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 will Lucy do at 11:30 tomorrow?
A. Go out for lunch. B. See her tise. C. Visit a frd.
2. What is the weather like now?
A. It's sunny. B. It's ry. C. It's cloudy.
3. Why does the talk to Dr. Spson?
A. To make apology. B. To ask for help. C. To discuss his studio
4. How will the wo get back from the railway station?
A. By tr. B. By car C. By bus.
5. What does ny decide to do first?
A. Look for a job. B. Go on a trip. C. Get assistt.
6. What te is it now?
A. 1:45. B. 2:10. C. 2:15.
7. What will the do?
A. Work on a project.
B. See da the library.
C. Meet with Professor Smith.
8. What are the speakers tg about?
A Havg guests this d.
B. Gog out for sightsg.
C. Movg to a new house.
9. What is the relationship bet the speakers?
A. Neighbors. B. Husd d wife. C. Host d visitor.
10. What will the do tomorrow?
A. Work his gar. B. Have a barbecue. C. Do some shoppg.
11. Where was the born?
A. Philadelphia. B. Sprgfield. C. sas.
12. What did the like dog he was a child?
A. Drag. B. Travg. C. Rg.
13. What spires the most his work?
A. Education. B. ily love. C. Nature.
14. Why is Dorothy gog to Europe?
A. To attd a trg progr.
B. To carry out some research.
C. To take a vacation.
15. How long will Dorothy stay Europe'/
A. A few days. B. Two weeks. C. Three months.
16. What does Dorothy tk of her apartt?
A. It's expsive. B. It's satisfactory. C. It's convt.
17 What docs Bill offer to do for Dorothy?
A. Recod her apartt to .
B. a new apartt for her.
C. Take care of her apartt.
18. What are the tourists advised to do tourg London?
A. Take their tour schedule
B. Watch out for the tr
C. Wear comfortable shoe.
19. What will the tourists do fift utes?
A. Meet the speaker.
B. Go to their rooms.
C. ge some money.
20. Where probably is the speaker?
A. a park. B. a hotel. C. a shoppg tre.
7.30pm－ Free at the Cyclops Theatre
Do you ow who's playg your area? We're brg you evg of live rock d pop music from the best local ds. Are you terested becog a mus d gettg a recorg contract(合同)? If so, come early to the talk at 7.30pm by Jules Skye, a successful record producer. He's gog to talk about how you d the right person to produce your music.
8.30pm-10.30pm Comedy at Kaleidoscope
Come d see Gee Whizz perform. He's the funniest std-up co on the comedy se. This joyful show will please everyone, from the youngest to the oldest. Gee Whizz really ows how to make you laugh! Our bar is op from 7.00pm for drks d snacks(快餐).
5.00pm-7.30pm esdays at Victoria Stage
This is a good ce for yone who ts to learn how to do comedy. The workshop looks at every d of comedy, d practices y differt ways of g people laugh. Son is a co d actor who has 10 years' experce of tg comedy. His workshops are excitg d fun. evg with Son will give you the conce to be funny.
8.00pm-11.00pm Pizza World
e food with beautiful jazz music; this is a great evg out. Charlotte Stone will perform songs from her new best-sg CD, with es Pickerg on the po. The u is It, with ext meat d fresh fish, pizzas d pasta(面食). Book early to get a table. Our bar is op all day, d serves cocktails, coffee, beer, d white e.
21. Who help you if you t to have your music produced?
A. Jules Skye. B. Gee Whizz.
C. Charlotte Stone. D. es Pickerg.
22. At which place people of differt ages joy a good laugh?
A. The Cyclops Theatre B. Kaleidoscope
C. Victoria Stage D. Pizza World
23. What do we ow about Son's Workshop?
A. It requires bership status. B. It lasts three hours each te.
C. It is run by a comedy club. D. It is held every esday.
24. will Charlotte Stone perform her songs?
A. 5.00pm-7.30pm. B. 7.30pm－.
C. 8.00pm-11.00pm. D. 8.30pm-10.30pm.
Five years ago, I taught art at a school Seattle, I used Tkertoys as a test at the ng of a term to d out sometg about my stuts. I put a small set of Tkertoys front of each stut, d said:"Make sometg out of the Tkertoys. You have 45 utes today - d utes each day for the rest of the week."
A few stuts hesitated to start. They waited to see the rest of the class would do. Several others checked the structions d made sometg accorg to one of the model ps provided. other group built sometg out of their own ations.
Once I had a boy who worked expertally with Tkertoys his free te. His constructions filled a shelf the art classroom d a good part of his bedroom at home. I was delighted at the presce of such a stut. Here was exceptionally creative d at work. His presce t that I had unexpected tg assistt class whose creativity would fect(感染) other stuts.
courg this d of tg has a downside. I r the risk of losg those stuts who had a differt style of tg. Without fail one would declare, " But I'm just not creative."
"Do you dr at night you're asleep?"
"So tell me one of your most terestg drs." The stut would tell sometg wildly ative. Flyg the sky or a te e or grog three heads. "That's pretty creative. Who does that for you?"
