1. What’s the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Strangers. B. Friends. C. Taxi-driver and passenger. 2. What is the woman’s problem?
A. She has lost her way. B. She wants to get a lift. C. She doesn’t like to walk such a
3. How will the woman get to Emberton?
A. On foot. B. By car. C. By bus.
4. What is the woman going to do?
A. Take a holiday. B. Go on a business trip. C. Attend a party. 5. When does the woman plan to arrive?
A. Late Friday. B. Mid Saturday. C. Saturday night. 6. What is the weather likely to be like in the town at night?
A. Cold. B. Warm. C. Rainy.
7. Where does this conversation probably take place?
A. City Square. B. Near the river. C. In the street. 8. How many buses are mentioned in the conversation?
A. Five. B. Four. C. Three.
9. What does the woman have to do to reach her destination?
A. She needn’t go to River Drive. B. She has to take No. 8 bus first. C. She needs exact change.
10. What may be the man’s purpose from the conversation?
A. He wants to find a suitable job. B. He wants to get a suitable partner. C. He wants to employ
11. What kind of people might the man prefer?
A. A shy person. B. A practical person. C. A rich person. 12. What’s the man’s possible favor according to the talk?
A. Outdoor activities. B. Running a restaurant. C. Writing news report.
13. Why is it usually expensive to attend religious and private schools?
A. The number of students they take in is limited.
B. They receive little or no support from public taxes.
C. They are only open to children from rich families. 14. Which is one of the reasons for people to send their children to private schools?
A. Private schools admit more students.
B. Private schools charge less than religious schools.
C. Private schools are of higher quality.
15. Who usually runs religious schools in the United States?
A. The churches. B. The program designers. C. The local authorities. 第二节：听取信息！共5小题；每小题1分(满分5分，
First name (16 ) ___________________________
Date of birth ( 17 ) _____________________, 1945
Occupation ( 18 ) _____________________
Reason for travel in the US To visit ( 19 )
Address in the US 238 ( 20 ) ______________________, New York
Have you ever heard the old saying, "Never judge a book by its cover"? This is a good rule to
___21 __ when trying to judge the intelligence (智力 ) of others .
Some people have 22 that shine only in certain situations .A young person with an unusual 23 in writing may find himself ___24 in the presence of a pretty girl when he speaks .He may not be able to find the right words . But don't make mistake of thinking him
25 , with a pen and a paper, he can express himself better than anybody.
___26 people may fool you into overestimating (过高估计) their intelligence by 27___
a good front ( 外表 ). A student who listens 28 and takes notes in class is sure to make a favorable impression on his teachers. But when it comes to exams, he may score near the 29
of the class.
It all boils down to this: you can't judge someone by appearance. The only way to determine
(测定) a person's intelligence is to get to know him. Then you can see how he reacts to different
situations. The more situations you see, the better your judgment is 30 to be. So take your
time. Don't judge a book by its cover.
21，A，take B，act C，follow D，behave
22，A，emotions B，minds C，actions D，feelings
23，A，ability B，way C，research D，gift
24，A，speechless B，talkative C，fluent D，dishonest
25，A，clever B，stupid C，smart D，wise
26，A，Other B，Some C，All D，Few
27，A，setting up B，making up C，putting on D，taking up
28，A，carelessly B，difficultly C，indifferently D，attentively
29，A，top B，front C，bottom D，middle
30，A，likely B，possibly C，certainly D，probably
第二节 语法填空(共10小题；每小题1. 5分(满分15分)
People who have lost the ability to understand or use words due to brain damage ___31____(call ) aphasics(失语症患者). Such patients ___32____ are mentioned here can be
extremely good at something else. From the changing expressions on speakers’ faces and the tones
of their voices, they can tell lies ___33____ truths.
Doctors studying the human brain have even compared this power to ____34____ of a dog
with an ability to find out the drugs ____35____ ( hide ) in the baggage.
Recently, scientists carried out tests to see whether all that was said about aphasics was true.
____ were aphasics. It They studied a mixed group of people. Some were normal while ____36
was proved that the aphasics were far ahead of the normal people in recognizing false speeches -- in most cases, the normal people were fooled by words, but the aphasics were not.
Dr. Oliver Sacks mentioned a particular case in ____37____ hospital. Some aphasics were
watching the president ____38____ ( give ) a speech on TV. Since the president had been an actor ___39___ (early), making a good speech was no problem for him.
But his way of speaking had the opposite effect on the patients. They didn’t seem to believe him. Instead, they burst into laughter. The aphasics knew that the president did not mean a word of ____40____ he was saying.
?. 阅读理解 (共两节？满分40分)
Years after throwing a bottle-up note into a lake for a class project and just one year after his death, a man’s childhood message was found and returned to his mother.
Eleven years ago, a then 10-year-old boy, Joshua Baker, wrote the message, folded and put it in an empty container, his mother, Maggie Holbrook said. He died last February in a motor vehicle accident in California. He had recently returned after a serving in the Middle East as a US marine ( 水兵 ).
