位列 部份 听力 （共两节 ，满分30分）
位列 节(共5小题：每小题1.5分 ，满分7.5分)
听就来5段对话 。每段对话后有有一些小题 ，从题中所给的合肥小升初报名学校网上怎么报名a、合肥小升初报名学校网上怎么报名b、C有一些选项中选出最佳选项 ，并标在试卷的相应位置选择 。听完每段对话后 ，说你 都10秒钟的时间啊来回答方式密切密切相关小题和阅读下一小题 。每段对话仅读一遍 。
1. What will th合肥小升初报名学校网上怎么报名e girl 合肥小升初报名学校网上怎么报名Make today?
A. A paper cup B. A paper vase C. A paper flower
2. Where does the conversation take place?
A. At home. B. In an office.C. In a store.
3. What does the man suggest they do?
A. Ask the school radio station for help.
B. Find an advertising company.
C. Hold a charity concert.
4. Where did the woman find the TV guide?
A. On the TV set.B. Under the sofa.C. By the telephone.
5. What did Tony do last month?
A. He saved a child.
B. He saved an old man.
C. He caught a criminal.
位列 节（共15小题 ，每小题1．5分 ，满分22．5分）
听就来5段对话或独白 。每段对话后有有一些小题 ，从题中所给的A、B、C有一些选项中选出最佳选项 ，并标在试卷的相应位置选择 。听每段对话前 ，你将有时候间啊阅读各个小题 ，每小题5秒钟；听完后 ，各小题明确5秒钟的作答时间啊 。每段对话读两遍 。
听第6段材料 ，回答方式第6、7题 。
6. What do we know about the girl?
A. She comes to school late.
B. She has finished reviewing.
C. She missed some classes.
7. What does the girl hope to do?
A. Pass this course. B. Get financial support. C. Work even harder.
听第7段材料 ，回答方式第8、9题 。
8. When did the woman send the package?
A. About three days ago. B. About a week ago. C. About ten days ago.
9. What has happened to the package?
A. It is broken.
B. It didn't go out.
C. It hasn't arrived.
听第8段材料 ，回答方式第10 至12题 。
10. What is the man making an ad for?
A. A company. B. A festival. C. A party.
11. What does the woman think of ads?
A. She hates them.
B. She likes them.
C. She doesn’t mind them.
12. What are advertising rules like in the US?
A. Strict. B. Misleading C. Flexible.
听第9段材料 ，回答方式第13 至16题 。
13. What is the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Teacher and student.
B. Boss and employee.
C. Husband and wife.
14. When will they go on a vacation?
A. This Thursday. B. Next Thursday. C. At the end of the month.
15. Why don’t they go to New York?
A. It's too expensive. B. It's too cold there. C. They've been there before.
16. What will the man do later?
A. Make a phone call.
B. Find out the skiing season.
C. Look for a hotel.
听第10段材料 ，回答方式第17 至20题 。
17. What do these students need to do?
A. Pay for heating costs.
B. Move their belongings.
C. Clean the Butler Hall.
18. When will the dorms reopen?
A. At 5 pm, on Feb. 7th
B. At 5 pm, on Feb. 16th.
C. At 6 pm, on Feb. 1 6th.
19. Where can students go during the break?
A. To the college store.
B. To the computer center.
C. To the dining hall.
20. Why won't some students leave campus?
A. To go on studying.
B. To work on campus.
C. To finish their paper.
位列 部份： 阅读完全理解（共两节 ，满分40分）
位列 节（共15小题 ，每小题2分 ，满分30分）
阅读以下几点四篇短文 ，从每小题后所给的A、B、C、D一些选项中 ，选出最佳选项 ，并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑 。
Have you ever heard of an old saying? Intelligence is a born ability while goodness is a choice. Gifts are easy – they’re given after all. Choice can be hard.
I got the idea to start Amazon 16 years ago. I came across the fact that the Internet usage was growing at 2300 percent per year. I'd never seen or heard of anything that grew that fast, and the idea of building an online bookstore with millions of titles was very exciting to me. I had just turned 30 years old, and I’d been married for a year. I told my wife MacKenzie that I wanted to quit my job and go to do this crazy thing that probably wouldn’t work since most start-ups don’t and I wasn’t sure what to expect. MacKenzie told me I should go for it. As a young boy, I’d been a garage inventor. I’d always wanted to be an inventor, and she wanted me to follow my passion.
