考试时间120分钟 试题分数 150
1． Whose wallet probably is it?
A. the woman’s B. The man’s C. Gina’s
2. What is the date today?
A. May 1st B. May 2nd C. May 3rd
3. Who made the woman’s personal web pa ge?
A. She herself B. Her friend. C. The man
4. What are the speakers mainly talking about?
A. A town B. An accident C. A murder
5. What is the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Relatives. B. Colleagues. C. Neighbors.
6. What is the man doing?
A. Watching TV B. Listening to the radio. C. Reading the newspaper
7. Why are the rich and famous targets for being talked about according to the man?
A. The public are interested in them. B. The public want to laugh at them.
C. The public want to make them famous.
8. Why does the man look sad? A. He had to stop his study. B. He failed his test again.
C. He couldn’t understand the foreigners.
9. How did the woman improve her French?
A. By reading French newspapers B. By watching French films. C. By speaking to herself.
10 . What does the woman suggest the man do?
A. Be confident. B. Talk with foreigners C. Ask the teacher for advice.
11. What are the speakers mainly talking about?
A. A basketball game. B. A volleyball game. C. A football game.
12. Where did the man go to last night?
A. A club. B. A stadium . C. A meeting.
13. What did the audience think of the game?
A. Exciting B. Dangerous C. Unbelievable
14. What does the woman think of the pink dress?
A. very cheap B. very dull C. of good quality
15. What color of the sweater does the man recommend?
A. White . B. Purple C. Black
16. What kind of jacket does the woman want ?
A. a leather one B. a light one C. an expensive one
17. What was Professor Rudd’s trouble?
A. lack of confidence B. lack of intelligence . C. absent-mindedness
18. What did the professor decided to do one hot summer day?
A. Visit his children who live near the beach.
B. Have a holiday with his children on the beach.
C. Take his children to visit his friend in a seaside town.
19. What happened to the p rofessor when he arrived at the station?
A. he couldn’t contact his friend. B. He couldn’t find his train tickets.
C. he couldn’t remember the destination.
20. Why did the professor come back home for the 2nd time?
A. he forgot his friend’s address. B. he lost the paper his wife had given him.
C. he forgot to take the train tickets with him.
第二部分：阅读理解（ 共 2 节，满分40分）
It was Molly’s job to hand her father his brown paper lunch bag each morning before he headed off to work．
One morning，in addition to his usual lunch bag, Molly handed him a second paper bag. This one was worn and held together with staples(书钉)．“Why two bags?” her father asked. “The other is something else” Molly answered．“What’s in it?” “Just some stuff．Take it with you．” Not wanting to discuss the matter, he put both sacks（bags） into his briefcase, kissed Molly and rushed off．At midday he opened Molly’s bag and took out the contents：two hair ribbons，three small stones，a plastic dinosaur，a tiny sea shell，a small doll，and 13 pennies．．．The busy father smiled，finished eating，and swept the desk clean into the wastebasket, Molly’s stuff included．
That evening，Molly ran up behind him as he read the paper．”Where’s my bag?” “What bag?” “The one I gave you this morning” “I left it at the office, why ?” “I forgot to pu t this note in it” she said． “And，besides，Daddy，the things in the sack are the things I really like．I thought you might like to play with them．You didn’t lose the bag，did you，Daddy?” “Oh，no” he said，lying. “I just forgot to bring it home．I’ll bring it back tomorrow” While Molly hugged her father’s neck，he unfolded the note that read” I love you，Daddy.” Molly had given him her treasures－all that a 7-year-old held dear．
Love in a paper bag，and he missed it－not only missed it, but had thrown it in the wastebasket. So back he went to the office. Just ahead of the night janitor(看门人), he picked u p the bag from the wastebasket. He put the treasures inside and carried it home carefully. The bag didn't look so good, but the stuff was all there and that’s what counted.
After dinner, he asked Molly to tell him about the stuff in the sack. It took a long time to tell. Everything had a story or a memory. “Sometimes I think of all the great times in this sweet life,” he thought.
We should all remember that it’s not the destination that c ounts in life, but the journey. That journey with the people we love is all that really matters. It is such a simple truth but it is so easily forgotten.
21．What did Molly give her father a second bag for?
A．She didn’t want to keep the things in the bag．
B．She hoped those things would bring happiness to her father．
C．She wanted to remind her father of the stories behind the things．
D．She enjoyed playing with her father．
22．After Father heard what his daughter said，he felt .
