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— Can I look at other dresses before I decide which one I’d like to buy?

— Of course. ___________.

A.Have a good time

B.Enjoy yourself

C.Take your time

D.It doesn’t matter

 

 

第二节 书面表达(满分25分)

假如你是小华,你的美国朋友Jane又给你来信了,经过了一个学期,她非常关心你目前的学习状况,特别是英语学习。请你用英语给Jane写一封100字左右的回信,要包含以下要点:

1. 与老师和同学相处很愉快。

2. 逐渐适应了高中阶段的学习生活。

3. 热爱英语学习,也很努力, 在学习英语方面取得了一些进步。

4. 虽然仍有一些困难,比如语法,但是对未来的学习充满信心。

注意:信件的开头和结尾已经给出,不计入字数。可适当补充细节。

Dear Jane,

     I’m very glad to hear from you.

                                                                               

                                                                                 

Please write to me soon and tell me all about yourself.

Yours,

  Xiao Hua

 

 

第四部分 写作(共两节,满分35分)

短文填词(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

阅读下面短文,根据以下提示:1)汉语提示,2)首字母提示,3)语境提示,在每个空格内填入一个适当的英语单词,并将该词完整地写在右边相对应的横线上。所填单词要求意义准确,拼写正确。

Canadian singer and song writer, Alanis Morissette,                

is used to b________  in the public eye. Her album                    1. ______________

Jagged Little Pill made her world f_____________. Last Thursday         2._______________

night, hundreds of fans went to England to see her p_______________      3. ______________

in concert. Although it was _____________(极其) cold, there was not      4. ______________

an empty seat. The first part of the song “Utopia” was f__________ with    5. ______________

anger, ______ the last part was joyful. The audience enjoyed the concert    6. ______________

very much. They ________ along to nearly every song.                  7. ______________

_________(整个) the concert, the atmosphere was exciting. Everyone agreed 8. ______________

that they were greatly ______(打动) by her brilliant music and singing.     9. ______________

She _________the evening with a new song about the life of a superstar.   10. ______________

 

 

St Paul’s Cathedral

Ludgate Hill, EC4

Underground: St Paul’s; Bus: 6,8,11,15,22,25

Open: Daily 8:00—19:00 (17:00 from Oct. to Mar.) . Entrance free

Designed by the great architect, Sir Christopher Wren, St Paul’s Cathedral was built following the Great Fire of London of 1666, which destroyed the gothic cathedral on the site at that time. It is crowned by a magnificent dome and its choir (唱诗班) is internationally famous. Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer were married here in 1981.

Buckingham Palace

South end of the Mall (SW1)

Underground: St. James’s Park, Victoria, Hyde Park Corner, Green Park; Bus: 2, 11, 14, 16, 19, 22, 24, 29, 30, 38, 52, 73, 74, 137

Buckingham Palace is the official residence of the monarch (君主) for much of the year. (When the monarch is in residence, a flag flies over the palace.) The Mall is a very impressive wide street, leading from Buckingham Palace to Trafalgar Square.

Note: As the palace is the monarch’s official residence, it is not open to the public.

The Tower of London

Tower Hill, EC3

Underground: Tower Hill; Bus: 42, 78

Open: Mon—Sat.9

Parts of the Tower of London are over nine centuries old, as building began under William the Conqueror in 1078. Famous as a prison in the distant past, the Tower has also been a royal residence, a zoo and an observatory, among other things. It is now a museum and many thousands of people visit it every year in particular to see the Crown Jewels.

Westminster Abbey

Broad Sanctuary, SW1

Underground: Westminster, St James’s Park; Bus: 3, 11, 12, 24, 29, 39, 53, 59, 76, 77, 88, 109, 155, 168, 170, 172, 184, 503

Open: Daily 8:00—18:00 (Mar.—Dec, Tuesday till 20:00)

Entrance free

A Benedictine abbey which already existed on the site was rebuilt by Edward the Confessor and consecrated in 1065. On the way to its present form, the abbey was extended in the 13th—16th centuries, with the two west towers being added in the 18th. There are many famous tombs in the abbey, including that of the unknown Warrior and those of many poets and writers.

71. These texts are most probably taken from ______.

A. a history book about London

B. a guidebook for visitors to London

C. a book about London’s churches and cathedrals

D. a book describing London’s development

No.11 bus can take you to all three of these places:

A. St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and the Tower of London

B. St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace

C. St Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower of London and Buckingham Palace

D. Westminster Abbey the Tower of London and Buckingham Palace

73. You can see the inside of all the buildings except ______.

A. St Paul’s Cathedral                                 B. The Tower of London

C. Westminster Abbey                               D. Buckingham Palace

74.If you travel by Underground, you can visit two places by getting off at one station. What are the two places?

A. Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey

B. Buckingham Palace and St Paul’s Cathedral

C. Westminster Abbey and the Tower of London

D. The Tower of London and St Paul’s Cathedral

75.Among these four famous buildings, _____ is (are) free of charge.