I was working at a financial firm in New York City with a bunch of very smart people and I had a brilliant boss that I much admired. I went to my boss and told him I wanted to start a company selling books on the Internet. He took me on a long walk in Central Park, listened carefully to me, and finally said, “That sounds like a really good idea, but it would be an even better idea for someone who didn’t already have a good job.” That logic made some sense to me, and he convinced me to think about it for 48 hours before making a final decision. Seen in that light, it really was a difficult choice, but finally, I decided I had to give it a shot. I didn’t think I’d regret trying and failing. And I suspected I would always be haunted by a decision to not try at all.
After much consideration, I took the less safe path to follow my passion, and I’m proud of that choice. For all of us, in the end, we are our choice．
2l.What inspired the author with the idea of building an online bookstore?
A. His dream of being an inventor.
B. The support of his wife.
C. The greatly increasing usage of the Internet.
D. Millions of exciting titles.
22. Which of the following is closest in meaning to the underlined sentence?
A. The idea of not trying would keep coming to his mind and disturb him.
B. He would be very excited if he tried it out.
C. He would be always having a doubt if he didn’t tr
D. The decision to not try the online bookstore would terrify him.
23. Which of the following would be the best title for the passage?
A Cleverness and Kindness
B. The Starting of Amazon
C. Following My
D. We Are What We Choose
24. We can know from the passage that_______
A. the boss thought the idea was suitable for the author
B. the author wanted someone else to try the idea
C. the author might not regret if he failed the idea
D. the author might go back to his boss if he failed
With the development of modern society, human beings are increasingly invading wild animals’ habitat as well as the wild plants’. Nearly a third of the world’s cacti (仙人掌 ) are facing the threat of extinction, according to a shocking global assessment of the effects.
Cacti are an important provider of food and water to desert wildlife ranging from wolves and deer to tortoises, bats and birds, and these fauna spread the plants’ seeds in return.
But the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)’s first worldwide health check of the plants says that they are coming under huge pressure from human activities such as land use changes, commercial and residential developments and shrimp farming. But the paper said the driver of cacti species extinction was the “uncontrolled collection of live plants and private decorating collections, and annual agriculture.”
The findings were described as “disturbing” by Inger Anderson, the IUCN’s director-general. “They confirm that the scale of the illegal wildlife trade, including the trade in plants is much greater than we had previously thought, and that wildlife illegal trade concerns many more species than the elephants which tend to receive global attention.”
Cacti are almost always delicious but unlike most others, they store water in their stems alone, enabling them to survive extreme draughts. The plants can be as small as one centimeter in diameter and grow above 19 meters in height. Well over half of the species are used by humans for display decoration, food or medicine. Almost 1,500 types of cacti were surveyed by the IUCN specialists over a five-year period, mostly in America.
Dealing with the illegal trade is a hard task as they can be hidden in suitcases or even socks. While cou
25. What does the third paragraph mainly tell us?
A. What causes cacti species extinction B. What gives people pressure
C. What IUCN has found D. What farmers have planted
26. In Inger Anderson’s opinion, ________.
Á. the findings of the IUCN are not disturbing
B. the illegal plant trade is less serious than we had thought
C. cacti have received much global attention
D. the illegal plant trade threatens lots of wildlife
27. Why is it hard to fight against cacti trade
A. Because cacti can be made into socks.
B. Because cacti are easy to carry secretly.
C. Because many countries carry out Cites strictly.
D. Because some countries made advances to trade cacti.
It is widely acknowledged that nearly every kid might come across some kind of school bullying, however, the age at which kids first fall victim to bullying (欺侮) could influence how strongly they are affected, suggests a new study. And, surprisingly, it is not the youngest kids who are hurt the most in the long term.
Bullying can have long-lasting effects, but particularly when it begins in adolescence, the researchers say. people subjected to either verbal ( 口头的) or physical bullying are known to be at greater risk of developing depression, anxiety disorders or to behave violently. But not everyone reacts in this way.
