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I. 20120 第一节（共5小题，每小题1分，满分5分）
1. What can we learn from the conversation?
A. The man will go to Australia quite soon.
B. The woman probably likes Lincoln Park very much.
C. The woman often sees Lincoln Park in person.
2. What did the woman do ?
A. She went to pick up her kids.
B. She went to buy some presents.
C. She went to a Christmas party.
3. Where did the woman spend her winter vacation?
A. Paris. B. California. C. London.
4. What will the woman do tomorrow?
A. Go on a picnic. B. Go to the cinema. C. Co to visit Tom.
5. How much will the woman pay?
A. $67. B. $ 105. C. $ 115.
6. What will the man do after he returns from New York?
A. Work at his father’s store. B. Go camping. C. Work as a typist. 7. What will the woman do in the morning during the camp?
A. go swimming. B. Go boating and fishing. C. Tell stories.
8. What can we learn from the conversation?
A. The woman often goes camping in summer.
B. The man can’t go camping this summer.
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C. The man has never worked before.
听第7段材料，回答第9至11题。 9. Why won’t the woman have supper with the man? A. Because she doesn’t want to have supper with him. B. Because she wants to have supper with her grandma.
C. Because she has to pick up her grandma.
10. When does the movie start?
A. At 6:30pm. B. At 6:45 pm. C. At 7:00 pm.
11. What can we learn from the conversation?
A. The man will go to the cinema without having supper.
B. The woman likes watching movies very much.
C. The man has never been to the cinema before.
听第8段材料，回答第12至14题 12. Where is the man’s school?
A. In a big city. B. In a small town. C. In a small village.
13. What will the man do after closing the school?
A. Find a job in a training center.
B. Borrow some money from others.
C. Go travelling for a while.
14. What can we learn from the conversation?
A. The man’s father would rather him work in a big city. B. The man’s family doesn’t want him to give up his school?
C. The woman doesn’t think the man is hard-working.
听第9段材料，回答第15至17题. 15. What does the man think of the party?
A. Surprising. B. wonderful. C. Boring.
16. How will the man go back after the party?
A. By car. B. By taxi. C. By bus.
17. What can we learn from the conversation?
A. The man lives near his work place.
B. The woman has never seen the new manager before.
C. The man is not good at driving.
听第10段材料，回答第18至20题. 18. What can we learn from the text?
A. Television is playing a more and more important role in people’s lives.
B. Nowadays some children spend too much time in front of the sets.
C. Many parents never let their children watch TV at home.
19. What’s the third reason mentioned by the speaker? A. Watching TV harms children’s eyesight. B. Watching too much TV affects children’s studies. C. Watching TV reduces the time that children spend talking with their families.
20. What does the speaker suggest parents do?
A. Let their children watch TV for no more than two hours a day.
B. Keep an eye on what their children are watching.
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C. Never let their children watch TV on weekdays.
II.12112 21. ________ work has been done to improve the people’s living standard. A. A large amount of B. A large number of C. A great deal D. A great many
22. The man _______ the little boy and said , “You are so clever and lovely . I love you very much.”
A. glared at B. aimed at C. stared at D. laughed at
23. ___________ was most important to her, she told me, was her family.
A.It B. This C. What D. As
24. Sorry, I am late. I ______ have turn off the alarm clock and gone back to sleep again.
A.might B. should C. need D. would
25. _________ is known to all, the moon travels round the earth once every month.
A. It B. As C. That D. What
26. He has some doubt ________ he will succeed in his research work.
A. whether B. weather C. which D. that
27. Sara hopes to become a friend of _________ shares her interests.
A. anyone B. no matter who C. whoever D. whomever
28. — Do you know where David is? I couldn’t find him anywhere. — Well. He ________ have gone far — his coat is still here.
A. shouldn’t B. mustn’t C. can’t D. wouldn’t 29. — Would you allow me ________ here?
— Sorry. We don’t permit _________ in the lab.
A. smoking; smoking B. to smoke; to smoke C. smoking; to smoke D. to smoke; smoking
30. Americans eat _______ vegetables each person today as they did 20 years ago..
A. twice as many B. many as twice C. as many twice D. as twice many
31. —What do you think of their marriage?
—______, if I were Kate, I would not marry him.
A. Generally speaking B. I have no idea C. To be honest D. To my surprise
32. — Where have you been?
— I got stuck in the heavy traffic, or I ________ here earlier.
