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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)
例:How much is the shirt?
A. £19. 15.       B. £9. 18.      C. £9. 15.
1. Where does this conversation most probably take place?
A. At a nursery.      B. In a laundry.      C. In a library.  
2. When are Jenny’s parents coming?
A. In April.       B. In June.      C. In February.  
3. What will the woman probably do?
A. Buy the writer’s new book.    B. Go to visit the writer.    C. Write a book review.  
4. What does the man mean?
A. The lady’s room is a long way from here.
B. The woman has to sign up for using the lady’s room.
C. The woman is not able to use the lady’s room right now.  
5. Why won’t the woman eat any more?
A. She is losing weight.     B. She isn’t feeling well.    C. She has had enough.
第二节(共15小题;每小题1. 5分,满分22. 5分)
6. What do we know about Kate?
A. She’s too busy to see a doctor.
B. The doctor’s advice does her no good.
C. She hasn’t got well though she has seen a doctor.  
7. Who will go to see Kate?
A. The man.       B. The woman.      C. Both of them.  
8. What does the man want?
A. Less work.       B. More fun.      C. A good dinner.  
9. How does the man feel?
A. Dissatisfied.       B. Excited.      C. Sleepy.
10. What is the man’s attitude towards his older generation?
A. Doubtful.       B. Admiring.      C. Disappointed.
11. Why does the man hire some bikes?
A. To go traveling abroad.    
B. To visit the island with his friend.
C. To go to visit the bicycle rental shop.  
12. What does the woman suggest?
A. Seeing her tomorrow.     B. Going to the beach.    C. Hiring a motorbike.  
13. Where is the man staying?
A. At Burt’s Bicycle Rental.    B. At the Holiday Sun Hotel.   C. At No. 100 Teckman Street.  
14. When did Meg hand in the report?
A. On September 1st.     B. On September 3rd.    C. On September 5th.  
15. What is the most important to Starbucks’ success?
A. Its management.      B. The taste of its coffee.    C. Its selections of stores and service.  
16. What does the professor advise Meg to do?
A. To leave out some figures.    B. To change a new topic.   C. To do more research.
17. What is Task Rabbit?
A. A service company.    
B. An old company with new ideas.
C. A successful magazine that offers many services.
18. What could a Task Rabbit worker do?
A. Find you a job to do.     B. Lend you money for rent.   C. Help you move your furniture.
19. Who founded the company Task Rabbit?
A. Leah Busque.      B. Sally.       C. Neighbours.
20. What is the theme of Task Rabbit?
A. Making millions of dollars.    
B. Finding ways to help the elderly.
C. Connecting neighbours to help each other.

第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分40分)
Welcome to The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Met, which is short for The Metropolitan Museum of Art, presents over 5, 000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy. Millions of people take part in The Met experience online or offline.
Since it was founded in 1870, The Met has always tried to be more than a storeroom of rare and beautiful objects. Every day, art comes alive in the Museum’s galleries and through its exhibitions and events, revealing(显示)both new ideas and unexpected connections across time and across cultures.
I. How can I obtain permission to film or photograph at The Metropolitan Museum of Art?
Please e-mail a detailed request to communications@metmuseum. org.
II. How can I obtain suitable images to reproduce in a magazine, newspaper, or website?
To view and request press images for the Museum’s current and upcoming exhibitions and news stories about the Met, please sign in or register for a press account in the Press Images section of the online Press Room.
III. All other image requests should be directed to Art Resource through its website (http://www. artres. com), by telephone at 212-505-8700, or e-mail at requests@artres. com. You may also submit your request using the Image Request Form available on the Met’s website.
IV. If you have any other questions, please contact the Museum’s Digital Department:
Digital Department
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 10028-0198
Telephone: 212-650-2550
E-mail: privacypolicy@metmuseum. orp
21. What type of writing is this text?
A. A business guide.   B. An advertisement.   C. A research report.   D. An art survey.
22. What can we learn about the Met from the text?
A. The Met has a history of 5, 000 years.
B. The Met stops collecting arts right now.
C. People started to visit the Met online to buy objects.
D. People cannot take a photo without the permission of the Met.
23. What should you do if you want to have images used for a magazine?
A. Telephone at 212-505-8700.       B. Contact the Museum’s Digital Department.
C. Write an application at the online Press Room.    D. E-mail to communications@metmuseum. org.
Volunteering Is Fun
One afternoon I was sitting at home feeling so bored. Instead of feeling sorry for myself, I wanted to meet people and have new experiences so I decided to start volunteering. I searched on my computer and found a website where I could volunteer on a farm in France.
