英 语 试卷类型A
第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 30 分）
例：How much is the shirt?
A. ￡ 19. 15 B. ￡ 9. 18 C. ￡ 9. 15
1. What are the speakers tg about?
A. Havg a birthday party. B. Dog some exercise. C. Gettg Lydia a gift.
2. What is the wo gog to do?
A. Help the . B. Take a bus. C. Get a era.
3. What does the wo suggest the do?
A. Tell Kate to stop. B. Call Kate, s frds. C. Stay away from Kate.
4. Where does the conversation probably take place?
A. a e shop. B. a supermarket. C. a restaurt.
5. What does the wo ?
A. Keep the dow closed. B. Go out for fresh air. C. Turn on the .
6. What is the gog to do this suer?
A. Teach a course. B. Repair his house. C. Work at a hotel.
7. How will the use the money?
A. To hire a garer. B. To buy books. C. To pay for a boat trip.
8. What is the probable relationship bet the speakers?
A. Schooates. B. Colleagues. C. Rooates.
9. What does Frk p to do right after graduation?
A. Work as a progrmer. B. Travel around the world. C. Start his own busess.
第二节 （共15小题；每小题1. 5分，满分22. 5分）
10. Why does the wo make the call?
A. To book a hotel room.
B. To ask about the room service
C. To make ges ti a reservation
11. will the wo arrive at the hotel?
A. On Septber 15 B. On Septber 16 C. On Septber 23
12. How much will the wo pay her room per night?
A. $179 B. $199 C. $219
13. What is the wo's p for Saturday?
A. Gog shoppg B. Gog pg C. Gog boatg
14. Where will the wo stay Keswick?
A. a country n B. a five-star hotel C. her aunt's home
15. What will Gordon do over the d?
A. Visit his frds B. Watch DVDs C. Jo the wo
16. What does the wo tk of Gordon's cog d?
A. Relaxed B. Borg C. Busy.
17. Who is g g?
A. A stut B. ployer C. eer
18. What does the speaker say about the college job market this year?
A. It's unpredictable B. It's quite stable C. It's not optistic
19. What pertage of stut job seekers have found a job by now?
A. 20％ B. 22％ C. 50％
20. Why are eerg graduates more likely to accept a job?
A. They need more work experce
B. The salary is usually good
C. Their choice is ited.
You probably ow who Marie Curie was, but you may not have heard of Rachel Carson. Of the outstg ladies listed below, who do you tk was the most portt wo of the past 100 years?
e s (1860-1935)
yone who has ever helped by a social worker has e s to tk. s helped the poor d worked for peace. She couraged a sse of counity(社区) by creatg shelters d promotg education d services for people need 1931,s e the first er wo to the Nobel Peace Prize.
Rachel Carson (1907-1964)
If it wer't for Rachel Carson, the virontal movt might not exist today. Her popular 1962 book St Sprg raised awaress of the gers of pollution d the harmful effects of icals on hus d on the world's lakes d os.
Sdra Day O'Connor (1930-prest)
Sdra Day O'Connor ished third her class at Stford Law School, 1952, she could not d work at a law firm because she was a wo. She e Arizona state sator(参议员) d , 1981, the first wo to jo the U. S. Supre Court. O'Connor gave the g vote y portt cases durg her 24 years on the top court.
Rosa Parks (1913-2005)
On ber 1,1955, Montgomery, a, Rasa Parks would not give up her seat on a bus to a passger. Her sple act ded Parks prison. But it also set off the Montgomery bus . It lasted for more t a year, d kicked off the civil-rights movt. "The only tired I was, was tired of givg ," said Parks.
