第一节 听力理解 (3段共9小题；每小题1分，满分9分)
1．How does the girl feel toward the joke?
A．Amused. B．Surprised. C．Mad.
2．How many points does the boy mention about learning from jokes?
A．One. B．Two. C．Three.
3．What are they going to do after the talk?
A．Get more jokes. B．Have lunch together. C．Make pancakes and porridge.
4．What is the main topic of the talk?
A．The cancer problem. B．Chemical fertilizers. C．Organic farming.
5．What is the purpose of using chemical fertilizers, according to the talk?
A．To increase production. B．To make the soil rich. C．To kill the harmful pests.
6．Which one is an example of organic farming?
A．Using no fertilizers. B．Using natural waste. C．Changing fields every year.
7．In what aspect is Paris different from Washington?
A．Population. B．Politic. C．Tourism.
8．Where does the president of France live?
A．In the Elysee Palace. B．In the White House. C．Not mentioned.
9．How many similarities between Paris and Washington are mentioned?
A．Two. B．Three. C．Four.
Welcome to Futuroscope．I hope you enjoy your visit to the largest space-age park in the world．Futuroscope is a science and ____10____ theme park．Everything here is developed by using the most advanced technology．Here, you can get close to the world in ____11____ through the 3D cinemas and giant movie screens．You can go to the bottom of the ocean to see various ____12____ that have never seen sunlight．You can fly through the jungle or visit the edge of the ____13____．You can go to learning centers to try your own scientific experiments or learn more about ____14____, the undersea world and much more．All of these things make the world ____15____ in a brand new way for you．Tickets can be brought at the park’s entrance or ____16____．For class outings, we offer a ____17____ rate．We have excellent hotels nearby and they provide a shuttle service to the park．Remember to plan your trip ____18____, since there’re so many shows, activities and ____19____．Don’t forget to wear comfortable sneakers or other walking shoes! For detailed information, you can take a free brochure to help you．________20________, Futuroscope is your unique choice! Enjoy yourself!
21．Many a boy and (many a) girl __________ the same mistake.
A．is made B．are made C．has made D．have made
22．The report of the opinions of experts _________ that three hours of outdoor exercise a week _______ good for one’s health．
A．show; are B．shows; are C．show; is D．shows; is
23．I still remember ______ one occasion, we were sitting _______ the shade of a big tree playing and chatting happily.
A．on; in B．at; under C．in; under D．at; in
24．Mary ________ a lot of Japanese by communicating with the native people in Japan.
A．picked out B．picked up C．carried out D．made up
25．According to the report, this gentleman is ________ to be the next prime minister of the country．
A．possible B．likely C．probable D．obvious
26．Could I speak to _________ is in charge of International Sales, please.
A．anyone B．someone C．whoever D．no matter who
27．_____________ for a long time, but he tried his best to catch up with his classmates.
A．Having been ill B．Though he was ill C．Being ill D．He was ill
28．After the destructive earthquake ________ people needed badly __________ blankets, as it was very cold at night.
A．that; are B．what; was C．that; is D．what; were
29．Which of the following sentences is not correct?
A．I find it worthwhile to take part in the anti-smoking campaign.
B．The new house really didn’t worth so much money.
C．His suggestion is worthy of consideration.
D．He is a gentleman worthy to be respected.
30．I would rather you _________ at home tomorrow.
A．to stay B．stayed C．stay D．had stayed
31．____________ around the beautiful campus, they were taken to the classroom to observe a maths lesson.
A．To be shown B．Having shown C．Having been shown D．To show
32．---- They are quiet, aren’t they?
---- Yes, They are used _________ at meals.
A．to talk B．to talking C．to not talking D．not to talk
33．Jack’s shoes looked the same as Peter’s, but they cost _____________ his.
A．as much twice as B．twice as much as C．much as twice as D．as twice much as
34．________you find the right way to study ___________ able to study well.
A．Only if; will you B．Unless; you will C．Only if; you will D．Unless; will you
35．A good story does not necessarily have to have a happy ending, but the reader must not be left _______.
