第一部分 听力 （共两节，满分30分）
1. What time does the bus leave?
A.10:10. B.9:05 C. 10:05.
2.Where is the man’s biology textbook?
A. Next to the TV. B. On the cupboard. C. Under his bed.
3.What does the man think is the best way to get to know a place？
A. Seeing travel films about it. B. Reading descriptions of it. C. Going there
4. Why does the woman make an early appointment?
A. The tests must be done in the morning.
B. She doesn’t want to take time off work.
C. She mustn’t eat before the tests.
5. What do we know about the woman?
A. She has a meeting this evening
B. She will call the man at noon.
C. She plans to play badminton this afternoon.
6.Where are the speakers probably?
A.In a store B. At home. C. In a theatre.
7.What kind of films does the woman want now?
A. The ones that have sorrowful stories.
B. The ones that can get her attention.
C. The ones that make her pleased.
8.Where does this conversation probably take place?
A. In a supermarket. B. In a restaurant. C. In a cinema
9.What do we know about the woman?
A. She doesn’t like eating chocolate.
B. She is trying to keep healthy now.
C. She pays for the food.
10.What did the government ask all adults to do?
A. Help out in the war B. Learn special skills. . C. Work on Christmas Day.
11.What did the woman do during World War Ⅱ?
A. She trained nurses. B. She nursed the injured. C. She worked in the
12.Why were the Manchester City Rest Centers short of staff?
A. People were away for Christmas holiday.
B. People went home after days of hard work.
C. People got wounded in the war.
13.What is the woman’s purpose in talking to the man?
A. To interview him about his job.
B. To ask him to help arrange an interview.
C. To beg him to do the school project.
14.What does the man do?
A. An accountant. B. A professor. C.A driver.
15.What is the man going to do?
A. Have an interview with the woman.
B. Make a telephone call.
C. Share his opinions about diving.
16.How does the woman feel about the project at last?
A. Annoyed. B. Worried. C. Confident.
17.What is the speaker doing?
A. Coaching a football team. B. Cheering for his team. C. Reporting a match
18.Why is the match starting late?
A. The traffic is heavy. B. The weather is terrible. C. One player is badly
19.What happened after the match was on for 2 minutes?
A. Rossi fell on the ground.
B. Hank took the ball from Parker.
C.The fans shouted happily for the goal.
20.Who has kicked a goal?
A. Parker. B. Hank. C. Rossi.
第二部分 阅读理解 (共两节，满分40分)
阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A, B, C和D）中，选出最佳选项。
If you're travelling with kids in London, many London hotels have special
services and features to help the family holiday, offering services for kids as
well as games, bike hire and free ice cream!
The five-star Athenaeum is a fantastic family hotel, particularly with the
addition of its kids' services. Even before you arrive, they'll be in touch to
make sure your kids have their favorite DVDs, treats and anything else to keep
them happy. And they can arrange your perfect family activities, from bike hire
to theatre tickets.
Chessington Safari Hotel
At Chessington Safari Hotel, kids will love staying in an African
adventure-themed room, having breakfast overlooking the animals of the Wanyama
Reserve, watching family-friendly movies and getting into the theme park before
Marlin Apartments operate more than 700 serviced apartments in London.
Apartments are all within five minutes walk of the Tube (good for tired little
legs!) with flat screen TVs, fully equipped kitchen and free Wi-Fi. One or two
bedroom family apartments have extra room for fold out beds in the living area
Novotel's family rooms are designed to accommodate two adults and two children.
Accommodation and breakfast are free for under-16s (up to two staying in their
parents' room). You can also enjoy a late check-out at 5p.m. on a Sunday, and
while you lie in, the kids can entertain themselves with the Cartoon Network.
Kids at The Ritz are treated just as well as their parents, if not better!
Children can enjoy computer games and DVDs, free ice cream and their own
bathrobes and slippers. Under-16s can stay for free in their parents' bedroom,
depending on the room type.
21.Before you check in Athenaeum, .
