例：How much is the shirt?
A．￡l9.15． B．￡9.18． C．￡9.15．
1. What te is it now?
A. 9:10. B. 9:50. C. 10:00.
2. What does the wo tk of the weather?
A. It's nice. B. It's warm. C. It's cold.
3. What will the do?
A. Attd a meetg. B. Give a lecture. C. Leave his office.
4. What is the wo's opion about the course?
A. Too hard. B. Worth tg. C. Very easy.
5. What does the wo t the to do?
A. Speak louder. B. Apologize to her. C. Turn off the radio.
6. How long did Michael stay a?
A. Five days. B. One week. C. Two weeks.
7. Where did Michael go last year?
A. Russia. B. Norway. C. dia.
8. What food does Sally like?
A. B. Fish C. Eggs
9. What are the speakers gog to do?
A. Cook ner. B. Go shoppg. C.Order dishes.
10. Where are the speakers?
A. a hospital. B. the office. C. At home.
11. is the report due?
A. Thursday. B. Friday. C. Next Monday.
12. What does George suggest Stepie do with the report?
A. prove it. B. d it later. C. Leave it with .
13. What is the probable relationship bet the speakers?
A. Salesperson d customer. B. Homeowner d er. C. Husd d wife.
14. What d of apartt do the speakers prefer?
A. One with two bedrooms. B. One without furniture C. One near a market.
15. How much rt should one pay for the one-bedroom apartt?
A. $350. B. $400. C. $415.
16. Where is the apartt the speakers would like to see?
A. On Lake Street. B. On Market Street. C. On South Street,
17. What pertage of the world's tea exports go to Brit?
A. ost 15%. B. About 30%. C. Over 40%.
18. Why do tea tasters taste tea with milk?
A. Most British people drk tea that way.
B. Tea tastes much better with milk.
C. Tea with milk is healthy.
19. Who suggests a price for each tea?
A. Tea tasters. B. Tea exporters. C. Tea compies.
20. What is the speaker tg about?
A. The life of tea tasters.
B. Afternoon tea Brit.
C. The London Tea Trade tre.
例: It is erally considered unwise to give a child ______ he or she ts.
A. however B. whatever C. whichever D. ever
21. - you come to a party on Saturday, Peter?
- Oh, ______I'm already gog out, I'm afraid.
A. what a pity! B. don't ask! C. how come? D. so what?
22. If you come to visit a, you will ______ a culture of azg depth d variety.
A. develop B. create C. substitute D. experce
23. ______ stists haw learned a lot about the universe, there is much we still don't ow.
A. Once B. Sce C. Though D. Unless
24. Just as I got to the school gate, I realised I ______ my book the cafe.
A. have left B. had left C would leave D. was leavg
25. A ship harbor is safe, but that's not ______ ships are built for.
A. what B. whom C. why D.
36. I'm so ______ to all those volunteers because they helped my terrible day d happily.
A. special B. superior C. grateful D. attractive
27. ______ the differce bet the two research gs will be one of the worst mistakes you make.
A. ore B. org C. ored D. Havg ored
28. Some experts tk rg is the funtal skill upon______ school education depds.
A. it B. that C. whose D. which
29. It is reported that a space station ______ on the moon years to come.
A. will be bug B. will he built C. has bug D. has built
30. There is no need to tell me your swer now. Give it some ______ d t let me ow.
A. thought B. support C. protection D. authority
31. They gave money to the old people's home either ______ or through their compies.
A. legally B. scerely C. personally D. deliberately
32. It is lucky we booked a room, or we owhere to stay now.
A. had B. had had C. would have D. would have had
33. They believe that there are trsport developts ______ that will brg a lot of ges for the better,
A. out of date B. out of order C. around the clock D. around the comer
34. ______ he once felt like givg up, he now has the deteration to push further d keep on gog.
A. Where B. As C. case D. Now that
35. - How is your table tnis these days? Still playg?
-______. I just don't s to d the te these days.
A. That's right B. No, not much C That's grt D. Don't worry
our modern world, sometg wears out, we throw it away d buy a new one. The 36 is that countries around the world have grog mounts of 37 because people are throg out more rubbish t ever before.
How did we 38 a throwaway society? First of all, it is now easier to 39 object t to spd te d money to repair it. 40 modern ufacturg (制造业) d tology, compies are able to produce products quickly d expsively. Products are ptiful d 41 .
other cause is our 42 of disposable (一次性的) products. As 43 people, we are always loog for 44 to save te d make our lives easier. Compies 45 thousds of differt ds of disposable products: paper plates, plastic cups, d eras, to ne a few.