A. The Tower of London

B. Buckingham Palace

C. Westminster Abbey and St Paul’s Cathedral

D. The Tower of London and St Paul’s Cathedral

 

 

                               One of the most popular American singers of the twentieth century was Elvis Presley. He made the rock ”n” roll music popular all over the world, He sold millions of records and made many successful films, and he helped change the direction of popular music in the 1960s.

         Elvis Presley was born in a poor family in 1935, His parents were simple country people who often took him to church, where he learned to sing, and he never forgot the kind of songs that he used to sing in church as a child.

         When he was young, Elvis moved from Toledo to Memphis in Tennessee, where he attended high school, but he was not a good student, His only real interest was singing. He began to sing in the style that is called “country and western”.

         In 1955 he recorded some songs for his mother’s birthday. The people at the recording studio liked his singing and his music. It was country and western music, but it also sounded a little like the music which black people used to sing in the American South. It was called “blues”.

         Shortly after that, Elvis met Tom Parker, who became his manager and arranged (安排) concerts for him across the United States and new recordings as well. Soon Elvis became famous around the country. Later Elvis went to Hollywood and began to appear in films such as Love Me Tender and King Creole.

         But Elvis found it difficult to live with success. Like many other famous people, He began to take drugs and his health started to suffer. When he died at an early age of 42 in 1977,his many millions of fans were shocked, “The King Is Dead!” the newspaper said, But today his memory and his music live on and will always be remembered as the King of Rock “n” roll.

66. From the passage, we can see________________.

         A. the church songs didn’t help Elvis develop his own style

         B. Elvis forgot his church music at a later age

         C. Elvis didn’t get any help from his parents

         D. the church songs helped Elvis’ development in his singing

67. Who was Tom Parker?

         A. A manager of a bank                                        B. A famous singer

         C. Elvis’ manager                                                   D. Elvis’ best friend since childhood

68. What caused Elvis’ death?

         A. His singing too much                                        B. His taking the drugs

         C. His parent’s death                                            D. Tom Parker’s help

69. What was Elvis’ music style like most?

         A. Only country and western

         B. Only country and blues

         C. Both western and church music

         D. Not only country and western but also a bit “blues”

70. Which is the right order of Elvis’ life?

         a. Elvis learned to sing at church

         b. Elvis gave concerts all across America

         c. Elvis recorded some songs for his mother’s birthday

         d. Tom Parker became his manager

         e. Elvis went to high school in Memphis

         f. Elvis was born in Toledo

         A. f; a; e; c; d; b                                                       B. f; a; c; e; d; b

         C. f; e; a; d; b; c                                                       D. f; e; a; c; d; b

 

 

I was in a rush as always, but this time it was for an important date I just couldn’t be late for! I found myself at a checkout counter behind an elderly woman seemingly in no hurry as she paid for her groceries. A PhD student with not a lot of money, I had hurried into the store to pick up some flowers. I was in a huge rush, thinking of my upcoming evening. I did not want to be late for this date.

We were in Boston, a place not always known for small conversation between strangers. The woman stopped unloading her basket and looked up at me. She smiled. It was a nice smile—warm and reassuring—and I returned her gift by smiling back.

“Must be a special lady, whoever it is that will be getting those beautiful flowers,” she said.

“Yes, she’s special,” I said, and then to my embarrassment, the words kept coming out. “It’s only our second date, but somehow I am just having the feeling she’s ‘the one’.” Jokingly, I added, “The only problem is that I can’t figure out why she’d want to date a guy like me.”

“Well, I think she’s very lucky to have a boyfriend who brings her such lovely flowers and who is obviously in love with her,” the woman said. “My husband used to bring me flowers every week—even when times were tough and we didn’t have much money. Those were incredible days; he was very romantic and –of course—I miss him since he’s passed away.”

I paid for my flowers as she was gathering up her groceries. There was no doubt in my mind as I walked up to her. I touched her on the shoulder and said, “You were right, you know. These flowers are indeed for a special lady.” I handed her the flowers and thanked her for such a nice conversation.

It took her a moment to realize that I was giving her the flowers I had just bought. “Have a wonderful evening,” I said. I left her with a big smile and my heart warmed as I saw her smelling the beautiful flowers.

I remember being slightly late for my date that night and telling my girlfriend the story. A couple of years later, when I finally worked up the courage to ask her to marry me, she told me that this story had helped to seal it for her—that was the night that I won her heart.