A．regretful B．surprised C．sad D. satisfied
23. Which of the following is the most suitable title of the passage?
A．An Important Journey B．Two Bags
C．Father and Daughter D．Love in a Paper Bag
Betty Friedan, born in 1921 in Peoria, Illinois, attended Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts．She finished her studies in psychology in 1942. After college she attended the University of California at Berkeley to continue her studies. Later, she moved to New York City and worked as a reporter and editor for labor union newspapers．
In 1947, Betty married Carl Friedan. They had a child, the first of three．When Betty Friedan became pregnant for the second time, she was dismissed from her job at the newspaper．After that she worked as an independent reporter for magazines. But her editors often rejected her attempts to write about subjects outside the traditional interests of women．
In 1966, Betty Friedan helped found NOW, the National Organization for Women．She served as its first president. She led campaigns to end unfair treatment of women seeking jobs．She wanted women to take part in social and political change．Betty Friedan led a huge demonstration（游行） in New York City for women's rights. Demonstrations were also held in other cities．
In 1981, Betty Friedan wrote a book called "The Second Stage" about the condition of the women's movement. Friedan wrote that the time for huge demonstrations and other such events had passed．She urged the movement to try to increase its influence on American political life．Some younger members of the movement criticized her as too conservative．
Betty Friedan died on February 4, 2006. She was considered the mother of modern women's liberation movement．Betty Friedan once told a television reporter how she wanted to be remembered: ‘‘She helps make women feel better about being women．”
24．According to Paragraph 2, Betty lost her job because ．
A．she was pregnant B．she got married
C．her editors didn't like her D．she was too independent
25．Betty led a huge demonstration to ．
A．fight against the government B．fight for women's rights
C．take part in political life D．get support from the government
26．The book "The Second Stage" ．
A. was popular among young women readers
B. thought highly of those huge demonstrations
C. was about the condition of the women's movement then
D. decreased the movement's influence on A merican political life
27．From the last paragraph, we know that ．
A．Betty helped women live better B．Betty wanted to be remembered forever
C．Betty thought it better to be a woman D．the television reporter knew Betty well
Babies born in summer are more likely to become short-sighted in late life, a study has shown.
As many as a quarter of all cases of short-sightedness are caused by too great an exposure to sunlight in the first weeks of life, say eye experts. They are advising all parents to put sunglasses on their babies during the first weeks. Scientists had already established that over-exposure to sunlight caused shortsightedness in animals. Researchers who compared the months in which babies were born with whether they needed glasses later on say the principle also applies to humans. A study of almost 300,000 young adults---the largest of its kind showed that those born in June and July had a 25 per cent greater chance of becoming severely short-sighted than those born in December or January. Research leader Professor Michael Belkin of Tel Aviv University, said it was because prolonged illumination(光照) causes the eyeball to lengthen, causing short-sightedness. Therefore, the more light a newborn is exposed to, the more the eyeball lengthens and the worse the short-sightedness will be. The mechanism which lengthens the eyeball is associated with levels of melatonin(褪黑激素), a pigment (色素) which protects the skin against harmful rays of the sun. In young babies not enough melatonin is released as protection, meaning they are more vulnerable to sunburn and changes to eyeball shape.
Sight expert Professor Daniel O’Leary, of Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, said “At the moment we don’t know the precise cause of why light exposure affects sight, but the evidence seems to prove that it is one of the reasons for people becoming shortsighted.”
28. Babies born in summer are more likely to be shortsighted ____________.
A. because the summer sun is too strong for babies
B. because babies who are born in summer have lengthened eyebal ls
C. if exposed to much sunlight in the first weeks after they are born
D. if parents don’t know a proper way to protect their babies’ eyes
29. Melatonin is a kind of material to ___________.
A. prevent the eyes from becoming near-sighted
B. protect the skin from harmful sun rays
C. make our body strong
D. protect babies’ eyes from summer sun
30. From what Professor Daniel O’Leary says we can conclude that ___________.
A. there is no evidence that shortsightedness is related to exposure to sunlight
B. whether light exposure aff ects sight still needs to be further proved
C. he believes that light exposure can cause shortsightedness
D. he tries to give the cause of why light exposure affects sight
31. The underlined word “vulnerable” in the passage probably means __________.
A. easy to be harmed B. resistant C. protective D. changeable
Last winter, when I was heavily pregnant, I was visiting my sister and brother-in-law's house and had to park in a nearby parking lot because they didn't have accessible parking. The snow was extremely heavy and there was lots of ice on the ground --- not many people had ventured out that evening!
