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．Why does the man move to New York?
A．To work there. B．To look after parents. C．To make a trip.
2．What are the two speakers talking about?
A．Buying a TV. B．TV channel. C．Sports meet.
3．Why will the woman leave before eleven?
A．To go home. B．To buy something. C．To make a work plan.
4．What was the man doing at the moment?
A．He was listening to the radio. B．He was writing something.
C．He was reading a book.
5．What is the weather like today?
A．It’s rainy. B．It’s cloudy. C．It’s sunny.
6．What does Mr. Evans want to talk about?
A．Having a meeting. B．Giving him some information.
C．Buying some new computers.
7．When will Mr. Evans and the man meet?
A．At 1:00 p.m. tomorrow. B．At 3:00 p.m. tomorrow.
C．At 3:00 p.m. the day after tomorrow.
8．Which festival is mentioned in the conversation?
A．Easter Day. B．New Year’s Day. C．Valentine’s Day.
9． Which city doesn’t the woman like?
A．New York. B．Las Vegas. C．New Orleans.
10．What does the man do on weekends?
A．Make short trips with friends. B．Make long trips in another city.
C．Go climbing with his parents.
11．What does the woman like best?
A．Swimming and cycling. B．Swimming and sailing.
C．Sailing and cycling.
12．What does the man like to do in his spare time?
A．Reading. B．Dancing. C．Planting.
13．When did the two speakers meet last time?
A．One and a half year ago. B．One year ago. C．Half a year ago.
14．What gift does the woman give the boy?
A．A motor car. B．A racing car. C．A police car.
15．How does the woman get here?
A．By plane. B．By train. C．By bus.
16．How long will it take to get home by car?
A．About half an hour. B．An hour. C．One and a half hour.
17．Where did Nat King Cole play the piano at first?
A．In a bar. B．In the cinema. C．At the concert.
18．Why did the lady ask the player to sing a song?
A．She had paid him for this. B．She knew him very well.
C．She wanted to have a change.
19．What was Nat King Cole best known as later?
A．A pianist. B．A painter. C．A singer.
20．Why did Nat King Cole succeed?
A．The lady helped him a lot. B．He caught the chance.
C．He continued to play where he first played.
第二部分 阅读理解 (共两节，满分40分)
Friends play a very important part in everyone’s life. Friendship usually develops during childhood. New friends are made when you progress through school. Those friends that you make as a student can usually last long. Friends influence your development, maturity( 成熟) and sense of responsibility (责任). A familiar opinion is “You can tell a lot about a person by knowing who his friends are.” Friendship is based on common interests. If you like sports, most of your friends are likely to be active. If you enjoy reading and shopping, most of your friends do the same.
Some people call you their friends for the wrong reasons. These people are not really friends. They are superficial (表面的) only “ friends” on the outside, not the inside where it counts. Superficial friends only want to be your friends if it is to their advantage. True friends are there whether you are rich or poor. It is easy to have many so-called “friends” if you are rich. By this time you should be able to recognize your friends as the real or the “phoney”.
True friends are most special. Sometimes they might not easy to find, so you can consider yourself very lucky if you have one true friend. This friend is eager to help you whenever necessary. He or she knows you would do the same for them. A true friend is someone you can talk to about any subject or problem. You and your true friend have good understanding of each other. True friends support you, take your side, and build up your confidence.
21. What’s the main idea of the first paragraph?
A. How to make true friends.
B. What is friendship based on.
C. We should make friends in our childhood.
D. Friends play a very important role in our life.
22. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A . It is easy to have many true friends if you are rich.
B. If you have no music in you, none of your friends will be a music lover.
C. The friendship developing during your school days will be with you for a long time.
D. What you value above anything is the friendship developing during childhood.
23. What does the underlined phrase “alled ‘friends’”in paragraph 2 probably mean?
A. Friends in need.
B. Fair- weather friends.
C. Those who can help you.
D. Those who often gives you money.
24. What’s the author’s attitude towards “true friends” according to paragraph 3?
A. True friends are too difficult to find.
B. You can only share sadness with a true friend.
C. You can only share happiness with a true friend.
D. True friends will stand by you whatever happens.
I speak Spanish, because I was born in Spain. But then at primary school I had to learn Russian, and at high school, I was taught how to speak German. But I always wanted to speak English.
