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考试时间:120 分钟 满分:150 分

第 I 卷(选择题)

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)

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


1.When will the next bus be here?

A. At about 11:00.

B. At about 11:05.

C. At about 11:15.

2.What can we learn about the accident?

A. Two trucks flipped over on the freeway.

B. The injured people were taken to hospital quickly.

C. Three people got hurt in the accident.

3.Where will the woman probably visit?

A. Times Square.

B. The Rockefeller Center.

C. The Empire State


4.Where was the woman born?

A. In Chicago.

B. In New York.

C In Phoenix.

5.Where does the conversation take place most probably?

A. At the airport.

B .In a drug store.

C. In a bookshop.

第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分)

听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中


每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。

听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。

6.Who is ill?

A. Max.

B. Cara.

C. Clifford.

7.When will the man go to the hospital?

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A. Now.

B. Later.

C. This weekend.

听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题

8.What time is it probably?

A. At 8:00 am.

B. At 12:00 noon.

C. At 8:00 pm.

9.How many baseball caps does the woman's brother have?

A. Eighteen.

B .Fourteen.

C. Eight.

听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。

10.What are the speakers talking about?

A. A flat.

B. The surroundings of their flat. C. Their living


11.What can we learn about the living room?

A. It is very small.

B. It is filled with sunshine.

C .It is new and

well equipped.

12.What does the man suggest to make up for the small bedroom?

A. Buying some new furniture. B. Putting their things in the kitchen. C. Putting

their things on the balcony.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。

13.How many items of clothing does the dry cleaner advise to be dry–cleaned?

A. Three.

B. Four.

C. Five.

14.How did the man's wife wash the sweaters?

A. By hand.

B. By washing machine.

C. By dry cleaning.

15.What did the man get on the white shirt?

A. Coffee.

B. Sugar.

C. Juice.

16.What do we know about washing woolen sweaters?

A. They should be washed in cold water.

B. They always fade gradually.

C. They will shrink after dry-cleaning.

听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。

17.What can we learn about the speaker?

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A. She is afraid of her brother.

B. She used to depend on her brother.

C. She got along very well with her brother in the past.

18.What happened to the speaker on the school bus ten years ago?

A. Her brother knocked her lunch box onto the floor.

B. Her brother left her there, sleeping.

C .Her brother took her to the bus garage.

19.How old is the speaker now?




20.What did the girl do when she finally got home?

A. She told her mother what happened on the school bus.

B. She didn't say anything.

C. She asked her brother to take better care of her.

第二部分 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)


The London Book Fair 2017 will take place from June 12 to April 14 at the grand Olympia,

West London. This guide aims to make your visit to London as enjoyable as possible.

●Getting to Olympia, London


Olympia is the only venue(集合地)in London with a rail station—Kensington. It’s

served by the London

National Rail networks. A further 5 underground lines are connected; only a short

walk away.

Visit for more information.


If you are traveling by car, it is best to book your car parking in advance through

the office at 020 75982515,or


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London has an extraordinary range of restaurant and bar options featuring incredible food and drink. For a ●Hotel

●What’s on Make the most of your time in London by experiencing everything it has to offer—films,
theatre, art, clubs, shops stay in our amazing city. ●Terms Tickets are available for purchase online only until 9:00 a.m. Friday, June
6,2017.Once the payment has been accepted, you can download and print your ticket. After June 6,tickets will be available at the Ticket Box Office. Remember to show your ticket at the entrance. 21.To book car-parking service for LBF 2017,visitors can_____.

C. give a call at 020 7598 2515

D. go to the Ticket Box Office

22.Tickets for the LBF 2017_____.

A. are available online on June 10

B. will be checked at the entrance

C. can only be bought at the ticket office

D. will be emailed to you after


23.Where can you find information about the latest films?