When I returned to my car around 11.pm, I noticed that I was the only car left. Nervously, I hopped into the car and let it warm up a bit. When I finally tried to drive away, my wheels began to spin. I was stuck! I spun and spun and wondered what to do.
All of a sudden, in my rear view mirror, I saw four teen-aged boys approaching my car. They were walking side by side in a line and dressed a bit like gang members --- at least I thought that's what they looked like. My car was in a very isolated area and I began to panic. I was certain they were coming to my car to harm me. Terrified, I just froze. One of the young men tapped on my window and said "Excuse me, Ma'am, can we help you? You seem stuck." Still afraid and fearing the worst, I said "I am stuck." And the young man said "It's okay, stay in your car and we'll push you out of the snow." And they did!
When they finally got me out of the snow, they smiled and waved. I rolled down my window and thanked them, embarrassed to have judged them so poorly
32.Why did the author just freeze when the four young men walking toward her car?
A. Because she was afraid of being harmed
B. Because she sat in her car for too long a time
C. Because she was cold indeed in that freezing evening
D. Because she knew they would rob her of the car
33.The author failed to drive away because __________.
A. she was terrified at the four young men B. her car wasn’t warm enough
C. it was icy and full of snow on the ground. D. something was wrong with the wheels.
34.Which of the following is TRUE according to the text?
A. One of the four teenagers was a gang member
B. The kids wanted to help the author out of trouble
C. The author would have a baby in her car
D. The young men enjoyed pushing cars out of the snow
35.The best title for the text would be___________
A. Every man has his faults B. Fortune favors those who use their judgment
C. Don't judge a book by its cover D. Think twice before you do
If you think you’ve gained too much weight or are too skinny, you can talk to a doctor. Your doctor will tell you ______36________.
If it is concerned about your height, weight, or BMI (体重指数), your doctor may ask questions _______37. _______. Your doctor may also ask about your family background to find out if you’ve received something from your parents that might make you taller, shorter, or a late bloomer (someone who develops later than other people of the same age). The doctor can then put all the information together to decide ______38_______.
If your weight isn’t in a healthy range, you will probably get specific diet and exercise recommendations based on your individual needs. Following a doctor’s or dietitian’s plan designed especially for you will work much better than following fad (时尚) diets. For teens, fad diets or starvation plans can actually slow down growth, and the weight loss usually doesn’t last.
What ______39________? Most teens who weigh less than other teens of their age are just fine. They may be going through puberty on a different schedule than kids of the same age, and their bodies may be growing and changing at a different rate. Most underweight teens catch up in weight as they finish puberty during their later teen years so there’s rarely a need to try to gain weight.
In a few cases, teenagers can be underweight because of a health problem that needs treatment. If you feel tired or ill a lot, or _____40_______, or other problems that have lasted for more than a week or two, be sure to let your parents or your doctor know.
A. whether you might have a weight or growth problem.
B. if you have symptoms like a cough, stomachache
C. about your health, physical activity, and eating habits
D. if you’re worried about being too skinny
E. if you take care of it
F. whether you’re growing normally
G. about your dieting
第三部分 语言知识运用 （共两节，满分45分）
A man had a little daughter, an only and much-beloved child. He ___41___ for her. She was his whole life. One day while she was at school, a man broke into the building and began shooting ___42___. He then turned the gun on himself and took his own ___43___. When the accident was examined, the man’s daughter was among the ___44___. The father was so sad that he became a bitter recluse（隐居者), ___45___ himself away from his friends and refusing every ___46___ that might bring him back to his ___47___ self. He hated the world and everything about it. It was not ___48___ that his innocent daughter, who never ___49___ anyone, was a victim of this senseless act. Why did it have to happen to her? What could he have done to ___50____ it? Who was to ___51___? How could he forgive the man who _52__ his daughter?
Then one night he had a ___53___. He witnessed a grand pageant（盛会）of all the little angels. Every child carried a candle. He noticed one child’s candle was not ___54___. Then he saw that the child with the dark candle was his own little girl. ___55___ to her, he seized her in his arms , hugged her tenderly, and then asked, “How is it, darling, that your candle alone is unlighted?” She answered, “Father, they ___56___ relight it, but your tears always ___57___ it out.”
