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第一部分 听力(共两节，满分 30 分)
第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分)(略)
听下面 5 段对话，每段对话后有一个小题。从题中所给的 A,B,C 三个选项中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。
例： How much is the shirt?
A.£ 19.15 B.£ 9.18 C.£ 9.15
1.What are the speakers talking about?
A.Having a birthday party.
B.Doing some exercise.
C.Getting Lydia a gift.
2.What is the woman going to do?
A.Help the man.
B.Take a bus.
C.Get a camera.
3.What does the woman suggest the man do?
A.Tell Kate，s to stop.
B. Call Kate，s frends.
C.Stay away from Kate.
4.Where does the conversation probably take place?
A.In a wine shop.
B. In a supermarket.
C. In a restaurant.
5.What doer the woman mean?
A.Keep the wondow closed.
B.Go out for fresh air,
C.Turn on the fan.
6.What is the man going to do this summer?
A.Teach a course.
B.Repair his house.
C.Work at a hotel.
7.How will the man use the money?
A. To hire a gardener.
B. To buy books.
C. To pay for a boat trip.
8.What is the probable relationship between the speakers?
9.What does Frank plan to do right after graduation?
A. Work as a programmer.
B. Travel around the world.
C.Start his own business.
10.Why does the woman make the call?
A.To book a hotel room .
B.To ask about the room service.
C.To make changers to a reservation.
11.When will the woman arrive at the hotel?
A.On September 15.
B.On September 16.
C.On September 23.
12.How much will the woman pay for her room per night?
A.9 B.9 C. 9
13.What is the woman’s plan for Saturday?
A.Going shopping B.Going camping. C.Going boating.
14.Where will the woman stay in Keswick?
15.What will Gordon do over the weekend?
A.Visit his friends B.Watch DVDs C.Join the woman.
16.What does the woman think of Gordon’s coming weekend?
A.Relaxed B.Boring. C.Busy.
17.Who is Wang Ming?
A.A student B.An employer. C.An engineer
18. What does the speaker say about the college job market this year?
A.It’s unpredictable B. It’s quite stable C.It’s not optimistic
19.What percentage of student job seekers have found a job by now?
A.20% B.22% C.50%
20.Why are engineering graduates more likely to accept a job?
A.They need more work experience
B.The salary is usually good.
C.Their choice is limited.
例：It is gen to give a child his or her wants
A .however B. whatever C whichever D. whenever
21.It is often the case anything is possible for those who hang on tohope
A.why B what C.as D.that
22.More efforts,as reported, in the years ahead to accelerate the supplyside structional reform
A.are made B.will be made C are being made D.have been made学科&网
23.Many young people,most were well-educated ,headed for remote regions tochase their dreams
A. of which B.of them C.of whom D of those
24.-----Can you tell me your for happiness and a long life?
------Living every day to the full, definitely
A.recipe B.record C. range D. recept
25.He did not easily, but was willing to accept any constructive advice fora worthy cause
A.approach B wrestle C. range D. receipt
26. some people are motivated by a need for success, others are motivatedby a fear of failure
A Because B. If C. Unless D.While
27.If it for his invitation the other day,I should not be here now
A.had not been B.should not be C were not to be D.should not have been
28.In art ,you must the artist has a secret message within
A.to hide B.hidden C . hiding D being hidden
29.Dashan,who crosstalk ,the Chinese comedic tradition,for decades, wantsto mix it up with the Western stand-up tradition
A .will be learning B.is learning C. had been learning D.has beenlearning
30.Many businesses started up by college students have ________thanks tothe comfortable climate for business creation.
A fallen off B. taken off C. turned off D. left off
31. His surveys have provided the most ________ statements of how, and onwhat basis data collected.
A .explicit B. ambiguous C. original D. arbitrary
32. –Only those who have a lot in common can get along well.
----- ________. Opposites sometimes do atract.
A. I hope not B. I think so C. I appreciate that D. I beg to differ
33. Parents should actively urge their children to _____ the opportunity tojoin sports teams.
A. gain adminition to B. keep track of C. take advantage of D. give riseto
34. Not until recently______ the development of tourists activities relatedactivities in the rural area.
A. their had encouraged B. had they encouraged C. did they encourage D.they encouraged
35. – Jack still can’t help being anxious about his job interview.
- Lack of self-confidence is his _____, I am afraid.
Years ago, a critical event ocrrured in my life that would change a foreverI met kurt of success Monvation Incorporation for breakfast. While we were__36__. Kurt asked me,”John, what is your ___37___ for personal growth.”
