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命题人： 李国成 吴鸿 钟道斌
1. What is the most probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Doctor and patient. B. Customer and waiter. C. Husband and wife.
2. What does the woman suggest the man buy?
A. A dress. B. A purse. C. A jacket.
3. When does the man want to go to the library?
A. On Saturday. B. On Sunday. C. On Monday.
4. Where does this conversation most likely take place?
A. At a clothing store. B. At a laundry. C. At a restaurant.
5. What are they talking about?
A. A painting. B. An art exhibition. C. An art class.
6. Why won’t the woman’s sister come to dinner?
A. She has to work late. B. She has an appointment. C. She’s in another town.
7. How does the man feel about the dinner tonight?
A. He is very excited. B. He is a little disappointed. C. He is quite angry.
8. Where does the woman plan to go?
9. What is the best way to see
A. Go there by plane. B. Take the train along the coast.
C. Go through the center of
10. Why did the man fall asleep?
A. He is sick. B. He works at night. C. His class was boring.
11. Why does the man have to work?
A. To pay for school. B. To pay his debts. C. To pay his hospital bill.
12. Where will the man probably go next?
A. To a class. B. To the financial aid office.
C. To the student employment office.
13. How did the woman get the computer?
A. She ordered it. B. She borrowed it. C. It was a gift.
14. What surprises the man about the computer?
A. The size. B. The price. C. The color.
15. What did the woman do in the café today?
A. She talked with a friend. B. She worked on her résumé.
C. She looked for a job there.
16. How does the woman feel about noisy cafés?
A. She dislikes the noise. B. She ignores the noise.
C. She is inspired by the noise.
17. What is required for guests?
A. A photo ID. B. A life jacket. C. Gym shorts.
18. What must be reported to the gym staff?
A. Spitting. B. Children’s “accidents”. C. Any illnesses after swimming.
19. At what age can children swim alone?
A. 9 B. 10. C. 11
20. Which pool policy has changed?
A. The business hours. B. The showering rules.
C. Required swimming clothes.
Check out all the new releases in the next four weeks.
Wednesday 16 March
Chalet Girl (
A British comedy about a girl who decides to give up her job at a fried chicken fast food place to try out being a chalet girl in the
Friday 18 March
A comedy following a teenager who wants to lose his virginity and stop his father from leaving his mother. Directed by Richard Ayoade.
Friday 25 March
Country Strong (
Rising country music songwriter(Garrett Hedlund) falls in love with a fallen star(Gwyneth Paltrow), and together they plan his rising and her comeback.
Sammy’s Adventures (3D)(U)
A sea turtle named Sammy, who was hatched in 1959, spends the next 50 years travelling the world as it changes through global warming.
Friday 1 April
Killing Bono(15) Watch the Trailer
Two brothers attempt to become global rock stars but can only look on as school friends and become the biggest band in the world.
Two brothers spend the day driving around
Friday 8 April
The Silent House
A horror movie based on a true story about a small house in a village in
An animated film about a domesticated macaw from
21. What do the films Chalet Girl and Submarine have in common?
A. They are both about girls.
B They are both comedies.
C. They are both directed by Richard Ayoade .
D. They are both starred by Bill Nighy.
22. If you like seeing the 3Dfilms, you can choose to see ________.
A. The Silent House and
B. Submarine and Passenger Side
C. Sammy’s Adventures and Rio
D. Killing Bono and Country Strong
23. Which of the following films is a love film?
A. Country Strong B. Passenger Side C. Killing Bono D. Sammy’s Adventures
24. The common point of all the films is that ________.
A. they are all set in
C. they are all new films D. they are all produced in
Packaging is an important form of advertising. A package can sometimes motivate someone to buy a product. For example, a small child may ask for a breakfast food that comes in a box with a picture of a TV character. The child is more interested in the picture than in breakfast food. Pictures for children to color or to cut out, games printed on a package or small gifts inside a box also motivate many children to buy products, or to ask their parents to buy for them.
Some packages suggest that a buyer will get something for nothing. Food products sold in reusable container are examples of this. Although a similar product in a plain container may cost less, people often prefer to buy the product in a reusable glass or dish, because they believe the container is free. However, the cost of the container is added to the cost of the product.
The size of the package also motivates a buyer. Maybe the package has “Economy Size” or “Family Size” painted on it. This suggests that the large size has the most products for the least money. But that is not always true. To find out, a buyer has to know how the product is sold and the price of the basic unit.
