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第I卷 第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分) 做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答 案转涂到答题卡上。 第一节(共5个小题:每小题1.5分,满分7.5分) 听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一道小题,从每题所给的A B C三个选项中选出选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 例:How much is the shirt? A.£19.15 B.£9.18 C.£9.15 答案是C。 1.When does this conversation take place? A.At 4:45. B.At 5:00. C.At 5:15. 2.What does the man mean? A.He went mountain climbing last year. B.He doesn’t want to go at a11. C.He hasn’t traveled around the world yet. 3.What will the woman do for the man? A.Wash his clothes. B.Take him to the supermarket. C.Get him some fruit. 4.Why was the man angry? A.The woman enjoyed him. B.He didn’t relax. C.The woman left the room. 5.Where does the conversation probably take place? A.In the classroom. B.In the shop. C.At the station. 第二节 (共15小题;第小题1.5分,满分22.5分) 听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各 个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。 6.Who did Fred have a fight with last night? A.His brother. B.The policeman. C.The storekeeper. 7.What can we learn from the conversation? A.Fred was slightly hurt. B.The ear was moved away by the policemen. C.The store was destroyed by Fred. 听第7段材料,回答第8至l0题。 8.How old is Mary’s mother? A.Fifty years old. B.Fifty-five years old. C.Forty-five years old. 9.What will Mary’s mother receive for birthday? A.A beautiful necklace. B.A beautiful skirt. C.A beautiful shirt. 10.Where will Mary’s family have a special dinner? A.At a Chinese restaurant. B.At a fast-food restaurant. C.At home. 听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。 11.Why does the man like his present job? A.The good pay and the position. B.The position and the fresh air C.The good pay and the fresh air. 12.Which of the following jobs is the least one he wants to do? A.Teaching. B.Gardening. C.Doctor. 13.What is the probable relationship between the speakers? A.Husband and wife. B.Friends. C.Boss and clerk. 听第9段材料,回答第14至16题。 14.Why is the woman moving? A.To find a nicer place to live in. B.To live together with her parents. C.To have a better job in a new place. 15.Where do her parents live? A.In a big city. B.In a small village. C.In a nearby country. 16.Why doesn’t the woman take her dog with her? A.She can’t take care of it. B.Her parents don’t want her to take it. C.She thinks the dog might not be happy there. 听第l0段材料,回答第17至20题。 17.Where did the children mostly play? A.In the lake. B.Only in the house. C.Outside around the neighborhood. 18.What did the speaker like the most as a child? A.Going to the lake. B.Working in the garden. C.Playing ball games with friends. 19.Where did the family go on a trip? A.To a big lake. B.To New York City. C.To the Pacific Ocean. 20.What did the speaker probably do later? A.He moved to a big city. B.He lived in the same house. C.He moved to a place near the ocean. 第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 第一节 语法和词汇(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分) 从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21.I asked Tom and Mike to come to my birthday party,but _____appeared. A.either B.neither C.both D.none 22.At the meeting,they talked about ____harm pollution does to the environment and the people around. A.which B.why C.how D.what 23.Whether you like it or not,we live in a particular community _______exchanging presents is an important part of communication. A.which B.that C.when D.where 24.—______you interrupt now? Can’t you see I'm busy with my work? —Sorry Sir,but it’s urgent. A.Can B.Should C.Must D.Would 25.—Hi.Dave.This is Helen speaking! —Hi,what a coincidence! I ____about you. A.was just thinking B.just thought C.have just thought D.would just think 26.The little boy won’t go to sleep ____his mother tells him a story. A.or B.unless C.but D.whether 27.—Can you lend me $100? —_________.I'm short of money myself. A.Here you are B.Help yourself C.No problem D.Forget it 28.If you don’t have ______good knowledge of English,it's out of ____question for you to use it flexibly and fluently. A.a;the B.a;不填 C.不填;the D.the;a 29.With his father ______business abroad,he can afford to study in a private schoo1. A.do B.to do C.doing D.done 30.Do you think shopping online will _____take the place of shopping in stores? A.especially B.frequently C.merely D.finally 31.I have to see the doctor because I ____a lot lately. A.have been coughing B.had coughed C.coughed D.cough 32.________hard you try,it is difficult to lose weight without cutting down the amount you eat. A.Whatever B.Whichever C.However D.Whenever 33.With Father’s Day around the corner,I have taken some money out of the bank ____________presents for my dad. A.buy B.to buy C.buying D.to have bought 34.