"Nobody. I do it."
"Really-at night, you're asleep?"
"Try dog it the dayte, class, okay?"
25. The teacher used Tkertoys class order to ________?
A. ow more about the stuts B. make the lessons more excitg
C. raise the stuts' terest art D. teach the stuts about toy des
26. What do we ow about the boy tioned Paragraph 3?
A. He liked to help his teacher. B. He preferred to study alone.
C. He was active class. D. He was ative.
27. What does the undered word "downside" Paragraph 4 probably ?
A. Mistake. B. Drawback.
C. Difficulty. D. Bur.
28. Why did the teacher ask the stuts to talk about their drs?
A. To help t to see their creativity. B. To d out about their sleepg habits.
C. To help t to prove their ory. D. To d out about their ways of tg.
Rg be a social activity. Tk of the people who belong to book groups. They choose books to read d t meet to discuss t. Now, the website BookCrossg.com turns the page on the traditional idea of a book group.
bers go on the site d register the books they own d would like to share. BookCrossg provides tification number to stick side the book. T the person leaves it a public place, hopg that the book will have advture, travg far d wide with each new reader who ds it.
Bruce Pederson, the g director of BookCrossg, says, "The two tgs that ge your life are the people you meet d books you read. BookCrossg coes both."
bers leave books on park ches d buses, tr stations d coffee shops. Whoever ds their book will go to the site d record where they found it.
People who d a book also leave a journal try descrg what they thought of it. ails are t st to the BookCrossg to keep t updated about where their books have found. Bruce peterson says the idea is for people not to be selfish by keepg a book to gather dust on a shelf at home.
BookCrossg is part of a trd ong people who t to get back to the "real" d not the virtual(虚拟). The site now has more t one million bers more t one hundred thirty-five countries.
29. Why does the author tion book groups the first paragraph?
A. To exp what they are.
B. To troduce BookCrossg.
C. To stress the portce of rg.
D. To courage readers to share their ideas.
30. What does the undered word "it" Paragraph 2refer to?
A. The book. B. advture.
C.A public place. D. The tification number.
31. What will a BookCrosser do with a book after rg it?
A. Meet other readers to discuss it. B. Keep it safe his bookcase.
C. Pass it on to other reader. D. Mail it back to its owner.
32. What is the best title for the text?
A. One Rg: A Virtual Tour B. Electronic Books: A new Trd
C. A Book Group Brgs Tradition Back D. A Website ks People through Books
A new collection of photos brgs unsuccessful tarctic voyage back to life.
Frk Hurley's pictures would be outstg----undoubtedly first-rate photo-journalism---if they had made last week. fact, they were shot from 1914 through 1916, most of t after a disastrous shipwreck(海滩), by a er who had no reasonable expectation of survival. y of the ages were stored ice chest, under freezg water, the aged woo ship.
The ship was the durce, a small, tight, Nor-built thraster that was tded to take Sir Ernest Shackleton d a small crew of s d stists, 27 all, to the southernmost shore of tarctica's Weddell Sea. From that pot Shackleton ted to force a passage by dog sled(雪橇) across the contt. The journey was tded to achieve more t what Capt Robert Falcon Scott had done. Capt Scott had reached the South Pole early 1912 but had died with his four compions on the march back.
As writer Caroe Alexder makes clear her forceful d well-researched story The durce, advturg was ev t a thoroughly coercial effort. Scott's last journey, completed as he lay a tt dyg of cold d hunger, caught the world's ation, d a made his honor drew crowds. Shackleton, a onete British mertavy officer who had got to wit 100 miles of the South Pole 1908, started a busess before his 1914 voyage to make money from movie d still photography. Frk Hurley, a cont d gifted Austr photographer who ew the tarctic, was hired to make the ages, most of which have never before published.
33. What do we ow about the photos t by Hurley?
A. They were made last week
B. They showed undersea series
C. They were found by a er
D. They recorded a disastrous advture
34. Who reached the South Pole first accorg to the text?
A. Frk Hurley B. Ernest Shackleton
C. Robert Falcon Scott D. Caroe Alexder
35. What does Alexder tk was the purpose of the 1914 voyage?
A. Artistic creation B. Stific research
C. Money g D. Treasure huntg
A gar that's just right for you
Have you ever visited a gar that sed just right for you, where the atmosphere of the gar appeared to total more t the sum(总和) of its parts? 36 . But it doesn't happ by t. It starts with loog side yourself d understg who you are with respect to the natural world d how you approach the garg process.
Some people may tk that a gar is no more t pts, flowers, patterns d masses of color. Others are concerned about usg garg methods that require less water d fewer fertilizers(肥料). 38 . However, there are a number of other reasons that might exp why you t to gar. One of t comes from our earliest years.