Our appetite for new products also 46 to the pro. We are 47 buyg new tgs. Advertists persuade us that 48 is better d that we will be happier with the latest products. The result is that we 49 useful possessions to make room for new ones.
All around the world, we see the 50 of this throwaway lifestyle. Mounts of rubbish just keep gettg bigger. To 51 the ount of rubbish d to protect the 52 , more governts are requirg people to recycle materials. 53 , this is not ough to solve (解决) our pro.
Maybe there is other way out. We need to repair our possessions 54 throg t away. We also need to retk our attitudes about 55 . Repairg our possessions d g our spg habits may be the best way to reduce the ount of rubbish d take care of our viront.
36. A. key B. reason C. project D. pro
37. A. gifts B. rubbish C. debt D. products
38. A. face B. become C. observe D. ge
39. A. hide B. control C. replace D. withdraw
40. A. Tks to B. As to C. Except for D. Regardless of
41. A. safe B. funny C. cheap D. powerful
42. A. love B. lack C. prevtion D. division
43. A. ssitive B. d C. brave D. busy
44. A. ways B. places C. jobs D. frds
45. A. donate B. receive C. produce D. preserve
46. A. adapts B. returns C. responds D. contributes
47. A. tired of B. addicted to C. worried about D. ased for
48. A. newer B. stronger C. higher D. larger
49. A. pick up B. pay for C. hold onto D. throw away
50. A. advtages B. purposes C. functions D. consequces
51. A. show B. record C. decrease D. measure
52. A. tology B. viront C. consumers D. brds
53. A. However B. Otherwise C. Therefore D. while
54. A. by B. favour of C. after D. stead of
55. A. spg B. collectg C. repairg D. advertisg
Welcome to the Electronic Village to explore new ways of guage tg d learng.
Electronic Village Progr (Thursday, June 18, 2015)
? 9:00 to 10:00
? Room 501
Nearpod is a software progr that creates a rich context (语境) for stuts to learn vocabulary. The prester will show how to use it.
? 2:00 p to 3:00 pm
? Room 502
Our stuts come from differt backgrounds but have the se desire to learn one. The prester will use exples from his first one class to exp how y teacher tg one with TEO.
? 10:30 to 11:30
? Room 601
Kahoot software be used to create grmar tests which be graded on a network. It provide stuts with stt feedback (反馈), clug reports about their strgths d esses.
? 3:30 pm to 4:20 pm
? Room 602
Uses of Prezi listg d spg courses draw stuts' atttion to spg more flutly. The prester will show how stuts use Prezi to contly prest on a variety of topics, clug trodug ily, frds, d hobbies.
56. Nearpod be used to ______.
A. offer grmar tests B. teach listg one
C. help vocabulary learng D. flucy spg
57. If you t to prove your spg skills, you go to____________.
A. Room 501 B. Room 502 C. Room 601 D. Room 602
58. Which of the follog assess your grmar learng?
A. Nearpod. B. Kahoot. C. TEO. D. Prezi.
59. A teacher who ts to learn one tg is expected to arrive by ______.
A. 9:00 B. 10:30 C. 2:00 pm D. 3:30 pm
her five daughters were young, e always told t that there was strgth unity (团结). To show this, she held up one chopstick, represtg one person. T she easily broke it to two pieces. Next, she tied several chopsticks together, represtg a ily. She showed the girls it was hard to break the tied chopsticks. This lesson about ily unity stayed with the daughters as they grew up.
e d her ily own a large restaurt busess California. However, e d her husd ny left their home Vietn 1975, they 't have much money. They moved their ily to S Frcisco. There they joed ny's mother, a, who owned a small It sdwich shop. Soon afterwards, e d a ged the sdwich shop to a small Vietnese restaurt. The five daughters helped the restaurt they were young. However, e did not t her daughters to always work the ily busess because she thought it was too hard.
Evtually the girls all graduated from college d t away to work for tselves, but one by one, the daughters returned to work the ily busess. They oped new restaurts S Frcisco d Los geles. Ev though ily bers sometes disagreed with each other, they worked together to make the busess successful. Daughter Elisabeth exps, "Our mother taught us that to succeed we must have unity, d to have unity we must have peace. Without the strgth of the ily, there is no busess."
Their expg busess e a large corporation 1996, with three erations of s worg together. Now the s' corporation makes more t $20 million each year. Although they with a small restaurt, they had big drs, d they worked together. Now they are a big success.
60. e tied several chopsticks together to show ______.