A. had arrived B. would have come C. would come D. was
Bill White’s father is a lawyer. In his 33 time, he likes to get out in the country and take some 34 of animals.
For a long time, Bill had wanted to go with his father on one of his 35 . But his father didn’t take Bill along with him 36 he was fifteen.
He and Bill drove to the farm which 37 to his uncle in the afternoon. They 38 the night
there, so that they could 39 out early the next morning. Uncle Steve and his son Larry, who was
sixteen, were going to go out with them.
It was still dark when Bill heard the alarm 40 the next morning. He wondered why it was running so early. He couldn’t remember 41 he was. He turned over 42 and looked at the clock. It was 5 o’clock. Then he 43 that he was at the 44 and that he was going out to take pictures with his father. He jumped out of bed and got 45 quickly.
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He ran downstairs. The others were already in the 46 . Uncle Steve was cooking bacon and eggs. There was a pot of coffee on the stove. It 47 good.
They ate breakfast quickly. They didn’t talk 48 , because they didn’t want to 49 up the
other people in the house. They filled a thermos bottle 50 hot coffee and took some sandwiches 51 Aunt Grace, Uncle Steve’s wife, had made for them. They gathered their camera 52 and
33. A. busy B. spare C. enough D. limited
34. A. foods B. drawings C. paintings D. pictures
35. A. trips B. buses C. holidays D. mountains
36. A. after B. when C. until D. unless
37. A. led B. stuck C. got D. belonged
38. A. cost B. spent C. slept D. took
39. A. start B. begin C. walk D. step
40. A. telephone B. machine C. bell D. clock
41. A. where B. how C. who D. what
42. A. quickly B. sleepily C. quietly D. suddenly
43. A. imagined B. pronounced C. forgot D. remembered
44. A. mountain B. town C. farm D. station
45. A. dressed B. ordered C. eaten D. prepared
46. A. bathroom B. kitchen C. dining-room D. sitting-room
47. A. seemed B. felt C. tasted D. smelled
48. A. many B. soundly C. much D. highly
49. A. wake B. go C. put D. come
50. A. of B. with C. in D. by
51. A. that B. what C. after D. before
52. A. cover B. supply C. operator D. equipment
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Beldon and Canfield are two seashore towns, not far apart. Both towns have many hotels,
and in summer the hotels are full of holiday - makers and other tourists.
Last August there was a fire at the Seabreeze Hotel in Beldon. The next day this news
appeared on Page Two of the town’s newspaper, The Beldon Post.
FIRE AT SEABREEZE
Late last night firemen hurried to the Seabreeze Hotel and quickly put out a small fire in a
bedroom. The hotel manager said that a cigarette started the fire. We say again to all our
visitors, "Please don’t smoke cigarettes in bed." This was Beldon’s first hotel fire for five
The Canfield Times gave the news in these words on Page One:
ANOTHER BELDON HOTEL CATCHES FIRE
Last night Beldon firemen arrived just too late to save clothing, bedclothes and some furniture
at the Seabreeze Hotel. An angry holiday-maker said, “ An electric lamp probably started the fire.
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The bedroom lamps are very old at some of these hotels. When I turned the bedside light on, I
heard a funny noise from the lamp.” We are glad to tell our readers that this sort of adventure
does not happen in Canfield.
What are the facts, then? It is never easy to find out the exact truth about an accident. There
stwas a fire at the Seabreeze Hotel 1 August: that is one fact. Do we know anything else? Yes, we know that firemen went to the hotel.
53. The Canfield Times used the headline like this in order to make its readers think _______. A. this was the second fire at the Seabreeze Hotel
B. hotels in Beldon don’t often catch fire C. hotels in Beldon often catch fire
D. Beldon was a good place except that hotels there are not quite safe
54. The Canfield newspaper gave a report just opposite to The Beldon Post by saying that
A. the bedroom lamps were very old at some of the Seabreeze’s hotels
B. the firemen failed to save clothing, bedclothes and other things
C. the bedroom lights made funny noise when the fire took place
D. such accidents never happened in Canfield for the past five years
55. Which of the following are probably facts?
a. The fire broke out in a bedroom at the hotel.
b. A cigarette started the fire.
c. An old lamp started the fire.
d. The fire broke out at night.
e. There has never been a fire in Canfield.
