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一、Phonetics (5 points)?Directions: In each of the following groups of words, there are four underlined letters or letter combinations marked A, B, C and D.Compare the underlined parts and identify the one that is different from the others in pronunciation.Mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on ANSWER SHEET Ⅰ.

第1题单选 选出下面读音不同的选项()。

A.command

B.common

C.comment

D.communist

参考答案:A

第2题单选 选出下面读音不同的选项()。

A.if

B.of

C.loaf

D.grief

参考答案:B

第3题单选 选出下面读音不同的选项()。

A.particle

B.partner

C.partial

D.particular

参考答案:D

第4题单选 选出下面读音不同的选项()。

A.here

B.mere

C.nowhere

D.sincere

参考答案:C

第5题单选 选出下面读音不同的选项()。

A.pleasure

B.measure

C.treasure

D.insure

参考答案:D

二、Vocabulary and Structure (15 points)?Directions: There are 15 incomplete sentences in this section.For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D.Choose one answer that best completes the sentence and blacken the corresponding letter on ANSWER SHEET Ⅰ.

第6题单选 Since arriving in New York, Thomas ( ) over 15 job interviews.

A.has

B.had

C.has had

D.is having

参考答案:C

第7题单选 You are saying that everyone should be equal, and this is ( ) they disagree.

A.how

B.which

C.that

D.where

参考答案:D

第8题单选 The sandwiches ( ) by your mother were very delicious.

A.make

B.making

C.made

D.were made

参考答案:C

第9题单选 The doctor asking Bob to quit ( ) because of his health.

A.smoke

B.smokes

C.smoking

D.to smoke

参考答案:C

第10题单选 This brand of computer is ( ) more expensive than I expected.

A.plenty

B.a lot

C.plenty of

D.a lot of

参考答案:B

第11题单选 This sound doesn’t ( ) in Chinese, so it’s difficult for the students to pronounce.

A.happen

B.occur

C.come about

D.take place

参考答案:B

第12题单选 You may borrow this dictionary ( ) you keep it clean.

A.as long as

B.so far as

C.in case

D.even if

参考答案:A

第13题单选 Normally Dr. Mackenzie is rather ( ) but sometimes he talks freely about himself.

A.sociable

B.reserved

C.open

D.ignorant

参考答案:B

第14题单选 Mr. Smith receivers the order that he ( ) the documents to the new product meeting for further discussion.

A.bring

B.brings

C.will bring

D.has brought

参考答案:A

第15题单选 Most of the athletes have come to understand: what matters ( ) not wining but participating .

A.is

B.are

C.was

D.were

参考答案:A

第16题单选 When Mr. Kentucky fell ill, his son took ( ) the business from him.

A.to

B.in

C.after

D.over

参考答案:D

第17题单选 I cannot find my umbrella. I must have ( ) it on the bus yesterday.

A.lost

B.left

C.forgotten

D.neglected

参考答案:B

第18题单选 By the year 2100, many different means of transportation ( ).

A.will develop

B.will have developed

C.will be developing

D.will have been developed

参考答案:D

第19题单选 A: What did you do last weekend?

B:( ) went on a picnic.

A.I, Tom and John

B.Tom, John and I

C.Tom, John and me

D.Tom, I and John

参考答案:B

第20题单选 China has been following the foreign policy to develop relations with other countries on the ( ) of the five principles of peaceful co-existence.

A.basis

B.base

C.account

D.foundation

参考答案:A

三、Cloze (20 points)Directions: For each blank in the following passage, there are four choices marked A, B, C and D.Choose the one that is most suitable and mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on ANSWER SHEET Ⅰ.

Twenty years ago, kids in school never heard of the Internet. Now, I’ll ( 21) you can’t find a single person in your city who hasn’t heard of it. The “net” in the word “Internet” really ( 22 )for network. A network is two or more computers connected together so that all types of information can be ( 23 ) or sent from one computer to anther. You nay enjoy using it to do research for a school project, ( 24 ) your favorite songs or communicating with friends and family. Information is accessed through web pages that companies, organizations and individuals ( 25) and post. It’s like a ( 26 ) notice board that the whole world uses! But since anyone can put anything on the Internet, you also have to be careful and use your best ( 27 ) and a little common sense.

