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第一部分 英语知识运用(,45分)

(15小题;1分,15分)

1. — What about going for a picnic this weekend?

— . I’ll have to prepare for next Monday’s exam.

A. I’d love to B. I’m afraid not

C. I couldn’t agree more D. Well, it depends

2. On third day, strong wind blew, which made Mary worried about her son’s safety.

A. the; the B. a; the C. a; a D. the; a

3. Even if parents don’t apply , students say they feel guilty just the same unless they do well in their exams.

A. challenge B. adjustment

C. pressure D. motivation

4. — Will you tell us about your new project?

— Sure. Just me a moment to organize my thoughts.

A. giving B. given C. give D. to give

5. — I drove to the hospital by myself this morning.

— What? You me. I could go with you there.

A. should tell B. should have told

C. could tell D. could have told

6. — You seem very delighted.

— Of course. The manager has my suggestions for making improvements in our service.

A. approved B. assessed C. treated D. arranged

7. I would like this matter immediately; could you come up with a good way to solve it?

A. settling B. to settle

C. being settled D. settled

8. It is generally believed that being hard-working is just it takes us to be successful in our career.

A. that B. whether C. what D. how

9. It’s a great pleasure to chat with you. Not only myself tonight, but I also learned a lot about Canada.

A. did I enjoy B. I enjoyed C. had I enjoyed D. I had enjoyed

10. — Could I ask John to take charge of the project?

— Yes. You can him; he has the ability to handle it.

A. concentrate on B. depend on

C. focus on D. agree on

11. Charlie remembered several occasions in the past he had experienced a similar feeling of fear.

A. what B. which C. when D. that

12. There have been demands for the prime minister that he office since the incident happened.

A. leaves B. left C. will leave D. leave

13. An increasing number of people to buy an apartment in Kunming, which enjoys nice weather and fresh air.

A. want B. wants

C. have wanted D. has wanted

14. — Does your brother intend to take part in the race to be held next week?

— Yes, he intends .

A. so B. to do it C. to D. to do

15. the professor gave a very detailed explanation on how the black holes come into being, I still got confused.

A. Unless B. Until C. Although D. Once

第二节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,学习30分)

It was unseasonably (不合时宜地) hot that day. It seemed that everybody was 16 some kind of relief, so an ice-cream store was a good place to 17 .

A little girl, holding her 18 tightly, entered the store. 19 she could say a word, the store clerk 20 told her to get outside and read the sign on the door, and stay 21 until she put on some shoes. She left slowly, and a big man 22 her out of the store.

He watched as she stood in front of the store and read the 23 : No Bare Feet. Tears started rolling down her 24 as she turned and walked away. Just then the big man 25 her to stay. Sitting down on the roadside, he 26 his shoes, and 27 them in front of the girl, saying, “Here, you won’t be able to walk in these, 28 if you slide along, you can get your 29 then.”

Then he 30 the little girl up and set her feet into the shoes. “ 31 ,” he said. “I get tired of moving them around, and it feels good to just 32 here and eat my ice-cream.” The shining 33 of the little girl could not be missed as she shuffled (拖着脚走) up to the counter (柜台) and 34 her ice-cream. He was a big man — big belly and big shoes, but most 35 , he had a big heart.

16. A. looking for B. taking up C. leaving out D. applying for

17. A. live B. buy C. stop D. pass

18. A. money B. shoes C. book D. dress

19. A. While B. As C. After D. Before

20. A. gently B. severely C. slowly D. tightly

21. A. up B. out C. off D. in

22. A. followed B. saw C. led D. helped

23. A. message B. sign C. letter D. notice

24. A. ice-cream B. cheeks C. nose D. mouth

25. A. ordered B. informed C. asked D. watched

26. A. handed over B. put on C. pulled on D. took off

27. A. set B. threw C. held D. joined

28. A. and B. so C. but D. or

29. A. sweets B. shoes C. books D. ice-cream

30. A. brought B. lifted C. turned D. sped

31. A. Take your time B. Hurry up C. Don’t be afraid D. I’m not sure

32. A. wait B. stand C. sit D. lie

33. A. face B. eyes C. hands D. shoes

34. A. made B. ordered C. looked D. found

35. A. fortunately B. regularly C. naturally D. importantly

第二部分 阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,学习40分)

A

One afternoon, when I was cleaning the garage in our new house, I noticed a piece of carpet sticking out of the ceiling. I fetched a ladder and reached the ceiling. There I saw a metal container that I recognized as a World War II ammo (弹药) box; my grandfather used to store tools in ammo boxes on his farm. I opened the box and was surprised at what I saw —several rolls of money tied up in orange thread. I found $800. My God! I found another seven boxes, plus two big black bags also full of rolls of money. In all, about $45,000.