●Recall(回忆) your childhood ories
Our model of what a gar should be oft goes back to childhood. Gra's rose gar d Dad's vegetable gar might be good or bad, but that's not what's portt. 39 --how g those gars made us feel. If you'd like to build a powerful bond with your gar, start by tg some te to recall the gars of your youth. 40 t go outside d work out a p to trslate your childhood ories to your grown-up gar. Have fun.
A. ow why you gar
B. d a good place for your own gar
C. It's our experce of the gar that matters
D. It's delightful to see so y beautiful flowers
E. Still others may sply joy g outdoors d close to pts
F. You produce that d of magical quality your own gar, too
G. For each of those gars, writer down the strongest ory you have
Hundreds of people have formed pressions of you through that little device(装置) on your desk. d they've never actually 41 you. Everytg they ow about you 42 through this device, sometes from hundreds of miles away. 43 they feel they ow you 44 from the sound of your voice. That's how powerful the 45 is.
Powerful, yes, but not always 46 . For years I dealt with my travel t only by phone. Ri, my faceless t whom I'd never met 47 , got me rock-bottom prices on airfares, cars, d hotels. But her cold voice really 48 me. I sometes wished to 49 other t.
One morng, I had to 50 mediate flight home for a ily ercy. I r to Ri's office 51 . The wo sittg at the desk, 52 my ess, sympathetically jumped up. She gave me a 53 smile, nodded while listg pattly, d t prted out the 54 mediately. "What a wonderful lady!" I thought.
Rusg out 55 I called out over my shoulder, "By the way, what's your ne?" "I'm Ri," she said. I turned around d saw a 56 wo with a big smile on her face wavg to wish me a safe trip. I was 57 ! Why had I thought she was cold? Ri was, well, so 58 .
Sittg back the car on the way to the airport, I figured it all out. Ri's 59 ---her warm smile, her nods, her 'I'm here for you' 60 ---were all st sals that 't travel through wires.
41. A. accepted B. noticed C. heard D. met
42. A. e B. moved C. r D. developed
43. A. Thus B. Yet C. T D. deed
44. A. rather B. also C. just D. already
45. A. Telephone B. voice C. connection D. pression
46. A. direct B. useful C. easy D. accurate
47. A. person B. by myself C. public D. on purpose
48. A. noyed B. terested C. discouraged D. confused
49. A. promote B. tr C. d D. ow
50. A. arrge B. postpone C. confirm D. book
51. A. for the first te B. at y te C. from te to te D. good te
52. A. expectg B. sg C. testg D. avog
53. A. shy B. comfortg C. iliar D. forced
54. A. bill B. form C. ticket D. list
55. A. hopefully B. disappotedly C. gratefully D. regretfully
56. A. careful B. serious C. nervous D. pleast
57. A. used B. worried C. helpless D. speechless
58. A. B. nice C. proud D. clever
59. A. forgivess B. eagerness C. fress D. skillfuess
60. A. expation B. attitude C. concept D. Behavior
If you feel stressed by responsibilities at work, you should take a step back d tify (识别) those of 61 (great)d less portce. T, dle the most portt tasks first so you'll feel a real sse of 62 (achieve). Leavg the less portt tgs until tomorrow 63 (be) oft acceptable.
Most of us are more focused 64 our tasks the morng t we are later the day. So, get early start d try to be as productive 65 possible before lunch. This will give you the conce you need to get you through the afternoon d go home g accomplished.
Rt 66 (study) show that we are far more productive at work if we take short breaks 67 (regular). Give your body d br a rest by steppg outside for 68 while, exercisg, or dong sometg you joy.
If you d sometg you love dog outside of the office, you'll be less likely 69 (brg) your work home. It could be ytg-garg, coog, music, sports-but whatever it is, 70 (make) sure it's a relief from daily stress rather t other tg to worry about.
The suer holiday is cog. My classmates d I are tg about how to do durg the holiday. We chose bet stayg at home d take a trip. If we stay at home, it is comfortable but there is no need to spd money. But that case, we will learn little about world. If we go on a trip abroad, we bro you view d owledges we not get from books. Some classmates suggest we go to places of terest nearby. I thought that it is a good idea. It does not cost y, yet we still learn a lot.
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21. A 22. B 23. D 24. C 25. A
26. D 27. B 28. A 29. B 30. A
31. C 32. D 33. D 34. C 35. C
36. F 37. A 38. E 39. C 40. G
41. D 42. A 43. B 44. C 45. A
46. D 47. A 48. A 49. C 50. D
51. A 52. B 55. B 54. C 55. C
56. D 57. D 58. B 59. C 60. B
61. greater 62. achievt 63. is 64. on 65. as
66. studies 67. regularly 68. a 69. to brg 70. make
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chose bet stayg at home d take a trip. If we stay at home, it is comfortable but there is no need to spd
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money. But that case, we will learn little about∧ world. If we go on a trip abroad, we bro your view
d owledges we not get from books. Some classmates suggest we go to places of terest nearby. I
thought that it is a good idea. It does not cost y, yet we still learn a lot.
三、One Possible Version
Our school photography club is gog to hold ternational High School Stut Photography Sho.
Hope to hear from you soon.