What you read on a piece of paper someone sticks on a notice-board doesn’t necessarily mean it’s good information, or even correct. So you have to be ( 28 ) what people are talking about, especially if you’re doing research! When you’re emailing people, you still have to be very careful. If you’ve never met the person you’re communicating with online, you could be on dangerous ground! You should never give ( 29 ) any personal information to someone you don’t know, not even your name! And just like you can’t believe the information on every website out there, you can’t ( 30 ) on strangers on the Internet, either. Just like you could make up things about yourself to tell someone, someone else could do the same to you!

第21题单选 在(21)处填入的最佳答案是()。

A.blame

B.beat

C.bet

D.beg

参考答案:C

第22题单选 在(22)处填入的最佳答案是()。

A.asks

B.looks

C.stands

D.searches

参考答案:C

第23题单选 在(23)处填入的最佳答案是()。

A.taken

B.shared

C.borrowed

D.traded

参考答案:B

第24题单选 在(24)处填入的最佳答案是()。

A.practicing

B.writing

C.loading

D.downloading

参考答案:D

第25题单选 在(25)处填入的最佳答案是()。

A.discover

B.create

C.find

D.weave

参考答案:B

第26题单选 在(26)处填入的最佳答案是()。

A.giant

B.transparent

C.physical

D.mechanical

参考答案:A

第27题单选 在(27)处填入的最佳答案是()。

A.talent

B.confidence

C.physical

D.mechanical

参考答案:C

第28题单选 在(28)处填入的最佳答案是()。

A.sure

B.hesitant

C.doubtful

D.secure

参考答案:A

第29题单选 在(29)处填入的最佳答案是()。

A.in

B.up

C.out

D.off

参考答案:C

第30题单选 在(30)处填入的最佳答案是()。

A.act

B.rely

C.call

D.put

参考答案:B

四、Reading Comprehension (75 points)Directions: There are four reading passages in this part.Each passage is followed by five questions.For each question there are four suggested answers marked A, B, C and D.Choose one best answer and blacken the corresponding letter on ANSWER SHEET Ⅰ.

Passage one

Expecting a Baby?

HEALTHY BABY: Manitoba’s Prenatal (怀孕期的) Benefit and Community Support Programs.

It’s what’s inside that counts

What you’re pregnant, it’s important that you eat well to help you and your growing baby. That’s why if you live in Manitoba and your net family income is less that $32,000 a year, the Manitoba government offers you a monthly cheque during your pregnancy to help you buy healthy foods and prepare for your baby’s arrival.

How to apply

Pick up an application form from medical offices, Healthy Baby community programs or by calling the number below. The application form must include a medical note indicating your baby’s due date, so see your health care provider early .

More support for you and your baby

Through Healthy Child Manitoba, Healthy Baby also offers community programs which help you to learn more about nutrition, health and parenting a baby.

For more information, please call:

945—1301 (in Winnipeg)

1—888—848—0140 (at no cost)

945—1305—TDD

(Telephone Device for the Deaf)

第31题单选 What program is this passage about?

A.Baby food

B.Low-income families

C.Women’s health

D.Birth and growth of healthy babies

参考答案:D

第32题单选 Who can enjoy the benefits of the program?

A.pregnant women of high risk

B.pregnant women of first child

C.pregnant women in good health

D.pregnant women with low income

参考答案:D

第33题单选 The most important information to be filled in the application form is( )

A.the pregnant woman’s name

B.when the baby is due to arrive

C.the pregnant woman’s medical history

D.in which hospital the baby is to be delivered

参考答案:B

第34题单选 Healthy baby will also provide more help in all aspects but ( )

A.baby education

B.baby nutrition

C.baby parenting

D.baby health

参考答案:A

第35题单选 For further information, the deaf can ( )

A.call 945—1305 TDD

B.dial 1--888—848—0140

C.visit their health care provider

D.send email to a medical office

参考答案:A

Passage two

In the past, people who graduated from college felt proud of their academic achievements and confident that their degree would help them to find a good job.