My time working on a farm was a new experience for me. It was basically a free holiday as food and accommodation were provided. However, it was not your typical holiday as I had to look after fifteen horses and sleep at the top of a tower in a castle! I was an awful farmer but it did not matter because I made some great friends.
However, you do not need to go abroad to volunteer. I have had plenty of adventures at home as volunteering can become a hobby. For example, I love singing so I had a good laugh waving my arms in an attempt to conduct my local choir. I did slowly improve and it felt great to conduct the choir in a concert. At university, I organised a concert for charity with my friends. It was really fun finding bands and raising money for a cause we believe in.
It is true that you feel good volunteering but there are also other advantages. I once volunteered as a server at a charity sports event where the organizers gave me cupcakes to thank me for my services. I also volunteered in a charity shop so I found loads of nice cheap clothes to update my wardrobe(衣柜).
While this is all fun, my favourite aspect of volunteering is creating and sharing stories. My terrible attempts at farming have given me hilarious stories to tell! Talking to volunteers from different countries and backgrounds has also helped me learn more about the world. I feel thankful to have had so much fun with many nice people thanks to volunteering.
24. Why did the author want to volunteer?
A. He wanted to go abroad.      B. He felt ashamed of himself.
C. He wanted to be a farmer.      D. He wanted to taste new life and make friends.
25. The underlined word “hilarious” in the last paragraph is closest in meaning to “       ”.
A. funny     B. negative    C. awful     D. sad
26. What volunteering work did the author do?
A. Helping in a charity shop      B. Conducting a choir in a sports event
C. Helping in an Italian farm      D. Taking care of sheep
27. How does the author feel according to the last paragraph?
A. Curious.    B. Anxious.    C. Grateful.    D. Cautious.
The world’s first “Sky Pool” has been uncoated(曝光)-and it’ll give anyone a touch of dizziness(眩晕), unless he or she is not bothered by heights.
Situated in the capital’s new riverside district beside Battersea Power Station, the glass pool, hanging 10 storeys, or 110 feet up as a bridge between two apartment buildings, is 25m long, 5m wide and 3m deep with a water depth of 1. 2m. Swimmers will be able to look down 35 meters to the street below as they take a dip, with only 20cm of glass between them and the outside world. It’s even got a bar, folding chairs and an orange garden.
The pool will be part of Embassy Gardens at Nine Elms, a huge£15 billion building project beside the new American Embassy in south-west London. The project is creating thousands of apartments, the smallest of which are expected to cost nearly $1 million, and the pool will only be open to the apartments’ owners.
Embassy Gardens takes design inspiration from the Meatpacking District of New York with floor to ceiling windows and brick frontages. The designer, Sean Mulryan, desired to push the boundaries in the capability of construction and engineering and do something that had never been done before. The Sky Pool’s transparent structure is the result of significant advancements in technologies over the last decade.
The experience of the pool will be truly unique and it will feel like floating through the air in central London.
Those people lucky enough to swim there will have a perfect view of the Palace of Westminster and the London Eye. It will be a selling point for developers when the second stage of the development is released to market.
28. Who can swim in the Sky Pool?
A. Anyone at Nine Elms.          B. Visitors to London.
C. People living in Embassy Gardens.       D. Those who are not terrified of heights.
29. People lucky enough to swim in the Sky Pool can do the following except       .
A. drinking with friends          B. experiencing diving and surfing
C. appreciating the London Eye        D. sitting in the orange garden
30. What do we know from the text?
A. The pool lies in the centre of London.
B. The pool is 25 metres above the ground.
C. The pool was similar to New York’s modern constructions.
D. The pool is helpful for selling apartments in Embassy Gardens.
31. We can infer from the text that       .
A. the apartments in Embassy Gardens are fairly expensive  B. the new American Embassy has been moved away
C. Nine Elms is a street in Embassy Gardens     D. building the pool is not a complex job
Every day, people come into contact with thousands of chemicals. These chemicals are said to be harmless to human health. In fact, the chemicals are considered so safe that we wash with them. We put them on our bodies and even our faces. Other chemical products are used throughout our homes.
