第一部分：阅读理解（共两节，满分 40 分）
第一节（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分）
阅读下列短文，从每题所给的A、B、C 和D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项。
Chamber Orchestra: The Orchestra plays at Memorial Hall at 1406 Elm Street, which offers several concerts from March through June.Call 723-1182 for moreinformation.
Symphony Orchestra: At Music Hall and Riverbend. For ticket sales, call 381-3300. Regular season runs September through May at Music Hall in summer at Riverbend.
Opera at Music Hall: 1243 Elm Street.The season runs June through August, with additional performances in March and September. The Opera honors Enjoy the Arts membership discounts. Phone:241-2742.
CollegeConservatoryofMusic (CCM): Performancesareonthe maincampus(校园) ofthe university, usually at Patricia Cobbett Theater. CCM organizes a variety of events, including CCM’s Philharmonic Orchestra, and various groups of musicians presenting Baroque through modern music. Students with ID cards can attend the events for free. A free schedule of events for each term is available by calling the box office at556-4183.
Riverbend Music Theater: 6295 Kellogg Ave. Large outdoor theater with the closest seats under cover (price difference). Big name shows all summer long! Phone: 232-6220.
21.When can you go to a concert by ChamberOrchestra？
22.Which number should you call if you want to see anopera？
D. 232-6220. 23.Where can students go for free performances with their IDcards？
D. Riverbend Music Theater.
24.How is Riverbend Music Theater different from the otherplaces？
A.It offers membershipdiscounts.
B.It gives shows all yearround.
C.It has seats in the openair.
In 1971 a young man who grew up very poor was travelling across the country, trying to make a new start for himself. Along the way he had completely run out of money and was forced to spend the night in his car. This continued until one morning, after a week of sleeping in his car, he walked nervously into a restaurant and ordered a big breakfast.
After eating his first good meal in weeks, he found himself lying to the waiter, telling him he had lost his wallet. The waiter, who was also the owner, walked behind the chair where the young man had been sitting. He bent down, and came up with a $20 bill that looked as if it had fallen on the floor and said, “Son, you must have dropped this.” The youn g man couldn’t believe his luck! He quickly paid for the breakfast, left a tip, bought gas with the change, and headed west.
On the way out of town, he began to understand what the owner did . “Maybe nobody dropped the money at all. Maybe that fellow just knew I was in trouble and he helped me inawaythatdidn’t embarrass（使尴尬）me. SoIjustmadeapromisetohelp otherpeopleif Ican.”
at Christmas time each year, he personally hands money out to those on the street and at restaurants. Last year, he gave more than $50,000 away in Kansas City.
25.The young man was travelling across the country in1971to .
A. look for agoodrestaurant
B. improve hislife
C. show his new cartoothers
D. hand outdollars
26.T heunderlined sentence implies(暗指）thatthe youngmangottoknowthat
A.the owner helped him in a way that didn’t hurt hisfeeling
B.it was very honest of the owner to return hismoney
C.it was very lucky of him to get his lost moneyback
D.another person who had breakfast in the restaurant lost themoney
27.From the end of the passage we canlearn that .
A.the owner was paid back the money
B.the man was not successful in theend
C.theman did carryout（履行）his promise
D.Santa gives the man money eachyear
28.The main idea of the storyis“”.
A.Doing is better thansaying
B.Where there is a will, there is away
C.He who travels far knowsmuch
D.Givelovewings(翅膀）andit may flyhigher
In the United States, when one becomes rich, he wants people to know it. And even if he doesn’t become very rich, he wants people to think that he is. That is what“keepingup with the Joneses ”is about. It is the story of someone who tried to look as rich as his neighbors.
The expression was first used in 1913 by a young American called Arthur Momand. He told this story about himself. He began earning $ 125 a week at the age of 23. That was a lot of money in those days. He got married and moved with his wife to a very rich neighborhood outside New York City. When he saw that rich people rode horses, Momand went horseback riding every day. When he saw that rich people had servants, Momand and his wife also hired a servant and gave big parties for their new neighbours.
It was like a race, but one could never finish his race because one was always trying to keep up with. The race ended for Momand and his wife when they could no longer pay for their new way of life. They moved back to an apartment in New YorkCity.