21. What is e s noted for history?
A. Her social work.
B. Her lack of proper trg law.
C. Her efforts to a prize.
D. Her counity background.
22. What is the reason for O'Connor's g rejected by the law firm?
A. Her lack of proper trg law.
B. Her little work experce court.
C. The discration st wo.
D. The poor cial conditions.
23. Who made a great contribution to the civil-rights movt the US?
A. e s. B. Rachel Carson.
C. Sdra Day O'Connor. D. Ross Parks.
24. What we fer about the wo tioned the text?
A. They are highly educated. B. They are truly creative.
C. They are pioneers. D. They are peace-lovers.
Grdparts swer a Call
As a third eration native of Brownsville, Texas, Mildred Garza never pleased move away. Ev her daughter d son asked her to move to S tonio to help their childr, she politely refused. Only after a year of frdly discussion did Ms. Gaf ally say yes. That was four years ago. Today all three erations regard the move to a success, givg t a closer relationship t they would have had separate cities.
No statistics show the number of grdparts like Garza who are movg closer to the childr d grdchildr. Yet there is evce suggestg that the trd is grog. Ev Prest Oa's mother-law, Mar Roson, has agreed to leave Chicago d to the White House to help care for her grddaughters. Accorg to a study grdparts com. 83 pert of the people said Mrs. Roson 's decision will fluce the grdparts the er ily. Two-thirds believe more ilies will follow the exple of Oa's ily.
" the 1960s we were all a little wild d cou't get away from home far ough fast ough to prove we could do it on our own," says Christe Crosby, publisher of Grate magaze for grdparts. We now realize how portt ily is d how portt to be near t, especially you're rg childr."
Movg is not for everyone. ost every grdpart ts to be with his or her grdchildr d is g to make sacrifices, but sometes it is wiser to say no d visit frequtly stead. Havg your grdchildr far away is hard, especially og your adult child is strug, but givg up the life you ow may be harder.
25. Why was Garza's move a success?
A. It strgted her ily ties.
B. It proved her livg conditions.
C. It abled her make more frds.
D. It helped her ow more new places.
26. What was the reaction of the public to Mrs. Roson's decision?
A. 17% expressed their support for it.
B. Few people responded sympathetically.
C. 83% believed it had a bad fluce.
D. The majority thought it was a trd.
27. What did Crosby say about people the 1960s?
A. They were unsure of raise more childr.
B. They were eager to raise more childr.
C. They ted to live away from their parts.
D. They bad little respect for their grdpart.
28. What does the author suggest the grdparts do the last paragraph?
A. Make decisions the best terests' of their own
B. Ask their childr to pay more visits to t
C. Sacrifice for their strug childr
D. Get to ow tselves better
I Peter Hodes, a volunteer st courier. Sce March 2012, I've done 89 trips of those , 51 have abroad, I have 42 hours to carry st cells（干细胞） my little box because I've got two ice packs d that's how long they last, all, from the te the st cells are harvested from a donor(捐献者) to the te they be pted the patt, we've got 72 hours at most, So I always conscious of te.
I had one trip last year where I was caught by a hurre erica. I picked up the st cells Provce, Rhode Isd, d was t to fly to Wasgton t back to London. But I arrived at the desk at Provce, the lady on the desk said: "Well, I'm really sorry, I've got some bad news for you-there are no fights from Wasgton." So I took my box d put it on the desk d I said: " this box are some st cells that are urtly needed for a patt-please, please, you've got to get me back to the United gdom." She just dropped everytg. She arrged for a flight on a small pe to be held for me. re-routed(改道) me through Newark d got me back to the UK ev earlier t orally scheduled.
For this courier job, you're consciously aware t that box you're got sometg that is pottially gog to save somebody's life.