The information on the package should provide some answers. But the important thing for any buyer to remember is that a package is often an advertisement. The words and pictures do not tell the whole story. Only the product inside can do that.
25. The underlined part in Paragraph2 can be best replaced by_________.
A. useless B. worthless C. priceless D. costless
26. People are likely to buy the product sold in a glass or dish because ______.
A. they believe the cost of the container is included in the cost of the product
B. they think they can get the container for free
C. the container is too attractive
D. they have no other choice
27. What suggestion does the author give in the passage?
A. The quality of the container has nothing to do with the quality of the product.
B. The best choice for a buyer is to get a product in a plain package.
C. Don’t buy the product which is sold in a glass or dish.
D. A buyer should get what he needs most.
28. The passage is mainly written for________.
A. children B. sellers C. buyers D. advertisers
Are people less happy or happier the older they get? If you answered happier, then you were right. A study found that people generally become happier and experienced less worry after age fifty. In fact, it found that by the age of eight-five, people are happier with their life than they were at eighteen.
According to the research, levels of stress were highest among adults between the ages of twenty-two and twenty-five. Stress levels dropped sharply after people reached their fifties. Happiness was highest among the youngest adults and those in their early seventies. But the people least likely to report feeling negative emotions were those in their seventies and eighties. The survey also found that men and women had similar emotional patterns as they grow older.
The researchers also considered possible influences like having young children, being unemployed or being single. But they found that influences like these did not affect the levels of happiness and well-being related to age.
So why would happiness increase with age? One theory is that, as people get older, they become more thankful for what they have and have better control of their emotions. They also spend less time thinking about bad experiences.
In fact, happiness is not the only thing that improves with age. In a study published this year, people in their eighties reported the fewest problems with the quality of their sleep.
Researchers surveyed more than one hundred fifty thousand American adults. The study, which was set out originally to confirm the popular belief that aging is connected with increased sleep problems, eventually found an increase during middle age, especially in women. But except for that, people reported that they felt their sleep quality improved as they got older.
29. What possibly makes people feel happier as they grow older?
A. Having young children. B. Being grateful for what they have.
C. Getting unemployed. D. Thinking about bad experiences.
30. What is suggested in the passage?
A. People have less sleep problems as they get older
B. Marriage has some impact upon one’s happiness
C. Young adults are the happiest according to the research
D. People experience no challenges after the age of fifty
31. Where can you come across this passage?
A. A tour book. B. A fiction book. C. A sales report. D. A newspaper.
Students who want an easy way to get information about a large number of colleges in the
But Chris Carson says students should never depend on a third-party website like Campus Tours to choose a college. He advises parents and students to contact a school directly. If they plan to visit, they should call the school and talk about the visit and where to stay locally. In fact, he says contacting a school might even lead to a free visit.
Mr. Carson says showing real interest in a school can increase the chances of being admitted. “One thing in the
Chris Carson and several of his friends started Campus Tours in 1997. They noticed that many websites with campus tours were heavy with text and lacked much visual material.
32. What is the purpose of Campus Tours?
A. It offers you maps of quantities of colleges and universities.
B. It organizes tours to many famous colleges and universities.
C. It helps you get admitted to these colleges and universities.
D. It provides you with information about colleges and universities.
33. Why should parents and students contact a college directly?
A. They might be offered a free visit to the school
B. They would be told which hotel they could stay at
C. They would be given detailed information of the school
D. They could be less easily admitted into the college
34. What can be inferred from the fourth paragraph?
A. Demonstrated interest shows how often you contact the institution.
B. The institution will keep a record of how many times you contact them.
C. Demonstrated interest is the most important factor in your admission.
D. The more you contact a college, the more likely you will be admitted.
35. What can be the best title of the passage?
A. College Tours with the help of Campus Tours.
B. Getting admitted with the help of Campus Tours.
C. Information provided by Campus
D. Popularity of Campus
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。
Some people are born party planners. 36 Planning a party can be a huge job, but keep in mind that the most successful parties focus on making the guests feel relaxed and comfortable.
37 Your party may be an informal meeting or a formal dinner. Knowing what kind your party is and how many guests you will invite is good for your preparations.
No matter what type of party you are hosting，you should always personally invite your guests. 38 Never ask someone to invite another guest. Each guest should receive a personal invitation from the host.