By the time you walk out of your front door, you have already been exposed to thousands of chemicals.
On its own, each chemical seems harmless. But in combination with other chemicals, they may become deadly. That is the finding of a two-year study by a high-profile(高调的)task force of scientists. The task force was told to investigate the cancer-causing possibility of chemical mixtures.
Linda Gulliver was one of the 174 scientists on the task force. Their job was to study the cancer-causing potential of 85 chemicals. All 85 are said to be common in the environment.
Ms. Gulliver explains that chemicals have the potential or ability to form dangerous mixtures. Even simple minerals can become dangerous when mixed with chemicals found in plastics or beauty products.
Working in groups, the scientists explored how different chemical mixtures could lead to cancer. Ms. Gulliver’s team looked at the ability of different combinations to support the increase of malignant(恶性的)human cells.
She says the current way to identify whether chemicals cause cancer is to test them one at a time. This method leads, she adds, to a long list of supposedly “safe” chemicals. She and her team say that approach needs to change.
“We definitely need certain research. . . to find out what mixtures of chemicals would be more harmful than others; what groups of chemicals, when together, would produce more harmful effects. And at the moment, that is not known. ”
An estimated one in five cancers has been linked to chemical exposure. It may turn out that the cancer-causing villain(恶棍)is not a single chemical at all.
32. What effect may one single chemical have on us according to the text?
A. It may destroy our body.        B. It may not cause danger to us.
C. It may let us suffer from cancer.       D. It may let our body make a change.
33. What can we learn about Ms. Gulliver’s research?
A. She has found 85 cancer-causing chemicals.
B. She has found reasons for five kinds of cancers.
C. She has found that only one chemical can cause cancer.
D. She is not sure what mixtures of chemicals are more harmful.
34. According to the text, we can infer that the study      .
A. is just wasting time and money       B. is still in need of great efforts
C. will cause panic in public        D. will be resisted by the public
35. What is the best title for the text?
A. Mixtures of Safe Chemicals May Cause Cancer  B. Being Exposed to One Chemicals Is Dangerous
C. How Mixtures of Safe Chemicals Come into Being?  D. What Is the Real Cause For Cancer?
If you find yourself losing the motivation to do your homework, you are not alone.  36  If you want to get good grades, of course, you must do your homework. Here’s how to find the motivation:
  37  If you are too tired, you’ll just want to watch television instead of thinking about your homework. Plus, you’ll have a much easier time remembering what you’ve read if you are energetic.
Turn off the distractions(分散注意力的事). Turn off the music and television. If you don’t need your computer or the Internet for your homework, turn it off as well. Make sure your study area is free from distractions.  38 
Start right away. Doing your homework right after you get home can keep you from falling into the trap of endless hours of distractions.  39  Although it may not be popular to do your homework on a Friday night, you’ll have the rest of the weekend free.
Create a schedule.  40  Plan out when you will do each part of the assignment. Split them into small parts, so that you can feel good about completing each part. It can be much easier to deal with a big assignment or project once you’ve split it into manageable pieces.
Homework can be boring, but it’s a necessary evil if you want to pass your classes. Once you make a plan to finish your homework, stick to it.
A. Get enough rest.
B. Gather your materials.
C. Write all of your assignments on a checklist.
D. Many students delay in doing their homework.
E. You’ll easily get distracted and avoid finishing your homework.
F. Plus, the material you’ve learned will still be fresh in your mind.
G. You’ll be able to finish your homework much faster if you can focus on it.
笫三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)
第一节 完形填空(共20小题;每题1. 5分,满分30分)
As I walked through the door, I felt sharp coldness. While my fingers began to numb, many  41  ran through my head. Why am I here?What were my parents thinking when they  42  here?
My parents were born and raised a  43  family in southwestern Iowa. From a very young age, they were expected to  44  the family farm.
Five years after my birth, my parents made a decision that would  45  our lives forever. They decided they  46   more in life. They told their families that they were moving to Alaska!
Why would they move to Alaska, the  47  of polar bears and Eskimos?When I asked, they said, “We wanted to experience adventure. ”My grandparents thought that they were  48  and said, “It is a horrible thing to do to those kids. ”
  49  my parents moved, with nothing but a few clothes and $500 dollars. Through hard work and perseverance, they have not only survived, but are  50  than ever. My father has gotten his  51  job as a wildlife technician for the Department of Fish and Game. My  52  is now the manager of the high school kitchen.