The team gave questionnaires to nearly 1,500 college students regarding their experience of physical and psychological bullying before adolescence- before high school- and in late adolescence- at high school. They assessed mood and mental state, judging by signs of anxiety or depression, such as sleeplessness. The group was also questioned about how they would react to certain challenges, such as humiliation.
People who were bullied all revealed slightly higher levels of stress. But while those bullied earlier in life seemed to respond normally to provocation (煽动), people bullied for the first time late in adolescence are more withdrawn and sensitive to violence.
There are also sex differences between those bullied for the first time during adolescence, with females m
So perhaps it is best not to shelter children completely from bullying early on, suggests Newman “They may get stressed, but unhealthy coping really jumps out when they are bullied for the first time later on.”
28. What determines the degree of bullying’s effect on people according to the study?
A. The reason why they are bullied.
B. The place where they are first bullied.
C. The age at which they are first bullied.
D. The person who first bullies them.
29. What may happen to those first bullied later on in adolescence according to Newman and his colleagues?
A. Some are likely to be more aggressive.
B. They seem to easily get over the effect of bullying.
C. Most of them will respond to bullying normally.
D. Most of them are afraid of sharing their problems.
30. What does the underlined word “humiliation” in Paragraph 4 mean?
A. Carrying out an important plan.
B. Being made to feel ashamed
C. Trying hard to survive an accident.
D. Feeling hopeless in an emergency.
31. The sex differences between people bullied for the first time during adolescence are reflected in _______.
A. the support they get from the society
B. the effect bullying has on them
C. the way they react to provocation
D. the type of
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33. Which of the following is commonly required by the four companies?
A. Age. B. University degree. C. Experience. D. Interpersonal skills.
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A. Hiap Moh (H.K.) Co., Limited B. Educational Publishing Hse Ltd.
C.Hong Kong International Sch
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位列 节（共5小题；每小题2分 ，满分10分）
很据短文部分内容 ，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项 。选项中有三项为多余选项 。
Have you ever heard of homecoming? It's a tradition celebrated every year in the US. At homecoming, a school or university welcomes back former students or alumni(校友). 36 It means, "coming home."
This is a time when everyone can get together. 37 There are events that encourage school spirit all throughout homecoming week, which leads to the big day on Friday.
A major activity that most students will take part in is choosing the homecoming king and queen. 38 This is a group of boys and girls who represent (代表行业) school spirit. At the end of the week, students vote for a boy and a girl to be the king and the queen.
Then it's time for the football game, the main event of homecoming week! 39 Almost everyone from school goes to the game: students, parents, teachers and alumni visitors. If they win, everyone is very happy.
40 Students dress up, and some might even bring a date to go with them. After the dance, homecoming is officially over, and everyone can't wait for next year!
A. The last event is the homecoming dance.
B. That is where the name comes from.
C. Homecoming usually lasts a week and happens in the fall.
D. The football team faces a lot of pressure to do well for the big crowd.
E. The tradition began more than 100 years ago in the United States.
F. Students get to pick who will be on homecoming court early in the week.
G. Homecoming week was not just about fun, but also a chance to try out new things.
位列 部份：英语知识运用（共两节 ，满分45分）
位列 节 完形填空（共20小题；每小题1.5分 ，满分30分）
Most people are always complaining about having no time to accompany their children, but is it true? Two years ago, Shirley, wife, mother and doctor, found herself worn out. She got up earlier, and went to bed later, just to meet everyday 41 , but lacked 42 for the things that mattered most. She and her husband, a lawyer, began searching for ways to 43 their lives. "We had to decide what was really 44 "says Shirley. Ţhey knew they wanted more time to 45 with their three-year-old son, to exercise and eat right, and to develop friendship. So the couple chose to live more simply, shopping with care for necessities and enjoying inexpensive 46 such as reading, cooking and going to the park.
Then Shirley 47 her job and began working part time. She printed business cards that 48 “At your service, buy 49 a little time” and helped clients with personal tasks like shopping, paying bills and 50 parties. “I still work hard, but being able to control my hours makes a 51 .” she says, “I can spare time to take my son to the 52 or play basketball with him. My stress and headaches are 53 .” Shirley and her husband are 54 alone in wanting to 55 and live a satisfying life. A survey found that 54 percent of parents say they have little time with their c
For most people, 58 and commuting take up most of the day. Simplifying means becoming 59 of the ways we use money, we have to gain 60 over life and have time for the pleasures.