When you have decided the type of the party and the number of the guests you will have，you can start to plan your menu. Try to include a variety of dishes so that everyone will enjoy the menu. 39 For instance，if you are serving seafood，make sure that none of your guests are allergic to it.
One week before the party，you should begin shopping for your food and supplies. If you plan to decorate your house，you should buy the decorations ahead of time. 40 Some foods may have to be bought a day or two before the party to keep them fresh.
A. Others are afraid of planning and hosting a party.
B. Take into consideration any special need of your guests.
C. You never want any of your guests to be dressed all wrong.
D. Buy any food item that can be bought in advance and stored.
E. If you have fewer things to do after the party，you will have less stress.
F. Your first step is to decide the type of the party and the number of guests.
G. You can do this by sending out written invitations or by calling each guest.
第一节 完形填空（共20小题；每题1. 5分，满分30分）
When I was 15 I had to lie about my age to get a job in a “dime” store in
Christmas was over and we had a lot of 43 left unsold in the store. I 44 to attract the passing shoppers to our sale, but they 45 to walk by, ignoring me.
Suddenly, a small girl walked by, and I handed her a doll. Her mother stopped to find out 46 her daughter had this doll, and I explained our good and 47 sale. The girl had 48 eyes and nothing was going to make her give up it. Thus I had my first 49 , full of 50 and confidence about the success.
I continued, handing anyone walking by a doll, 51 their age, and soon I had the cashier behind the 52 busy working.
Then I handed a doll to a small, 53 dressed girl. Her 54 lit up. Sadly, her mother turned it down. Quickly tears filled the little girl’s eyes as her mother explained 55 that there was no 56 to buy this doll and apologized to her. I 57 her that this was a really good bargain, but the mother just 58 her head.
“ 59 ---let me purchase this doll for your little girl.” An elegant woman 60 the doll from my hands and handed it carefully back to the little girl.
41. A. tight B. easy C. different D. common
42. A. enjoy B. support C. help D. manage
43. A. clothes B. groceries C. toys D. gifts
44. A. knelt down B. bent down C. shouted up D. looked up
45. A. continued B. refused C. hesitated D. pretended
46. A. why B. where C. how D. when
47. A. fast B. cheap C. large D. bad
48. A. new B. sharp C. watery D. shiny
49. A. income B. deal C. sale D. job
50. A. luck B. pride C. surprise D. satisfaction
51. A. regardless of B. rather than C. apart from D. according to
52. A. door B. counter C. window D. store
53. A. beautifully B. well C. shabbily D. dirtily
54. A. hair B. heart C. face D. smile
55. A. coldly B. gently C. loudly D. impatiently
56. A. money B. time C. need D. use
57. A. suggested B. persuaded C. reminded D. informed
58. A. nodded B. shook C. turned D. raised
59. A. Stop B. Go C. Come D. Wait
60. A. borrowed B. pulled C. took D. bought
第三部分 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)
Americans struggle with 61 (watch) their weight, while Frenchmen, 62 consume rich food, continue to stay thin. Now a research suggests how life style and decisions about eating may affect weight. Frenchmen tend to stop eating when they feel full. However, Americans tend to stop when their plate is empty or their favorite TV show is over.
Frenchmen see eating as an important part of 63 (they) life style. They enjoy food and therefore spend a 64 (fair) long time at the table, while Americans consider eating as something 65 (squeeze) between the other daily activities. Americans lose the ability to sense when they are actually full. So they keep eating long after Frenchmen would have stopped.
66 addition, Americans drive to huge supermarkets 67 (buy) canned and frozen foods for the week. Frenchmen, instead, tend to shop daily, walking to small shops and farmers’ markets where they have a 68 (choose) of fresh fruits, vegetables, and eggs as well as high-quality meats for each meal.
In spite of all these differences, evidence 69 (show) that recent life style changes may be affecting French eating habits. Today the rate of obesity — or extreme overweight — among adults is only 6%. However, as American fast food gains acceptance and 70 young reject older traditions, the obesity rate among French children has reached 17% and is growing.
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
Charlie loved his wife very much but tried to make her happy. He often bought her beautifully clothes and made delicious food to her. One day she felt there was anything wrong with her heart and went to the hospital at once. A doctor examined her and told her not eat meat, sugar, chocolate, etc. She writes all the food on a piece of papers. When she got home, she put the list on the table and went out. Returned home, she found all the food on the paper. Charlie was busy cooking. On seeing her, she said happily, “I’ve bought all you like, dear!”
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