Never at a loss for words, I tried to find things to my life that __38_forgrowth. I told him about the many activities in which I was ____39___. And Iwent into a ___40____about how hard I worked and the games I was making. I musthave talked for ten minutes. Kurt ___41____patiently ,but then he___42_____smiled and said, “You don’t have a personal plan for growth, doyou?”
“No, I __43_____”
“You know, ” Kurt said simply, “growth is not a(n) ___44____person.”
And that’s when it 45 me,I wasn’t doing anything 46 to make myselfbetter.And at that moment,I made the 47 .I will develop and follow a peramalgrowth plan for my 48 .
That night,I talked to my wife about my 49 with Kart and what I hadlearned,I 50 her the workbook and tapes Kart was sctting.we 51
That Kart wasn’t just trying to make a rule,he was offering a 52 for us tochange our lives and achieve our dream.
Several imporant things happened that day,Fart,we decided to 53 therelceces.But more importantly,we made a commiment to 54 together at acouptle.From that day on,we learned together ,traveled together,and worriedtogether .It was a 55 decidation.While too many couples grow apart,we weregrowing together.
36.A. working B.preparing C.thinking D.seeing
37.A. suggestion B.demand C. plan D.require
38.A.appeal B.look C. call D.qualify
39.A.involved B.trappde C. lost D.bathed
40.A. lecture B.apeech C. discunies D.detute
41.A. calculanted B. C. drink D.explaned
42.A.eagerly B. gradually C. gratefully D.finally
43.A admitted B interrupted C apologized D complained
44.A. automatic B slow C independent D complained
45.A. confused B informed C pleased D hit
46.A .on town B on purpose C on sale D on balance
47. A comment B announcement C decision D arrangement
48. A life B progress C performance D movement
49. A. contract B . conversation C negotiation D argument
50. A. lent B . sold C showed D. offered
51. A. recalled B. defined C. recugninal D. declared
52. A. tool B. method C .way D. rule
53.A.provide B .buy C. give D. deliver
54. A grow B .survive C. move D. gather
55.A difficult B .random C ,firm D. wise
Day school Prohram
Secondary students across Toronto District School Board(TDSB) are invitedto take one or two e-Learning courses on their day school timetable. Studentswill temain on the roll at their day school.
The on-line classroom probides an innovative,relevant and interactiveLearning environment. The courses and on-line classroom are provided by theMinistry of Education
These on-line courses
are taught by TDSB secondary school teachers
are part of the TDSB Student’s timetable;and
appear on the Student’s report upon completion
Benefits of e-Learning
Access to courses that may not be available at his or her TDSB school
Using technology to peobide students with current information;and
assistance to solve timetable conflicts
Is e-Learning for You?
Students who are successful in on-line course are usually;
able to plan,organize time and complete assignments and activities
capable of woeking independently in a responsible and honest manner;and,
able to regularly use a computer or mobile device with internet access
Students need to spend at least as much time with their on-line course workas they would in a face-to-face classroom course
56.E-Learning courses are different from other TDSB courses in that .
A. they are given by best TDSB teachers.
B.they are not on the day school timetable.
C.they are not included on stadents’ reports.
D.they are an addition to TDSB courses.
57.What do students need to do before completing e-learning courses?
A.To learn information technology on-line.
B.To do their assignments independently.
C.To update their mobile devices regularly.
D.To talk face to face with their teachers.
Chimps(黑猩猩) will cooperate in certain ways., like gathering in war partiesto protect their territory. But beyond the minimum requirements as socialbeings,they have little instinct (本能) to help one another. Chimps in the wildseek food for themselves. Even chimp mothers regularly decline to share foodwith their children. Who are able from a young age to gather their own food.
In the laboratory, chimps don’t naturally share food either. If a chimp isput in a cage where he can pull in one plate of food for himself or, with nogreat effort, a plate that also provides food for a neighbor to the next cage,he will pull at random ---he just doesn’t care whether his neighbor gets fed ornot. Chimps are truly selfish.
Human children, on the other hand are extremely corporative. From theearliest ages, they decide to help others, to share information and toparticipate a achieving common goals. The psychologist Michael Tomselle hasstudied this corporativiness in a series of expensive with very young children.He finds that if babies aged 18 months see an worried adult with hands fulltrying to open a door, almost all will immediately try to help.
