例：How much is the shirt？
A. £19.15. B. £9.15. C. £9.18.
1. Who is the man looking for？
A. A nurse. B. A patient. C. A doctor.
2. What is the woman going to buy？
A. A blouse. B. Pants. C. A coat.
3. What are the speakers talking about？
A. A building. B. A fire. C. A person.
4. Where will the woman go first？
A. To a bank. B. To her house. C. To a telephone booth.
5. What does the man suggest the woman do？
A. Drive home. B. Go home by bus. C. Ask a passer-by for help.
6. How long does the woman work a day？
A. About 7 hours. B. About 9 hours. C. About 10 hours.
7. How does the woman do in the evening to relax？
A. Have a drink and watch TV.
B. Do some walking and reading.
C. Jog and have a nap.
8. What is the probable relationship between the speakers？
A. Teacher and student. B. Customer and waitress. C. Husband and wife.
9. What happened to the man at Tony’s？
A. He was hurt by a barber. B. He ruined his jacket. C. He was served by Tony.
10. Where did the man go last year？
A. To Italy. B. To France. C. To Scotland.
11. What does the woman like to do in summer？
A. Do outdoor sports. B. Learn dancing. C. Visit art galleries.
12. What does the woman dislike about Scotland？
A. The hotels. B. The castles. C. The weather.
13. How did the woman get the news？
A. She watched TV. B. She listened to the radio. C. Her friend told her.
14. What did the man do when he heard the boy crying？#p#分页标题#e#
A. He yelled for help.
B. He climbed up the cliff.
C. He called the Coast Rescue Service.
15. What did the man think of his climb to save the boy？
A. Helpful. B. Timely. C. Unwise.
16. What happened in the end？
A. The man saved the kid alone.
B. The kid slipped off the cliff.
C. The man and the kid were rescued.
17. When is the Student Welfare Office open tomorrow？
A. From about 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
B. From about 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
C. From about 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
18. What can students use university identity cards to do？
A. Shop in some local shops at a discount.
B. Go to the movies for free.
C. Get a free ride.
19. Where will the book sale be held next week？
A. In the Student Welfare Office.
B. In the canteen.
C. In the library.
20. What does the speaker suggest students do？
A. Sign up for the cookery course at once.
B. Read the books on the reading list.
C. Eat at the university canteen.
第二部分 英语知识运用 （共两节，满分45分）
例：It is generally considered unwise to give a child _______ he or she wants.
A. however B. whatever C. whichever D. whenever
21. — Do you really think what he said was practical？
— I don’t entirely agree， but _______.
A. I don’t care B. go ahead C. just let it go D. I doubt it
22. If you want to resign， will you please allow us two weeks， _______？
A. notice B. information C. news D. message
23. He stood up and _______ a smile to cover up his disappointment.
A. hid B. managed C. refused D. brought
24. It would be many years before Australia learn to respect Aborigines and recognize _______ importance of _______ diverse society.
A.不填；a B. an; a C. the; a D. the; the
25. I was wondering what to do with my car which won’’ start _______ a kind man offered to help.
A. while B. and C. so D. when
26. — What do you think of modem music？
— It is often considered not as good as _______ of the past.
A. it B. this C. that D. one
27. After a day’s exhausting climb we arrived at _______ we had been told was Garden in the Air.
A. what B. which C. that D. where
28. When Harry was at college， he _______ go to the reading room after supper every day.
A. should B. might C. would D. could
29. This is a promising company as its employees _______ to think outside the box and develop#p#分页标题#e#
A. encourage B. have encouraged C. were encouraged D. are encouraged
30. In the TV ad， the actress is asked to jump with her mouth _______ open， showing her _______ teeth.
A. wide; sounding B. wide; sound C. widely; sounding D. widely; sound
31. A smile _______ the mother’s face when the son walked onto the platform to receive the prize.
A. lit up B. brought up C. put up D. took up
32. _______ my teacher didn’t tell me directly， I still felt that I didn’t live up to her expectation.