29. Which of the follog replace the undered word "courier" Paragraph17
A. provider B. delivery
C. collector D. medical doctor
30. Why does Peter have to complete his trip wit 42hours?
A. He not stay away from his job too long.
B. The donor only wait for that long.
C. The operation needs that very much.
D. The ice won't last y longer.
31. Which flight did the wo put Peter on first?
A. To London B. To Newark
C. To Provce D. To Wasgton
The g of sce varies ong cultural groups. Sces may be thoughtful, or they may be pty a person has notg to say. A sce a conversation may also show stubbornness, or worry. Sce may be viewed by some cultural groups as extrely uncomfortable; therefore attpts may be made to fill every gap(间隙) with conversation. Persons other cultural groups value sce d view it as necessary for understg a person's needs.
y Native ers value sce d feel it is a basic part of counicatg ong people, just as some traditional ese d Thai persons do. Therefore, a person from one of these cultures is spg d suly stops, what maybe plied(暗示) is that the person ts the lister to consider what has said before contug. these cultures, sce is a call for reflection.
Other cultures may use sce other ways, particularly g with conflicts ong people or relationships of people with differt ounts of power. For exple, Russ, Frch, d Spish persons may use sce to show agrt bet parties about the topic under discussion. However, Mexs may use sce structions are giv by a person authority rather t be rude to that person by argug with or her. still other use, persons As cultures may view sce as a s of respect, particularly to elder or a person authority.
Nurses d other care-givers need to be aware of the possible gs of sce they come across the personal xiety their patts may be experg. Nurses should recoize their own personal d cultural construction of sce so that a patt's sce is not terrupted too early or allowed to go on unnecessarily. A nurse who understds the g(治愈) value of sce use this understg to assist the care of patts from their own d from other cultures.
32. What does the author say about sce conversations?
A. It plies ger.
B. It promotes frdship.
C. It is culture-specific.
D. It is contt-based.
33. Which of the follog people might regard sce as a call for careful thought?
A. The ese.
B. The Frch.
C. The Mexs.
D. The Russs.
34. What does the author advise nurses to do about sce?
A. Let it contue as the patt pleases.
B. Break it while treatg patts.
C. Evaluate its harm to patts.
D. Make use of its g effects.
35. What may be the best title for the text?
A. Sound d Sce
B. What It s to Be St
C. Sce to Native ers
D. Speech Is Silver; Sce Is Gold
第二节 （共 5 小题，每小题 2 分，满分 10 分）
Secret codes (密码) keep messages private。ks, compies, d governt cies use secret codes dog busess, especially formation is st by computer.
People have used secret codes for thousds of years. 36 Code brg never lags(落后) far d code g. The sce of creatg d rg coded messages is called cryptography.
There are three types of cryptography. 37 For exple, the first letters of "My elept eats too y eels" Spell out the message "Meet me."
38 You might represt each letter with a number, for exple, Let's number the letters of the alphabet, order, from 1 to 26. If we substitute a number for each letter, the message "Meet me" would read "13 5 20 13 5."
A code uses symbols to replace words, phrases, or stces. To read the message of a real code, you must have a code book. 39 For exple, "bridge" might std for "meet" d "out" might std for "me." The message "bridge out" would actually "Meet me." 40 However, it is also hard to keep a code book secret for long. So codes must be ged frequtly.
A. It is very hard to break a code without the code book.
B. y guage, some letters are used more t others.
C. Only people who ow the keyword read the message.
D. As long as there have codes, people have tried to break t.
E. You hide a message by havg the first letters of each word spell it out.
F. With a code book, you might write down words that would std for other words.
G. other way to hide a message is to use symbols to std for specific letters of the alphabet.
第三部分 英语知识运用 （共两节，满分45分）
阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
A Heroic Driver
Larry works with Trsport Drivers. c. One morng 2009. Larry was 41 along 165 north after deliverg to one of his 42 . suly, he saw a car with its bright lights on. 43 he got closer, he found 44 vehicle upside down on the road. One more look d he noticed 45 shootg out from under the 46 vehicle. Larry pulled over, set the brake d 47 the fire extguisher (灭火器). Two good bursts from the extguisher d the fire was put out.
