說明: 1. 本試卷分第I卷(選擇題)和第II卷(非選擇題)兩部分, 共 10 頁 6大題。
2. 滿分120分; 答題時間100分鐘。
1.Which shirt does Mary prefer ?
A.The blue one. B. The yellow one. C. The white one.
2. What’s wrong with the man ?
A. He has a headache. B. He’s got a running nose. C. He has a stomachache.
3.Where will the man go ?
A. To a restaurant. B. To the kitchen. C. To a store.
4.When should the speakers leave ?
A. At 7:15. B. At 7:30. C. At 7:40.
5.What is the man doing ?
A. Driving a car. B. Making a dessert. C. Lying in the sun.
6. Who is holding a party tonight ?
A. David. B. Nancy. C. Laura.
7. Where is Tom going tonight ?
A. To a pub. B. To a library. C. To a theater.
8. Why does the woman call the man ?
A. To invite him to visit her house.
B. To ask him to help her with the report.
C. To tell him about her delay for the party.
9. What will the woman first do after she finishes her work ?
A. Go home. B. Visit Lisa. C. Go to the party.
10. What language is in the same language family as French ?
A. Korean. B. Russian. C. Arabic.
11. Why do so many students want to take the course ?
A. They’re all history majors.
B. The teacher is very popular.
C. They all speak an Indo-European language.
12. How many students are still waiting to get into the class ?
A. Two. B. Five. C. Ten.
13. What sport does the man like to watch ?
A. Boxing. B. Football. C. Basketball.
14. Where is Manny Pacquiao from ?
A. Thailand. B. Indonesia. C. The Philippines.
15. How do the people of Manny Pacquiao’s country feel about him ?
A. They don’t care about him.
B. They love him like a hero.
C. They think he is a violent person.
16. How many people died in the storm ?
A.Under one thousand. B. About two thousand. C. Over five thousand.
17. In which year did Reservoir Dogs come out ?
A.1992. B. 1994. C. 2012.
18. What does the woman say about Django Unchained ?
A. It made 200 million dollars.
B. It was a hit all over the world.
C. It won five Academy Awards.
19. What does Tarantino do when he writes a story ?
A. He tries to put a lot of jokes in.
B. He will read some novels first.
C. He will think of things he’s heard.
20. Who is the director of Taxi Driver ?
A. Steve McQueen. B. Martin Scorsese. C. Quentin Tarantino.
第一節 單項填空（共10小題；每小題1分, 滿分10分）
21. — So you missed the English class this morning.
—_______. I got there five minutes before it finished.
A. Never mind B. Not exactly C. No way D. No problem
22. Personally, there is no such ________ thing as ______ free lunch in the world.
A．a; the B．a; / C．/; a D．/; /
23. On Double Eleven Day, a large number of women customers couldn’t help being ________ to buy some low-price products.
A. persuaded B. advised C. requested D. commanded
24. Each day is of _________ importance , no matter how good or bad. There is no moment in life that doesn’t matter.
A. serious B. regular C. actual D. equal
25. — What about going to see the final competition on Friday night?
— Why not? And I ________ my deskmate with me.
A. would take B. take C. am taking D. have taken
26. Sometimes life is just like a game _________ there are winners as well as losers.
A. that B. where C. when D. which
27. Last month China decided to drop one-child policy as problems of a rapidly growing aging population have ________ these years.
A. put up B. set up C. come up D. built up
28. It is said that the police have offered a large_____ for information about the robbery last night.
A. award B. reward C. prize D. welfare
29. The government made a request that every minute ________ made use of _______the injured in the terrorist attack.
A. be; rescuing B. has been; rescuing
C. be; to rescue D. has been; to rescue
30. Was it in this school ______ you struggled for your dreams for 3 years?
A. where B. in which C. that D. which
Last year I ruined my summer vacation by bringing along a modern convenience: the iPad.
Instead of looking at nature, I 31 my e-mail. Instead of paddling an old boat, I 32 my Twitter feed. Instead of reading great novels, I stuck to reading four 33 each morning.
And that was the problem: I was acting 34 I were still in the office. My body was on vacation but my head wasn’t.