A. b and c B. a and c C. a and d D. c and e
56. Which of the following BEST gives the main idea of this passage? A. It was not easy to find out exact truth from newspapers
B. A fire broke out one night in Seabreeze Hotel
C. Two newspapers gave reports on the same matter
D. Beldon an Canfield are both good places for tourists in summer
A new study of 8,000 young people in the Journal of Health and Social Behavior shows that
although love can make adults live healthily and happily, it is a bad thing for young people. Puppy
love(早恋) may bring stress for young people and can lead to depression(忧郁症). The study shows
that girls become more depressed than boys, and younger girls are the worst of all.
The possible reason for the connection between love and higher risk of depression for girls is
“loss of self”. According to the study, even though boys would say “lose themselves in a romantic
relationship”, this “loss of self” is much more likely to lead to depression when it happens to girls.
Young girls who have romantic relationships usually like hiding their feelings and opinions. They
won’t tell that to their parents.
Dr. Marianm Kaufman, an expert on young people problems, says 15% to 20% young people
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will have depression during their growing. Trying romance often causes the depression.
She advises kids not to jump into romance too early. During growing up, it is important for
young people to build strong friendships and a strong sense of self. She also suggests the parents
should encourage their kids to keep close to their friends, attend more interesting school activities
and spend enough time with family.
Parents should watch for signs of depression---eating or mood changes---and if they see signs
from their daughter or son, they need to give help. The good news is that the connection between
romance and depression seems to become weak with age. Love will always make us feel young, but
only maturity(成熟) gives us a chance to avoid its bad side effects. 57. What’s the main idea of the passage?
A. Puppy love may bring young people depression.
B .Parents should forbid their children’s love lives.
C. Romance is a two-edged sword for adults.
D. Romance is good for young people.
58. Which of the following is more likely to have depression?
A . Young people who have a strong sense of self.
B . Young boys whose parents watch for their behavior.
C. Young girls who always hide their feelings and opinions.
D. Careless parents whose children are deep in love.
59.What can be inferred from the passage?
A .Lacking love can lead young people to grow up more quickly.
B. Early love makes young people keep close to their friends and parents.
C .Parents should help their children to be aware of the signs of depression.
D .The older a woman is, the less likely she seems to lose herself in romance.
60. What’s the author’s attitude towards puppy love?
A. Confused. B. Disapproving. C. Disinterested. D. Scared.
The Atlantic Ocean is one of the oceans that separate the Old World from the New. For
centuries it kept the America from being discovered by the people of Europe.
Many wrong ideas about the Atlantic made early sailors unwilling to sail far out into it. One
idea was that it reached out to “the edge of the world” . Sailors were afraid that they might sail off
the earth. Another idea was that at the equator(赤道) the ocean would be boiling hot.
The Atlantic Ocean is only half as big as the Pacific, but it is still very large. It is more than
4,000 miles (6,000 km) wide where Columbus crossed it. Even at its narrowest it is about 2,00 miles
(3,200 km) wide.
Two things make the Atlantic Ocean rather unusual. For so large an ocean it has few islands.
Also, it is the world’s saltiest ocean.
There is so much water in the Atlantic that it is hard to imagine how much there is. But suppose
no more rain fell into it and no more water was brought to it by rivers, it would take the ocean about
more than 4,000 years to dry up. On the average, the water is a little more than two miles (3.2km)
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deep, but in some places it is much deeper. The deepest spot is near Puerto Rico. This “deep”
measures 30,246 feet---almost six miles (9.6km).
One of the longest mountain ranges of the world rises from the floor of the Atlantic. This
mountain range runs north and south down the middle of the ocean. The tops of a few of the
mountains reach up above the sea and make islands.
Several hundred miles eastward from Florida there is a part of the ocean called the Sargasso Sea.
Here the water is quiet, for there is little wind. In the days of sailing vessels(船) the crew were afraid
they would be becalmed (can’t move) here. Sometimes they were.
Today the Atlantic is a great highway. It is, however, not always a smooth and safe one. Storms sweep across it and pile up great waves. Icebergs float down from the far North across the paths of
We now have such fast ways of traveling that this big ocean seems to have grown smaller.
Columbus sailed for more than two months to cross it. A fast modern steamship can make the trip in
less than four days. Airplanes fly from New York to London in only eight hours and from South
America to Africa in four!
