II．语言知识及应用（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节 完形填空（共 10 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 20 分）
阅读下面短文，从短文后 16—25 所给各题的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在 答题卡上将该项涂黑。
The purpose of a letter of application is to help you to “sell” yourself. It should state 16 the job you want, and should tell what your abilities are and what you have 17 . It should be simple, personal and brief without leaving out any necessary fact. In writing a letter of application, keep in 18 that the things a possible employer is most 19 to want to know about are your achievements and your aims. The opening paragraph is perhaps the most important part. If the first few sentences fail to draw the reader’s attention, the rest of the letter may not be read at all. Try to key your opening remarks to the needs or interests of your employer. For example, instead of beginning with “I saw your 20 in today’s paper,” you might say “I have made a careful study of your advertising during the past six months” or “I have made a survey in my neighborhood to find out how many housewives use your product and why they like it.” Be clear about the kind of job for which you are now 21 . College graduates looking for their first positions often ask “What can I 22 in a letter? Employers want experience, which, naturally, no 23 has.” The answer is that everything you have ever done is experience. It is important to write a good strong closing for your letter. 24 a specific request for an interview or give the possible employer something definite(明确的) to do or expect. An excellent idea is to enclose(内 附) a stamped self-addressed envelope with your letter. That makes it 25 for a possible employer to get in touch with you. 16. A. clearly B. carefully C. obviously D. easily 17. A. found B. done C. known D. heard 18. A. brain B. sight C. order D. mind 19. A. probable B. possible C. likely D. able 20. A. advertisement B. report C. article D. introduction 21. A. losing B. applying C. preparing D. fitting 22. A. give B. supply C. mean D. provide 23. A. worker B. owner C. beginner D. manager 24. A. Make B. Ask C. State D. Get 25. A. happier B. easier C. cheaper D. safer 第二节：语法填空（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分）
阅读下面短文，按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求，在空格处填人一个适当的词或使用括号中词语的正 确形式填空，并将答案填写在答题卡标号为 26—35 的相应位置上。
It was a bright spring afternoon when Freda told Tim she wouldn’t need him any more. Tim had just finished his four-hour work—moving up and down the stairs of her three-storey house, 26 (clean) the floor and washing the dishes. She was wearing jeans and a sweater. Her husband’s pay would 27 （reduce）by 30%. And they were trying to live as if it’d already happened. Tim felt sorry for her, but he also felt a sense of 28 (lose). Tim had been cleaning Freda’s house for five years and had developed 29 unexpected relationship with the family. It was not just that Tim had become an expert 30 scraping(刮掉) dirt stuck to their 31 (wood) floor, or that he had learned exactly 32 to place toys on the girl’s beds. It was more than that, 33 he felt he’d become a part of their life. Now he was fired, but the strange thing was 34 he still wanted to keep scraping away the dirt and dust for the family. He left Freda’s house that day, wondering about the nature of his relationship with the
hosts. “Who am I to 35 ? Actually, they are my employers, but I am only an employee. ” III. 阅读理解 (共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分)
阅读下列短文，从 36—55 题中所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A：Today, we talk to an up-and-coming (有前途的) erhu player, Lee Hang, from Hong Kong. He’ll play with the Hong Kong Orchestra (管弦乐队) next Sunday in a special concert by young Chinese musicians.
Interviewer: Thank you for talking to us, Lee. You must be very excited. Lee: Yes, I am. This is the first time that I’ve played with such a famous orchestra and in front of so many people. They’re expecting about 4,000 people. Interviewer: Does that scare you? Lee: To be honest, yes. I haven’t slept much in the last few days. But my teacher told me I wouldn’t take it seriously enough if I wasn’t scared. That helped a lot. Interviewer: Tell me about why you started playing the erhu. Lee: My parents took me to piano and violin lessons. I quite liked them but they had to force me to go sometimes. One night, I saw a documentary about Yo Yo Ma, the famous Chinese American cello (大提琴) player. He talked about his love of Chinese instruments and we should follow our interests. I always enjoyed listening to Chinese instruments like the erhu and guzheng. That inspired me to learn the erhu. My parents were glad that I was playing something I actually liked. Interviewer: What do your friends think of you playing a Chinese instrument? Lee: Well, a lot of my classmates think playing things like the erhu isn’t cool. I don’t care. It makes me happy. I got a letter from Yo Yo, saying how much he admired me and that he’d like to meet me next time when he’s in Hong Kong. They thought that was pretty cool! Interviewer: And what does the future hold for you? Lee: I’d like to study music in a university in China then hopefully play in orchestras. My ambition is to bring the beautiful sound of the erhu to all the corners of the world. Interviewer: Well, if anyone can, it’s you. Thanks for talking to me, Lee. Good luck. Lee: Thanks. 36. What will Lee Hang do next Sunday? A. He will have an interview. B. He will talk to a newspaper reporter. C. He will play a Chinese musical instrument at a concert. D. He will study in a university in China. 