A．being unsatisfied B．unsatisfying C．to be unsatisfying D．unsatisfied
第二节 完形填空 (共20小题；每小题1.5分，满分30分)
Once there was a king who received a gift of two magnificent falcons (猎鹰)．They were the most beautiful birds he had ever seen．He gave the ___36___ birds to his head falconer to be ___37___.
Months passed, and one day the head falconer informed the king that ___38___ one of the falcons was flying high in the sky, the other bird had not ___39___ from its branch since the day it had arrived.
The king ordered healers from all the land to ___40___ the falcon, but no one could make the bird fly．He ___41___ the task to the members of his court, ___42___ the next day, the king saw ___43___ the palace window that the bird had still not moved from its branch.
Having ____44____ everything else, the king thought to himself, “Maybe I need someone more ___45___ the countryside to understand the nature of this problem.” So he cried out to his court, “Go and get a ___46___.”
In the morning, the king was ___47___ to see the falcon flying high above the palace garden．He said to his court, “___48___ me the doer of this miracle.”
The court quickly located the farmer, who came and stood before the king．The king asked him, “___49___ did you make the falcon fly?”
With his head ___50___, the farmer said to the king, “It was very easy．I ___51___ cut the branch where the bird was sitting.”
We are all made to fly—to realize our ___52___ potential as human beings．But instead of doing that, we sit on our branches, hanging on to the things that are ___53___ to us．The possibilities are ___54___, but for most of us, they remain undiscovered．We ___55___ to the familiar, the comfortable, the boring．So for the most part, our lives are mediocre (平庸的) instead of exciting, thrilling and fulfilling.
36．A．curious B．precious C．expensive D．clever
37．A．tested B．exhibited C．appreciated D．trained
38．A．as B．if C．though D．since
39．A．eaten B．sung C．moved D．waken
40．A．tend to B．watch for C．drive away D．pick up
41．A．reduced B．presented C．removed D．brought
42．A．until B．so C．but D．as
43．A．through B．across C．beyond D．behind
44．A．learned B．tried C．prepared D．understood
45．A．beneficial to B．fit for C．friendly with D．familiar with
46．A．farmer B．gardener C．falconer D．healer
47．A．embarrassed B．thrilled C．anxious D．relaxed
48．A．Tell B．Award C．Create D．Bring
49．A．When B．Why C．How D．Where
50．A．stretched B．stuck C．bowed D．turned
51．A．simply B．narrowly C．necessarily D．nearly
52．A．unavoidable B．virtual C．imaginary D．unbelievable
53．A．proper B．familiar C．unusual D．similar
54．A．endless B．limited C．changeable D．uncertain
55．A．apply B．refer C．direct D．stick
第三节 语法填空 (共10小题，每小题1分，满分10分)
A certain man planted a rose and watered it _____56_____ (faith)．And before it blossomed, he examined it．He saw the bud that _____57_____ (come) out soon, but noticed thorns(棘刺) upon the stem and he thought, “How can any beautiful flower come from a plant _____58______(burden) with so many sharp thorns?” Saddened by this thought, he didn’t water the rose any longer, and just ____59____ it was ready to come out…it died.
____60___ it is with many people．Within every soul there is a rose．The God-like qualities, planted in us _____61____ birth, grow surrounded by the thorns of our faults．Many of us look at ourselves and see only the thorns, the faults.
We despair(绝望), _____62_____(think) that nothing good can possibly come from us．We fail to water the good within us, and eventually it dies．We never realize our potential(潜能).
Some people do not see the rose within themselves; someone else must show ____63_____ to them．One of the greatest gifts a person can possess _____64_____(be) to be able to reach past the thorns of another, and find _____65_____ rose within them.
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66．What made “I” finally think of getting a cell phone?
A．Being persuaded by cell phone salespersons．
B．Being urged by his grandkids．
C．Being stuck by the highway.
D．Being attracted by the friendly return policy．
67．Which of the following is NOT the reason that nearly stops “me” from having a cell phone?