A. the strgth of ily unity B. the difficulty of grog up
C. the advtage of chopsticks D. the best way of givg a lesson
61. We learn from Paragraph 2 that the ily ______.
A. started a busess 1975 B. left Vietn without much money
C. bought a restaurt S Frcisco D. oped a sdwich shop Los geles
62. What we fer about the daughters?
A. They did not ish their college education.
B. They could not bear to work the ily busess.
C. They were fluced by what e taught t.
D. They were troubled by disagrt ong ily bers.
63. Which of the follog be the best title for the passage?
A. How to Run a Corporation B. Strgth Comes from Peace
C. How to Achieve a Big Dr D. ily Unity Builds Success
As ternet users become more dept on the ternet to store formation, are people rber less? If you ow your computer will save formation, why store it your own personal ory, your br? Experts are wonderg if the ternet is g what we rber d how.
a rt study, Professor Betsy Sparrow conducted some experts. She d her research t ted to ow the ternet is g ory. the first expert, they gave people 40 unportt facts to type to a computer. The first group of people understood that the computer would save the formation. The second group understood that the computer would not save it. Later, the second group rbered the formation better. People the first group ew they could d the formation , so they did not try to rber it.
other expert, the researchers gave people facts to rber, d told t where to d the formation on the ternet. The formation was a specific computer folder (文件夹). Surprisgly, people later rber the folder location (位置) better t the facts. people use the ternet, they do not rber the formation. Rather, they rber how to d it. This is called "trsactive ory (交互记忆)"
Accorg to Sparrow, we are not becog people with poor ories as a result of the ternet. stead, computer users are developg stronger trsactive ories; that is, people are learng how to orize huge qutities of formation so that they are able to access it at a later date. This doesn't we are becog either more or less tt, but there is no doubt that the way we use ory is g.
64. The passage s with two questions to ______.
A. troduce the topic B. show the author's altitude
C. describe how to use the terne. D. exp how to store formation
65. What we learn about the first expert?
A. The Sparrow's t typed the formation to a computer.
B. The two groups rbered the formation equally well.
C. The first group did not try to rber the formation.
D. The second group did not understd the formation.
66. trsactive ory, people ______.
A. keep the formation d B. ge the qutity of formation
C. orize formation like a computer D. rber how to d the formation
67. What is the effect of the ternet accorg to Sparrow's research?
A. We are usg ory differtly. B. We are becog more tt.
C. We have poorer ories t before. D. We need a better way to access formation.
There are extrely large number of ts worldwide. Each dividual (个体的) t hardly weigh ytg, but put together they weigh roughly the se as all of d. They also live nearly everywhere, except on froz mount tops d around the poles. For als their size, ts have astonisgly successful, largely due to their wonderful social behavior.
colonies (群体) that rge size from a few hundred to ts of millions, they orize their lives with a clear division of labor. Ev more azg is how they achieve this level of orization. Where we use sound d sight to counicate, ts depd prarily on pheromone (外激素), icals st out by dividuals d smelled or tasted by fellow bers of their colony. t ds food, it produces a pheromone that will lead others straight to where the food is. dividual t comes under attack or is dyg, it sds out alarm pheromone to warn the colony to prepare for a conflict as a se unit.
fact, it comes to the art of war, ts have no equal. They are completely fearless d will readily take on a creature much larger t tselves, attg large groups d overcog their target. Such is their devotion to the coon good of the colony that not only soldier ts but also worker ts will sacrifice their lives to help defeat y.
Behavg this selfless d devoted ner, these little creatures have survived on Earth, for more t 140 million years, far longer t osaurs. Because they tk as one, they have a collective (集体的) tce greater t you would expect from its dividual parts.
68. We learn from the passage that ts are ____________.
A. not g to share food B. not found around the poles
C. more successful t all other als D. too y to achieve y level of orization
69. ts use pheromones for______.
A. escape B. counication C. warng ies D. arrg labor
70. What does the undered expression "take on" Paragraph 3 ?
A. Accept. B. ploy. C. Play with. D. Fight st.
71. Which of the follog contributes most to the survival of ts?
A. Their behavior. B. Their size. C. Their number. D. Their weight
Food serves as a form of counication two funtal ways. Sharg bread or other foods is a coon hu tradition that promote unity d trust. Food also have a specific g, d play a st role a ily or culture's celebrations or traditions. The foods we eatd d how we eat t-are oft unique to a particular culture or may ev differ bet rural (农村的) d ur areas wit one country.
Sharg bread, whether durg a special occasion (时刻) or at the ily ner table, is a coon symbol of togetherness. y cultures also celebrate birthdays d marriages with cakes that are cut d shared ong the guests. Early forms of cake were sply a d of bread, so this tradition hits its roots the custom of sharg bread.