So this year I made up my mind to try something 35 : getting away from the Internet. I knew it wouldn’t be easy, since I’m not good at self-control. But I was determined. I started by 36 the iPad to my wife. Then, a stroke of luck: The cell phone signal at our cabin was 37 than in the past, meaning that I couldn’t cheat. I was 38 , forced to carry out my plan. Largely 39 from e-mail, Twitter and my favorite newspaper websites, I had little way to connect to the world 40 radio —and how much radio can one listen to, really? I had no 41 but to do what I had planned to do all along: read books.
This experience has had a 42 ending—for now, at least. With determination and the strong support of my wife, I succeeded in my vacation struggle 43 the Internet. I 44 realized that it was me, of course, not the iPad, that was the problem.
I knew I had 45 when we passed a Starbucks and my wife asked if I wanted to stop to use the Wi-Fi. “Don’t need it,” I said. 46 , as we return to post-vacation situation, a test begins: Can I 47 when I’m back at work? And I don’t plan to 48 my convenience completely. But I hope to resist the temptation(誘惑)to check my e-mail every five minutes, 49 often leads to following my Twitter feed.
A vacation is supposed to help you reset your 50 to become more productive(高效的). Here’s hoping this one worked.
31. A. received B. wrote C. checked D. recognized
32. A. followed B. ignored C. organized D. founded
33. A. magazines B. newspapers C. journals D. letters
34. A. so that B. as if C. even though D. ever since
35. A. upset B. calm C. crazy D. different
36. A. sending B. handing C. destroying D. burying
37. A. better B. stronger C. less D. worse
38. A. shocked B. trapped C. defeated D. frightened
39. A. set off B. turn off C. put off D. cut off
40. A. more than B. rather than C. instead of D. except for
41. A. choice B. way C. means D. idea
42. A. meaningless B. hopeful C. happy D. peaceful
43. A. for B. against C. to D. in
44. A. entirely B. frequently C. gradually D. finally
45. A. won B. lost C. suffered D. recovered
46. A. Therefore B. However C. Otherwise D. Anyway
47. A. stop B. escape C. continue D. change
48. A. give up B. give in C. give off D. give away
49. A. that B. which C. when D. who
50. A. body B. heart C. brain D. thought
When my son was 11 years old, he got a small job helping out with a traveling carnival in our town. He didn’t come home at lunch time, phoning instead to tell me he was fine and had found a few days’ work helping out at an exhibit. He turned up for supper as usual however after he finished work.
I asked him how he had managed at lunch and he told me he had made some new friends at the carnival, some young men who were twin brothers, and their mom and dad. They had paid him a few dollars and invited him for lunch in return for helping them set up their exhibit and wanted him to return the next day to help with other chores (雜務).
I was glad he had found new friends but a little worried about the type of people who might be traveling in a carnival. "Oh, Mom, these are just normal everyday people like anyone else. They just work at a carnival instead of in a store or something". "Come down tomorrow and meet them yourself," he said.
So the next day I went to the carnival and to the exhibit he had directed me to. The twin brothers turned out to be Siamese (連體的) twins, joined at the chest. He hadn’t thought this fact was noteworthy enough to mention. When I brought it to him, he said, "Yes, I noticed that too. Do you know that their mom has to make all their clothes because it’s so difficult to find anything to fit them? They’re also really good cooks. Today, Joe, the one on the right, made me spaghetti (意大利面條) for lunch."
What others see first in a person is not what a child considers important. Where I saw Siamese twins, he saw people having difficulty buying clothes that fit, and young men who were good cooks. It was a lesson I have thought about many times over the years.
51. From the first paragraph we know that __________.
A. The author’s son could live on his job at the exhibit
B. The author’s son disliked meeting his parents at home
C. The author’s son usually made his appearance at supper
D.The author’s son was good at communicating with others
52. The twin brothers and their parents wanted the author’s son to return the next day mostly because _______.
A .they were content with his work
B. they needed a worker to do the chores
C. they wanted to treat him to lunch
D. they wanted him to help the twins with homework
53. The author was worried about the new friends her son made because_______.
A. she feared the people at the carnival were not friendly to her son
B. her son simply believed in strangers
C. she thought people traveling in a carnival were not so reliable
D. the carnival was not an occasion for children
54. In the boy’s eyes, the Siamese twins were ________.
A. people who had no suitable clothes to wear B. good cooks with strange appearance
C. more friendly and kinder than normal people D. just normal people
55. Which proverb may the author agree with according to the last paragraph?
A. Don’t judge a person by his looks. B. It’s never too late to learn.
C. Love me, love my dog. D. It is a matter of opinion.
In the modern age of information, reading is a fundamental survival skill. Here are some tips on how to improve reading skills.