—How do you find the concert last night? —_____.But the stage design looked interesting. A.I couldn’t agree more B.I don’t think much of it C.Oh,wonderful indeed D.A friend gave me a ticket 35.It is illegal for an official to ask people for gifts or money _____favors to them. A.in preference to B.in place of C.in exchange for D.in agreement with 第二节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从36—55各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A stag,which lived in a jungle,decided to go for a trip with his family to another forest.The stag and his family 36 the new jungle,which was 37 with thick bushes and trees.There was plenty to eat for all of them. All of a sudden,the antlers(鹿角)of the stag got 38 in the overhanging branches of a tree.The stag tried hard,but could not 39 himself.His wife and baby kept on watching 40. The stag thought,“Everything was fine,till now.But now I am 41 .We won’t be able to reach our home until I have my antlers free.How 42 I am! We came here for 43 ,but I think this is the worst 44 of my life.” The stag 45 for some more time but he was too 46 .He finally 47 and kept standing there helplessly. The three of them had to spend the whole night like this.The stag kept 48 about his fate. The next morning,a woodcutter saw the stag with his antlers caught in the branches.He 49 the stag.Soon,the woodcutter cut down the branches of the tree and set the stag free. The stag 50 .the woodcutter and rushed back home with his family.On reaching home,he was 51 to learn that some lions had 52 their area the previous day.Many lives were lost. Within the flash of a second,the stag realized that he and his family were 53 because his antlers had got caught in the branches.The moments which he 54 to be the worst period of his life turned out to be the most 55 for him. 36.A.escaped B.disliked C.enjoyed D.developed 37.A.covered B.supported C.supplied D.surrounded 38.A.caught B.hurt C.fallen D.broken 39.A.1eave B.find C.free D.satisfy 40.A.hopeful B.carefully C.aimlessly D.helplessly 41.A.stuck B. settled C.1ost D. failed 42.A.stupid B.unlucky C.excited D.happy 43.A.pleasure B.food C.friends D.home 44.A.party B.story C.period D.failure 45.A.1asted B.thought C.worked D.struggled 46.A.angry B.surprised C.successful D.tired 47.A. left off B.caught up C.gave up D.gave in 48.A.complaining B.rethinking C.cheering D.concerning 49.A.took away B.picked up C.took pity on D.1ooked down upon 50.A.killed B.thanked C.followed D.suspected 51.A.delighted B.ashamed C.regretted D.astonished 52.A.attacked B.stolen C.amused D.protected 53.A.cheated B.threatened C.killed D.saved 54.A.suspected B.considered C.expected D.experienced 55.A.difficult B.comfortable C.unbelievable D.fortunate 第三部分 阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Mars was the first planet that humans attempted to get to.Since the 1960’s,scientists have been working to learn more information about the Mars’past,We now know that Mars was once a warm,wet place with great oceans and deep rivers.We also know that about 3.7 billion years ago,all that water disappeared when the planet lost its air.But why did the atmosphere on Mars change so greatly? NASA had launched the MAVEN spacecraft in the hope of answering that very question.MAVEN will study the remains of Mars’ air and help scientists figure out what became of the rest of it. The spacecraft was launched on Monday,November 18,2013,from Cape Canaveral,Florida.The trip to Mars takes about 10 months.and MAVEN is scheduled to go into orbit in September 2014.It is the first spacecraft created with the purpose of studying Mars' atmosphere.Its wingspan(翼展)measures 37.5 feet not quite the length of a school bus, and it weighs 1991 pounds about the same amount as a small car.MAVEN is equipped with eight different tools to measure and study the planet’s atmosphere.To collect information,it will fly in orbit as fast as 3278 miles per hour,and as slow as 93 miles per hour. Once it arrived at Mars,MAVEN will have plenty of company.The spacecraft Curiosity is still walking around the planet’s rocky surface,studying the geology,chemistry and possible biology there.NASA currently has a number of spacecrafts getting unique views of Mars with powerful cameras and telescopes.These missions are all slow,steady steps.forward to discover Mars secret past.While the results may not be revealed for some time,an exciting exploration is on the way. 56.We can learn from the first paragraph that________ A.all the scientists wanted to live on Mars B.spaceships have been sent up to Mars since 1960s C.people have had a better knowledge of Mars nowadays D.all the water on Mars has been gone for ten billion years 57.The MAVEN spacecraft has been launched with the purpose of________ A.assisting Curiosity in studying the geology of Mars. B.analyzing the change of the atmosphere on Mars C.checking whether water still exists on Mars D.analyzing what is contained in Mars’air 58.What do we know about MAVEN according to the text? A.It weighs almost as much as a small school bus. B.It is scheduled to go into orbit in December 2014. C.It is the second spacecraft to study Mars’atmosphere. D.It will explore Mars’atmosphere with eight different tools. 