A. you should ask about the kids' services B. you can buy bikes and order
C. you must arrange your family activities D.you will be asked about what your
22. If your kids love to see animals, you will choose .
A. Chessington Safari Hotel B. Athenaeum C. Novotel D. The Ritz
23. If you choose to stay at Marlin Apartments, .
A. you can enjoy the best service in London B. you can enjoy free ice cream
C. you can surf the Internet free of charge D.you can have an extra room for
We moved to Elmont in 1956. I was 4 years old. Elmont was a wonderful place to
grow up. There were lots of kids, great schools and we had a big yard. Having
grown up a city kid, my father, Nicholas Denaro, believed that grass was not
just to look at, but that children were meant to play on it. We played games and
badminton there. A white fence separated our backyard from a small wood. My
friends and I jumped the fence and climbed trees.
My father had the most amazing hand. He could fix anything. He gave those
amazing hands to his son, my younger brother, Frank, who also became handy
around the house. But my father saved his green fingers for me. He grew flowers,
tomatoes, strawberries and figs and he shared his love of gardening with me.
Fourteen years ago, I went to a local nursery and purchased a fig tree for Dad
for Father’s Day. My mother, Bridget Denaro, called it the best gift I could
have given him. He planted it exactly in the middle of the front yard.
He loved that tree and enjoyed delicious figs every year, except just after
Sandy hit in 2012. He was so disappointed when cold weather just after the
superstorm froze all the remaining figs.
In 2015, my father died of aspirating pneumonia(呼吸性肺炎) at 97. We sold our family
home of 61 years last year. We left behind Dad’s tree, full of figs waiting to
ripen. We briefly considered taking it with us, but decided that his Father’s
Day fig tree belonged in Elmont. The new owners generously allowed me to take
some branches so that I could have a precious reminder of my much-loved father
and the Elmont home.
24. What can we learn about the author from the first paragraph?
A. She grew up in a city. B. She liked climbing trees.
C. She was naughty and stubborn D.She had a happy childhood. .
25. What did Father teach the author?
A. How to play games. B. How to garden well.
C. How to color fingers. D. How to fix everything.
26. Why did Father fail to enjoy figs in 2012?
A. The cold hit the fig tree B. He was ill in hospital. .
C. The tree didn’t bear figs. D. He moved to another city.
27. What is the author’s purpose in writing the text?
A. To show her love of figs. B. To share her childhood.
C.To introduce her experience. D. To remember her father.
In an effort to discourage people from using plastics, scientists have been
hard at work inventing alternative packaging products. From water bottles made
from seaweed to cutlery(餐具) made from rice and wheat, a number of inventions are
set to change the way we eat while we are on the go, or having a relaxing picnic
in the park.
The idea of using seaweed to make eco-friendly water bottles has been around for
a few years. Recently, Ari Jonsson took his invention—a water bottle made from
red seaweed—to show off at a festival. The bottles will only hold their shape as
long as they are filled. As soon as these bottles are empty they will begin to
break down, though they would be perfectly safe to eat. Ari Jonsson's bottles
are a step closer to a widely used alternative to the current plastic ones.
The eatable water container is not the only product to add to our image of the
future. Narayana Pessapaty has also created eatable spoons. After the success of
his spoons, Mr. Pessapaty is ready to expand and introduce forks and chopsticks
to his menu. His aim is to largely reduce the amount of plastic waste, which is
a huge problem for waste sites all over the world, It is a product that may take
up to 500 years to break down, and recycling companies worldwide are struggling
to deal with it.
Aside from the obvious benefits to the environment, this new packaging is also
cheap to produce and therefore cheap to buy. Even better is the fact that
similar eatable cutlery can be made at home, possibly a science project for
children or just fun with friends. Why not experiment and create your own
28. Why do scientists invent alternative packaging products?
A. To make people's life more convenient. B. To show off their inventive
C. To reduce the amount of plastic waste. D.To change the way we picnic outside.
29. What makes Art Jonsson's water bottles eco-friendly?
A. They can be made at home.
B. They are cheap to produce and buy.
C. They will break down themselves when empty.
D. They will hold their shape when they are filled.
30. What do Ari and Narayana's inventions have in common?
A. They are safe to eat. B. They are convenient to carry.
C. They can be used for a short time. D. They are heavier than plastics.
31. What can be inferred from this passage?
A. Eatable cutlery will completely replace plastics in the near future.
B. Home-made eatable cutlery is likely to be popular.
C. No recycling companies can break down plastic waste.
D. It’s unsafe for individuals to invent eatable cutlery at home.
A European Union program is letting blind people experience famous paintings
for the first time. It uses three dimensional (3-D) printing to re-create famous
paintings so they can be touched.