Food also plays portt role y New Year celebrations. the southern United States, pieces of corn bread represt blocks of gold for prosperity (兴旺) the New Year. Greece, people share a special cake called vasilopita. A co is put to the cake, which sifies (预示) success the New Year for the person who receives it.
y cultures have ceronies to celebrate the birth of a child, d food play a st role. a, a baby is one month old, ilies ne d welcome their child a celebration that cludes givg red-colored eggs to guests. y cultures, round foods such as grapes, bread, d moon cakes are eat at welcome celebrations to represt ily unity.
Nutrition is necessary for life, so it is not surprisg that food is such portt part of differt cultures around the world.
72. Accorg to the passage, sharg bread______.
A. dicates a lack of food B. help to develop unity
C. is a custom unique to rural areas D. has its roots birthday celebrations
73. What does the co vasilopita sify for its receiver the New Year?
A. Trust. B. Success. C. Health. D. Togetherness.
74. The author exps the role of food celebrations by______.
A. usg exples B. g comparisons
C. alyzg causes D. descrg processes
75. What is the passage ly about?
A. The custom of sharg food. B. The specific g of food.
C. The role of food ceronies. D. The portce of food culture.
第四部分 写作 (共两节，满分35分)
Pup a group of strgers a room together, d they'll probably start a conversation. "Hot today, isn't it?" one might say. "You said it." other replies.
Why do we talk so much about the weather? we meet new people, we don't by tg t our life story. We start with small talk, a polite conversation about sometg like traffic or weather.
Research suggests that small talk build new frdships. we conversations with new people, we t to feel comfortable, d so do they. We use small talk to d coon terests. Once we have a coon terest, a frdship .
Small talk ev helps people get hired. order to press at a job terview, you need to bond with the terviewer right away. Proper small talk make that first pression get you the job.
So, how you make small talk lead to a new frdship or job? First off, d coon ground. Select sometg around you that you share with the other person.
Next, keep the conversation gog. Compt (赞美) the other person to make or her feel comfortable, d ask questions to show terest.
Third, keep eye contact (接触). you look people the eye, they feel you appreciate what they are sayg. It makes you appear honest d builds trust.
Naturally, shy people might not have ough conce to start up conversations with strgers. Tg to someone you don't ow is not the easiest tg to do! Some experts say with more practice, small talk does get easier.
Some people avoid small talk because they dislike discussg tgs like traffic or weather. For t, they are just too small. However, you tk about it, small talk is ytg but small. fact, it is actually a very big deal!
Small Talk: A Big (76)____
We are likely to make small talk we (77)____ meet people.
? Small talk help people form (79)____ frdships.
? Small talk also help people Ret a (80)____.
? d some topics (81)____ with the other person.
? Keep the talk gog by g compts d (82)____ questions. ? Keep eye contact conversation to build (83)____.
? (84)____ more order to make small talk easier.
Small talk really (85)____ a lot to us.
某英文杂志正在举办以 "cy yourself as terviewer" 为主题的征文活动，请你以"A ous ese I Would Like to terview" 为题, 写一篇英语短文。
A ous ese I Would Like to terview
1.A 2.C 3.A 4.B 5.C 6.B 7.A 8.B 9.C 10.B
11.A 12.B 13.C 14.A 15.B 16.C 17.B 18.A 19.A 20.C
21.A 22.D 23.C 24.B 25.A 26.C 27.B 28.D 29.B 30.A
31.C 32.C 33.D 34.A 35.B 36.D 37.B 38.B 39.C 40.A
41.C 42.A 43.D 44.A 45.C 46.D 47.B 48.A 49.D 50.D
51.C 52.B 53.A 54.D 55.A
56.C 57.D 58.B 59.C 60.A 61.B 62.C 63.D 64.A 65.C
66.D 67.A 68.B 69.B 70.D 71.A 72.B 73.B 74.A 75.D
76. Deal 77. first 78. Advtages/efits 79. new 80. job/position/post
81. shared 82. asg/rasg 83. trust 84. Practice(Practise) 85 atters/s
One posslble version
A ous ese I Would Like to terview
The person I would like to terview is Yg Liwei.
I would really like to terview because he is not only the first ese to go to space but also one of the greatest astronauts the world. I have long terested space exploration d I believe I could learn a great deal from about it.
If I could terview , I would ask what made astronaut d how he was tred. I would also like to ow how he felt space d whether space travel is such great fun as I have read. ally, I would like to ask a few questions about his personal life, which must be very terestg.