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第一部分  听力(共两节,满分20分)
What will Lucy do at 11:30 tomorrow?
A. Go out for lunch.   		B. See her dentist.    	C. Visit a friend.
2. What is the weather like tomorrow?
A. It’s sunny. 				B. It’s rainy. 			C. It’s cloudy.
3. Why does the man talk to Dr. Simpson?
A. To make an apology.		B. To ask for help.		C. To discuss his studies.
4. How will the woman get back from the railway station?
A. By train.				B. By car.				C. By bus.
5. What does Jenny decide to do first?
A. Look for a job.			B. Go on a trip.		C. Get an assistant.
第二节  (共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)
What time is it now?
A. 1:45.					B. 2:10.				C. 2:15.
7. What will the man do?
A. Work on a project.		
B. See Linda in the library. 
C. Meet with Professor Smith.
What are the speakers talking about?
A. Having guests this weekend.
B. Going out for sightseeing.
C. Moving into a new house.
9. What is the relationship between the speakers?
A. Neighbors.				B. Husband and wife.		C. Host and visitor.
10. What will the man do tomorrow?
A. Work in his garden.		B. Have a barbecue.		C. Do some shopping.
Where was the man born?
A. In Philadelphia.			B. In Springfield.			C. In Kansas.
12. What did the man like doing when he was a child?
A. Drawing.				B. Traveling.				C. Reading.
13. What inspires the man most in his work?
A. Education.				B. Family love.			C. Nature.
Why is Dorothy going to Europe?
A. To attend a training program.
B. To carry out some research.
C. To take a vacation.
15. How long will Dorothy stay in Europe?
A. A few days.				B. Two weeks.				C. Three months.
16. What does Dorothy think of her apartment?
A. It’s expensive.			B. It’s satisfactory.			C. It’s inconvenient.
17. What does Bill offer to do for Dorothy?
A. Recommend her apartment to Jim.
B. Find a new apartment for her.
C. Take care of her apartment.
What are the tourists advised to do when touring London?
A. Take their tour schedule.
B. Watch out for the traffic.
C. Wear comfortable shoes.
19. What will the tourists do in fifteen minutes?
A. Meet the speaker.			B. Go to their rooms.		C. Change some money.
20. Where probably is the speaker?
A. In a park.				B. In a hotel. 				C. In a shopping centre.

第二部分  英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)
第一节  单项填空 (共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)
21. Motorists could take a bus into the city centre and arrive at ____ work or the shops relaxed and in____ good mood.A. the; a  			B. /; the  		C. /; a  				D. the; /
22. I didn’t realize that our conversation ____.
A. had recorded  					B. is being recorded  
C. was being recorded  				D. has been recorded -
23. ---Is everyone here?
---Not yet… Look, there ____ the rest of our guests!
A. come  			B. comes  		C. is coming   		D. are coming
24. Before you quit your job, ____ how your family could feel about your decision.
A. considering     	B. to consider   	C. considered    		D. consider
25. The sun began to rise in the sky, ____ the mountain in golden light.
A. bathed  		B. bathing  		C. to have bathed  		D. having bathed
26. Although they’re pretending hard to be young, grey hair and facial wrinkles(皱纹) ____ them ____.
A. give… up   	B. give… off   	C. give…out    		D. give…away
27. ---Could I use your car tomorrow morning?
---Sure. I ____ a report at home.
A. will be written  	B. have written   	C. have been writing   	D. will be writing
28. No one ____ be more generous; he has a heart of gold.
A. must  			B. could  		C. dare  				D. need
29. ____ we have enough evidence, we can’t win the case.
A. Once  			B. As long as  	C. Unless  			D. Since
30. Martin is running his own company at 21. That’s _______.
A. on the way out              	    B. under discussion
C. really something              	D. been around
31. After ____ the old part of town, there is a guided tour of the castle.
A. exploring  		B. exploiting  	C. exploding  		D. exposing
32. When ____ for his views about his teaching job, Philip said he found it very interesting and 
A. asking   		B. asked  		C. having asked  		D. to be asked
33. Marie has written two novels, both of ____ have been made into television series.
A. them  			B. that  			C. what  			D. which
34. ____ hungry you are, you shouldn’t start to eat before your host does.
   A. However  		B. Whenever  	C. Whatever  		D. Whether
35. ---Are you going to take part in the speech contest?
---____ It’s too good an opportunity to miss.