At last I came to America. Everywhere there was English! But even if I heard and felt its presence, it was hard for me to understand it and express myself in it. The few lessons of English that I had taken in Spain gave me only a chance to introduce myself, and I didn’t even know how to buy things and ask directions.
To talk to somebody, I went to a high school to take a course in English for foreigners. Disappointingly, it took almost an hour to get through the process of introducing ourselves. Everyone had to learn something that I had already known from my books – the English alphabet (字母表) and numbers. I thought it was a waste of time, so I quit.
After a month, I tried again, but this time at college. After 15 minutes of introducing ourselves, a teacher gave us a lecture about the history of English. Then we were told that it was very important to know English in an English-speaking country. It took three hours for the teacher to tell us this. Again, I quit.
But I didn’t stop looking for something or someone that would help me to achieve my goal, and I found a tutor from Literacy Volunteers of America. But I still wasn’t happy with the classes. And when it was my turn to give a speech, I was happy to use all the long, complicated words that I had learned from one of my English books. When I had finished, my tutor said “Well, I think I have to learn English before coming to teach you!” This time, the tutor quit!
25. How many languages has the writer learned?
A. Two. B. Three. C. Four. D. Five.
26. Why did the author leave the high school?
A. Because no one wanted to talk to him.???
B. Because the lessons were too easy.?
C. Because everyone had to learn the English alphabet and numbers.
D. Because the courses were prepared for the natives.
27. Which of the following words can be used to describe the writer?
A. Cheerful. ?? B. Crazy. C. Friendly.?? D. Serious.
28. What is the main idea of the passage?
A. The writer learnt many foreign languages.
B. The writer tested the teachers’ English abilities.
C. The writer struggled for a proper way to learn English.
D. The writer researched different ways of learning English.
our American Express Card to enjoy a one-day visit to any one of America’s greatest museums below, and you will not want to miss their exciting special exhibitions (展览).?
February?11 -- May?8, 2017?
Italian? furniture ?expert? Fausto ?Calderai?and?Indian?photographer?Dayanita?Singh? present?an?
They are presented?in?a?Venetian-style?hall?housing?world-famous?masterpieces. For?more?information: www.gardnermuseum.org?
May?1 -- December?1, 2017?
Noguchi’s?long-term?co-work?with?dancer?Martha?Graham?is?regarded?by?many?as?a?high?point?in?the?history?of?both?modern?dance?and?art.The?exhibition?highlights?nine?of?the?sets?created?throughthis?co-work. For?more?information: www.noguchi.org?
Founded?in?1805, the?Pennsylvania?Academy?has?been?home?to?America’s?artists?for?more than 200?years. The?Academy? collects?and?exhibits? a great number of? works?of?famous?American?
ts, and it is also well-known?for?training?fine?artists. 2017?at?the?Academy?begins?with?the
largest American?collection?in?history. For?more?information: www.pafA.org
March 7-?May?7, 2017
This?exhibition?includes?over?200?pieces?of?beautiful?glass?from?Murano, the?island?of? glass
-blowers?near?Venice, Italy. Watch?live?glass-blowing?shows?in?the?Hot?Shop?and?see?other
modern?glass?exhibitions. For?more?information: www.museumofglass.org?
A. a?glassblower B.?a?photographer? C. a?painter? D. a?dancer?
31. What do Pennsylvania?Academy?of?the?Fine?Arts and Seattle?Museum?of?Glass?have in common?
A. Both have a history of over 200 years.
B. Both include arts from foreign countries.
C. Both open in April.
D. Both train fine artists.
Perhaps you have heard a lot about the Internet, but what is it, do you know? The Internet is a network. It uses the telephone to join millions of computers together around the world.
Maybe that doesn’t sound very interesting. But when you’re connected to the Internet, there are a lot of things you can do. You can send e-mails to your friends, and they can get them in a few seconds. You can communicate with your friends through social software such as QQ, WeChat, Facebook and so on. You can also do with all kinds of information on the World Wide Web (WWW).
There are many different types of computers now. They all can be linked to the Internet. Most of them are small machines sitting on people’s desks at home, but there are still many others in schools, offices or large companies. These computers are owned by people and companies, but no one really owns the Internet itself.