61. Why was the writer in a hurry that day?

A. He was to meet his girlfriend.            B. He had to go back to school soon.

C. He was delayed by an elderly lady.        D. He had to pick up some groceries.

62. What does the underlined phrase “her gift” (Paragraph 2) refer to?

A. Her words.           B. Her smile.        C. Her flowers.       D. Her politeness.

63. Why did the writer give his flowers to the elderly lady?

A. She told him a nice story.             B. She allowed him to pay first.

C. She gave him encouragement.         D. She liked flowers very much.

64. Which of the following is Not True?

   A. Strangers in Boston seldom have small conversations.

   B. The girlfriend was very angry because the writer was late.

   C. The old lady’s husband has passed away.

   D. The writer and his girlfriend got married at last.

65. What is the message conveyed in the story?

A. Flowers are important for a date.               

B. Small talk is helpful.

C. Love and kindness are rewarding (有回报的).      

D. Elderly people deserve respecting.

 

 

第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)

Perhaps the most amazing building put up in the 19th century was the Crystal(水晶的)Palace which was built in Hyde Park for the Great Exhibition of 1851. The Crystal Palace was different from all the other buildings in the world, for it was made of iron and glass. It was one of the biggest buildings of all the time and a lot of people from many countries came to see it. Plenty of goods were sent to the exhibition from all parts of the world. There was also a great deal of machinery on show. Though in those days, travelling was not as easy as it is today, steamboats carried thousands of visitors across the Channel from Europe. On arriving in England, they were taken to the Crystal Palace by train. There were six million visitors in all, and the money from the exhibition was used to build museums and colleges. Later, the Crystal Palace was moved to the South London. It remained one of the most famous buildings in the world until it caught a fire and was destroyed in 1936.            

56. People from many countries came to the Crystal Palace mainly to _________________. 

   A. go shopping                                                                    B. visit an exhibition

   C. pay a visit to the queen                                                        D. enjoy the Crystal Palace itself

57. The Crystal Palace was unusual because ____________________.

A. it was the biggest building in the world then                   B. so many visitors had been there

   C. it was built with iron and glass                                      D. it was burnt down at last

58. The money from the exhibition in the Crystal Palace was contributed to _________________.

   A. decorating the Crystal Palace                                   B. building museums and colleges

   C. buying steamboats to carry visitors                        D. building highways to the Crystal Palace

59. According to the passage, the Crystal Palace ______________in 1936.

   A. was burned down in a terrible fire                           B. was damaged in a snowstorm

   C. was moved away to the south of London          D. was destroyed in an earthquake

60. We can infer from the passage that the writer ________________________.

A. believes that the Crystal Palace is very useful

B. thinks that the Crystal Palace is pretty wonderful

C. expects the splendid Crystal Palace to be rebuilt this year

D. considers that the rebuilding of Crystal Palace is a waste of money

 

 

第二节 完型填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

One night, a poor young artist stood at the gate of the subway station, playing his violin. Many people ___36___ and put some money into the   _37_   of the young man.

The next day, the young artist came to the same place again. Different from the day before, he ___38___ out a large piece of paper, ___39___ it on the ground and put some stones on it. Then he began ___40___. Before long, many people were attracted by the ___41___ on that paper which said, “Last ___42___, a gentleman named George Sang put an important thing into my hat by ___43___. Please come to claim(认领) it soon.”

A middle-aged man ran there in a hurry and rushed ___44___ the crowd to the violinist and grabbed his shoulders and said, “Yes, ___45___ is you. You did come here. I knew that you are an ___46___ man and would certainly come here.”

The story ___47___out to be this: George Sang bought a ___48___ ticket a few days ago. The awards ___49___ yesterday and he won a(n) ___50___ of $500,000. On his way home, he took out 50 dollars and put it in the violinist’s hat, However, the lottery ticket(彩票) was also thrown in. The violinist was a ___51___ at an Arts College. He had ___52___ the ticket to Vienna and would take a plane that morning. ___53___, when he found the lottery ticket, he cancelled(取消) the flight and came back to where he was given the lottery ticket.

Later someone asked the violinist ___54___he didn’t take the lottery ticket for himself. The violinist said, “Although I don’t have much ___55___, I live happily; but if I lose honesty, I won’t be happy forever.”

36. A. picked up        B. sped up        C. broke down D. slowed down

37. A. hat          B. pocket C. bag       D. plate

38. A. brought B. made   C. took     D. put

39. A. lie  B. laid       C. lied       D. lain

40. A. selling    B. playing          C. speaking      D. reading

41. A. news      B. notice  C. words  D. advertisement

42. A. night      B. morning       C. evening        D. noon

43. A. purpose B. mistake        C. design D. occasion

44. A. across    B. over     C. through        D. among

45. A. that        B. it  C. he         D. this

46. A. brave     B. attractive    C. confident     D. honest

47. A. looked    B. carried          C. reached        D. turned

48. A. train       B. lottery C. plane   D. subway

49. A. closed    B. ended  C. opened         D. launched

50. A. prize       B. price    C. reward         D. fund

51. A. professor       B. worker          C. violinist         D. student

52. A. applied  B. booked         C. kept     D. renewed

53. A. However     B. Otherwise         C. Therefore    D. Instead

54. A. what      B. why      C. where  D. when

55. A. happiness      B. lottery C. honesty        D. money

 

 

. These old buildings possibly __________ the Ming Dynasty.

   A. dated back to      B. date back to      C. date back     D. are dated back to  

 

 

The government announced that six highways      by the end of last year.

         A. built     B. had built       C. have been built    D. had been built

 

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