My first thought was that this was a blessing from God. But I knew I should return the money to the former owner, David, instead of satisfying all my desires. So I called him and asked him to drop by.

However, he was shocked not about the money but about what I did. He said he had recently inherited (继承) the house and it must have been his dad who had hidden the money. What made him do it? I think he did it for his children.

There were balls of that orange thread still hanging on the wall of the garage when we moved in. I used them to tie up Christmas presents last year for my kids. I hope it reminded my kids of the gift greater than money that my wife and I gave them — the honesty.

36. David was shocked that .

A. there were so many ammo boxes in his former house

B. a lot of money was found in his former house

C. the author returned all the money to him

D. his father hid so much money for him

37. What can be inferred from the text?

A. David missed and appreciated his father very much.

B. The author hoped what he did would affect his children.

C. The author’s grandfather hid some money in an ammo box.

D. David’s father was very rich during the Second World War.

38. The main idea of the text is that .

A. people should be honest all the time

B. the author treasured the orange thread

C. money should be returned to its owner

D. money should be hidden for children

B

The following is a list of some of Tokyo’s most popular spots for cherry blossom, including the typical (典型的) time for best views in the year of 2012.

Shinjuku Gyoen

Shinjuku Gyoen has more than one thousand cherry trees of over a dozen kinds, including many early and late flowering trees. There are giant lawn (草坪) areas, and the atmosphere is calm and peaceful. Thanks to the early and late blooming trees, Shinjuku Gyoen is a good place for those who miss the main season for a week or two.

10 minutes’ walk from Shinjuku Station, 200 yen, April, from 9:00 to 16:30

Ueno Park

As one of Japan’s most crowded, noisy and popular spots for cherry blossom parties, Ueno Park has more than 1,000 trees along the street leading towards the National Museum. Ueno Park’s blossoms typically open 1-3 days ahead of the blossoms in other spots in the city.

A few steps from Ueno Station, admission free, March 27 to April 15, from 17:30 to 20:00

Sumida Park

The park covers a few hundred meters along both sides of Sumida River. Some food stands (摊位) are available. Cherry blossom views can also be enjoyed from rented (租的) boats. There are several picnic spots under the cherry trees. Trees are lit up in the evenings, which is different from other spots.

A few steps from Asakusa Station, admission free, March 31 to April 8, from 8:00 to 21:30

Inokashira Park

There are a few hundreds of cherry trees in this giant, public city park, which has a central pond. Boats can be rented in order to view the blossoms from the water.

South of Kichijoji Station, admission free, April, from 9:00 to 16:30

39. If you miss the main season of cherry blossom for one week, you can go to .

A. Inokashira Park B. Ueno Park

C. Shinjuku Gyoen D. Sumida Park

40. According to Paragraph 3, we can infer that .

A. we can’t be allowed to enter Ueno Park at 21:00

B. Ueno Park’s blossoms open later than other spots

C. we must pay admission fees to go into Ueno Park

D. we can enjoy a giant lawn in Ueno Park

41. Why is Sumida Park special from other spots?

A. Because it has a central pond.

B. Because it is free for every visitor.

C. Because it has hundreds of cherry trees.

D. Because its trees are lit up in the evenings.

42. Sumida Park and Inokashira Park are different from the others in .

A. offering boat tours B. early opening time

C. free admission D. hundreds of trees

C

Here are some tips on how to keep you, your belongings (财物) and your money safe during travel. After all, it’d be a shame to spend all the time and research finding the best price for your trip, only to lose your cash and credit cards to a thief.

★ Don’t show others that you are not a native.

You’re a tourist. You know that, but you don’t want everybody else to know that. Don’t unfold your big map on a busy corner. Don’t ask strangers on the street for directions. Learn your route ahead of time, and step into a business for directions whenever possible. Avoid flashing your guidebook around, or publicly referring to your language dictionary when traveling abroad.

★ Keep your friends close and your money closer.

A lone traveler equals easy pickings for an experienced criminal. If you are traveling alone, try to hide that fact. Stick with groups whenever possible and keep information-sharing with taxi drivers and the like to a minimum (最少量).