37. Lee _______ because of the concert. A. hasn’t been sleeping well B. hasn’t been sleeping C. will meet 4000 people D. has been afraid of his teacher 38. Lee started playing the erhu ________ a film about Yo Yo Ma. A. before seeing B. while seeing C. after seeing D. to copy 39. Lee likes playing the erhu _______ the piano and violin. A. less than B. as much as C. more than D. because his parents like 40. Lee’s friends thought _______ was great. A. getting a letter from a famous musician B. writing a letter to a famous musician C. playing Chinese musical instruments D. seeing Yo Yo Ma in Hong Kong B： When other nine-year-old kids were playing games, she was working at a petrol station. When other teens were studying or going out, she struggled to find a place to sleep on the street. But she overcame these terrible setbacks to win a highly competitive scholarship and gain entry to Harvard University. And her amazing story has inspired a movie, “Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story”, shown in late April. Liz Murray, a 22-year-old American girl, has been writing a real-life story of willpower and determination. Liz grew up in the shadow of two drug-addicted(吸毒) parents. There was never enough food or warm clothes in the house. Liz was the only member of the family who had a job. Her mother had AIDS and died
when Liz was just 15 years old. The effect of that became a turning point in her life. Connecting the environment in which she had grown up with how her mother had died, she decided to do something about it. Liz went back to school. She threw herself into her studies, never telling her teachers that she was homeless. At night, she lived on the streets. “What drove me to live on had something to do with understanding，by understanding that there was a whole other way of being. I had only experienced a small part of the society,” she wrote in her book Breaking Night. She admitted that she used envy to drive herself on. She used the benefits that come easily to others, such as a safe living environment, to encourage herself that “next to nothing could hold me down”. She finished high school in just two years and won a full scholarship to study at Harvard University. But Liz decided to leave her top university a couple of months earlier this year in order to take care of her father, who has also developed AIDS. “I love my parents so much. They are drug addicts. But I never forget that they love me all the time.” Liz wants moviegoers to come away with the idea that changing your life is “as simple as making a decision”. 41. Her mother died when Liz was ____________. A. 9 years old B. 15 years old C. 22 years old D. studying in high school 42. In which order did the following things happen to Liz? a. Her mother died of AIDS. b. She worked at a petrol station. c. She got admitted into Harvard. d. The movie about her life was put on. e. She had trouble finding a place to sleep. A. b, a, e, c, d B. a, b, c, e, d C. e, d, b, a, c D. b, e, a, d, c 43. The main idea of the passage is ________. A. how Liz managed to enter Harvard University B. what a hard time Liz had in her childhood C. why Liz loved her parents so much D. how Liz struggled to change her life 44. What actually made her go towards her goal? A. Envy and competition. B. Willpower and determination. C. Decisions and understanding. D. Love and respect for her parents. 45. When she wrote “What drove me to live on...I had only experienced a small part of the society”, she meant that ________. A. she had little experience of social life B. she could hardly understand the society C. she would do something for her own life D. she needed to travel more around the world C：In 1999, twelve percent of public elementary schools in the United States required students to wear uniforms. Just three years later, the amount was almost double that. A study of six big-city Ohio public schools showed students who were required to wear uniforms had improved graduation, behavior and attendance rates. Academic performance was unchanged. Some high schools in Texas have also joined in the movement. Yet studies find mixed results from requiring uniforms. And some schools have turned away from such policies. Supporters believe dressing the same creates a better learning environment and safer schools. The school district in Long Beach, California, was the first in the country to require uniforms in all elementary and middle schools. The example helped build national interest in uniforms as a way to deal with school violence and improve learning. Findings in Long Beach suggested that the policy resulted in fewer behavior problems and better attendance. But researcher Viktoria, who has looked at those findings, says they were based only on opinions about the effects of uniforms. She says other steps taken at the same time to improve schools in Long Beach and statewide could have influenced the findings. The district increased punishments for misbehavior. And California passed a law