A. That’s for sure.   				B. No way!   
C. No problem!   					D. Why bother?
第二节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)
Be aware of those who use the truth to deceive(欺骗). When someone tells you something that is   36  , but leaves out important information that should be   37  , he can create a false impression.
For example, someone might say, “I just   38   a hundred dollars on the lottery(彩票). It was great. I took that dollar ticket back to the store and   39   it in for one hundred dollars!”
This guy is a winner,   40  ? Maybe, maybe not. We then discover that he bought two hundred   41  , and only one was a winner. He’s really a big   42  !
He didn’t say anything that was   43  , but he left out some important   44   on purpose. That’s called a half-truth. Half-truths are not technically lies, but they are just as not   45  .
Untrustworthy candidates in   46   campaigns often use this tactic(手段). Let’s say that during Governor Smith’s last term, the state lost one million jobs and   47   three million jobs. Then she   48   another term. One of her opponents(对手) runs an ad   49  , “During Governor Smith’s term, the state lost one million jobs!” That’s true.   50  , an honest statement would have been, “During Governor Smith’s term, the state had a net(净得的) gain of   51   million jobs.”
Advertisers will sometimes use half-truths. It’s   52   the law to make false claims so they try to mislead you with the   53  . An ad might boast, “Nine out of ten doctors recommend Yucky Pills to cure nose pimples.” It   54   to mention that they only asked ten doctors and nine of them work for the Yucky Corporation.
This kind of deception happens too often. It’s a sad fact of life: Lies are lies, and sometimes the truth can   55   as well.
36. A. true			B. false			C. interesting			D. boring
37. A. contained		B. included		C. ignored			D. referred
38. A. lost			B. presented		C. donated			D. won
39. A. changed			B. took			C. turned				D. made
40. A. well			B. right			C. really 				D. though
41. A. books			B. papers			C. tickets				D. balls
42. A. loser			B. winner			C. fighter				D. thinker
43. A. direct			B. real			C. doubtful			D. untrue
44. A. information		B. occasions		C. mistakes			D. errors
45. A. unlikely			B. clever			C. honest				D. disappointing
46. A. commercial		B. political		C. personal 			D. public
47. A. stopped			B. found			C. avoided			D. gained
48. A. gets			B. seeks			C. achieves			D. searches
49. A. writing			B. telling			C. saying				D. speaking
50. A. However		B. Otherwise		C. Meanwhile			D. Therefore
51. A. two			B. one			C. three				D. four
52. A. for				B. to				C. against				D. in
53. A. story		   	B. case			C. data				D. truth
54. A. tries			B. fails		    C. manages			D. plans
55. A. smile         	B. comment      	C. lie               	D. spread
第三部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分50分)
Autumn is coming! Don’t you want to get outside at this time and do something fun? If yes, don’t ignore the following.
It’ll be wonderful to find a bike trail and go for a ride with your family in autumn! This app allows you to find trails. Once you choose your state, TrailLink provides trail maps, descriptions, photos and reviews so you can check out your route. More interestingly, if you’d like to watch birds, you can click on “Birding Trails” and then you’ll find great places in your area.
Foliage Leaf Peep
When you’re choosing which trail you want to use for bike ride, wouldn’t it be great to choose one with the most beautifully colored leaves? That is where Foliage Leaf Peep comes in. The app uses GPS to give you an idea of where the best colors are around you.
Yummly is a cooking app for Apple devices that helps you discover great recipes personalized to your tastes. You can find recipe recommendations based on diet, allergies(过敏)and ingredients in your Taste Preferences, and the app even lets you organize and save your favorite recipes.
SeatGeek collects tickets from dozens of resale sites into a one-stop ticket shop just for you! You create an account and state what bands you love, what sports teams you support as well as the town where you’re located. SeatGeek will then send you reminders when they come across a show or a game that might interest you.
56. Who might be most interested in the text?
A. Those who are addicted to surfing the Internet.
B. Those who are fond of playing computer games.
C. Those who prefer to enjoy their free time.
D. Those who hate working overtime during holidays.
57. What is the function of TrailLink?
A. It enables you to find a place where you can go for a ride.
B. It makes it easier for you to find a bike to ride with your family.
C. It allows you to have a better understanding of the culture of a state.
D. It makes you know where you are by providing you with maps and photos.
58. In which section of website can you find the text?
A. Health.			B. Leisure.		C. Business.		D. Technology.
Nothing ruins an otherwise perfect day like getting stuck in a traffic jam. By planning your journey ahead, however, you can avoid most congestion. There are also a number of technological tools that can help you skirt traffic issues, even in real time. You can also consider changing the times you travel at and transportation methods, especially if you live in an area that is constantly prone(易于…的) to traffic jams. With a little planning, you'll reach your destination without raising your blood pressure. 