However, in the past four year the job market has changed dramatically. This year’s college graduates are facing one of the worst job markets. For example, Ryan Stewart, a graduate of San Jose State University, got a degree working are getting laid off and don’t have jobs, so it’s even harder for new college graduates to find jobs.

Four years ago, the future looked bright for his class of 2006. T here were many high-tech(“dotcom”) job opportunities, graduates received many job offers, and they were able to get jobs with high salaries and benefits such as health insurance and paid vacations. However,“Times have changed. it’s a new market,” according to an officer of the university.

The officer says students who do find jobs started preparing two years ago. They worked during summer vacations, they have had several short-time jobs, and they majored in fields that are still paying well, such as accounting or nursing.

Even teaching is not a secure profession now. Ryan Stewart wanted to be a teacher, but instead he will probably go back to school in order to become a college teacher. He thinks college teaching could be a good career even in a bad economy.

In conclusion, these days a college degree does not automatically lead to a good job with a high salary. Some students can only hope that the value of their degree will increase in the future.

第36题单选 What did a college degree mean to people in the past?

A.It was a proof of their professional skill

B.It would guarantee their quick promotio

C.It built up their confidence in the job marke

D.It would help them to start an academic caree

参考答案:C

第37题单选 Ryan Steward has not got any job offer because ( )

A.there are too many graduates of his majo

B.he wants to find a job with very high salary

C.he has not received a degree in the university

D.the job market has changed greatly since 2002

参考答案:D

第38题单选 According to the passage, ( ) had the best job prospects in 2002.

A.computer science

B.accounting

C.teaching

D.nursing

参考答案:A

第39题单选 Why does Ryan Steward want to be a college teacher?

A.Teaching jobs are well-pai

B.He majored in teaching in the university .

C.College teaching is less challenging than high-tech job

D.College teaching career won’t be influenced by econom

参考答案:D

第40题单选 It can be concluded from the passage that ( )

A.the value of a college degree has decreased now

B.new college graduates today can’t find jobs

C.a college degree can still lead to a good job

D.graduates must prepare early to find jobs

参考答案:A

Passage three

Sharon Keating was worried about her kids when she got a divorce. Her daughter says,“I was feeling… like down and sad even though I didn’t really show it.

Judith Wallenstein says problems from divorce can last many years. They can show up when the kids are adults. And the kids have their have their own trouble. Wallenstein studied 93 children over a generation. The results can be found in her book.

She says that children of divorce are more likely to have problems with drugs. They are far more likely to seek therapy. About 40 percent of them avoid marriage themselves. When they do marry, fail at nearly twice the usual rate. It is hard for them to trust. They are afraid of failing.

Critics say Wallenstein had too few children in her study. They think that Wallenstein stresses too much from a small study. Other things may be the cause of the kid’s problems. The study does not compare kids from divorced families with kids from “healthy” families.

第41题单选 Which word can best describe the kids from divorced families according to Paragraph 1?

A.Offensive

B.Relieved

C.Depressed

D.Prejudiced

参考答案:C

第42题单选 Children from divorced families who marry later will ( )

A.have no trust in other people

B.be more likely to get divorced

C.firmly protect their marriage

D.have stable marriage

参考答案:B

第43题单选 Wallenstein’s study showed that ( )

A.divorce left the children many problems

B.all the problems showed up right after the divorce

C.divorce could be avoided

D.divorce made the children mature earlier

参考答案:A

第44题单选 Which of the following is critics’ opinion?