A. When B. Since C. As D. While
33. With a great weight _______ off her mind， she passed all the tests successfully.
A. taking B. to take C. taken D. being taken
34. If a healthy environment is gone， _______ everything that our life depends on.
A. so is B. nor is C. so does D. nor does
35. In South Africa， English is the language _______ black parents wish their children to be educated
A. for which B. that C. in which D. when
If you want to stand out， there is no alternative but hard work.
Once a boy in 36 clothes full of patches ran to ask a successful building contractor （承包商） in a construction site， “How could I become as 37 as you when I grow up？”
With a 38 at the boy， the contractor replied， “There is a story about three diggers. The first digger liked holding a spade without doing anything but saying that he wanted to be 39 in the future. The second always liked 40 about the work and his low 41 。 The third digger liked 42 devoting himself to digging. Later， the first was still holding his spade in the 43 place and the second took an excuse for early 44 。 Only the third became a boss. Do you understand the 45 of this story？ Just go to buy a 46 shirt and work hard.”
The little boy was 47 。 So he asked the contractor to explain further. 48 the working builders， the contractor replied. “Look at my workers！ I can’t remember all their names， and even I have no 49 of some of them. Most of them wear blue shirts. But if you look 50 ， you will notice a sunburned man in red. He seems to be working harder than others. He is always the first one to work while the last one to leave. It is exactly his red shirt that makes him 51 。 Soon he will be 52 to my assistant. You know， that is also how I got 53 I am now. I worked hard and wore a striped shirt. My boss 54 me. I also became a boss eventually.”
Success can only 55 action. Working hard is all winners’ shared experience for achieving their dreams.
36. A. spotted B. ragged C. elegant D. formal
37. A. creative B. strong C. rich D. responsible
38. A. glance B. laugh C. wave D. shout#p#分页标题#e#
39. A. a designer B. an architect C. a boss D. an assistant
40. A. thinking B. learning C. explaining D. complaining
41. A. spirit B. salary C. ability D. intelligence
42. A. quietly B. excitedly C. obviously D. freely
43. A. remote B. ideal C. original D. suitable
44. A. arrival B. retirement C. development D. payraise
45. A. ending B. people C. moral D. importance
46. A. yellow B. red C. white D. blue
47. A. puzzled B. disappointed C. embarrassed D. inspired
48. A. Speaking to B. Referring to C. Coming to D. Pointing to
49. A. impression B. description C. information D. expression
50. A. frequently B. regularly C. carefully D. doubtfully
51. A. stand out B. work out C. turn out D. give out
52. A. employed B. elected C. admitted D. promoted
53. A. which B. where C. who D. why
54. A. praised B. ignored C. scolded D. noticed
55. A. bring about B. lead to C. result from D. get into
Steven Spielberg - directed political biopic Lincoln is leading the Oscar race this year with 12 nominations （提名）， while the Ang Lee-helmed Indian drama Life of Pi bagged 11 nods on Thursday， including the best picture and director categories.
The best picture category for the 85th Academy Awards is highly competitive this year， with nine films fighting for the golden statuette. Life of Pi， the survival story of an Indian boy lost in the ocean with a Bengal tiger， will fight closely with political dramas like Spielberg’s Lincoln， Ben Affleck’s Argo， and Katheryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty， a film about the manhunt for Osama bin Laden. The other films in the race for best picture are David 0 Russell’s comedy Silver Linings Playbook， Tom Hooper’s musical Les Miserables， Michael Haneke’s Amour， Quentin Tarantino ’ s civil-war set western Django Unchained and Benh Zeitlin’ s Beasts of the Southern Wild.
Taiwanese - American film-maker Lee， who chose an entirely Indian cast for Pi and shot some scenes in India， is in the race for the best director trophy with Spielberg， Russell， Haneke and Zeitlin. Pi， which starred Delhi-boy Suraj Sharma in the lead and noted actors such as Irrfan Khan， Tabu and Adil Hussain， also gained nominations in categories like cinematography， film editing， original score， original song， production design， best adapted screenplay， visual effects， sound editing and sound mixing.