One painting printed with the new technology is Gustav Klimt’s “The Kiss.” It is
a popular attraction at the Belvedere Museum in Vienna, Austria. The painting
shows a man and a woman standing in a field filled with flowers. They are
wearing gold robes and have their arms around each other. The man leans down to
kiss the woman.
Klimt finished the painting in 1908. Until now, people who had trouble seeing
could not appreciate the artwork. But thanks to the reproduction they can touch
the piece and feel the ridges and depressions. Andreas Reichinger started making
3-D versions of artwork in 2010. He said this reproduction was his most
difficult project because the couple’s robes are so detailed.
Dominika Raditsch is a blind museum visitor. She touched the reproduction. As
she moved her hands around it she said, ”Exactly, can you see these? There are
so many details.“ Raditsch said she can imagine what the original painting looks
like when she touches the reproduction. “It’s somehow round. You can feel it. It
comes with it. And in many places it’s so smooth. And then I think to myself: it
probably shines too!” Raditsch said.
The Belvedere is not the only museum to have 3-D versions of its artwork. Some
of the pieces at the Prado, in Madrid, Spain, have reproductions that can be
touched. But the piece in Vienna has one special part: it is made with widely
available 3-D printing technology. That means one day, blind art fans anywhere
in the world could download the source files and print the reproductions
32. What is ”The kiss”?
A. A popular painting B .A European Union project.
C. A 3-D technology. D. A famous museum.
33. Why did Reichinger say this reproduction was difficult to finish?
A.The original artwork was made in 1908. B.The painting was reproduced
C. Blind art fans can’t download the source. D. The 3-D technology is not
34. How did Raditsch feel when she first touched the reproduction?
A. Awkward. B. Puzzled. C. Nervous. D. Excited.
35. What is the best title for the text?
A. 3-D Printing Lets Blind Experience Famous Painting
B. A European Union Program for Museum Visitors
C. How to Reproduce the World-famous Paintings
D. A Special Museum for Art Fans in Vienna, Austria
How to Remember What You Read
Reading is important. But the next step is making sure that you remember what
you’ve read!36You may have just read the text, but the ideas, concepts and
images(形象)may fly right out of your head. Here are a few tricks for remembering
what you read.
If the plot, characters, or word usage is confusing for you, you likely won’t be
able to remember what you read. It’s a bit like reading a foreign language. If
you don’t understand what you’re reading, how would you remember it? But there
are a few things you can do… Use a dictionary: look up the difficult words.
●Are you connected?
Does a character remind you of friend? Does the setting make you want to visit
the place? Does the book inspire you, and make you want to read more? With some
books, you may feel a connection right away.38 How willing are you to make the
●Read it; hear it; be it!
Read the lines. Then, speak them out loud. And, put some character into the
words. When he was writing his novels, Charles Dickens would act out the parts
of the characters. He’d make faces in the mirror, and change his voice for each
●How often do you read?
If you read frequently, you’ll likely have an easier time with remembering what
you’re reading (and what you’ve read).40 As you make reading a regular part of
your life, you’ll make more connections; stay more focused and understand the
text better. You’ll learn to enjoy literature—as you remember what you read!
A. Practice makes perfect.
B. Are you confused?
C. What’s your motivation?
D. Marking helps you remember what you read.
E. Memory is sometimes a tricky thing.
F. You can do the same thing when you are reading the text!
G. But other books require a bit more work on your part.
On a foggy evening, Steven took his old father to a restaurant for dinner. His
father was very old and weak. While eating, he41 dropped food on his shirt and
trousers. Other42 watched him in disgust while his son was43 .
The whole restaurant fell44 . All the diners turned away from the father and son
one after another while Steven45 his father in a soft voice of a man, “Eat as46
as you can, father. It will be weeks before I47 back from my business trip.”