There are lots of places for you to surf the Internet. For example, your school may have the Internet. You can explore the Internet to search for useful information or knowledge in your classroom. However, in order to prevent yourself from playing with computer games, you should use it in limited time. Libraries often have computers joined to the Internet. You are welcome to use it at any time.
Thanks to the Internet, the world is becoming smaller and smaller. It is possible for you to work at home with a computer in front, receiving and sending the information you need. You can buy or sell whatever you want through the Internet. But do you know 98% of the information on the Internet is in English? So what will English be like tomorrow?
32. What is the passage mainly about?
A. The Internet. B. Information. C. Computers. D. English.
33. According to the passage, you can do all the following things through the Internet except
A. Sending and receiving e-mails B. Chatting with your friends
C. Buying and producing things D. Dealing with information
34. Who is the owner of the Internet?
A. The headmaster. B. The government officer. C. The user. D. No one.
35. What does the writer try to tell us in the last two sentences?
A. The Internet is more and more popular.
B. English is important in using the Internet.
C. Most of the information on the Internet is in English.
D. Every computer must be joined to the Internet in English.
How to Become a Top Student
Successful students use different skills to study, which brings them more success. 36.
Here are the four skills almost all top-performing students use.
They have clear goals.
op-performing students have clear, specific goals.?37. ?They motivate you and drive you to study more. But make sure that you do not get carried away. Set realistic goals which can challenge you, but do not seem impossible or too difficult to achieve.
They are regular.
Almost all successful students study regularly, because they know “what you give is what you get”. If you put in regular hours of studying, then you will learn more and get better grades.?38. ??This will help you to study regularly.
They study without pressure（压力）.
Successful students study a lot. But they study without pushing themselves too much. Most students make the mistake of studying too hard or studying continuously for a long time.?39. ??Studying should be done in a balanced manner. Take a break for a few minutes, after studying for 30 or 45 minutes. Relax, walk around your house, or drink some water and return to studying. Such short breaks will refresh your brain and you will learn more effectively.
Studying is not something you do just because your parents ask you to do it. It’s really very important for you. Studying gives you knowledge and ability that will remain with you for the rest of your life. It gives you the chance to get a job and earn money. And successful students recognize the value of studying well.?
A. They give importance to study.
B. They finish their homework on time.
C. Learn their skills, and you will also join their rank.
D. Having such goals gives you the power to study better.
E. Set aside some hours, each day or each week, for studying.?
F. This creates pressure and slows down learning and memory.
G. But to score A grade , you should make well-planned efforts.
?第三部分 语言知识运用 (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)
Waiting for the airplane to take off, I was happy to get a seat by myself. Just then, an air hostess
41 me and asked, \ 42 seat was next to a girl with both arms in casts (石膏绷带) and a sad look on her face. “ 43 , am I going to sit there?” was my immediate thought. But then a deeper, quieter 44 spoke, “Opportunity, maybe she needs help.” Finally, I took my new seat and 45 that the girl was named Judy. She had been seriously 46 in a car accident and now was on her way for 47 .
When the snack of nuts and juice arrived, it did not take me long to 48 that Judy would not be able to 49 herself. I consideredoffering to feed her but hesitated (犹豫), as it seemed too close a service to offer to a 50 . But then I decided that Judy's need was more 51 than my discomfort. I offered to help her eat, and 52 she, too, was uncomfortable about accepting it, she 53 as I expected. The experience was 54 and she and I grew closer in a short period of time. By the end of the five-hour trip, my heart was fully 55 , and the time was really better 56 than if I had just sat by myself.
I was very glad I had reached 57 my comfort zone（地带）to sit next to Judy and feed her. Love 58 flows beyond human borders（边界）and removes the fears that keep us 59 . When we give 60 to another, we feed our own soul and grew to live in a larger and more rewarding world.
41．A. got down to B. looked forward to C. came up to D. paid attention to
42．A. comfortable B. empty C. suitable D. cheap
43．A. No way B. No problem C. No wonder D. No doubt
44．A. man B. lady C. noise D. voice
45．A. decided B. discovered C. regretted D. promised
46．A. beaten B. broken C. burnt D. hurt
47．A. treatment B. travel C. holiday D. business
48．A. hear B. say C. realize D. remember
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