59.It can be inferred from,the text that__________. A.more wonderful things about Mars will be found in the future B.more spacecraft will be sent up to Mars from now on C.many different tasks will be given to MAVEN when it lands on Mars D.many spacecrafts are working around Mars to get more information 60.What is the best title of this text? A.A new discovery on Mars B.A new spacecraft sent to Mars C.The rapid development of Mars D.The great change of the Mars’atmosphere B A documentary project is gathering stories of kindness from all over the world.Produced by award—winning filmmaker Eva Brzeski,Kindness the Movie is an experimental film project that aims to provide a unique glimpse into random acts of kindness on an international scale.Individuals are encouraged to send in short video entries,creating an overall montage(蒙太奇)of kindness. “I want to hear stories that have touched lives,changed ideas,overcome prejudices and bridged divisions between people,”explained Eva.“And I think,if I want to hear those stories,maybe others want to hear as well.I believe we are thirsty for better news and we don’t want to see those pictures painted by the mainstream media.” The film will address questions about how kind or unkind the world is.It will document different people’s experiences of kindness,including unusual acts of care and generosity that people have observed or heard about.As an incentive(鼓励),a $10,000 cash prize is offered for the best video entry received. While Eva has welcomed a diverse range of videos from around the world,she still hopes for more,“I have heard people say ‘Oh,I want to submit a video,but the bar is so high’,”she says.“This isn’t the case.The video doesn’t need to be high-tech;in fact we don’t want it to be fancy.No music,no editing and no special effects.Just someone talking and telling the truth.” Kindness the Movie may still be in the early stages of production,but Eva has great ambitions for the final outcome of the film.“We hope it will eventually be in theatres everywhere to raise people’s awareness of kindness.It sounds hard but we are trying to start a revolution.” 61.What’s the purpose of the documentary project? A.To make better films. B.To raise people’s awareness of kindness. C.To provide random acts of kindness. D.To document different people’s experiences of kindness. 62.What kind of story is not favoured by Eva? A.It touches lives. B.It changes ideas. C.It removes prejudices. D.It strengthens relationships. 63.Why do people not want to see the news from the mainstream media in Eva’s view? A.It’s reliable. B.It’s bad. C.It’s untrue. D.It’outdated. 64.Which statement is true about the documentary project according to the passage? A.The acts of generosity that one hears about can be documented. B.A $1000 cash prize is offered for the best video entry received. C.The video needs to be high-tech. D.Individuals are encouraged to send in long video entries. 65.What can be inferred from the last paragraph? A.Kindness the Movie has been very successful. B.Eva is confident in the final outcome of the film. C.It is certain that the film will be shown in theaters everywhere. D.Kindness the Movie sounds hard but interesting. C A robot that can read emotions has been unveiled(公布于众的)in Japan by billionaire Masayoshi Son who says robots should be tender and make people smile. Son’s mobile phone company SoftBank says that the robot named Pepper will go on sale in Japan in February for 198,000 yen(US$l,900).Overseas sales plans are under consideration but undecided. The machine,which has no legs but has gently gesturing hands,appeared on a stage in a Tokyo suburb,cooing and humming.It dramatically touched hands with Son in an“E.T.”moment. Son said Pepper has been programmed to read the emotions of people around it by recognizing expressions and voice tones.