Daniel Day-Lewis is leading in the best actor category for his widely -praised portrayal of the 16th US President Abraham Lincoln in the Reliance -DreamWorks produced Lincoln. The film follows Lincoln’s struggle to abolish slavery as the country drifts into a civil war.#p#分页标题#e#
The other contenders （竞争者）in the best actor category are Bradley Cooper for Silver Linings Playbook （also starring Indian actor Anupam Kher）， Denzel Washington for Flight， Joaquin Phoenix for The Master and Hugh Jackman for Les Miserables.
56. About Ang Lee， which statement is NOT correct？
A. His Life of Pi bagged 11 nominations on Thursday， including the best picture.
B. He is a Taiwanese-American film—maker， who has directed some famous films.
C. His Life of Pi is a survival story of an Indian boy lost in the ocean with a Bengal tiger.
D. His Life of Pi shot some scenes in India and have Chinese actors.
57. Which of the following films refers to the American Civil War？
A. Les Miserables. B. Zero Dark Thirty. C. Django Unchained. D. Argo，
58. Who stared in the film The Master？
A. Joaquin Phoenix. B. Daniel Day-Lewis. C. Bradley Cooper. D. Denzel Washington
59. The passage is likely to appear irk ________.
A. a biography B. a newspaper C. a history paper D. a fashion magazine
Best Learning English， established in 2010， now has 30 training centers and more than 10，000 students across China. “We plan to expand to 100 training centers by 2015.” said its CEO Wang Ning.
Riverdeep International Education Inc， Best Learning’s major competitor， has also enjoyed rapid growth， expanding to more than 140 training centers since 2007.
The fast expansion of high - end children’s English education is a result of a more global outlook among China’s new generation of parents.
“Young Chinese parents care about whether their children have an international outlook.” said Zhang Yuanmeng， director of China Research Center for Children’s Industry. “The market for high-end English education companies is huge， as Chinese parents believe their children have to deal with competitors all over the world when they grow up.” she said. And this is a sector which is proving attractive to investors. Best Learning English attracted 100 million yuan in its first round of financing in October.
However， these companies still need to overcome a number of problems if they want to ensure their further growth.
“Human resource management is the primary problem for growing English education companies.” said Zhang， “The business requires high-quality teachers， not only with language skills， but also teaching skills and an understanding of Western culture. The lack of teachers in big cities is more obvious， since the market is larger there.” she added. “But the good news is that Chinese education companies are recruiting （招募） more teachers from English-speaking countries who are looking for work due to the economic crisis in the West.”
60. Why is high-end children’s English education expanded fast in China？#p#分页标题#e#
A. High-end English education companies have no competitors.
B. Children want to deal with competitors all over the world.
C. China’s new generation of parents have a more global outlook.
D. More teachers from English-speaking countries come to China.
61. What’s the main difficulty for growing English education companies？
A. The severe competition among competitors.
B. The economic crisis in the West.
C. The shortage of fund.
D. The lack of high-quality teachers.
62. What’s Zhang Yuanmeng’s attitude to the further growth of English education companies？
A. Worried. B. Optimistic. C. Negative. D. Unconcerned.
Owning a smart phone may not be as smart as you think. They may let you surf the internet， listen to music and snap photos wherever you are.。.but they also turn you into a workaholic， it seems.
A study suggests that， by giving you access to emails at all times， the all-singing， all-dancing mobile phone adds as much as two hours to your working day. Researchers found that Britons work an additional 460 hours a year on average as they are able to respond to emails on their mobiles.
The study by technology retailer Pixmania reveals the average UK working day is between 9 and 10 hours， but a further two hours is spent responding to or sending work emails， or making work calls. More than 90 percent of office workers have an email - enabled phone， with a third accessing them more than 20 times a day. Almost one in ten admits spending up to three hours outside their normal working day checking work emails. Some workers confess they are on call almost 24 hours a day， with nine out of ten saying they take work emails and calls outside their normal working hours. The average time for first checking emails is between 6 am and 7 am， with more than a third checking their first email in this period， and a quarter checking them between 11 pm and midnight.