Another thing you don’t want to advertise: where you keep your money. A fanny pack (腰包) may be convenient, but it means “I’m not from around here!” If you have a purse, keep it close to your body, preferably under an item of clothing like a jacket or sweater so that thieves can’t steal it. Be sure your wallet is in a securely fastened pocket. Or go like 007 with a hidden money belt. How cool is that?

★ Be careful, even in your hotel room.

Never ever blindly answer a knock at your door. If the knocker identifies (确认) himself as a hotel employee, call the front desk to confirm. Always make sure your hotel door completely closes.

Don’t leave your valuables lying around when you leave for the day.

43. Why shouldn’t tourists wear a fanny pack?

A. Because it can’t hide money.

B. Because it is not convenient.

C. Because it shows that they are not local.

D. Because it can’t be hidden under their jacket.

44. Why does the author mention 007’s money belt?

A. To persuade readers to learn from 007.

B. To persuade readers to buy the belt worn by 007.

C. To persuade readers to hide money in their belt.

D. To persuade readers not to show others where they keep money.

45. This text is intended for .

A. thieves B. tourists

C. hotel managers D. language learners

46. We can learn from the text that .

A. when traveling abroad, we shouldn’t open our language dictionary in public

B. we can leave our money at the hotel when traveling abroad

C. we should go to open the door if we hear a knock at it

D. we should not talk with taxi drivers abroad

D

Fast-food giant, McDonald’s, said that they would cut out excess calories in their kids’ menu choices. McDonald’s will reduce the amount of chips (炸薯条) in Happy Meals and will also include sliced apple “dippers” in every meal. McDonald’s says it will still include the ever-popular toys with each meal.

“We are going to pay attention to how we can introduce more food groups such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains,” said Cindy Goody, McDonald’s senior director of nutrition.

After getting much of the blame for childhood obesity, fast-food chains, especially McDonald’s, began selling more nutritious menu items such as oatmeal (燕麦粥) and salads. But the restaurant was most blamed for its marketing (市场营销) which is often aimed at young children. Some cities, such as San Francisco, California, have banned (禁止) toys from all kids’ meals that didn’t meet strict nutritional rules for fat, salt and sugar content because the prizes attracted more children to the fast food.

McDonald’s felt public pressure to change their offerings. The company has reduced chips in every meal. This decreases calorie content by about 20 percent, which means a new Happy Meal is less than 600 calories. In the past, the unhealthiest Happy Meal consisted of a cheeseburger, chips and one percent chocolate milk, which contained 700 calories and 27 grams of fat.

“It’s a good first step,” said Kelle Louailler, executive director of Corporate Accountability International. His group watches over companies. “However, we have yet to focus on the problem: its brand marketing to kids. And so long as burgers, chips and soda offerings to kids, along with toys, remain central to that brand, health professionals (教师) will continue to call for the marketing to stop.”

47. The underlined word “excess” in Paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to “ ”.

A. enough B. extra

C. entire D. expensive

48. We can infer from the text that in McDonald’s the apple “dippers” is a kind of food that .

A. is most popular with customers B. contains apples and whole grains

C. is a lot healthier D. is high in calories

49. McDonald’s will make some changes in meals because of .

A. the high prices of fruits and vegetables

B. the change of children’s eating habits

C. the pressure from the public

D. some strict nutritional rules

50. What does the fourth paragraph mainly tell us?

A. The problems that McDonald’s is facing.

B. Some changes the McDonald’s has made.

C. Its marketing is blamed by some people.

D. Customers dislike its new menu.

E

Bee Gees star Robin Gibb, who awoke from a coma (昏迷) last month, has a “50-50” chance of recovering from the colon cancer that may have spread to his liver, a friend of the singer told British newspaper The Telegraph.

Jim Dooley, former lead singer of British family band The Dooleys and one of Gibb’s friends, told the paper, “It’s hard to say whether he could come through this but his wife Dwina is a wonderful woman and she is giving him all the love and TLC she can give.”

Dooley told the paper that Gibb, 62, was unable to speak due to a tracheotomy (气管切开术) and was communicating by blinking (眨眼).

“Dwina has said that because he has spent so long in a coma, there are a lot of things he will have to learn to do again if he comes through it. He will have to relearn how to walk,” Dooley said. “The plan is to get his strength up so he can continue chemotherapy (化疗) treatment for his cancer.”