Momand looked around him and noticed that many people do things just to keep up with rich lifestyle of their neighbors. He saw the funny side of it and started to write a series of short stories. He called it “Keeping up with the Joneses” because “Jones” is a very common name in the United States. “Keeping up with the Joneses” came tomean keepingupwithrichlifestyleofthepeoplearoundyou.Momand’sseriesappearedin
different newspapers across the country for over 28 years.
People never seem to get tired of keeping up with the Joneses. And there are “Joneses in every city of the world. But one must get tired of trying to keep up with the Joneses because no matter what one does, Mr. Jones always seems to beahead.
29.Some people want to keep up with the Jonesesbecausethey .
A.want to be as rich as their neighbours
B.want others to know or to think that they arerich
C.don’t want others to know they are rich
D.want to be happy
30.Itcanbeinferred(推断)fromthe storythatrichpeopleliketo .
A. live outside NewYorkCity
B. live in New Yorkcity
D. have manyneighbors
31.Arthur Momand used the name“Jones”in his series of shortstories
A. an importantname
B. a popular name in the UnitedStates
C. hisneighbor’s name
D. not a goodname
About ten men in every hundred suffer from color blindness in someway. Womenare luckier:onlyaboutone intwohundred isaffected (影响）in thismatter. Perhaps, after all，it is safer to be driven by awoman!
There are different forms of color blindness. In some cases a man may not
be able to see deep red. He may think that red, orange and yellow are allshadows
（阴影）ofgreen.Sometimesapersoncannot tellthe difference between blueand
green. In rare cases an unlucky man may see everything in shades of green——a strange world indeed.
Color blindness in human beings is a strange thing to explain. In a single
eye there are millions of very small things called “cones”. These help us to see
in a bright light and to tell difference between colors. There are also millions of “rods”, but these are used for seeing when it is near dark. They show us shape but no color.
Someinsects（昆虫) have favoritecolors. Mosquitoes (蚊子）prefer bluetoyellow.
A red light will not attract insects, but a blue lamp will.In a similar way the humans also have favorite colors. Yet we are lucky. With the help of the cones
in our eyes we can see many beautiful colors in the day, and we can see shapes
at night. Somedaywe mayevenlearnmore abouttheinvisible（看不见的）colors aroundus.
32.Why do some people say it is safer to be driven bywomen?
A.Women are morecareful.
B.There are fewer color-blindwomen
C.Women are fonder of driving thanmen.
D.Women are weaker but quicker inthinking.
33.According to the passage, with the help of the “cones”,wecan.
B. see in a weaklight
D. tell difference between colors
34.Which of the statements about color-blind people istrue?
A.Not all of them have the same problem in recognizingcolor.
B.None of them can see deepred.
C.None of them can tell the difference between blue andgreen.
D.All of them see everything in shades ofgreen.
35.We can attract and kill mosquitoes byusinga .
第二节：七选五（共5 小题，每小题2 分共10 分）
Studying longer does not necessarily mean studying better.36 Below are some great ways of learning as much as you can without getting too stressed
Find the right place to study.
The first thing you need to do is avoid distractions (分散注意力的事物) while studying.
37 You should keep away from television sets and phone calls. Get all of your study materials together, so you will not be interrupted in the middle of your session.
Break down the tasks into smaller parts.
When you have gotten everything ready, list the items you need to study, and arrange them across several hours or days, depending on how big your load is. As a general rule, assign ( 分配) at least one hour to each subject. 38 By doing this, you will be able to know more easily how long you need for each topic.
Schedule study breaks.
Whenyouhavelistedallofyourtasksandmadeaschedule, youshouldarrange (安排) study breaks. 39 This will give your eyes some time to rest, and yourself a chance to go to the bathroom or have some coffee. Scheduled breaks will reduce the need for you to interrupt yourself to the lowest level during the studysession.
40 Just in case you run out of time to study, or if you think you do not have enough time to cover all topics, you should study in anorder.
A.Each break may take about 15 minutes every twohours.
B.Learn to arrange the subjects in order ofimportance.
C.This means going to one place that will give you peace andquiet.
D.The key to efficient studying is following the schedulestrictly.
E.You can find a way to test your knowledge by having a studypartner. he is hurt and is too 51 for me. Would you please help me to get him back into his wheelchair?”