61. What caused people to be unwilling to explore the Atlantic?
A. There were no ships big enough to get across the Ocean.
B. Sailors were afraid of being lost in the Ocean.
C. The Atlantic Ocean was very unusual because it has few islands and the saltiest water.
D. Many incorrect ideas such as “the edge of the world”, “the equator with boiling hot water”
made people think the Ocean was full of danger.
62. What is the main idea of the fifth paragraph?
A. How deep the water is.
B. How to measure the water in the Atlantic.
C. How much water the ocean holds.
D. How rain affects the Ocean water.
63. What does the underlined word “highway” mean? A. High road B. Broad way C. Fast road D. Main water way
64. Why does the writer think “this big ocean seems to have grown smaller”?
A. The water in the ocean is becoming less.
B. We have more and more advanced traveling tools now
C. The distance between the ocean and us is shorter.
D. The steamship has a higher speed.
How do successful people think? What drives them? Interviews and investigations show that
there are several keys to success that successful people share.
First of all, successful people never blame someone or something outside of themselves for
their failure to go ahead. They realize that their future lies in their own hands. They understand that
they cannot control things in life, such as nature, the past and other people. But in the meantime,
they are well aware that they can control their own thoughts and actions. They take responsibility for
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their life and regard this as one of the most empowering (给人以权力的)things they can do .Perhaps what most separates successful people from others is that they live life “on purpose”---they are doing
what they believe they are put here to do .In their opinion, having a purpose in their life is the most
important fact that enables them to become fully functioning people. They hold that when they live
their life on purpose ,their main concern is to do the job right .They love what they do ---and it
shows people want to do business with them because of their devotion to their jobs. To live their life
on purpose, successful people find a cause they believe in and create a business around it. Besides,
they never easily give up. Once they have set up goals in their life, they are willing to do whatever it
takes to achieve their goals. Top achievers always keep in mind that they don’t have forever. Rather
than seeing it negative or depressing, they use the knowledge to encourage themselves to move on
and go after what they want energetically and passionately.
65. Which of the following might be the best title for the passage?
A. How do people live their life on purpose? B. How can people be successful?
C. How do people make plans? D. How do people do business?
66. By living life “on purpose ”successful people can ________
A. do a lot of work without using more money. B. concentrate on their jobs
C. do business with many people easily. D. share what they have with every one
67.The pronoun “it” (Line 10.Para.2) refers to _____ A. the main concern of successful people B. the job that successful people do
C. the devotion with which successful people do their job
D. the business that successful people do with other people.
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VI. 根据所提供的语景，从方框中选择正确的短语填空完成句子： (共
broke out, on the contrary , played a trick on , dressed up , in time, caught sight of , now that , in memory of , prevented…from , get away with ,
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68.He wrote a long moving poem__________________ those who died in the war.
班级 座号 姓名_________________分数_____________ 69. We _________________________________ them and they fell right into it .
70. _____________ in her most beautiful skirt, the girl tried to make herself noticed at the party.
71. How should you let him______________________________ telling lies?
72. ---I hear you like your new job.
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---_____________________________________, it’s terribly uninteresting. 73. We were ___________________ by heavy smog ____________________seeing anything.
77. All the children jumped with joy when they ________________ the mountain in the distance.
75. ______________________ you’ve got a chance, you might as well make full use of it.
76.All of us _____________ (羡慕) the school for its excellent teaching at that time.
77. These two countries had three _______________（宗教的）wars in twenty years. 78.It is my____________ （信仰）that good manners are very important to everyone.
79.If we want to keep fit, we should have a b_______________________ diet.
80. The lake in our village is s_______________________ by many tall trees.
81.Your plan sounds fine in t___________, but I’m not sure if it’ll work in practice. 82.The reasons for his actions have remained a ___________________ （谜）to us. 83. We can’t e__________________________ without water or food. 84. He has _______________________ （咨询）the physician about his health
85.He was in a v_____________________ temper and began throwing things about.
He did not _____________________________ because his restaurant was _______________.
__________________________take the aeroplane _______________________, they decided to fly
to Vancouver and then take the train _______________________________________Canada.
The next morning I______________________________________________ I was spotted by a ship.
________________________________,I __________________in Britain _____________________
90. However, according to a widely accepted theory, the universe began with a “Big Bang” that
threw matter in all directions。
2. 这里不允许车辆行驶，岛上十分安静，到处能听到弹奏钢琴的声音，有 “音乐之岛”的
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4. 厦门博物馆让你了解厦门的历史和变化。 注意： 开头和结尾自拟。 词数为100左右。
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