B Growing ups I always envied my friends who lived in one town in their whole lives. Coming from a military family makes this impossible. My brothers and I soon found that if we didn’t like a place we lived in, we’d soon be moving to a new place. Through all the ups and downs, I now realize that everything I’ve done, seen, and learned has made me into the person I am today.
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The field day was the best day ever created. Being good at sports which 1 had done together with parents seemed to help me find my position at a new school. Despite the hot weather in San Antonio, Texas, I had to take outdoor activities. Sometimes we ?took the family mountain biking after school. My brothers and I were arranged to join in the swim team and practice yoga. These are the things I remember about my childhood. Now I thank my parents for teaching me these vital principles, which I will have with me the rest of my life.

24. What caused the author to envy some of her friends when she was young?

A. Her growing up like a boy.

B. Her family’s frequent moving.

C. Her busy school life.

D. Her strict parents.

25. Why did the author mention the field day in Paragraph 2?

A. To show her hard childhood.

B. To show her hobby in sports.

C. To show her satisfactory family life.

D. To show her parents’ influence

on her.

26. What resulted in the author’s change in junior high school?

A. Her constantly being good to others.

B. Her obeying her principles strictly.

C. Some girls’ improper judgment on here D. Some girls’ refusing to make friends

with her.

27. What may be the best title for the text?

A. Running for my life

B. My happy childhood

C. My parents’ regulations

D. Loving outdoor sports


The aye-aye, in the same family as people, monkeys and apes, is about 40 cm

long, with a bushy tale about the same length as the body. The dark brown fur is long

and woolly, giving the animal a rather shaggy(蓬松的) appearance. They are found only

on Madagascar, an island off the coast of Africa. It lives in the tropical forests

in the east and north of Madagascar.

The aye-aye is mostly arboreal(栖息在树上的), but is sometimes seen walking

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on the ground. It’s active during the night, looking around in the trees for food.

The aye-aye is actually the largest primate(灵长类动物) active during the night. Large

eyes help the aye-aye find its way about at night. During the day, the aye-aye sleeps

in a nest in a tree. Aye-ayes spend almost the whole night travelling about and feeding.

Aye-ayes live alone. Sometimes pairs are seen, but basically little is about

their lives. They don’t clap and cling to trees like primates. They move about on

all four legs. They occasionally make brief cries but are silent. Worms inside dead

wood form the largest part of the aye-aye diet. The aye-aye also feeds on fruit, eggs,

and bamboo shoots.

The front feet of the aye-aye are unique. All the toes are long and thin, but

the third is exceptionally long. The aye-aye taps on the tree trunk and listens for

movement as it searches places "‘here worms might-be located. It bites at the tree

to make homes. then it uses its third finger to reach inside and hook out worms, The

front teeth of the aye-aye grow continuously and are worn down by its eating at bark

in its search for worms.

Aye-ayes are close to be gone or totally gone. Because of deforestation (伐

木), or forest destruction, the animals have therefore been forced to eat villagers’

crops, and many aye-ayes have been killed while doing In addition. some people on

Madagascar believe that seeing an aye-aye is a sign that someone close to them will

die, so they kill the animals on sight.

28. According to the first paragraph, the aye


A. looks colorful.

B. has a hairless tail.

C. likes the hot places.

D. sounds like monkeys.

29. The aye-aye’s third finger is

A. mainly to make holes big enough

B. reach into the hole for food

C. rood help walk fast on the ground

D. ground get the animals to fix on

the tree

30. What are reducing the number of aye-ayes?

A. People’s activities.

B. Environment changes.

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C. Global warming. 31. What is the purpose of the passage? A. To protect the aye-ayes. C. To make the aye-ayes live better.