Listen to traffic reports before you begin your journey. Local television news programs often give morning and afternoon traffic reports to help commuters. Some locations also have dedicated traffic radio. Tune into these before you get in the car. If it sounds like traffic is backed up on your normal route, take one of your alternatives.
Put your GPS to work. Many GPS systems have built-in traffic flow monitoring. These can alert you when a route is affected by a traffic jam. Some can even automatically change your route to a clearer one. Check the instructions for your model to see what capabilities it has, and how to set up the traffic monitoring features.
Use traffic apps. The navigation tools built into most smartphones have the ability to detect traffic problems, much like dedicated GPS devices. There are also apps like Waze that you can install and use to help avoid traffic jams. 
Traffic apps may have special features like real time camera feeds to view traffic conditions, or social features to help you connect with other drivers and learn about various routes.
Don’t fear the HOV lane. Cities that have freeways often devote one of the lanes to High Occupancy Vehicles (HOVs), or ones that have at least two people riding in them (including the driver). These almost always have fewer cars, which means less congestion. Give the HOV lane a chance and see if it helps you avoid jams.
59. According to the text, what is the best way to avoid traffic jams?
A. Taking alternative routes.
B. Using the HOV lanes.
C. Planning your journey in advance.
D. Listening to traffic reports.
60. Why does the author advise drivers to tune into traffic radio?
A. To make sure you have a perfect day.
B. To keep track of the latest news.
C. To change your route if necessary.
D. To ensure the journey interesting.
61. What may be the special feature of traffic apps?
A. They are real time camera feeds.
B. They can keep drivers informed of the current traffic conditions.
C. They can help change your route.
D. They can be installed to any phones.
62. What can be a suitable title for the text?
A. How to avoid traffic jams.
B. How to have a perfect day.
C. Consider your transportation methods.
D. Give the HOV lane a chance.
New research suggests that climate change may have been responsible for the end of ancient Mayan civilization, which started in 1500 BC.
According to findings published in the November issue of Science, scientists have found evidence to support the idea that a sudden and complete change in weather led to a long dry period. As a result of it, agricultural productivity(生产力)decreased rapidly, which finally caused the end of ancient Mayan civilization. Instead of being man-made, scientists think El Nino(厄尔尼诺)events led to the weather change.
The findings came after Professor Douglas Kennett led an international team including researchers from the US, Belize, Switzerland and Germany to study the stalagmites(石笋)in caves. Rain got into the caves and combined with the wet limestone, and finally the two formed stalagmites. Rain can give scientists some information as to how wet the area was at particular point in history. Kennett’s team focused on a single cave in the Belize jungles located near four Mayan sites. They pulled a 22-inch stalagmite from deep within the cave and used its chemical record to guide the way. They found that there were droughts(干旱)lasting many years between 900 and 1100. Those dates were the same periods of great suffering in Mayan history.
During dry periods there were wars---common for cultures struggling over resources and the changes of political rulers. The worst drought from 1020 to 1100 happened to be the accepted end of Mayan culture itself. But Kennett added that the greatest periods of rainfall “saw” that Mayan culture thrived from 450 to 660 and “saw” the founding of its greatest cities.
63. What caused the end of ancient Maya civilization?
A. El Nino events.				B. A long dry period.
C. The activity of the earth.		D. Ancient Mayans’ activities.
64. How do the stalagmites in caves help scientists?
A. They can tell scientists something about the caves.
B. They are the only thing left from Mayan civilization.
C. They can provide scientists with information about weather change.	
D. They were the resources nations struggled over.
65. When did the ancient Mayan civilization end?
A. Before 1500 BC.				B. Between 450 and 660.
C. Between 660 and 900			D. Between 1020 and 1100.
66. The underlined word “thrived” in the last paragraph means “    ”.
A. gradually happened			B. slowly disappeared
C. developed fast			    D. stopped suddenly
It is natural for young people to be critical of their parents at times and to blame them for most of the misunderstandings between them. They have always complained, more or less justly, that their parents are out of touch with modern ways; that they are possessive and dominant(支配的); that they do not trust their children to deal with crises; that they talk too much about certain problems — and that they have no sense of humor, at least in parent-child relationships.