A．The cell phone with cameras and global –positioning device.
B．The cell phone of small size
C．Expensive rate plans
D．No agreement to sign
68．On the monthly basis of 100 minutes, the Jitterbug weekly rate is about ______．
A．$4.99 B．$3.75 C．$14.99 D．$19.99
69．An advantage of Jitterbug mentioned in the passage is ______．
A．its discount price with a free gift
B．its reasonable rate plans without a contract
C．its “global-positioning” system with 911 access
D．its good customer service all over the world
70．The main purpose of the passage is to ________．
A．tell a customer’s story of Jitterbug
B．provide two ways to order Jitterbug
C．attract potential customers to Jitterbug
D．give a brief introduction of Jitterbug
Are you an early riser or a night owl? Researchers from Aachen University in Germany believe that about 10 percent of people can be classified as “morning people”, who feel more active and function best in the morning．Around 20 percent are night owls—people who naturally tend to stay up late and are more tired during the day．And the rest of us fall somewhere in between, according to New Scientist.
Previous studies have suggested that early risers are more likely to be happy and healthy while night owls experience worse sleep as well as more depression and anxiety during the day.
For a long time, scientists have been trying to find out what causes the differences between the two．A new study suggests that it isn’t just people’s habits—early risers and night owls actually have different brain structures.
Led by Jessica Rosenberg at Aachen University, researchers scanned the brains of 16 early risers, 23 night owls and 20 people with intermediate sleeping hours．They found that the brains of night owls had less “white matter”—which speeds up the transmission(传输) of nerve signals – in brain areas associated with depression．
As you know, after people fly in an airplane from one time zone to another, they often suffer from a confused and tired feeling called “jet lag” because their body clocks are out of sync(不同步的) with the new time zone．It usually takes about a week for their bodies to adjust to the new time．But night owls always have difficulty syncing their bodies to the right time due to their brain structure．“It’s like they suffer from permanent jet lag,” said Rosenberg.
The good news is that it is possible for night owls to turn themselves into morning people．According to the researchers, night owls should try to spend as much time in the sunlight as possible and reduce their exposure to artificial light at night to force their body clocks to shift to a more normal rhythm.
71．What does the article mainly discuss?
A．How to turn early risers into night owls.
B．How our habits influence our sleep patterns.
C．What causes the differences between early risers and night owls.
D．Why early risers are happier and healthier than night owls.
72．We can learn from the article that night owls _______________.
A．make up almost a third of the human population
B．have more white matter in their brains than other people
C．are more used to artificial night than sunlight
D．have body clocks that are not in agreement with the actual time
73．Jessica Rosenberg’s research suggests that ____________.
A．previous studies about night owls are wrong
B．night owls are affected by jet lag more strongly than others
C．white matter helps our brains work more efficiently
D．brain structure might determine people’s chances of suffering from depression
74．According to the last paragraph, __________.
A．night owls have to give up their unhealthy life habits
B．night owls can learn to adjust their body clocks
C．there is little we can do to ease the trouble of night owls
D．scientists are planning research on how to change night owls’ brain structures
75．What would be the best title?
A．Night Owls Have “Jet leg” B．Early Riser Have “Jet leg”
C．Who Are Night owls D．Who Are Early Risers
(CBS/AP)Lawyers for the stepfather of an 11-year-old girl tried to convince Massachusetts’ highest court on Tuesday that he should have a say on whether his stepdaughter is removed from life support．If the girl dies, Jason Strickland could face a murder charge for illegally taking part in the beating that left her comatose(昏迷).
Jason Strickland is asking the court to overturn a juvenile(少年) court judge’s decision allowing the state to remove Haleigh Poutre from her ventilator (呼吸机) and feeding tube.
Haleigh Poutre was hospitalized in September after her stepfather and adoptive mother kicked her and beat her nearly to death with a baseball bat.
Within two weeks of being charged, the adoptive mother, who was also Haleigh’s aunt, was found dead.
Strickland is free on bail(保释) while awaiting trial.