A.Healthy families do not have problem

B.All the related factors were considered in the stud

C.Divorce is the only cause of child problem

D.The number of families studied was not sufficien

参考答案:D

第45题单选 Today children from divorced families ( )

A.have no more problems

B.are getting more care and help

C.are less able to handle their problems

D.are told not to talk about their problems

参考答案:B

Passage four

It is still sometimes difficult to understand why those between ages 10 and 18 would endanger their lives by joining armed forces or rebel groups and become fighting soldiers. The recently published book, Young Soldiers, Why They Choose to Fight by Rachel Brett and Irma Specht, tries to find an answer.

There is no doubt that children fight in most armed conflicts today. While international attention focuses largely on those who are forced into battles, thousands more enlist(应征入伍) voluntarily.

In an attempt to understand the young who take up arms, Brett and Specht interviewed 53 boy and girl soldiers and ex-soldiers from around the world, Afghanistan, Colombia, the Republic of the Congo for example. All interviewees were involved with armed groups before the age of 18 and all classified themselves as volunteers.

What these two field officers heard is “I joined involuntarily—if you have nothing, you volunteer for the army”. Other reasons young people gave are self—defense, revenge, poverty, and unemploy-ment.

But while it is common knowledge that most child soldiers come from poor and disadvantaged backgrounds, Young Soldiers shows that the issue is far more complex. Many poor child do not join the army. The environmental, educational, social, cultural, and highly personal factors determine whether someone decides to join up or not.

The battlefield is not a place children. One young soldier described being there as “too sad an experience”. The authors hope that by understanding why teenagers join up, those child soldiers should know how to discourage others from the same tragedy.

第46题单选Young Soldiers, Why They Choose to Fight is ( )

A.a book

B.a magazine

C.a news report

D.a TV program

参考答案:A

第47题单选 According to Paragraph 3, Brett and Specht’s interviewees ( )

A.join armed forces under 18

B.considered going into the army their duty

C.were only from African countries

D.were mainly the ex-soldiers

参考答案:A

第48题单选 The reasons shown in Young Soldiers for children to join the army are ( )

A.very simple

B.very complex

C.unknown

D.unbelievable

参考答案:B

第49题单选 The writers of Young Soldiers probably expect that ( )

A.child soldiers would leave armed forces

B.they could find more than 53 interviewees

C.no more children would join armed forces

D.there would be no wars in the world

参考答案:C

第50题单选 The tone of the passage is ( )

A.pleasant

B.indifferent

C.humorous

D.objective

参考答案:D

Passage five

It’s interesting that technology often works as a servant for us, yet frequently we become a servant to it. E?mail is a useful tool but many feel controlled by this new vehicle. The average businessperson is getting about 80 e?mails per day and many feel that about 80% of the messages in their “In Box” are of little or no value.

So, I have four suggestions to help you to become better at “Easing E?mail”.

1.Get off the lists. The best way to deal with a problem is to never have it. If you are receiving a lot of unwanted e?mails, ask to be removed from the various lists. This would include your inclusion in unwanted “cc” lists(抄送名单).

2.“Unlisted address”.Just like getting an “unlisted” telephone number that you share only with those whom you want to give direct access, you might want to get a separate e?mail address only for the important communications you wish to receive.

3.Check it once or twice per day.Many I speak with are becoming chained to their email server, monitoring incoming email on a continuous basis. Maybe this is because e?mail creates its own sense of urgency, but most of the communications are not all that urgent. I respond to them a couple of times per day.

4.Deal with it. As you open each e?mail do one of the following:

a.If it requires a quick response, respond to it and delete it.

b.If it requires a response but is not the best use of your time, try to find someone else to do it.

c.If it is going to take any serious amount of time to respond, schedule it for action in your Day Planner and then download the message, save it, or print it out for future action.

I personally receive approximately 250 e?mails per day and by practicing the suggestions above, I can handle that volume in about an hour, taking advantage of this fantastic tool but not being controlled by it to the distraction(分心)of more important tasks in my day.

第51题 The passage is about .

A. how to check e?mails

B. how to collect e?mails

C. how to deal with your daily e?mails

D. how to deal with 80% valueless e?mails

参考答案:C

第52题 If you get unwanted e?mails, the best you can do is to .