At that moment, the old father nodded with48 , tears full of his eyes.
After he finished eating, Steven, his son, who was not at all49 , quietly took
him to the wash room,50 the food particles(饭粒), removed the stains, combed his
hair and51 his glasses firmly.
When they came out, the entire restaurant was52 them in dead silence, not able
to understand53 someone could embarrass themselves publicly like that. The son54
the bill and started walking out with his father.
At that time, an old man among the diners called out to the55 and asked him,
“Don’t you think you have56 something behind?”.
The son replied, “No sir, I haven't.”
The old man insisted, “Yes, you have! You left a(n)57 for every son and hope for
The restaurant went silent. All behind looked at Steven with regret and then,
with great respect at both father and son, who were59 into the fog.
To care for those who once cared for us is one of the60 honors. We all know how
our parents cared for us for every little thing. Love them, respect them, and
care for them.
41. A. freely
42. A. men
43. A. calm
44. A. lucky
45. A. urged
46. A. less
47. A. run
48. A. thanks
49. A. tired
50. A. ate
51. A. fitted
53. A. when
54. A. forgot
55. A. father
56. A. left
57. A. story
58. A. one
59. A. stealing
60. A. best
Cultural TV programmes experienced a come-back at the start of 2017. Two weeks
61__________the conclusion of the hit show Chinese Poetry Competition 2, a new
programme, Readers,has become 62______________(wide) popular,inspiring fresh
enthusiasm for literature in China.
The weekly talk show,produced and hosted by the renowned TV personality Dong
Qing , 63_______________(invite) people from all walks of life to read aloud
excerpts of poems,essays and books they like or wrote.The 64________________
(participate) also share stories from their own life explaining why particular
pieces touched their hearts or shaped their lives.
Three days after 65__________(it) first broadcast on CCTV-1, Readers has enjoyed
66________ instant success and struck thousands of people. Through the poetic
words, Readers has brought the 67________(lose) habit of reading aloud back into
the public spotlight.
Readers is one of the culture-themed TV programmes to restore the country’s
passion 68________________literature in recent years. Its success is very
encouraging in today’s television world 69________ reality shows have played a
leading part so far.
With more people 70___________(reflect) on their own reading habits, the
question now is : when is the last time you read excerpts of a poem or book
第四部分 写作 （共两节 满分35分）
If we often question whether that we are told is true, we can find the correct
answer and learn more.
Several days ago, our teacher offered us an answer at a difficult math problem
in class. Although an answer seemed a little strange, but only I doubted it.
Thought that his answer might be wrong, I carefully considered the problem and
tried to work them out in a different way. Half an hour late, I finally managed
to find its correct answer. When I showed the answer to him, the teacher praised
me for my independence thinking.
From this experience I had already come to the conclusion that questioning can
serve a bridge that helps us find the truth.
第二节 书面表达 (满分25分)
提示词语：现象phenomenon 接pick up 高峰期rush hour
听力：1-5 BBCCB 6-10 ACCBA 11-15 BABAB 16-20 CCAAA
阅读：21-25 DACDB 26-30 ADCCA 31-35 BABDA 36-40 EBGFA
完型：41-45DBADC 46-50 CCBDC 51-55 AABDB 56-60 ABDBC
61. after 62. widely 63. invites 64. participants 65. its
66. an 67. lost 68. for 69. where 70.reflecting
71. that改成what 72. at改成to 73. an改成the 74.去掉but
75. Thought改成Thinking 76. them改成it 77. late改成later
78. independence改为independent 79. had改成have 80.serve 后加as
书面表达(one possible version)
Nowadays, many parents would like to take their children to school and pick them
up after school.
There are several reasons behind this phenomenon. First of all, parents are
concerned about their children’s safety. They think it is not safe for children
to walk or ride to school on their own, especially during rush hour. In
addition, some parents are worried that their children may go to an Internet bar
or play with their classmates on the way home.
I suggest that parents should teach their children to be independent and
responsible for themselves. It is not wise to do everything for children.
W: What time does the bus leave?
M: At ten past ten. Oh, It’s about five past.
W: Five past ten?