Ghadi Hobeika， marketing director of Pixmania， said， “The ability to access literally millions of apps， keep in contact via social networks and take photos and video as well as text and call has made smart phones invaluable for many people. However， there are drawbacks. Many companies expect their employees to be on call 24 hours a day， seven days a week， and smart phones mean that people literally cannot get away from work. The more constantly in contact we become， the more is expected of us in a work capacity.”
63. What can we conclude from the text？
A. All that glitters is not gold. B. It never rains but pours.
C. Every coin has two sides. D. It’s no good crying over spilt milk.
64. The underlined word “accessing” in the third paragraph can be replaced by
A. calling B. reaching C. getting D. using
65. Which of the following is true according to the text？#p#分页标题#e#
A. The average UK working day is between nine and twelve hours.
B. Nine-tenths spend over three hours checking work emails.
C. One fourth check their first mails between 11 pm and midnight.
D. The average time for first checking emails is between 6 am and 8 am.
66. What’s the main idea of the text？
A. Workaholics like smart phones. B. Smart phones bring about extra work.
C. Smart phones make our life easier. D. Employers don’t like smart phones.
Teenagers are often a difficult group. With all those hormones （荷尔蒙） flooding their bodies， they can be moody， unpredictable， and tend to make uncertain choices. But however confusing their teenage years are， kids can still be generally happy， depending on their lifestyle choices. According to a new research by British scientists， teens who don’t smoke， drink only moderately or not at all， and who don’t eat much junk food are likely to be happier than other teens.
The study looked at 40，000 British families and came up with some interesting findings. For example， kids who never drank alcohol were u p to six times more likely to report ^higher levels of happiness than kids who drank. And teens who smoked were five ^times less /likely to rate high on happiness charts compared to kids who don’t smoke. Same goes for diet and physical activity. The more fruits and vegetables kids eat， and the more hours they spend playing sports， the happier they are.
Now，of course this doesn’t mean that not smoking or drinking， and playing sports guarantees happiness. It could be that kids who have happy character tend to be more active and less addicted drinking or smoking. And it could equally be the case that kids who are unhappy are more related to drinking and smoking and eating junk food.
Other studies have shown that exercise is a proven way to treat anxiety and depression. Future studies may support the idea that other healthful behaviors，including refraining （克制）from smoking， drinking， and eating too much junk， can avoid sadness and increase happiness， too.
67. The author developed the second paragraph mainly by ________.
A. making comparisons B. providing statistics
C. offering examples D. analyzing causes
68. What can we learn from the text？
A. Not smoking or drinking guarantees happiness.
B. Teens with flooding hormones can not be happy.
C. Playing sports can decrease teen’s unhappiness.
D. Unhappiness can certainly lead to smoking and drinking.
69. Which of the following might help teens quit anxiety？
A. Taking exercise. B. Smoking and drinking.
C. Eating junk food. D. Going on a diet.
70. Which can be the best title for the text？
A. Ways to treat anxiety and depression. B. Exercise and teenagers， health.
C. Teenagers shouldn’t drink or smoke. D. Teenagers’ lifestyle and their happiness.#p#分页标题#e#
Summer is the season to dive into new activities， and kick back and relax. And right now is the time to make sure that you’re ready for the great outdoors， the holiday planning and travel， and the bathing-suit beach days.
If you want to lose weight before summer， concentrate on dropping no more than a pound or two a week. 71 And when you trouble yourself， sooner or later you’re going to gain it back. Operate on a 500-calorie -a -day deficit （亏缺） 72 So if you cut 500 calories a day for seven days straight， you’ll lose a pound a week right there.
Operating at an inadequate （减少量）of 500 calories a day should involve both eating less and moving more： For example， you could consume 300 fewer calories and burn 200 extra per day. Include both healthy eating and exercise in your weight-loss plan， and break the 500-calorie goal into smaller groups to make it more reachable. 73
To Cut 100 Calories; 74 Have vegetable pizza instead of pepperoni （意大利辣香肠）。 Use our Nutritional Needs Calculator to determine how many daily calories you should consume in order to lose， gain， or maintain your healthy goal weight. Once you’ve reached your goal， recalculate your nutritional needs for keeping extra weight off all summer long.