These two people had the courage to  53  for their dreams-no matter what others thought. Through good and bad time, my parents never lost sight of their  54  . What they wanted most in the world was to raise their children to be  55  . I honor and thank them. Because of their  56  , I have become an independent young man.  57  their hard work and strong will, they have become happy and successful. I have learned through their actions and mistakes that anything is  58  .
So, when I ask myself why I am in Alaska, I  59  myself how I got here. No matter how  60  it gets, I can’t think of a better place to grow up. I surely do love Alaska!
41. A. ways       B. plans       C. questions       D. wishes
42. A. left        B. moved     C. searched        D. forget
43. A. farming      B. building       C. nursing        D. training
44. A. look for      B. put away      C. take over       D. find out
45. A. prove       B. change       C. begin        D. save
46. A. ate      B. lost        C. used        D. wanted
47. A. land       B. sight       C. visit        D. protection
48. A. strong      B. brave       C. young        D. crazy
49. A. So       B. And       C. But         D. If
50. A. wiser       B. happier       C. earlier        D. heavier
51. A. old       B. rich        C. lucky        D. dream
52. A. mother      B. brother       C. friend        D. grandpa
53. A. go       B. ask        C. care        D. wait
54. A. problems      B. feelings       C. goals        D. experiences
55. A. healthy      B. safe       C. kind        D. successful
56. A. jobs       B. teachings      C. failures        D. permissions
57. A. Despite     B. Without      C. Through     D. Beyond
58. A. easy      B. useful      C. painful        D. possible
59. A. doubt      B. remind       C. believe         D. persuade
60. A. cold      B. long        C. much       D. far
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)
It is 2 years  61  we had a cleaning lady and for some reason my husband has become very demanding toward her. He believes she does not work as well as she used to. He complains a lot and has decided to complain to her. Yesterday I tried several  62  (time) to discuss with him my  63  (satisfy) with her work, but he was a little bit upset. This morning I looked at the house and all the cleaning she  64  (do) before. I thought it was unfair to complain because she was doing such  65  great job. So I fought for her again,  66  (say) it was unnecessary to complain. She was doing well and she deserved to get  67  (pay)more and to receive some extra money for the new year. And  68  (final) my husband told her that we had decided to pay her more,  69  was a surprise to her.
I’m very happy I have protected this lady from unfair words and that we are treating her fairly now and doing something to shorten the gap  70  the rich and the poor.
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)
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。
Recently I have taken quite an interest in cook so I suggest that the school organizes a cooking-learning activity to teach students to prepare any delicious food. It can be great fun and I bet there will be a lot communication going on among students. Besides, it’s a good way to build up team spirits. The school can even be hold a competition to see whom can cook the most delicious food. More important, I think cooking is a vital skill for people nowadays. What is known to all, eating self-cooked is a much healthier and little costly way of life than eating in a restaurant.
第二节 书面表达(满分25分)
1. 词数100左右;
2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;
3. 开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。
Dear editor,
I am writing to you to talk about the heavy traffic.                                                                  
I do hope my suggestions will be taken.
Li Hua

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21~23BDC   24~27DAAC  28~31CBDA   32~35BDBA   36~40DAGFC
41~45CBACB  46~50DACDB 51~55DAACD  56~60BCBDA
61. since   62. times   63. satisfaction  64. had done   65. a
66. saying  67. paid   68. finally   69. which    70. between
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                      some                                                 of
 going on among students. Besides, it’s a good way to build up team spirits. The school can even be hold a competition
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 What is known to all, eating self-cooked is a much healthier and little costly way of life than eating in a restaurant.
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Text 1
M:Miss Richardson. My daughter didn’t sleep well last night. Will you give her some extra attention today?
W:Don’t worry, Mr Cruise. All the kids will be taken good care of here.
Text 2
M:Hey Jenny. It’s already April. Aren’t your parents coming to visit this month?
W:Yes, they have planned to but then an emergency turned up and they have put off their visit for two months.
Text 3
M:A new book of J. K. Rowling has been released. You must be a fan of hers?