Sharyn Alfonsi from CBS reports that the girl’s biological mother, Allison Avrett, gave up her parental right years ago and now she has no say in what happens to Halleigh—but she wants life support to be relieved.
“I want her to rest,” Avrett told Alfonsi．“Being kept alive like that, it’s not a life.”
The state Department of Social Services wants to remove her from life support, according to opinions from her doctors that the girl is in a permanent vegetative（植物人状态的） state．And Strickland could face a murder charge if she dies.
Both of Haleigh’s doctors agree that she should be removed from the ventilator, but they can’t decide whether her feeding tube should be disconnected．They have said that with her feeding tube alone, Haleigh could live as long as two months.
Haleigh was adopted by her aunt about five years ago her biological mother moved to Virginia with a new boyfriend．Jason Strickland never formally adopted the girl, but is arguing that as the stepfather, he should be a de facto parent and allowed to have a say in whether she lives or dies.
76．CBS/AP are most probably ___________.
A．two news reporters B．a newspaper and a news reporter
C．a news agency and a newspaper D．two news agencies
77．Which of the following is the right order of the events in the story?
a．Haleigh was adopted by her aunt．
b．Haleigh became comatose.
c．Haleigh was kicked and beaten badly
d．Haleigh’s aunt died.
e．Haleigh was put into hospital
f．Haleigh’s biological mother left her
A．c, e, b, f, a, d B．f, a, c, b, e, d C．b, c, a, f, d, e D．b, c, e, f, a, d
78．Why did Haleigh’s stepfather demand that her life support not be removed?
A．Because he might be accused of murder if she died.
B．Because she might be comatose if the life support was removed.
C．Because Haleigh’s biological mother hopes so too.
D．Because he hopes that Haleigh will live with him.
79．The underlined word “de facto” most probably means ___________.
A．existing in fact B．the second C．the only existing D．admitted by law
80．The passage is mainly about _____________.
A．the stepfather of a girl B．the adoptive mother of a girl
C．a girl beaten nearly to death D．a juvenile court judge’s decision
Tuy Sereivathana was born in 1970．In 1975 his family fled from the city to rural village where Tuy’s parents, both well-educated, taught school in the mornings to the local children and farmed in the afternoons to make ends meet．During his childhood, Tuy developed a deep respect for nature and elephants．_________81__________ After graduation from university, he returned to Cambodia to save his country’s natural resources.
___________82__________ Its most famous building, the Angkor Wat temple, was built out of stone with the help of elephants．However, with their habitat decreasing, elephants were destroying farms as they looked for food．___________83___________
As a ranger(国家公园管理员) in Cambodia’s national parks, Tuy worked throughout the country, connecting with rural communities and learning more about elephant migration and ecosystem．In Prey Proseth and Trang Troyeng, there lived 30,000 people on the forest’s edge, where he was aware of the lack of capacity within these communities to manage the human-elephant conflict．_________84_________ More importantly, he taught the farmers to work together, encouraging them to organize overnight guard groups to protect the fields．Tuy also informed the communities of the national and religious pride attached to the elephants.
_________85________ As a result of Tuy’s involvement with the project, there wasn’t a single confirmed elephant death due to human-elephant conflict since 2005.
A．The elephant there are in danger of dying out.
B．More and more farmers had to kill them to protect their crops.
C．Later, he majored in forestry in Belarus University.
D．Since his work began, Tuy has been a significant success.
E．Cambodia has a long history of peaceful coexistence between people and elephants.
F．Now the villagers have begun to realize the importance of protecting animals.
G．Tuy began to teach villagers how to use fences, fireworks and fog horns to keep off elephants.
Ⅳ.课本知识运用( 共两节, 满分20分)
86．According to the WHO’s s______________(数据), about 1.8 million people across the world die each year from disease caused by unsafe food and water.
87．He bitterly regretted c¬¬¬¬¬¬______________ the false news by using his WeiChat.
88．For forty years Jane Goodall has been o______________(坦率的) about making the rest of the world understand and respect the life of animals.