8 Tips to Improve Reading Skills
1. You don’t have to be a great reader to get the point.
Some people read fast and remember everything. Others read slowly and take a couple of times to get all the information. It doesn’t matter, really, so long as when you read, you get the information you’re seeking.
2. Know why you’re reading.
Are you reading for entertainment or to learn something? Decide why you’re reading before you start and you’ll greatly improve your comprehension and your enjoyment.
3. You don’t need to read everything.
Not every magazine, letter, and email you receive contains information you need. In fact, most of it is simply junk. Throw it away, hit the delete key! Just doing this will double the amount of time you have available to read.
4. You don’t need to read all of what you do read.
Do you read every article of every magazine, every chapter of every book? If so, you’re probably spending a lot of time reading stuff you don’t need.
Be choosy: select the chapters and articles that are important. Ignore the rest.
5. Scan before you read.
Look at the table of contents, index, topic headers, photo captions, etc. These will help you determine if, a) you have a real interest in this reading, and b) what information you’re likely to get from it.
Remember, you’re reading with a purpose, so focus on that purpose and the material. If you lose interest or keep losing your place, take a break or read something else. You can keep track of where you are by following along with your finger. This simple technique helps you focus and increase your concentration.
The more you read, the better reader you’ll become (and smarter, too)! So, feed your mind: read!
8. Optimize your reading environment.
You’ll read faster and comprehend more if you read in an environment that’s comfortable for you.
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56. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage?
A. The faster and the more a person reads, the better he understands.
B. Sticking to what he’s reading all the time makes a successful reader.
C. Reading will be more effective when the reader covers everything in the material.
D. Learning to select what to read is of great importance for an effective reader.
57. Scanning such things as the table of contents can ________________.
A. relax a reader if he gets tired of reading the material
B. improve one’s ability to gain more useful information
C. take a reader a couple of times to get all the information
D. help a reader decide if he has a taste for the reading material
58. How can a reader focus and increase his concentration while reading according to the passage?
A. By pointing at what he is reading. B. By underlining what he is reading.
C. By reading the material aloud. D. By sticking to what he is reading.
59. As is mentioned in the passage, _______________ may influence one’s reading.
A. intelligence B. environment C. information D. speed
60. Where is the passage most probably taken from?
A. Textbook. B. Magazine. C. Newspaper. D. Website.
Chinese people had never paid more attention to the annual Nobel literature award — which on Thursday went to Canadian writer Alice Munro — than they did last year when Mo Yan became China’s first winner of the prize.
One year on, and the effect has not disappeared. Tourists continue to rush to Mo’s home village in Gaomi, Shangdong province, which has become a tourist site since the author was awarded Nobel Prize. Visiting the village is to walk into the world he created in Red Sorghum Clan, one of his best-known novels, adapted for the award-winning film Red Sorghum by famous director Zhang Yimou in 1987.
About 210 hectares of red sorghum is ready for harvesting, recalling this scene Mo wrote in the novel: "In the deep autumn of the eighth month under a high, clear sky, the land is covered by sorghum that forms a wild sea of blood. When the sun comes out, the surface of the sea shimmers(閃光), and heaven and Earth are painted with rich, wonderful colors."
Locals have planted the sorghum for the coming film of the novel’s TV adaptation starring actress Zhou Xun, in similar style to 1987 when Zhang’s film was filmed. But while the sorghum fields disappeared after the film was made, this time they may remain."We have signed long-term contracts to sell sorghum to wine producers," said Zhang Xinfu, head of Xianjia village, Mo Yan’s hometown is in the area. "Dozens of wine producers came to discuss the sorghum business after Mo Yan won the prize," said Zhang. Zhang said the wine producers promised to pay a satisfying price for the sorghum.
