (53)_____What did you call me for? I’ll have a birthday party next Thursday. Would you like to come? I’d love to, but I’m afraid I can’t come! (54)_____ What a pity that you can’t come! (55)______ Thank you very much. Bye! Bye!
Have a good time! My plane will take off next Tuesday. Thank you. I was shopping at that time. Who is that ? Who are you? So I am.
第三部分：语言知识运用（共 55 分） 第一节：阅读表达（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 【1】A hiker in California got trapped for days as he walked on a mountain trail. It is believed he was looking for shade and lost his footing (失足跌倒), getting stuck. He was discovered by a dog and his owner who happened to be passing by on their routine walk. Ramon Llamas and his dog, Mole, often go on walks, and the 1-year-old dog likes to explore the area when he is on hikes with his owner. 【2】Recently, the two had been out on their customary walk and the dog suddenly began crying. Mole pulled Llamas over to the spot. At first Llamas thought his dog had discovered a wild animal and he asked others in the area to call 911. However,
it was no wild animal appearing out of the rocks. Llamas discovered there was a man trapped. 【3】According to Yahoo! News, the hiker, identified only as 44-year-old “Paul” in media reports, was severely dehydrated (脱水的). He had been trapped in the rocks on Mount Rubidoux for somewhere between four and six days. According to reports, the man was not sure exactly how long he had been trapped. 【4】Reportedly, the man was trapped in a hidden location in the rocks about 100 feet from the main trail. Due to the rocks, no one could see or hear him. Paul asked Llamas for water and said, “Please don’t leave me.” According to media reports he was very dehydrated and hardly conscious. Emergency services were called and the Riverside Fire Department came to the mountain and helped rescue the man. Paul is reportedly recovering in a local hospital. He has said he wants to thank Llamas and Mole for finding him, which ultimately saved his life. His doctors believe he will be OK and will make a full recovery. 56. Who first found the trapped hiker? (No more than 4 words) _____________________________________________________________________ 57. How did Paul get trapped? (No more than 8 words) _____________________________________________________________________ 58. What was wrong with Paul when he was found? (No more than 7 words) _____________________________________________________________________ 59. How long had Paul been trapped before he was rescued? (No more than 5 words) _____________________________________________________________________ 60. What will happen to Paul according to Paragraph 4? (No more than 4 words) _____________________________________________________________________ 第二节：短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 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，并在该词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 除起）不计 分。 Dear manager, I’m one of your customer. The day before yesterday I bought a walkman in your shop. Before I left, I do check it carefully and everything was all right. When I got home, therefore, I found a fault with it. The problem is what the “Play” doesn’t work at all. Probable it’s not your fault and so is mine. Anyhow, I can’t solve the problem in person.
You see, a walkman is of great useful for me to learn English and I cannot wait for too long before this problem is solved. Hopefully you will deal with the walkman without delay, when you accept my letter. Hoping to hear of you in the earliest possible time! Your sincerely, Li Hua 第三节：书面表达（满分 35 分） 你喜欢快餐食品吗？快餐食品在青少年和儿童中很流行。请根据提示写一篇 120 词左右的 发言稿，内容要点包括： 快餐流行的原因（至少 2 点） 弊端（至少 2 点） 个人看法 开头已经给出，不计入总词数。 Fast food Dear friends, Nowadays, fast food is becoming more and more popular among children and Teenagers.
一、单选（10 分）1-5 BDADD 6-10 CCCDB 二、完型填空（30 分） 11~15 DBCBA 16~20 CDABC 21~25 CACBD 26~30 AAABD 三、阅读理解（40 分） A 篇：ABAC B 篇：CDBD C 篇：BADB D 篇：CCAA E 篇： BDDC 四、补全对话（10 分）EDGBA 五、任务型阅读（10 分） 56. A dog called Mole. 57. He lost his footing while looking for shade. 58. He was very dehydrated and hardly conscious. 59. Between four and six days. 60. He will recover completely. 六、短文改错（15 分） Dear manager, I’m one of your customer. The day before yesterday I bought a walkman in your customers shop. Before I left, I do check it carefully and everything was all right. When I got did home, therefore, I found a fault with it. The problem is what the “Play” doesn’t however that work at all. Probable it’s not your fault and so is mine. Anyhow, I can’t solve the Probably neither/nor problem in person. You see, a walkman is of great useful for me to learn English and I cannot wait use for too long before this problem is solved. Hopefully you will deal with the walkman without delay, when you accept my letter. receive Hoping to hear of you in the earliest possible time! from Your sincerely, Li Hua 七、作文（35 分） Fast food Dear friends, Nowadays, fast food is becoming more and more popular among children and teenagers. I think there are several reasons for its popularity. First, it’s very convenient and can save a lot of time. You can go into a fast restaurant to order your food and it is ready in no time. Besides, you can take it away or eat there. What’s more, it offers excellent service and tasty food. However, fast food is not good for people’s health, especially children. There is
too much fat in the food and you can’t get enough fresh vegetables. Also the food is very expensive, which may cost you much money. We are what we eat. Therefore, it’s very important for us to form healthy eating habits and eat fast food as little as possible. It’s only a choice when you are really in a hurry. That’s all. Thank you! (132 词)