D. Environmental protection.
B. To stop forests being destroyed. D. To introduce the aye-ayes.

Too much use of modern technology can be damaging not only to a person’s mind, but to their social relationship. 1100 adults were interviewed during the research. More than 62 per cent of them admitted that they were addicted to checking their e-mails and text messages so often that they scrutinized work-related ones even when at home or on holiday. Half said that they always responded immediately to an email and will even interrupt a meeting to do so. It is concluded that infomania is increasing stress and anxiety and affecting one’s characteristics. Nine out of ten thought that colleagues who answered e-mails or messages during a face-to-face meeting were extremely rude.
The effects on IQ were studied by Dr Glenn Wilson, a psychologist at University of London. “This is a very real and widespread phenomenon,” he said. “We have found that infomania will damage a worker’s performance by reducing their mental sharpness and changing their social life. Companies should encourage a more balanced and appropriate way of working.” 32. We can learn from the passage that “infomania” ______.
A. has a positive influence on one’s IQ B. results in the change of part of the brain C. lies in the problem of lack of concentration D. is caused by too much use of modern technology 33. The research mentioned in the passage is most probably about ______. A. the important function of advanced technology B. the damage to one’s brain done by unhealthy habits
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C. the relevance between IQ and use of modern technology D. the relationship between intelligence and working effectiveness 34. The underlined word “scrutinized” probably means “______”. A. examined carefully B. copied patiently C. corrected quickly D. admitted freely 35. What is the main idea of this passage?
B. The regular use of text messages and e-mails can harm your IQ. C. Modern technology can damage a person’s mind. D. Electronic messages have side effects on the user’s life. 第二节 (共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 I don't think I need to tell you that reading is good for you. Unfortunately, most people don't read. Sometimes, people do want to read, but can never seem to find the time. 36 Have a goal. Some people set goals for themselves like reading one book a week. You can start by reading a book a month, or a book every two months even. It's up to you, whatever floats your boat. 37 Apply a little pressure. You can have a reading partner. Set something up between both of you like what book you're going to read and when to see your promise through. 38 The return date gives you a sense of pressure to finish your book by a certain deadline.
39 If you're determined and willing, use every possible moment to bury yourself in the art of the written word. On the bus. On the subway. On your lunch break. Or at the gym. You won't regret it, I promise! Take action right away.
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40 We will make up all kinds of excuses not to do it. Not get out of bed. Not clean the house...At these moments, the trick to avoiding this mental block is to just pick up the book and read! Once you start reading, it's quite difficult to stop!
A. Start with great determination. B. Read whenever and wherever you can. C. You may find it easy to take action immediately. D. You can also borrow books from your local library. E. Goals can always keeps you focused to get the job done. F. If you are one of them, well my friends, this post is for you. G. Sometimes the thing preventing us from reading is our mind. 第三部分 英语知识运用 (共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 完形填空(共 20 小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) As I turned off one of the main roads the other day, I noticed something unusual in the parking lot .There’s a wide grassy land in front of their parking lot, where people often put up 41 announcing their yard on sale, That’s what was happening that day, but the 42 in front of me was worthy of a double-take(恍然大悟) A man in a suit was 43 a sign into the ground and a homeless man was 44 the sign while he hammered. I was 45 by how the two men looked so 46 .one with a soldier suit, snowy white shirt, but the other with 47 48 in the wind. And then the 49 humanity of the moment hit me. So many times we 50 homeless people and all we see is just homeless people. But on this day, I saw the kindness of a man who walked over to help someone. The moment really 51 me, and it was a fresh reminder to look 52 the outward appearance and see the person instead. A friend and I had the 53 a few years ago to write a study guide to a book. It’s an amazing book. That was evident from the first page when I read the dedication (题 词)and it 54 ,“To Titus, who taught me to cheer for humanity.” Wow, 55 _more of us did that? Can you imagine the 56 it would make in our world? In one of the chapters, Sammy tells about sitting in large crowds at places, like
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shops and airports, and 57 for humanity. It does 58 59 60 and a helping