Chu Hongpeng, a local official said about 10,000 people visited Mo’s old house and the red sorghum fields every day during the week-long National Day holiday from Oct 1 to 7. Chu said a typical tourist route includes Mo’s house, the sorghum fields, the filming base for the Red Sorghum TV series, and several scenes in Mo’s novels, such as Pinganzhuang village church. Guan Moxin, Mo’s elder brother, said, "Thousands of tourists came to visit the house every day during the National Day holiday," adding that he had to keep the premises open until 8 pm.
61. What happened to Mo Yan’s home village after he won the Prize?
A. The house of Mo’s at his home village was rebuilt for tourism.
B. The local people at Mo’s home village welcomed the tourists.
C. Many tourists rushed to Mo’s home village to show respect and interest.
D. Mo’s home village remained what it used to be.
62. The underlined word “adapted” in paragraph2 probably means “___________”.
A. settled B. designed C. written D. reorganized
63. Which season was it when the passage was written?
A. Autumn. B. Winter. C. Spring. D. Unknown.
64. What did the local people plant so much red sorghum this year for?
A. The filming of TV series Red Sorghum.
B. The filming of movie Red Sorghum.
C. The benefits of wine producers.
D. The rush of tourists worldwide.
65. According to the text, we can infer that the wine producer bought sorghum from Mo’s home village for__________.
A. the fame of Mo Yan. B. good quality of the red sorghum itself.
C. the lower price D. the large amount of the red sorghum .
Learning another language isn’t easy, but most people can learn a second language well if they’re willing to put in the necessary time. Here are some practical suggestions for studying effectively, overcoming anxiety, and learning the grammar and skills necessary for success in foreign language classes.
Language learning is cumulative(積累): you cannot put it off until the weekend. Study one or two hours for every class hour if you want a good mark.
Distribute(分配)your study time in 15 to 30 minutes period throughout the day
Study a different task each time: vocabulary now, grammar next, etc. Get an overview during half an hour: spend 10 minutes reviewing conversations, 10 minutes learning new vocabulary, 10 minutes learning new grammar… 67 About 80% of your study time should be spent on recitation(背誦) or practice.
Take part in every class --- even if you aren’t well prepared
68 Learn the grammar and vocabulary outside of class in order to make full use of the class time. Spend a few minutes “warming up” before each class by speaking or reading the language.
Make yourself comfortable in the classroom
Get to know your classmates, so you’ll feel you’re among friends. 69 For example: you explain your goals and fears about the course to your teacher.
Learn grammar if you don’t already know it
Grammar is the skeleton(骨架) and the basic structure of a language, and you must learn it.
Practice for tests by doing what you’ll have to do on the test
If the test will require you to write, then study by writing--including spelling and accents. 70 Ask for practice questions and make up your own test questions. Try to invent changes on patterns and forms. Over learning is also required in tests preparation: study beyond the paints of recognition to mastery.
Develop a good attitude
Have a clear personal reason for taking the class. Set personal goals for what you want to learn. Leave perfectionism at the door; give yourself permission to make mistakes and learn from them.
A. Study every day.
B. Have more practice in listening.
C. So you’ll at least have looked at it all.
D. If you’re asked to listen, practice listening.
E. Class time is your best opportunity to practice.
F. Visit your teacher during office hours to get acquainted (熟悉的).
G. The more you study, the higher mark you will get.
It’s the first time that I 71 (write) to you this term . I have so much to tell you about my English teacher Alice.
Born in 1978, Alice g 72 from Zhejiang University in 2000 and has been d 73 to teaching in our school ever since. Not only can she speak English f 74 but also she can make her lessons lively and humorous in a special way . As far as I am concerned ,Alice is more than a teacher to us, with 75 we can share our deepest feelings and thoughts . To our s 76 , she seems to understand 77 we are going through either in study or in life . And she’s always g 78 with her knowledge and time whenever we turn to her. In addition, Alice works 79 (extreme) hard. She is always the first 80 ( appear) at school every day .
Such is Alice , a great teacher worth thinking highly of. Isn’t she?
How are you getting along in the new school?
注意：1. 詞數 100左右；短文開頭已給，不計入總詞數；
Ladies and gentleman,
Today I would like to introduce Tu Youyou to all of you.
M: What do you think of the blue shirt, Mary?
W: Actually, I prefer the white one with the yellow buttons. (1)
M: I’m not feeling well and I’ve got a headache. (2)
W: It’s nothing serious. But you’d better stay in bed for two days.