89．This dictionary is for the a_______________ English learners while that one is for the beginners．
90．When you see an English film or talk with native speakers, observe their facial expressions and g____________.
91．In October, the price of the a____________ to Mount Tai has risen by 50 yuan.
92．The traffic is terrible, p____________ in the city center.
93．If we grow fruit, vegetables and other food with chemical fertilizers, they usually grow too fast to be full of n____________.
94．E_____________ with new scientific farming methods, they have been able to use less farmland than in the past．
95．The key to r___________ yourself of bad habits is determination.
When we visited my old family home, memory ________ _________ __________．
The judges _________ _______ ________ that the 10-year-old boy could speak five foreign languages.
______ ________ his ability, the committee have appointed him as headmaster of our school.
He walked backwards and raised his right hand ______ _______ _______ _______．
The harmful bacteria in the soil_________ _________ ________ since the temperature reached 25 degrees centigrade.
These actions are not good or bad, (101)_______________________________．I have seen, however, that (102)_____________________________ —not all members of a culture behave in the same way．In general, though, studying international customs can certainly (103)_________________________.
Which theme park would you like to visit? There are various kinds of theme parks, with a different park for almost everything: food, culture, science, cartoons, movies or history．(104)________________________________________, others for showing the famous sights and sounds of a culture．(105)____________________________________, there is a theme park for you.
名称 上海迪斯尼乐园 Shanghai Disney Resort
简介 1. 位于上海浦东区，面积3.9平方公里，是在中国大陆第一个，世界第六个迪斯尼主题公园。
参考词汇：《疯狂动物城》Zootopia；百老汇：Broadway； 音乐剧:：musical 《狮子王》The Lion King
英 语 答案
第一节 听力理解 (每小题1分，满分9分)
1-3 ABB (维克多P169 Text12) 4-6 CAB (维克多P163 Text12)
7-9 AAC (维克多P186 Text 10)
10. technology-based 11. an amazing way 12. blind creatures
13. solar system 14. space travel 15. come to life
16. online 17. group admission 18. in advance
19. souvenir shops 20. As a great mix of fun and learning （维克多 182 Text12）
21—25 CDABB 26—30 CDDBB 31—35 CCBAD
第二节 完形填空 (共20小题；每小题1.5分，满分30分)
36—40 BDCCA 41—45 BCABD 46—50 ABDCC 51—55 ADBAD
第三节 语法填空 (共10小题，每小题1分，满分10分)
56. faithfully 57. would come 58. burdened 59. before 60. So
61. at 62. thinking 63. it 64. is 65. the
Ⅲ 阅读理解 (共两节，满分40分)
66—70 CDABC 71—75 CDDBA 76—80 DBAAC
第一节 单词拼写 (共10小题，每小题1分，满分10)
86.statistics 87. circulating 88. outspoken 89. advanced
90. gestures 91.admission 92. particularly 93. nutrition
94. Equipped 95. ridding
96. came crowding in 97. found it astonishing /surprising / amazing
98. Convinced of 99. as if in defence/ as if to defend
100. have built up / have constantly increased/risen
101. but are simply ways in which cultures have developed
102. cultural customs for body language are very general
103. help avoid difficulties in today’s world of cultural crossroads
104. Some parks are famous for having the biggest or longest roller coasters
105. Whichever and whatever you like
One possible version:
Shanghai Disneyland Resort, located in Pudong District, has an area of 3.9 square kilometers. It is the first Disneyland theme park on the Chinese mainland and the sixth around the world.
In the park, there are many attractions worth your visit, where you can experience various kinds of colourful activities, such as visiting a pirate ship, taking thrilling roller coasters and watching Broadway-style show The Lion King. As you wander around the fantasy land, you may meet Snow White or Mickey Mouse and see the cartoon characters in Zootopia in the parade. With all these fantastic attractions and amazing activities, you are surely to be brought into a magical world which you will never forget.
The characteristics that highlight Shanghai Disneyland Resort is its unique mixture of Disney magic and Chinese culture. In addition, it’s a fairyland full of adventures for all people of different ages to explore.