A. make a list of them

B. put them into “cc” lists

C. send them to a special address

D. delete them from different lists

参考答案:D

第53题 For the important communications, the writer suggests that you .

A. have a direct access for them

B. have several e?mail servers for them

C. get an unlisted phone number for them

D. get a special e?mail address for them

参考答案:D

第54题 To avoid being chained by the coming e?mails, what you can do is to .

A. respond urgent ones only

B. reply all of them at the same time

C. handle them a couple of times daily

D. keep replying e?mails all day long

参考答案:C

第55题 To deal with an e?mail you get, you can do the following EXCEPT .

A. downloading every e?mail before you reply

B. responding right away if it’s urgent

C. scheduling it for later reply if it takes much time

D. asking someone else to reply it if it’s not at your convenience

参考答案:A

五、Daily Conversation(10 points)Directions:Pick out appropriate expressions from the eight choices below and complete the following dialogues by blackening the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.

根据下面选项回答下面试题:

A.I’ve been invited to a party.Why

B.Yes, but thanks anyway

C.It’s very kind of you to come to see me

D.What about the weather

E.I’d love to

F.I think I’m coming down with the flu

G.Would you join us

H.I’m glad you loue it

第56题

Jane:Are you doing anything special Sunday afternoon

Paul:Yes.__________

参考答案:I think I’m coming down with the flu

第57题

George:You look pale. What’s the matter

Heather:__________.

参考答案:It’s very kind of you to come to see me

第58题

Salma:Well, you look pretty brown—must have been a good holiday.

Kurt:Yes it was—relaxed atmosphere and lots of outdoor stuff, which you know I love!

Salma:__________

Kurt:Oh, quite sunny throughout our stay.

参考答案:I’ve been invited to a party.Why

第59题

Sally: Wow!How nice the room is!

Jim:__________.

参考答案:Yes, but thanks anyway

第60题

Daisy:Fred, why don’t you come and have a picnic with us

Fred:__________. I have long been expecting it.

参考答案:What about the weather

六、Writing(25 points)Directions:For this part, you are supposed to write a notice in about 100-120 words based on the following situation.Remember to writer it clearly.

第61题

你(Li Yuan)的美国朋友Harry在最近的email中提到要带他的父母来华旅游,他们计划去黄山。给他回一封e?mail,内容包括:

(1)欢迎他的父母来中国;

(2)建议可行路线及交通方式;

(3)提醒一些必要的旅行准备(如衣物、药品……);

(4)推荐1至2处其他景点。

参考答案:写作评分标准 1.评分原则: ①本题总分为25分,分五档给分。 ②评分时,先根据文章的内容和语言确定其所属档次,然后根据该档次的具体要求给分。 ③纳入第五档次的作文应取得至少两位阅卷教师的认可。 ④字数不足100和超出120的,酌情扣1分~2分。 ⑤拼写与标点符号的准确性视其对表达的影响程度予以评分。英、美式拼写均可。 ⑥如书写较差,以至影响表达,将分数降低一个档次。 2.评分标准: 第五档 (21分~25分)很好地完成了试题规定的任务。 主题突出;内容充实,层次分明;行文流畅;使用了丰富的语法结构和词汇;基本无语言错误。第四档 (16分~20分)较好地完成了试题规定的任务。 主题明确;内容完整,层次清楚;文字连贯;语法结构有变化,词汇比较丰富;有少量语言错误。第三档 (11分~15分)基本完成了试题规定的任务。 主题尚明确;内容尚完整,有层次;语句较通顺;虽有不少语言错误,但不影响内容表达。第二档 (6分~10分)未能按要求完成试题规定的任务。 主题不明确;内容不完整,层次不清,缺少连贯性;语句欠通顺;有较多的语言错误,影响了内容表达。第一档 (1分~5分)未完成试题规定的任务。 明显跑题;内容贫乏,结构层次混乱;语句不通顺;有严重的语言错误。0分所写的内容与试题要求毫不相关,语句混乱,无法理解。
 

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