M: No, no, relax. Five past nine.
M: Have you seen my biology textbook? I left it next to the TV last night.
W: No. Go and look under our bed.
M: Oh, who put it on the cupboard?
W: I don’t know.
M: You can look at pictures and read the interesting descriptions of places, but
nothing can really replace going to a place yourself.
W: Yes, but sometimes things like travel films do satisfy you if it’s a place
you’re never likely to go.
M: That’s right.
M: Why are you going out so early?
W: The doctor wants to do some tests and I mustn’t eat for twelve hours before
that. She said the best way is to go without breakfast and go there early. Then
I can eat and not miss too much time at work.
M: Well, I see.
M: How about playing badminton this evening?
W: I may have a meeting today and if I do it’ll run late this afternoon, but I’m
not sure yet. I should know by lunch time whether I’ll be able to get away
early, then I can phone you.
M: OK, I’ll wait for your call.
M: Wow, there are so many kinds of DVDs on the shelf. What do you feel like
W: Oh, I don’t know. Something light. After the day I just had, I don’t want to
use my brain at all.
M: A comedy?
W: That would work. Let’s see what they have.
M: Cool, the new Jack Black film.
W: It’s not boring or sorrowful, is it? I want something that makes me laugh and
happy, not sleep or depressed.
M: I know what you mean. This one’s safe. It’s a comedy.
W: OK, let’s get it and enjoy it at home. I can’t wait to relax.
M: Ticket prices have certainly gone up.
W: Yes, but I really need a break.
M: Would you like something to eat while we watch the movie?
W: Sure. What do they have?
M: It looks like the standard popcorn and soda. But there’s also ice cream, hot
dogs, coffee and so on.
W: I’m crazy for chocolate, but I should try to have something healthy. I want
to avoid getting sick this year. Do they have any cakes?
M: No, but they do have cookies.
W: Please get me some cookies and a coffee. What are you getting?
M: I’m getting the large popcorn and a cola.
W: Here is some money.
M: It’s on me.
M: Good evening! For today’s programme, we have invited Sophie, a lady who
worked as a nurse during World War II.
W: Good evening! At the beginning of World War II, the government called on all
its citizens 18 ears old and over to help out. I started training as a nurse in
November, 1940. It was two months of being taught basic skills in the School of
M: What happened to you during the sudden attack? You know, when Nazi Germany
dropped bombs on Britain?
W: Manchester was bombed on the 22ndand 23rdof December, 1940. On December 24 I
received and order requesting my immediate return from leave for duties of
nursing the wounded. Many volunteers in the Manchester Social Services have
taken a week’s leave for the Christmas holidays, so the Manchester City Rest
Centers were short of staff. Christmas Day was therefore my first day of
W: Hey Dad! I’ve just been given this project at school. Do you think you can
help me out?
M: sure. What’s this project about?
W: Well, I should interview someone that I admire about their jobs.
M: Well, I am an expert when it comes to my job. Accounting is a respectable job
and one that I am always happy to talk about.
W: Dad, I know how much you live your job. It isn’t that I don’t admire you. But
what I was hoping actually, was that you could speak to Mr. Chang, your diving
friend, and see if he would agree to an interview. Diving for a living sounds
M: I see. That’s a great idea! You know how I really dislike talking about
myself again and again for too long, Let me give David Chang a call right now
and find out.
W: Thanks, Dad! I know this will be a wonderful project!
W: And here I am at the city stadium and the sun is shining. And eventually the
players are coming onto the play field. As I was saying earlier there were such
terrible traffic jams in the city today that the match is starting late. Most of
the football fans have been waiting patiently in their seats since two o’clock
but now as the players come out they’re cheering happily. And the whistle goes.
Rossi has the ball and is running steadily down the field but, oh, no, the game
has hardly started ---- only two minutes have gone ---- and he’s fallen heavily
on the ground. Luckily he was not injured, but Hank has the ball instead. Now
Parker is running quickly towards the goal to take the ball from Hank. He is
playing well. It’s often Parkr who shoots that important goal. And he has, he’s
scored! And the crowd is shouting really loudly so it’s difficult to make myself
heard. That was a wonderful goal by him.
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