Hearing his words, the angry driver tried to52 . He followed the boy to find his brother and lifted the young man back into the wheelchair. He took out his handkerchief and wiped the scrapes(檫伤）and cuts , checking to see that53was okay .
“Thank you, sir !”the 54 child said .The man then watched the little boy 55
his brother towards their home .
It was a long, slow walk back to his car. After that, he 56repaired the side door . He kept the dent( 凹痕）to57 him not to go through life so fast that someone has to throw a brick at you to attract your 58 .
Lifewhispers(小声说）inyoursouland speakstoyour heart,59, whenyoudon’t have the time to listen, life throws a brick at your head. It’s your60 : Listen to the whispers of your soul or wait for the brick .
F. If you have a broad subject, you will need to break it down into smaller parts. 41. A. turn around B. speed up C. slow down D. break down
G. To make the best use of your time, you need to learn how to study efficiently (高效地). 42. A. passed B. stopped C.crashed D. broke
第二部分：完形填空（共 20 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分）43. A. bag B. brick C.basket D. glass
A young manager was driving his new car down a street fast. He thought when he saw 44. A. where B. that C.which D. what something , hewould 41 . 45. A. thrown B. shot C.put D. placed As hiscar42 , one child appeared , anda 43 smashed (撞击）intotheside 46. A. kicked B. caught C.hit D. patted door ofhiscar. He pressed(踩下）thebrake（刹车）anddrovethecarbackto 44 the brick 47. A. said B. continued http://www.doczj.com/doc/c26122636.html,manded D. requested hadbeen 45 . 48. A. take B. cost C.spend D. pay He jumped out of the car and 46 the kid , shouting ,“What was that all about and49. A. begged B. smiled C.nodded D. laughed who are you ?” He 47 ,“That’s a new car and that brick you threw would 48 much 50. A. horse B. bike C.car D. wheelchair money. Why did you do it?”51. A. special B. important C.heavy D. necessary “Please, sir ! I’m sorry. I didn’t know what else I can do!” 49 theyoungster（少52. A. calm down B. settle down C. bring down D. get down 年）.“It’smy elder brother,”hesaid. “He fellout ofhis 50 . I can’t lift him up because 53. A. something B. anything C.everything D. nothing
54. A.naughty B.frightened C.grateful D. brave
55. A.carry B. push C.drag D.pull
56. A. never B. frequently C. seldom D. ever
57. A. remind B. force C. make D. allow
58. A. impression B. permission C. attention D. mind
59. A. Meanwhile B. Sometimes C. Therefore D. Moreover
60. A. plan B. skill C. goal D. choice
语法填空（共10 小题，每小题1.5 分，共15 分）
In Canada, volunteering is extremely common among people of all ages. They believe that being helpful is one of the most important 61 (quality) to have. There are many forms of voluntary work and many opportunities to help everywhere, 62 （include) schools or people's gardens.
I'm volunteering for a base 63 (help) the teachers there. I'm in charge of a preschool class, 64 the students are aged from 3 to 6. When I first started, I was quite nervous as I'd never worked with little kids before. As time went on, I 65 (become) more familiar with them. One teacher asked me to help the 66 (young) girl in the class draw a picture 67 (base) on the word "grateful". As I was drawing and talking with her,I
68 (gradual) felt warm and peaceful, and I realized 69 was not so difficult to work with children. When the class was over, I felt really excited and even a bit proudof
70 I had done. It is a great way to develop social skills and valuable experience for myfuture.
第一节短文改错（共10 小题，每小题1 分，满分10 分）
(2)只允许修改10 处，多者（从第11 处起）不计分。
In my opinion, learning English, especially spoken English, are of great importance. It can help us to see more about world. Last term, to improve the students’ spoken English, our school asked a foreign teacher to teaching us English, which made me so exciting. Her name is Jane and she is a very kindness person. Last Christmas, she gave to me a surprise. She brought us some cake that were made by himself. We enjoyed ourselves and listen to the stories about Christmas. It was real a special festival for us and I learned a lot about this festival fromJane.
﹑碑林（Forests of Steles）﹑the ancient walls等，以便更多地了解中国的历史和文化。