“Our aim is to develop affectionate robots that can make people smile,”he said. The 121-centimeter-tall,28-kilogram white Pepper,which has no hair but two large doll-1ike eyes and a flat-panel display stuck on its chest.Besides featuring the latest voice recognition.Pepper is loaded with more than a dozen sensors(传感器),including two touch sensors in its hands,three touch sensors on its head,and six laser sensors and three sensors in its base. But a presentation yesterday in Tokyo highlighted the robot’s shortcomings as much as its charm.Pepper was more fluent with its own chatter(交谈),such as asking“Do you do Twitter?” or “Is this the first time you ever spoke to a robot?” But it would not really wait for an answer,going on to the next topic. Many other Japanese companies,including Hitachi and Toyota Motor Corp,have also developed various robots that entertain and serve as companions.The potential is great,as the number of elderly people requiring care is expected to soar(剧增)in rapidly aging Japan in coming years. Bruno Maisonnier,founder and chief executive,who appeared on the stage with Son, said,“I believe that the most important role of robots will be as kind and emotional companions to improve our daily lives,to bring happiness and constantly surprise us.” 66.Which is the most important feature of the robot? A.Gentle and caring. B.Tender and smiling: C.Effective and smart. D.Surprising and happy. 67.What do we know about the equipment of pepper?A.It has a flat-panel on the head. B.It has the best voice recognition. C.It has more than a dozen touch sensors. D.It can only read voice tones. 68.What is Paragraph 6 mainly about? A.The questions pepper can ask. B.The fluent talking of pepper. C.Advantage and disadvantage of pepper. D.The lightness of pepper. 69.What can we infer according to Paragraph 7? A.Most Japanese companies produce robots. B.There will be more aging people in the near future of Japan. C.Robots can help people to start a company. D.Robots have great potential ability. 70.What can we learn about the future development of robots? A.It will be tall and has no hair like an E.T. B.We can communicate with it mainly by touching. C.It will have no disadvantages. D.It will focus more on mentally caring human. D Most job applicants have a general list before a job interview—updating a résumé(简 历),ironing a professional suit,rehearsing(排练)an explanation for those two years spent after college.However,if tidying up the Facebook profile isn’t on that list,maybe it should be. According to a new study conducted by Harris Interactive for Career Builder.com,45 percent of employers questioned are using social networks to screen people looking for jobs this year-more than double from a year earlier,when a similar survey found that just 22 percent of employers were researching potential hires on social networking sites like Facebook,MySpace,Twitter and Linked In. The study,which questioned 2,667 managers and human resource workers,found that 35 percent of employers decided not to offer a job to a candidate based on the content uncovered on a social networking site. The report showed that Facebook was the most popular online destination for employers to do their online sleuthing(侦查),followed by LinkedIn and MySpace.In addition,7 percent followed job applicants on Twitter.More than half of the employers who participated in the survey said that provocative(挑衅)photos were the biggest factor contributing to a decision not to hire a potential employee,while 44 percent of employers aimed at references to drinking and drug use as red flags.Other warning signs included bad—mouthing of previous employers and colleagues and poor online communication skills. While most of these may seem like obvious blocks,what consists of alarming behavior to a particular employer? Would photographs of a trip to the beach be considered inappropriate(不适当的)?To be on the safe side,it's probably wise to use the new privacy settings offered by Facebook to keep everything but the most innocuous(无伤大雅的)content away from the public eye. 71.Your general list before a job interview should include all the following EXCEPT __________. A.a written form of your education and previous jobs B.preparing appropriate clothes C.tidying up your information on social networks D.rehearsing what the employer would say to you 72.What can we learn from the passage? A.Social networks are not important in job hunting. B.Online information about job hunters is not reliable. C.We should be careful while sending photos to social networks. D.Facebook is not so popular as it used to be. 73.The underlined phrase“red flag”in Para.4 probably means_____ A.a signal that somebody is not an ideal employee B.a signal that danger is coming C.a warning that something is deadly D.a symbol of revolution 74.Why should the job seekers use the new privacy setting offered by Facebook? A.To keep everything from being seen by others. B.To keep the employers from seeing the inappropriate content. C.To allow photographs of a trip to the beach seen on line freely. D.To allow the employers to see the inappropriate content. 75.The passage is mainly intended for______. A.employers B.employees C.people working for Facebook D.job applicants

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