to reduce class sizes. In Florida, for example, researcher Sharon found that uniforms seemed to improve behavior and reduce violence. In Texas, Eloise found fewer discipline problems among students required to wear uniforms, but no effect on attendance. Sociologist David has studied school uniform policies since1998. He collected the reports in the book. In his own study, he found that reading and mathematics performance dropped after a school in Pennsylvania(宾夕法尼亚州) required uniforms. Political and community pressures may persuade schools to go to uniforms to improve learning. But David and others believe there is not enough evidence of a direct relationship. In fact, he says requiring uniforms may even increase discipline problems. 46. Which was/ were the first in the U.S. to require uniforms in all elementary and middle schools? A. Six big-city Ohio public schools. B. The school district in Long Beach, California. C. Some Middle and high schools in Texas. D. Some elementary and middle schools in Florida. 47. Which of the following researchers are NOT supporters of school uniform policies? A. Viktoria and Sharon. B. Sharon and David. C. Eloise and Sharon. D. Viktoria and David. 48. The underlined word “misbehavior” in the sixth paragraph probably means ________. A. serious crime B. bad performance C. absence for class D. action against wearing uniforms 49. What can we infer from the passage? A. More work is needed to get better information about uniform’s effect. B. The number of schools requiring uniforms in the U.S. will become less sharply. C. Wearing uniforms has little to do with behavior and learning. D. Politicians and communities won’t vote for uniform policies. 50. What’s the main idea of this passage? A. More and more students are required to wear uniforms in the U.S. B. Wearing uniforms contributes to good academic performance. C. Researchers in the U.S. argue for school uniform policies. D. Evidence for school uniform polices in the U.S. is seen as weak. D：Inside China Daily hina, Japan ink fishery agreement he New China-Japan Fishery Agreement will be put into effect starting June this year. Chinese viceinister of agriculture, Qi Jingfa told a press conference yesterday in Beijing. -Page 2 ffshore funeral(葬礼) he remains of more than 500 dead will be scattered at sea this spring near the mouth of Yangtze River in Shanghai. To save space Shanghai officials discouraged land burials. –Page 3 he only wise choice o-operation with the mainland for a peaceful reunification (统一) should be the only wise choice for the newly elected Taiwan leader. -Page 4 he Art Market terest in activities such as fairs, galleries and exhibitions has caused the art market to take shape in China. -Page 9 wo sides of a story he government’s efforts to cut the homework burden of primary and middle school students have drawn mixed reactions. -Page 10 Blind, but not out. ng Jia, an English professor at the Chinese Academy of Science meets the challenges brought by the sudden loss of her eyesight and continues to make it in her work.
51. The above section may possibly appear on _________ of China Daily. A. Page 5 B. the Front Page C. Page 9 D. the last page 52. From the text we can know that _________. A. a blind professor can work better B. Chinese fishermen can go fishing freely in Japan soon C. no one will be buried in the ground after they die in Shanghai D. more and more people have begun to do art business 53. When you look through this issue of China Daily, you are sure to find ______. A. how Taiwan’s new leader was made B. that people think differently of reducing pupils’ burden C. sad stories about students with heavy burden in primary and middle schools D. interesting stories of art fairs, galleries and exhibitions of different shapes in China 54. Which of the following has the closest meaning to the underlined word “scattered” according to the text? A. covered a wide area B. searched for in a wide area C. suddenly moved apart in different directions D. thrown over an area so that objets land apart from each other 55. If someone feels upset for the sudden trouble and want to encourage himself, what would you suggest he should read in China Daily? A. Blind, but not out. B. Two sides of a story C. The only wise choice D. Offshore funeral
第 II 卷 （共 55 分）
IV. 完成句子（共三节；满分 30 分）
第一节 单词：根据中文提示或单词首字母提示，填入恰当的单词，使句子完整。 （共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，满 分 10 分）
56. She won a prize again yesterday. It's ___________ (难以置信的)how lucky she's been. 57. After he called 120, the ambulance arrived ___________ (在……之内) 10 minutes. 58. It's a method of education that is ___________ (独一无二的)to this school. 59. Though he has made a mistake, I still ___________ (尊敬) him for his honesty. 60. The boy was asking his teacher something about Darwin's ___________ (理论) of Evolution. 61. Every nation, big or small, has its s___________ and weaknesses. 62. We all know that Shakespeare was a famous writer, but what n___________ was he? 63. I'd love to join you in the party, but u___________ I have to work that day. 64. The crosses on the map r___________ churches. 65. The flight was delayed for the heavy rain. The pilot a___________ to passengers for that.
第二节 10 分） 短语：从方框中选择恰当的短语, 并用其正确的形式填空。 （共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，满分
refer to a balanced diet at ease have a gift for account for focus on feel content with remind sb. of... cheer up 66. My teacher ______________ our performance today. 67. The research on health ______________ men under thirty. 68. If you don’t keep ______________, you will keep on weight. 69. You need to book your ticket at least 14 days ______________. 70. Please ______________ your owner's handbook for more information. 71. He is my good friend indeed, so I feel completely ______________ with him. 72. The girl ______________ dancing when in her childhood.
73. When we get into trouble, our friends always say to us, “____________. It's not the end of the world.” 74. She was asked to ______________ the missing money. 75. When I hear this song, it always ______________ our trip to Spain.