M: If I go to the store for some wine, (3) will you start cooking dinner?
W: Why aren’t you dressed?
M: We still have half an hour.
W: That was five minutes ago. We have to be out of the door at 7:40. (4)
M: This is taking a very long time. Is there any way to make it go faster?
W: Be patient, please. You have to be very careful while you’re making this dessert. (5) If you don’t, it’ll become burnt.
M: Hey, Lisa, we should go. David’s party started hours ago. (6)
W: I don’t want to go. I don’t like Nancy. She was rude to me when we saw her at the pub last week.
M: Who’s Nancy? David’s girlfriend?
W: No, David’s girlfriend is Laura. Nancy’s going out with Tom.
M: Oh. Well, Tom said he’d be going to the theater tonight. (7) So maybe Nancy won’t be at the party.
M: Hey, this is Bill. I’m sorry I’m not in. Please leave a message, and I’ll ring you back as soon as I’m back.
W: Hey, Bill. This is Mary. I’m just calling to let you know that I’ll be a little late for the party tomorrow night. (8) I have to work a few extra hours to finish a report. I may finish the work sometime between seven and eight. Then I’m planning on dropping by Lisa’s house for about an hour since she’s been sick recently. (9) And, uh, one more thing, I’ll pass my house to pick up some food for the party. It won’t be long. See you at the party!
W: Hey, I learned something today in school. Did you know that many languages that seem totally different actually have a lot in common?
M: I didn’t know that. Which ones are you talking about?
W: Oh, almost all languages are related to others in some way. People who study languages call them “language families”. We learned about the Indo-European language family today. English belongs to it. So do French, German, and Russian. (10) Other examples are the Indian languages and Farsi(波斯語), which is the main language spoken in Iran.
M: Those are all really different languages. I didn’t know they had anything to do with each other.
W: Neither did I, but I’m so glad I signed up for this world history class. I almost didn’t get in because the teacher’s so popular. (11) There’s a waiting list of ten students who are still trying to take the course. (12)
M: Bye! I’m off to watch the Manny Pacquiao fight at Dave’s. (13)
W: Why do you like that violent sport? (13)
M: It’s so exciting! You should watch a boxing match with me sometime and find out for yourself. (13)
W: It’s just a couple of guys beating each other up.
M: Well, it’s done in a skillful way. And boxers are more than just people who fight. Manny is from the Philippines, (14) and he’s a hero there. (15) You know the Philippines just had that awful typhoon, right? It’s a big mess there. More than five thousand people died. (16)
W: What does that have to do with boxing?
M: Well, Manny was about to retire from boxing. But he decided to fight against one of the best boxers in the world, and he won! He said his victory was for his people in the Philippines. Thousands of them had been watching, especially in the city where the most people died. Manny gave them hope again.
W: Welcome to Cinema Now. Our guest today is the film director Quentin Tarantino!
M: Hi, Mary!
W: The pleasure’s all ours! Quentin, you became famous after directing your great film Reservoir Dogs in 1992. (17) Then, your 1994 film Pulp Fiction made 200 million dollars and won you an Academy Award for Best Script(劇本). More recently, you made Django Unchained in 2012 which was a worldwide hit, (18) and nominated(提名) for five Academy Awards. What’s your secret to making films?
M: Well, Mary, my brain’s always active. I listen to what everyone says. I watch how people act around me. If someone tells me a joke or an interesting story about their life, I remember it. So when I go to write, I’ll remember all these things I’ve heard. (19) I’m also influenced by the films I’ve seen. Some of my favorites are Taxi Driver by Martin Scorsese (20) and The Great Escape, which stars Steve McQueen. Usually, I start by writing a story in the form of a novel. Then afterwards, I’ll turn the novel into a script.
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Ladies and gentleman,
Today I would like to introduce Tu Youyou to all of you.
Tu Youyou, who was born in Ningbo, Zhejiang in 1930, graduated from Beijing university. She won the Nobel Prize in 2015.
She devoted her whole life to fighting against malaria. After hundreds of failures, she finally discovered the medicine called artemisinin, which makes it possible for people to get rid of maralia. Although she is successful, she doesn’t care about being famous. She would rather keep time for her study so that people all around the world could benefit form her research.
She is a person of whom we Chinese all feel proud and we should learn from her.
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