― I think he was just letting us know he was Ok and keep doing what we are doing ,‖ Holbrook said.
thThe message surfaced in White Lake in late April, just days after the 11 anniversary of its
being thrown into the lake. It was found by one of Baker’s closest friends, Steve Lieder, she said.
Lieder and two friends were chatting near the lake when Lieder looked down and saw the bottle. He broke it open and found the note inside.
―My name is Joshua Baker. I am 10. If you find this, put it on the news. The date is 4/16/95.‖
They immediately took it to Holbrook, who said she is now having the note preserved and will display it in her home.
She can remember when her son wrote the message for the school project. She said she always wondered why he didn’t put it in the nearby Wolf River, which has a much stronger current！水流，.
―I still remember the day he wrote it,‖ Holbrook said. ― I couldn’t understand why he threw it in the lake. No one would never see it again. Now I know.‖
41，What was Joshua Baker when he died in motor vehicle accident in California?
A，An official B，A soldier C，A worker D，A teacher
42，Who found the bottle according to the passage?
A，Joshua Baker’s mother B，A fisherman
C，Joshua Baker’s friend D，Joshua Baker’s mother’s friend
43，What does the underlined sentence mean?
A，The mother believes his son is still living with her in the house.
B，The mother thinks his son will come to see her one day
C，The mother thinks it’s foolish to throw the note in the lake
D，The mother thinks the bottle is her son’s gift only left to her after his death
44，Which of the following statements is correct according to the passage?
A，The man threw the bottle into the lake without any purpose.
B，The man didn’t put the bottle into the nearby river because it had a strong current.
C，Not until recently did his mother understand why he put the bottle into the lake instead of
the nearby river.
D，The man made the bottle-up note so as to let his parents know he was OK. 45，The best title for this passage would be ____.
A，A man’s Bottle Message Found After His Death
B，A Ridiculous and Unbelievable Bottle Message
C，A Strange Bottle-up Note Appearing In a Lake
D，An Important Childhood Message 11 Years After His Death
Forgiving someone who has hurt you or let you down is never an easy thing. Several new studies, however, say that it could have a lot of health benefits. When you think of forgiveness, you probably don’t think of it as being a health or medical problem. Studies from Stanford University, on the other hand, show that something like anger can change your well-being.
When cartoon book characters like the Incredible Hulk get angry, they change colours and often gain special power. In the real world, anger is less obvious and may be more dangerous. That’s why Professor Fred Luskin, founder of the Stanford Forgiveness Project and author of Forgive for Good, says holding on to anger and hatred can harm your physical and mental health. Two new studies seem to show the same idea.
The studies find that people who are able to forgive feel less stress, less back pain, and less depression. They also have fewer headaches, lower blood pressure, and fewer problems on
So it doesn’t matter if your anger is caused by the traffic or other things. Learning to let it go
is important. Techniques such as deep breath or thought can help. Or just ask yourself if it’s worth hurting yourself by staying angry with someone else.
Forgiveness does not mean that you simply accept what happened and say it’s OK. Instead, it’s a way of making peace with yourself about what happened in the past.
46. The author of the passage tries to make his viewpoint clear ______.
A. by raising his own examples B. based on his own experience
C. by mentioning some studies D. by mentioning some typical patients 47. The example of the cartoon book characters is taken in the passage to______.
A. support the viewpoint that anger and hatred harm physical and mental health
B. introduce a famous expert
C. let the reader know the different colours of cartoon faces
D. show how to control one’s temper
48. The underlined phrase ―holding on to‖ in this passage possibly means―______‖.
A. removing B. keeping up C. getting rid of D. learning about
49. Which of the following is NOT mentioned in this passage?
A. People who are able to forgive feel less stress.
B. People who are able to forgive feel less depression.
C. People who are able to forgive have fewer problems on sleeping.
D. People who are able to forgive feel less tired.
50. The best title for this passage is probably _______.
A. Forgiveness B. Forgiveness Is Good for Health
C. A Secret to Keeping Health D. Anger Is Bad for Health
Dogs are social animals and without proper training, they will behave like wild animals. They will spoil your house, destroy your belongings, bark excessively, fight other dogs and even bite you. Nearly all behavior problems are perfectly normal dog activities that occur at the wrong time or place or are directed at the wrong thing. The key to preventing or treating behavior problems is learning to teach the dog to redirect its normal behavior to outlets！出路， that are acceptable in
the domestic setting.
One of the best things you can do for your dog and yourself is to obedience train (驯服) it.
Obedience training doesn't solve all behavior problems, but it is the foundation for solving just about any problem. Training opens up a line of communication between you and your dog. Effective communication is necessary to instruct your dog about what you want it to do.
Training is also an easy way to establish the social rank order. When your dog obeys a simple request of ―come here, sit,‖ it is showing obedience and respect for you. It is not necessary to
establish yourself as top dog or leader of the dog pack (群) by using extreme measures. You can
teach your dog its subordinate (从属的) role by teaching it to show submission to you. Most dogs love performing tricks for you to pleasantly accept that you are in charge.