41. A. signals

B. signs

C. hammers

D. lots

42. A. sight

B. sale

C. scenery

D. view

43. A. burying

B. twisting

C. knocking



44. A. holding

B. measuring

C. painting

D. protecting

45. A. seized

B. occupied

C. stuck



46. A. alike

B. opposite

C. careful



47. A. traditional

B. ordinary

C. broken

D. ragged

48. A. fortunately

B. desperately

C. wildly

D. frequently

49. A. holy

B. merciful

C. wise



50. A. give away

B. ask for

C. depend on

D. look at

51. A. upset

B. bothered

C. touched



52. A. beyond

B. around

C. with

D. against

53 A. trouble

B. deadline

C. tendency



54. A. put

B. said

C. spoke

D. writes

55. A. what if

B. but if

C. as if


only if

56. A. appointment

B. discrimination

C. difference

D. reform

57. A. paying

B. scolding

C. looking



58. A. record

B. enlarge

C. change

D. resist

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59. A. fight

B. care

C. cheat



60. A. growth

B. concern

C. reputation

D. authority


第三部分 英语知识运用 (共两节,满分 45 分)

第二节 (共 10 小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分)

阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1 个单词)或括号里单词的正确形式。

In the USA the high school graduation ceremony is of great 61 (important).

12th-grade students, or seniors, who are about 17 or 18 years old, look forward to

62 (attend) this event.

The graduation ceremony itself takes place at the end of May or beginning of June,

63 usually includes music, awards, and a guest speaker. After the speeches, students

walk to the front of the room to receive their diplomas from the headmaster. Students

start preparing for graduation a long time 64 it happens. They order rings

designed 65 (especial) for their class.

66 tradition is to have their photographs taken. These photographs are used for

the class yearbook, which is a 67 (print) book about all the students in the school.

Students have special cards called announcements to send to friends and relatives

to tell them about their graduation. The cards often include 68 invitation to

the ceremony. If you receive it, you should send a present 69 money to the graduate.

A few weeks ahead of the ceremony, the students 70 (measure) for the cap that

they will wear at the ceremony. After the ceremony, families usually have graduation

parties for friends and relatives. It’s a day and a night that high school seniors

remember for a long time.

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)

The teenage year from 13 to 19 were the most difficult time for me . They were

also the best and worse years in my life . At the first, I thought I knew everything

and could make decisions by yourself. However, my parents didn’t seem to think such.

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They always tell me what to do and how to do it. At one time, I even felt my parents

couldn’t understand me so I hoped I could be freely from them. I showed them I was

independent by wear strange clothes. Now I am leaving home to college. At last, I

will be on my own, but I still want to have my parents to turn to whenever need help.

第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分)


你围绕“A good relationship benefits us all”这个话题,根据以下要点,用英语写一篇

100-120 词的短文。文章必须包括下列要点:1.建立良好的师生关系的必要性; 2.你认为良

好的师生关系应该是怎样的; 3.如何才能建立这种关系。


A good relationship benefits us all

As a middle school student, I think it necessary to build a good relationship

with our teachers,_______________




听力 1-5 BBCBB 6-10 CCBCA 11-15 BABBC 16-20 ABBAB

阅读 21-23 CBA 24-27 BDCA 28-31 CBAD 32-35 DCAB

36-40 FEDBG

完形 41-45 BACAD 46-50 BDCAD 51-55 CADBA 56-60 CDCBB


61. importance 62. attending 63. which 64. before 65. especially

66. Another 67. printed 68. an

69. or 70. are measured

短文改错 The teenage year from 13to 19 were the most difficult time for me. They were years

also the best and worse years in my life. At the first, I thought I knew everything

and could make decisions by yourself . However, my parents didn’t seem to think such .



They always tell me what to do and how to do it. At one time, I ever felt my parents told

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couldn’t understand me so I hoped I could be freely from them. I showed them I was free

independent by wear strange clothes. Now I am leaving home to college. At last,



I will be on my own, but I still want to have my parents to turn to whenever ? need I


A good relationship benefits us all

As a middle school student, I think it necessary to build a good relationship

with our teachers, for it is the teachers who show love and concern for us students

in study and life. We students can always seek support and advice from them, from

which we benefit and learn a great deal.

In this case, an ideal relationship between teachers and students is very

important. In my opinion, this relationship should be one filled with love, care,

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