There are several reasons to believe that the urges to help, inform andshare are not taught .but naturally possessed in young children.One is thatthese instincts appear at a very young age before most parents have started totrain children to behave socially. Another is that the helping behavices are notimproved if the children are remanded.A third reason is that socialintelligenct. Develops in children before their general cognitive(认知的)skills,atleast when compared with chimps..In tests conducted by Tomtasell, the childrendid no better than the chimps on the physical world tests, but were considerablybetter at understanding the social world
The cure of what children’s minds have and chimps’ don’t in what Tomaseflocalls what. Part of this ability is that they can infer what others know or arethinking. But that, even very young children want to be part of a sharedpurpose. They actively seek to be part of a “we”, a group that intends to worktoward a shared goal.
58. what can we learn from the experiment with chimps?
A Chimps seldom care about others’ interests.
B. Chimps tend to provide food for their children.
C. Chimps like to take in their neighbors’ food.
D. Chimps naturally share food with each other.
59. Micheal Tomasello’s tests on young children indicate that they____
A. have the instinct to help others.
B. know how to offer help to adults.
C.know the world better than chimps.
D. trust adults with their hands full
60. The passage is mainly about ____
A. the helping behaviors of young children.
B. ways to train children’s shared intentionality.
C. cooperation as a distinctive human nature.
D. the development of intelligence in children.
El Nifio, a Spanish term for “the Christ child”, was named by SouthAmerican fisherman sho noticed that the global weather pattern, which happensevery two to seven years, reduced the amount of fishes caught around Christmas.El Nifio sees warm water, collected over several years in the western Pacific,flow back eastwards when winds that normally blow westwards weaken, or sometimesthe other way round.
The weather effects both good and bad, are felt in many places. Richcountries gain more from powerful Nifio, on balance, than they lose. A studyfound that a strong Nifio in 1997 helped American’s economy grow by 15 billion,partly because of better agricultural harvest, farmers in the Midwest gainedfrom extra rain. The total rise in agricultural in rich countries in growth thanthe fall in poor ones.
63. The data provided by ODI in Paragragh 4 suggest that ___
A. more investment should go to risk reduction
B. government of poor countries need more aid
C. victims of El Nifio deserver more competition
D. recovery and construction should come first
64. What is the author’s purpose in writing the passage?
A. To introduce El Nifio and its origin
B. To explain the comsequence of El Nifio
C. To show ways of fighting against El Nifio
D. To urge people to prepare for El Nifio
Not so long ago, most people didn’t know who Shelly Ann Francis Pryce wasgoing to become. She was just an average high school athlete. There was everyindication that she was just another American teenager without much of a future.However, one person wants to change this. Stephen Francis observed theneighteen-year-old Shelly Ann as a track meet and was convinced that he had seenthe beginning of true greatness. Her time were not exactly impressive, but evenso, he seemed there was something trying to get out, something the other coacheshad overlooked when they had assessed her and found her lacking. He decided tooffer Shelly Ann a place in his very strict training seasons. Their cooperationquickly produced results, and a few year later at Jaminca’s Olympic games inearly 2008, Shelly Ann, who at that time only ranked number 70 in the world,beat Janimica’s unchallenged queen of the spirnt.
“Where did she come from?” asked an astonished sprinting world, beforeconcluding that she must be one of those one-hit wonders that spiring up fromtime to time, only to disappear again without signs. But Shelly Ann was to provethat she was anything but a one-hit wonder. At the Beijing Olympic she sweptaway any doubts about her ability to perform consistently by becoming the firstJanimica woman ever to win the 100 meters Olympic gold. She did it again oneyear on at the World Championship in Briton, becoming world champion with a timeof the fourth recordever.
In recent years, internet voting has become increasing popular in China.People not only can use part-time votes themselves, but also urge others to votefor competition like the “most beautiful reaches” and the “Cutest Baby”.
Li Ping, a high school student, is invited to vote in the “Best PoliceOfficer” competition, organized by the local government to let the public have abetter understanding of police officers’ hardly work, Li Ping visits the websiteand reads all the stories. He is deeply moved by their glorious deeds. He isalready thinking of becoming a policeman himself in the future.
Su Hua is invited by his uncle to vote for his cousin in the “FutureSinger” competition. He has already received three similar invitations thisweek. His uncle tells him that if his cousin wins the competition, the familywill win an overseas tour for free. Su Hua likes his cousin very much, but hefinds other singers perform even better. To vote, or not to vote? This is aquestion that troubles him very much.
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