Training should be fun and rewarding for you and your dog. It can enrich your relationship and make living together more enjoyable. A well-trained dog is more confident and can more safely be allowed a greater amount of freedom than an untrained animal.
51. Behavior problems of dogs are believed to _________.
A. be just part of their nature B. worsen in modern society
C. occur when they go wild D. present a threat to the community 52. The primary purpose of obedience training is to __________.
A. teach the dog to perform clever tricks
B. make the dog aware of its owner's authority
C. provide the dog with outlets for its wild behavior
D. enable the dog to regain its normal behavior
53. Effective communication between a dog and its owner is ___________.
A. essential to solving the dog's behavior problems
B. the foundation for dogs to perform tasks
C. a good way to teach the dog new tricks
D. an extreme measure in obedience training
54. Why do pet dogs love performing tricks for their masters?
A. To avoid being punished. B. To show their affection for their masters.
C. To win leadership of the dog pack. D. To show their willingness to obey. 55. When a dog has received effective obedience training, its owner ___________.
A. can give the dog more rewards B. will enjoy a better family life
C. can give the dog more freedom D. will have more confidence in himself 第二节 信息匹配！共5小题；每小题2分(满分10分，
A Kid-Tough? Digital Camera
Ages: 3 years & up
Here’s a real digital camera that’s tough enough–and easy enough–for kids to use. What a perfect
way for kids to get creative by taking, viewing and even printing their own digital pictures!
B Laugh & Learn? Learning Table?
Ages: 6-36 months
Approx. Retail Price: $40.00
Stir up the learning fun! Two interactive play modes teach A-B-C’s, 1-2-3’s, colors, textures, first
words, music, and so much more! 15 sing-along songs, 10 fascinating activities, speech, sounds, and lots of ways to imagine and play.
C Brilliant Basics? Big Discoveries Table?
Ages: 9 months & up
This activity-filled table offers plenty to do, with open-ended play all around. While your baby is
busy having fun, you’ll be amazed at all the new skills that develop! Before you know it, baby will
be making big new discoveries, improving motor skills, developing eye-hand coordination, and learning to recognize colors, shapes and sizes.
D Baby Gymtastics? Bat & Score Goal?
Ages: 6-36 months
With this versatile set, even sitting babies can enjoy scoring a goal! When they bat the inflatable ball or the wiggly cheetah, baby is rewarded with music, lights and sounds. Then, once little ones start crawling or can stand and kick, you can easily convert it, for the whole goal experience! Detach the ball and the rhino becomes the ―goalie.‖ Toddlers can push, kick or toss the ball at the target, while you stand back and catch the excitement!
E Go Baby Go!
Ages: 9-36 months
There’s nothing like having a friend you can rely on especially when you are learning to walk! This charming lion is ready to steady baby’s first steps, encouraging progress with rewarding
lights, sounds, and upbeat music. Once walking is a sure thing, toddlers can hop on the lion’s back
and ride all around for a roaring good time. Designed with a wide wheel base for sturdy support. With on/off switch plus volume control for quiet play.
F ESPN Shot Block? Basketball
Ages: 5 years & up
Approx. Retail Price: $80.00
Bring defense to the game! Automatic shot-blocking rim defense and 8 ways to play add even more fun, excitement and challenge to indoor basketball fun!
Includes 2 balls. For indoor use only. Requires 4 "C" batteries.
56. Jack and his wife want to buy a toy for their 7-month-old baby. But Jack has a low income and
intends to buy something which is not so expensive.
57. Alice and her husband have a 7-year-old son who likes using their expensive digital camera.
They decide to buy him one which is cheap and easy to operate.
58. Lynne’s daughter is 11 months old. Lynne thinks it’s time for her daughter to learn to walk.
59. Margaret’s son, who is two years old, is very good at distinguishing！辨别，different shapes.
Magaret says it is due to a toy she bought when her son was one year old. Which toy is she
60. Peter is fond of playing basketball. He expects his son to begin playing it before he goes to Primary
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56. Jack A. Kid-Tough? Digital Camera
57. Alice B. Laugh & Learn? Learning Table?
58. Lyyne C. Brilliant Basics? Big Discoveries Table?
D. Baby Gymtastics? Bat & Score Goal? 59. Margaret
E. Go Baby Go! 60. Peter
F. ESPN Shot Block? Basketball
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Teenagers’ secrets should be kept to themselves and no one else ,their parents included ,has the right to stick their nose into their private life .As we know , teenagers are going through a special period of development both physically and psychologically .They are curious about and puzzled by the unexpected changes in their body and mind. What’s more ,exposed to a world of adults ,it is only too natural
) adults’ behaviors in secret .Boys begin to smoke for them to begin imitating (模仿
and girls begin to spend time doing their hair .Some even begin to date with a girlfriend or boyfriend without their parents’ knowledge .They are doing al this in secret because they are still unsure whether it is right to do so and afraid that ,if found out by their parent, they will get misunderstood and even punished .And in fact , in many cases ,the parents can not deal with the matter well and hurt their children’s feelings badly ,making children no longer willing to communicate with their parents .When this happens ,it hurts terribly the whole family feeling .So it seems
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