It’s said that Pope (教皇) Benedict XVI is sending a special blessing for Gibb.

Dooley and Gibb have been working together for four years to raise money for the Bomber Command Memorial in London.

Gibb entered a London hospital after catching pneumonia and was in a coma for nine days. His doctor credited the singer’s iron will and deep reserves of physical strength with helping him wake from the coma but said how the disease would develop was still uncertain.

Gibb founded the Bee Gees with his twin brother, Maurice, and older brother, Barry, in the late 1950s and went on to sell an estimated 200 million records. The group’s 1970s hit songs include “Night Fever”, “Tragedy” and “How Deep Is Your Love”.

51. The underlined expression “TLC” in Para. 2 probably means .

A. thick layer of cake B. tender loving care

C. total lung capacity D. twice long connection

52. We can learn from the text that Robin Gibb .

A. cannot express himself at all at present

B. will be sure to recover because of his wife’s care

C. will most probably fail to come through the cancer

D. can communicate with others through eyes

53. What can we infer from the text?

A. Robin Gibb may lose part of his memory if he can recover.

B. Robin Gibb won’t receive chemotherapy treatment any more.

C. Robin Gibb might have had his two legs seriously injured.

D. Robin Gibb might have died but for his wife’s love.

54. Which of the following is TRUE according to the text?

A. Bee Gees was founded in the late 1970s.

B. Dooley raised money for Gibb’s operation.

C. Gibb and Dooley founded the band Bee Gees.

D. Gibb is probably in a hospital in London at present.

55. Gibb will most probably recover because of the following EXCEPT .

A. Pope Benedict XVI’s blessing B. the doctor’s careful treatment

C. his wife’s love and care D. his strong willpower

第三部分 书面表达(共两节,学习35分)

第一节 阅读表达(共5小题;每小题2分,学习10分)

阅读下面的短文,并根据短文后的要求答题(请注意问题后的词数要求)。

Green labels can help you choose products that are less harmful to the environment or are made in a way that treats people more fairly. Find out the difference between a green label and a green claim — and learn what to do if either is misleading or untrue.

What is a green label?

A green label is a symbol that shows a product is less damaging to the environment or to the people making it than other similar products. Some examples of commonly used green labels include Fairtrade, Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and the fuel economy label.

There are green labels for almost every kind of product, from paper to paints, and from cut flowers to cutlery (餐具). You can use them to help you choose products that:

● use less energy or water

● are made from recycled materials

● are kinder to wildlife and the natural world

● help people in developing countries, by making sure workers and producers are treated fairly

What is a green claim?

As well as organized labeling schemes, manufacturers and retailers (零售商) can make their own environmental claims for their products.

Some claims give useful information on how a product is made or the best way to deal with it. Others may mislead customers. Phrases like “environmentally friendly” are meaningless on their own, so look for an explanation of exactly what is being done to    .

Inaccurate green labels or claims: what to do

If you think a green label or claim is untrue or misleading, you have a number of options.

Contact the manufacturer or retailer.

If you find a green claim unclear or just want to know more, start by asking the retailer or manufacturer. You can try asking:

● for an explanation of how the product is greener

● whether they use the Green Claims Code

56. What’s the passage mainly about? (no more than 10 words)

57. Fill in the blank in the passage with proper words. (no more than 5 words)

58. List three green labels from the passage. (no more than 10 words)

59. What should you do if you find a green label or claim is untrue or misleading? (no more than 6 words)

60. What does the underlined word “them” probably refer to? (no more than 3 words)

第二节 书面表达(25分)

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1-15 BDCCB ADCAB CDACC

16-35 ACADB BABBC DACDB ACBBD

36-55 CBACA DACDB ABCCB BDADA

阅读表达

56. The difference between a green label and a green claim.

57. help the environment

58. ① Fairtrade; ② Marine Stewardship Council; ③ The fuel economy label.

59. Contact the manufacturer or retailer.

60. Green labels.

One possible version:

Dear Mrs. Brown,

I have just returned to China. I am writing this letter to thank you for making my life enjoyable and successful in Britain.

My first day of study is still in my memory. I remember that I was so nervous and made a lot of mistakes in your class. Several times I was sure that you were going to lose your temper, but you didn’t. Your kind guidance and behavior have helped me learn a lot during the past three months. I will really miss all your support and do my best to learn English well.

Thank you once again for everything.

Yours sincerely,

Li Hua

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