Just then the man awoke from his dream. The ___58___ was clear, and its effects were immediate. From that hour on he was no longer a recluse, but mingled（交往）freely and ___59___ with his former friends and associates. No longer would his little darling’s candle be extinguished（熄灭）by his useless ___60___.
41. A. begged B. waited C. lived D. studied
42. A. wildly B. carefully C. nervously D. silently
43. A. wealth B. life C. chance D. position
44. A. blind B. poor C. sick D. dead
45. A. turning B. pulling C. shutting D. driving
46. A. task B. secret C. plan D. activity
47. A. wise B. polite C. normal D. strict
48. A. obvious B. fair C. difficult D. natural
49. A. doubted B. asked C. hurt D. cheated
50. A. create B. believe C. explain D. prevent
51. A. blame B. save C. beat D. trick
52. A. shot B. trapped C. bothered D. wounded
53. A. party B. dream C. report D. memory
54. A. lighted B. carried C. hidden D. decorated
55. A. Pointing B. Rushi ng C. Shouting D. Seeing
56. A. often B. sometimes C. also D. still
57. A. send B. pick C. work D. put
58. A. mind B. answer C. lesson D. story
59. A. seriously B. quietly C. bravely D. cheerfully
60. A. words B. tears C. methods D. materials
It was a sunny day. A little boy’s father was sitting on the couch, drinking a beer while watching 61 basketball match. Seeing this, the boy rushed to his father and shouted, “Daddy, show me how to play catch!” The father, staring 62 the television screen, replied, “ Let me finish watching the match. Play outside and come back in five minutes. ”
“Okay, Daddy!” said the boy, running out of the room. Five minutes later, the boy returned,
63 (scream), “Daddy, let’s play catch now!”
By this time, the father had opened another cold beer and another match was beginning. 64 (patient) with the boy’s interruption, the dad brought a magazine to his son. On the cover of the magazine was a large picture of the world. The father, who was angry and 65 (bother), began tearing the magazine cover into small 66 . Then, the father turned to his boy and said, “Son, once you put this picture back together, we can play catch, but do not interrupt me again 67 you finish.”
A few minutes later, the boy returned and said, “I 68 (finish), Daddy! Can we play catch now?” Surprised, the father glanced towards his child, and 69 lay the magazine with the world pieced perfectly together in his small hands. The dad asked his child how he put the world together so quickly.
‘‘ 70 was simple,” said the boy. “On the back of the world was the picture of a person, and once I put the person together, that’s when the world came together.”
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I’m glad to hear from you. Now I’ll tell you something about my after-school activities.
We had many interest groups, such as English, maths, computer, science, singing or dancing. We also have a band and some sports team. Students can be members of any group according their interest. Every day, we enjoy ourselves by taking a part in all kinds of after-school activities. The most popular ones is ball games and the English corner. More and more students keep come to the English corner because they find of great help to their English study.
I’m looking forward to receiving your letter sooner.
Our annual English Festival, which will be held on June 15-17, 2016, is now looking for 20 student volunteers to provide service for Talent Show, Speech Contest, and English Debate. If you are interested, please send an application email at your earliest convenience to Ms Chen at email@example.com.
写作要点：1.表示写信意图； 2.陈述应征目的； 3.说明应征条件（性格、能力等）。
阅读： 21—23 BAD 24—27 ABCA 29—31 CBCA 32—35ACBC
41-45CABDC 46-50DCBCD 51-55 AABAB 56-60ADCDB
61．a 62．at 63．screaming 64．Impatient 65．bothered 66．pieces 67．until / before 68．have finished 69．there 70．It/ That/This
1. my-our 2. had-have 3. or-and 4. team-teams 5. 加to 6. a删 7. is-are 8. come-coming 9. find后加it 10. sooner-soon
Dear MS Chen ,
I’m Li Hua, a student from Class2, Grade 3. I’m writing to apply for the position as a student volunteer.
I really want to obtain this precious opportunity because, by offering my service, I will be able to improve my organizational ability, communication skills as well as my confidence in speaking English in public.
As an outgoing girl, I get along well with my classmates. Besides, I have such a good command of English that I am elected as assistant to my English teacher. Successfully, I have lent a helping hand to her in several English activities of my class, which have been appreciated by both teachers and classmates.
I am sure that I can perfectly live up to your expectations. I will be grateful if you could give me a kind consideration.
Looking forward to your reply.