  I think it is true that parents often underestimate their teenage children and also forget how they themselves felt when young.
  Young people often irritate(惹怒) their parents with their choices in clothes and hairstyles, in entertainers and music. This is not their motive. They feel cut off from the adult world into which they have not yet been accepted. So they create a culture and society of their own. Then, if it turns out that their music or entertainers or vocabulary or clothes or hairstyles irritate their parents, this gives them additional enjoyment. They feel they are superior, at least in a small way, and that they are leaders in style and taste.
  Sometimes you are resistant and proud because you do not want your parents to approve of what you do. If they did approve, it looks as if you are betraying your own age group. But in that case, you are assuming that you are the underdog: you can’t win but at least you can keep your honor. This is a passive way of looking at things. It is natural enough after long years of childhood, when you were completely under your parents’ control. But it ignores the fact that you are now beginning to be responsible for yourself.
If you plan to control your life, co-operation can be part of that plan. You can charm others, especially your parents, into doing things the way you want. You can impress others with your sense of responsibility and initiative(积极性), so that they will give you the authority to do what you want to do.
67. The first paragraph is mainly about_______ .
A. the teenagers’ criticism of their parents
B. mistrust between teenagers and their parents
C. the control of the parents over their children
D. the teenagers’ ability to deal with crises
68. Teenagers tend to have strange clothes and hairstyles because they____.
A. want to irritate their parents
B. want to charm others
C. have no other way to enjoy themselves better
D. want to show their existence by creating a culture of their own
69. Teenagers do not want their parents to approve of whatever they do because they _______.
A. have a desire to be responsible
B. feel that they are superior in a small way to the adults
C. are not likely to win over the adults
D. have already been accepted into the adult world
70. To improve parent-child relationships, teenagers are advised to be_____.
A. obedient				B. conscious
C. independent				D. co-operative

第二节(共5小题; 每小题2.5分,满分12.5分)
Do you find yourself falling asleep while reading? Are you often bored during school homework? ★ Take a music break
Pick a song or two from your playlist and turn the volume up. Now get up to sing, dance, and move around. When the songs are over, turn your music off and pick up your book again.    72   
★ Move to a new place
If you are falling asleep, get off that comfortable chair and move. Wake yourself up by going somewhere social and loud like a café-type restaurant.
★    73   
A great way to keep concentrated and stay clear-headed when reading is to mark your textbook. Use highlighters(荧光笔), rulers, pens, whatever. Do what’s easy and fun and mark up passages that are particularly long by highlighting the important information. This is a great study tip too.
★ Read with a friend
    74   You can read together discussing things out loud as you go along only speaking up to point out something interesting or to ask a question.
★ Have a snack
Sometimes the reason why you are bored while reading is because you are low in energy. Stop reading and have a snack.    75    If you are on campus you have the added advantage of walking and extending the break on your eyes.
A. I suggest fruit because it’s crisp, clean, and full of good nutrients.
B. Get over your boredom and cheer up with these easy steps.
C. How to say goodbye to boredom.
D. Thus you will be refreshed.
E. Give yourself permission to mark.
F. Whatever you want to read, getting together with a friend is a pleasant way to get the 
reading done.
    G. Attend social activities.

第四部分  写作(共两节,满分35分)
第一节 (共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
Do you like travelling? Staying  76  (health) while  77  (travel) can help to ensure your trip is a happy and enjoyable one.  78   you are travelling abroad, here are the tips you need to make your trip much  79  (easy):
Make sure you have got signed passport and visas. Also, before you go, fill in the emergency information page of your passport! Make two copies of your passport identification page. This will help a lot if your passport   80  (steal). Leave one copy at home with friends or relatives. Carry the other with you in a separate place from your passport.
Read the Public Announcements or Travel Warnings for the countries you plan to visit. Get yourself familiar  81   local laws and customs of the countries   82   you are travelling.
Leave a copy of your itinerary(旅行日程) with family or friends at home so that you can be contacted in case of an emergency.
Do not accept packages from strangers. Do not carry too much money or   83  (necessary) credit cards. If we make enough   84  (prepare), we will succeed. Have   85   good time!
第二节  书面表达(满分25分)
1. 不可否认身势语;
3. 眼神交流是量两个人关系亲密程度的。
专家建议:不要紧紧盯着的脸,这样。		根据以上情况写一篇采访报道包括如下内容:
1. 采访的时间、对象、主题;2. 专家解读;3. 专家建议


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