W:I haven’t heard about the news. But you’re right. I am crazy about her works.
Text 4
W:Excuse me.
W:Is there a lady’s room around here?
M:There is. But unlucky for you, it has a big “out of use” sign on it.
Text 5
M:Another piece of meat pie?
W:No, thanks really. I’m on a diet.
M:Please do. You’re hardly eaten anything.
W:It’s delicious, but I don’t think I ought to.
Text 6
M:Have you seen Kate recently, Vicky?
W:Yes, I have. I saw her a couple of days ago. She hasn’t been very well in the last couple of weeks.
M:Has she seen a doctor since she’s been ill?
W:Yes, she has. The doctor told her to take it easy for a while, but she hasn’t been taking his advice. She’s as busy as usual.
M:Do you think it useful for me to ask her to have a rest when I go to see her?Or shall we go together?
W:I think you can go yourself and show your concern to her since sometimes would take your advice. So it’s unnecessary for me to go with you. What’s more. I’ve got some other things to do at the moment.
Text 7
W:You are not looking very cheerful. What’s the matter with you?
M:Oh, nothing special. I’m just thinking a lot.
W:About the job?
M:About everything, about catching the same train every morning, sitting in the same office all day, watching the same television program. . .
W:You need a holiday.
M:It wasn’t always like this, you know.
W:What do you mean?
M:Well, our great-great-grandfathers had more fun, didn’t they?I mean, they hunted for their food and grew their own vegetables and did things for themselves. We do the same sort of job for years and years. There’s no variety in our lives.
W:You need a holiday. That’s what the matter is with you.
Text 8
M:Good morning. This is Burt’s Bicycle Rental.
W:Good morning. A friend of mine suggested I call up to hire some bikes.
W:Oh, yes, a lot of people do so these days.
M:Yes, we’re just on holiday here for a few days and they said it would be a good idea to see the island by bike.
W:Well, it certainly is. And most people rent a motorbike because you can get around faster and even go to the beach if you like.
M:If I wanted to hire two motorbikes tomorrow morning for two days, would there be any problem?
W:None at all. May I have your name, please?
M:It’s Green. Arthur Green.
W:And your telephone number?
M:I’m at the Holiday Sun Hotel. My number is 0708112. I’m in room 1203. By the way, is your bike rental shop at No. 100 Teckman Street?
W:That’s right.
M:Thank you. Bye.
Text 9
M:Professor Hopkins. May I have a word with you?
W:Sure, Meg. What’s up?
W:I got a C for my report. I am wondering what I have done wrong. You know I have put a lot of time and energy to the report.
M:Well, Meg. I understand you have made much effort on the report. Maybe that’s why you are two days late to hand in the report. The due day is September 3rd.
W:Yes, Professor. I am sorry about that.
M:And this report is about the success of the Starbucks Coffee. In your report, you have mentioned the company’s management, selections of stores and service. But I am surprised that you didn’t mention anything about its coffee. It’s a coffee shop. Meg. Isn’t the taste of its coffee the most important thing to its success?
W:Yeah, I guess I have made a mistake by leaving it out.
M:And figures are important too. You also need to add an actual figure such as the monthly sales.
W:You are quite right, Professor?
M:And why not do more research, look for some figures and write the report again.
W:Are you giving me another change, Professor?
M:Seems like I am.
Text 10
If you are like millions of busy people, you want to get your work done, so you can do the things that you enjoy the most. That’s what Task Rabbit, a new service company, helps people do. Task Rabbit uses the Internet and smartphones to quickly find people in your neighborhood to do the tasks for you. For example, if you are throwing a surprise party and you need someone to pick up the ice cream cake and your aunt Sally, but you don’t have time to drive around, a tasker will do it for you!Task Rabbit employees are hired and screened by the company. They have specific services in which they specialize. Need help hanging a painting?Need someone with a pickup truck to help you move?There is a tasker out there to help you. The taskers are generally well-educated people. Out of all the taskers, about 70% hold bachelor’s degrees, 20% hold master’s degrees, and 5% hold PhD degrees. Some people have turned their work for Task Rabbit into a full-time job as well. Leah Busque, who ran out of dog food one day, founded Task Rabbit in 2008. She based it on the idea of “neighbours helping neighbours”. Since then, the company has received $37. 5 million in funding.




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