To Bum 100 Calories： Spend 15 minutes biking. 75 Spend 20 minutes gardening. Keep on exercising at least 30 minutes， three days a week. Reading food labels and counting calories or writing down what and when you eat can give you more control， as well.
A. Here are some simple ways to get there.
B. Walk or run one mile.
C. A pound is 3，500 calories.
D. It is okay to have some snacks between your meals.
E. You should always make sure you get a lot of sleep.
F. Anything more than that usually means you’re troubling yourself.
G. Eat a chicken breast without the skin.
第四部分 写作 （共两节，满分35分）
第一节 短文改错 （共10小题；每小题1分，满分10分）
Yesterday t went to the park. I happened to see a touched event. At that time， some people were1 boating in the lake. A happy family was taking photos when suddenly the girl falls off the boat into the water. The girl could swim and was struggling， so her parents cried out， “Help！ Help！” It was obviously that they could not swim， either. Hearing the cry， the young mail immediately rushed to the lake. Without taking away his clothes， he jumped into the water and swam towards the girl， that was already tired out. At last he had carried her to the bank. She was saved！#p#分页标题#e#
时间和地点 1. 本周六下午 2. 图书馆
交流主题 1. 中美中学生的校园生活
Dear Mr. Paul，
（此部分试题在答题卡上作答） Li Hua
英 语 （A卷）参考答案
听力（20×1.5=30）：1—5 CABCB 6—10 CABAB 11—15 ABABC 16—20 CBACA
单选（15×1=15）：21—25 BABCD 26—30 BACDC 31—35 ADBAC
完形填空（20×1.5=30）：36—40 CBACD 41—45 BACBA 46—50 BCDAC 51—55 ADBDC
阅读理解（15×2=30）：56—59 DCAC 60—62 CDC 63—66 BDCB 67—70 ACBD
七选五阅读填空（5×2=10）： 71—75 FCAGB
英 语 （B卷）参考答案
听力（20×1.5=30）：1—5 BABCB 6—10 CACAB 11—15 ACABC 16—20 CBABA
单选（15×1=15）：21—25 CABCD 26—30 CACDB 31—35 ADCAC
完形填空（20×1.5=30）：36—40 BCACD 41—45 BACBC 46—50 BADAC 51—55 ADBDC
阅读理解（15×2=30）：56—59 DCAB 60—62 CDB 63—66 CDCB 67—70 ACAD
七选五阅读填空（5×2=10）： 71—75 FCAGB
Yesterday I went to the park. I happened to see a touched event. At that time， some people
were boating in the lake. A happy family was taking photos when suddenly the girl
falls off the boat into the water. The girl could ∧ swim and was struggling， so her parents cried
out， “Help！ Help！” It was obviously that they could not swim， either. Hearing the cry， the young
man immediately rushed to the lake. Without taking away his clothes， he jumped into the water and
swam towards the girl， that was already tired out. At last he had carried her to the bank. She was saved！
One possible version：
Dear Mr. Paul，
I’m Li Hua， head of the students’ English Club of the school. I’m writing to tell you we’ll have an English Corner activity， which will take place in the library on Saturday afternoon. You are welcome to join us！
As we are Chinese students and most of us have never been abroad before， we are very interested in what it is like in your country. We are supposed to talk about such topics as follows： high school students’ campus life in China and the US， teenagers’ favorite outdoor activities and festivals appealing to teenagers. What do you suggest？#p#分页标题#e#
We hope you can come and have a good time. （108 words）
4、评分时，应注意的主要内容为：内容要点（1. 活动的相关信息：名称、时间、地点； 2. 交流的相关话题：三个方面；3. 希望接受邀请）、应用词汇和语法结构的数量和准确性及上下文的连贯性，根据表达内容的层次适当分段及语言的得体性。
M： Excuse me. I come here to see Betty Smith.