The who had his bright lights on 48 d told Larry he had 49 ercy call. They 50 heard a wo's voice cog from the wrecked (毁坏的) vehicle. 51 the vehicle, they saw that a wo was tryg to get out of the bro dow. They told her to stay 52 until the ercy personnel arrived, 53 she thought the car was gog to 54 . Larry told her that he had already put out the fire d she should not move 55 she jured her neck.
Once fire d ercy people arrive, Larry d the other 56 d let t go to work. T, Larry asked the 57 if he was needed or 58 to go. They let d the other go.
One tg is 59 -Larry t above d beyond the call of duty by gettg so close to the burng vehicle! His 60 most likely saved the wo's life.
41. A. g B. tourg C. travg D. rusg
42. A. passgers B. colleagues C. ployers D. customers
43. A. Sce B. Although C. As D. If
44. A. each B. other C. that D. his
45. A. es B. smoke C. water D. st
46. A. used B. disabled C. roved D. doned
47. A. got hold of B. prepared C. took charge of D. controlled
48. A. e down B. e through C. e D. e over
49. A. returned B. received C. made D. confirmed
50. A. t B. C. ally D. ev
51. A. Startg B. Parg C. Passg D. Approg
52. A. quiet B. still C. away D.
53. A. for B. so C. d D. but
54. A. explode B. slip away C. fall apart D. crash
55. A. as if B. unless C. case D. after
56. A. stepped forward B. backed off C. moved on D. set out
57. A. wo B. police C. D. driver
58. A. for B. ready C. asked D. free
59. A. for cert B. for consideration C. reported D. checked
60. A. patce B. skills C. efforts D. promise
第 II 卷
gdu has dozs of new millionaires, Asia's biggest bug, d cy new hotels. But for tourists like me, pdas are its top 61 (attract).
So it was a great honour to be vited backstage at the not-for-profit Pda Base, where ticket money helps pay for research, I 62 (arrow) to get up close to these cute als at the 600-acre tre. From tomorrow, I will be their UK bassador. The title will be 63 (official) giv to me at a cerony London. But my connection with pdas goes back 64 my days on a TV show the mid-1980s, 65 I was the first Western TV reporter 66 (permit) to a special unit carg for pdas rescued from starvation the wild. My bassadorial duties will clude 67 (troduce) British visitors to the 120-plus pdas at gdu d others at a research the misty mounts of gxia.
On mu rt visit, I help a lively thronth-old t that had rejected by 68 (it) mother. The nursery t switches every few 68 ( day) with his sister so that while one is g bottle-fed, 70 other is with mum-she never suspects.
第四部分 写作 （共两节 满分35分）
My uncle is the owner of a restaurt close to that I love. Though not very big, but the restaurt is popular our area. It is always crowded with customers at meal tes. Some people ev had to wait outside. My uncle tells me that the key to his success is honest. Every day he makes sure that fresh vegetables or high quality oil are usg for coog. My uncle says that he never drs becog rich the short period of te. stead, he hopes that our busess will grow steady.
假定你是李华，暑假想去一家外贸公司兼职，已写好申请书和个人简历（resume）。给外教Mr s 写信，请她帮你修改所附材料的文字和格式（format）
1-5 CBACA 6-10 CBAAC 11-15 BBCAB 16-20 BACAB
A 篇阅读 21 -24ACDC
B 篇阅读 25-28 ADCA
C篇阅读 29-31 BDB
D 篇阅读 32-35 CADB
36 -40 DEGFA
第三部分 英语知识运用（共两节， 满分45分）
第一节 完形填空（共20 小题：每小题1.5分，满分30分）
41- 45 CDCBA 46-50 BADCA 51-55 DB DA C 56-60 BBDAC
61. attraction 62. was allowed 63. officially 64. to 65.
66. permitted 67. trodug 68. its 69. days 70. the
71. that →where 72. but去掉 73. had →have 74. honest→ honesty 75. or→ d
76. usg →used 77. becog前加of 78. the →a 79. our→ his 80. stead→steadily
第二节 书面表达 （满25分）略