第三节 语法：根据括号内的要求和句子意思，用恰当的词语填空。 （每空只填一词；每格 0.5 分，满分 10 分）
76. 万圣节期间，如果邻居们不给孩子们糖果，孩子们很可能会作弄他们。(情态动词) If the neighbours do not give them any sweets, the children _______ _______ ________ _______ on them in Halloween. 77. 这就是她想离开的原因。(表语从句) That’s _______ _______ _______ to leave. 78. 不少的人认为，你不用五天就能横跨加拿大。(同位语从句) Some people have the idea _______ you can cross Canada in _______ _______ five days . 79. 电子邮件和电话一样在日常交际活动中起着重要的作用。 （主谓一致） Email, as well as telephones, ________ _______ _______ important role in daily communication. 80. 大清早，我们骑着自行车到郊外种树，一路上有说有笑。 （非谓语动词） In the morning, we bicycled to the suburb to plant trees, _______ _______ _______ all the way. 81. 中华民俗文化村的每个区域都是根据全国各地文化遗产仿造而来的。(构词法) Every area of the China Folk Cultural Village ________ _______ _______ the ________ relics from all over China. V. 写作（共 1 小题, 满分 25 分）
假如你是张明，你对加拿大比较熟悉，你的笔友李华想去留学， 向我了解有关加拿大的情况，请你写信告 诉他。信的开头和结尾已经给出。 [写作内容] 地理 经济 留学地区 留学生活 位于北美洲，世界第二大国，世界上湖泊最多的国家。 中部人口最密集，东部以渔业、森林为主。 建议选择东部留学，因为留学生比较少，学费便宜。 结识更多朋友，生活丰富多彩。
[写作要求] 1. 可用适当的句子表达全部内容。字数约 100 词左右（开头的句子不计入总数内） 。 2. 可适当增加符合逻辑的细节。 [参考词汇] 1. 渔业、森林：fishing and forestry 2. 大多数人：the majority of people 3. 学费：tuition
Dear Li Hua, I am glad to know that you are going to study in Canada, so I am writing to tell you something about this country. ______________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ Hope that you will have a wonderful life there. Yours, Zhang Ming
第一节 完形填空（共 10 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 20 分） 16—20 A B D C A 21—25 B D C A B 第二节 语法填空（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） 26.cleaning 27. be reduced 33. because/for 34. that 28. loss 29. an 35.them 30. at/in/on 31. wooden 32. how
（评分标准：26、 27、 28、 31 题形式错误不给分； 35 题写成 they 给 1 分。 ） III 阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） A: 记叙文 36—40 C: 议论文 46—50 CACCA BDBAD B: 记叙文 41—45 D: 应用文 51—55 BADBC BDBDA
IV. 完成句子（共三节；满分 30 分） 第一节 单词拼写：用句子中所给的中文完成下列各句，每个空格只填一个单词。 （共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，共 10 分） 56. unbelievable 57. within
59. respect 60. Theory 64. represent 65. apologized
61. strengths 62. nationality
（评分标准：拼写错误不给分，形式错误给 0.5 分。 ） 第二节 短语：从方框中选择恰当的短语, 并用其正确的形式填空。 （共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 10 分）10 个短语（模块 3 & 模块 4 词汇表中的重点词组） 66. felt content with 67. focused/ focuses on 70. refer to 71. at ease 72. had a gift for 75. reminds/reminded me/us of 68. a balanced diet 73. Cheer up 69. in advance 74. account for
（评分标准：拼写错误不给分，选对但形式有错误只给 0.5 分。 ） 第三节 语法：根据已经学过的语法知识和上下文用恰当的词语填空（每空一词，满分 10 分） 6 个语法结构（情态动词 1；名词性从句 2；主谓一致 1；非谓语动词形式 1；构词法 1） 76. might/may play, a trick (情态动词表推测 M3 U1) 77. why she wanted (名词性从句---表从 M3 U3) 78. that, less than (名词性从句---同位语从句 ) 79. is playing an （主谓一致） 80. talking and laughing （非谓语动词作伴 随状语）81. is modelled after, culture (构词法 M4 U5 ) V. 写作（共 1 小题, 满分为 25 分） One possible version
Dear Li Hua, I am glad to know that you are going to study in Canada, so I am writing to tell you something about this country. Canada, located in North America, is the second largest country with the largest number of lakes in the world. The majority of people live in the central part of the country, while fishing and forestry are of great importance in the eastern part. If you are planning to study in Canada, I suggest that you (should) choose to study in the east, because there are not many international students studying there and the tuition is lower. During you study there, you can make more friends from different countries. You can take part in all kinds of activities after class. That will make your life rich and colourful. Hope that you will have a wonderful life there. Yours, Zhang Ming