W： She is in the Minor Injuries Unit. It’s on the fourth floor. The doctor is seeing her now.
M： Would you like to go to the beach this afternoon？
W： I’d like to， but I must go shopping first. I need to buy a blouse to match my pants for the job interview tomorrow.
M： Yeah， terrible， wasn’t it？ I can’t believe all the damage it caused！
W： Yes. The whole building was burnt down. Luckily it happened at night， and nobody was hurt.
W： My bank card and mobile phone were stolen. I’d better go home to make the lost call first.
M： Oh， my god. Why not go to the telephone booth to make the call？
W： That’s right.
W： Hi， John. It’s Lisa. I’m on my way home， but the car broke down. Can you collect me at the National
M： I’m sorry， Lisa. I’m quite busy now. Can you take a bus home？
W： But what about the car？
M： Phone a garage， and they’ll collect it.
M： Do you think you’re a relaxed person？
W： Not really.
M： What do you think of The Little Book of Calm？
W： Well， I think it’s interesting， but I work from nine in the morning until about seven in the evening， so I
don’t have much time to relax. I never have time for a nap during the day.
M： Do you ever do any physical exercise？
W： Yes， I jog every morning and I sometimes walk to work.#p#分页标题#e#
M： And how do you relax in the evening？
W： I have a glass of wine and watch television.
M： Thank goodness！ You’re finally back！
W： How was your day， darling？
W： What happened？
M： Well， it started off in the usual way. You know， breakfast with John， and then a nice relaxing ride
downtown on the bus with Pete. And then everything started to go wrong. I stopped to pick up my dry
cleaning and they had ruined my new jacket.
W： Oh， no.
M： Yeah. Then I went to have a haircut … I went to Tony’s. Well， Tony was away. Some other guy was
there — I think his name was Jack or something. Anyway， this guy ended up cutting my ear — and
W： Where are you going on vacation this summer？
M： We haven’t decided yet. Mum’s brought a few brochures home and I’ve had a look at them.
W： Hmm … You can go to France and visit castles.
M： We did that last year. And it was really boring. What do you think of this one？ “Italy for art lovers.
Spend two weeks in Italy. You will visit art galleries in Florence and Venice.”
W： I’d like to do that in winter. In summer， I prefer to do things outside. I’d like to go to a hotel with lots of
tennis courts. Or learn to water-ski.
M： I think this one’s pretty interesting. “Learn Scottish dancing in Scotland.” What do you think？
W： I don’t like it. Who wants to go to Scotland and sit in the rain all day？
W： I saw you on the 7 o’clock news last night.
M： Oh， yeah.
W： So tell us what happened？
M： I was walking alone on the beach， when I heard someone calling out for help. I looked up， and there
on the headland was a little kid. He’d climbed way up the cliff and was stuck.
W： What did you do？
M： My first thought was to run and get help， but the boy was crying， and he looked as though he would
fall at any moment. So I climbed up to get him down. The rocks were very loose， and I almost slipped
a couple of times. I was beginning to think it wasn’t such a good idea to climb up there without getting
help. Then I reached the boy， but then I couldn’t get him down. So we were both stuck.
W： So what did you do？
M： I yelled for help. Pretty soon there was a small crowd on the beach. One of them called the Coast
Rescue Service. After about five minutes there was a helicopter overhead， and we were rescued.
M： Welcome to our university. Here is some information that may be useful to you.
The Student Welfare Office is normally open from 4:00 p.m. till 8:00 p.m. Monday to Friday. Today and tomorrow it will be open from about 9:00 a.m. This is the place to come if you have any problems. We also give out university identity cards which you need to go to the library and which allow you to get discount at a number of local shops and places of entertainment， such as clubs and cinemas.#p#分页标题#e#
On Monday and Tuesday of next week， second-year students will be running a book sale in the canteen. Many of the books on your first-year reading list will be available and we suggest you should look here first before spending too much on new books. The university canteen opens from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.， selling hot meals， fairly cheap. There is a basic cookery course starting next week. It’s always full， so get your name on the list in the Welfare Office now.