41. A. activitiesB. demandsC. servicesD. exercises
42. A. timeB. strengthC. moneyD. ability
43. A. leadB. adaptC. simplifyD. consider
44. A. importantB. interestingC. hardD. comfortable
45. A. studyB. helpC. meetD. play
46. A. tasksB. placesC. pleasures D. goods
47. A. foundB. receivedC. tookD. quitted
48. A. wroteB. readC. showedD. told
49. A. usB. yourselfC. childrenD. herself
50. A. organizingB. attendingC. havingD. going
51. A. lifeB. resultC. difference D. balance
52. A. officeB. hospitalC. schoolD. park
53. A. betterB. goneC. strong D. obvious
54. A. much tooB. a bitC. far fromD. more than
55. A. slow downB. settle downC. take offD. keep pace
56. A. expectB. doubtC. imagineD. complain
57. A. HowB. When C. WhereD. Why
58. A. workingB. readingC. shopping D. traveling
59. A. afraidB. awareC. proudD. sure
60. A. valueB. experienceC. successD. control
位列 节（共10小题；每小题1.5分 ，满分15分）
阅读以下几点材料 ，在空白处填入适当的单词或用括号内单词的正确形式填空 。
Were you the first or the last child in your family? Or were you a middle or an only child? Some people think 61 matters where you were born in your family. But there are different ideas about what birth order means. Some people say that oldest children, 62 are smart and strong-willed, are very likely 63 (succeed). The reason 64 this is simple. Parents have a lot of time for their first child and give him or her a lot of attention. An only child will succeed for 65 same reason.
What happens to the 66 children in the family? Middle children don’t get so much attention, so they don’t feel that important. If a family has many children, the middle one sometimes gets lost in the crowd. The youngest child, 67 , often gets special treatment. Often this child grows up to be funny. But a recent study saw things quite 68 (difference). The study found that first children believed in family rules. They didn’t take many chances in 69 lives. They usually 70 (follow) orders. Rules didn’t mean as much to later children in the family. They took chances and they often did better in life.
位列 部份写作（共两节 ，满分35分）
位列 节 短文改错（共10小题 ，每小题1分 ，满分10分）
请修改就来的短文 ，文中共有10处语言错误 ，每句中最频繁有三处 。错误涉及有一些单词的增大、删除或修改 。
增大：在缺词处加有一些漏字符号（^） 。并在其就来写出该加的词 。
修改：在错的词下划一横线 ，并在该词就来写出修改后的词 。
- 只允许修改 10处 ，多者（从第11处起）不记分 。
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Hope you enjoy your stay here.
位列 节 书面表达（满分25分）
假设说你 李华 ，很也爱绘画 ，并在网路上注册再加入了有一些国际绘画爱好者论坛 。该论坛的版主John想在办有一些儿童美术展 ，请你很据以下几点提示给John写一封电子邮件 ，向他提是比如征求和想在考虑 。
3. 选比如名人的代表行业其它作品 ，配上其它作品解读；
4. 补充介绍著名画家的励志系列故事 。
2. 可适当增大细节 ，以使行文连贯 。
位列 部份 听力
1-5 BCABA 6-10CBBCA 11-15 BACBA 16-20 ABCBA
位列 部份 阅读完全理解
21-24 CADC 25-27 ADB 28-31CABC 32-35ACDC 36-40BCFDA
41-45 BACAD 46-50CDBBA 51-55 CDBCA 56-60DCABD
61. it 62. who 63. to succeed 64. for 65. the
66. other 67. however/though 68. differently 69. their 70. followed
位列 部份 写作
7. trouble to 的to去掉（或to改为in）
位列 节 书面表达
Dear John ，
I heard that you would like to hold an art exhibition for children. I’m glad to hear this and I want to give you some suggestions that I think may help.
First, why not choose a theme attracting children’s attention since it is mainly aimed at children? It is also a good choice to exhibit some paintings drawn by children. If they can see their own or their peers’ works on show, they might be more interested in it. What’s more, it would be better to display some paintings of famous artists so as to guide children to appreciate the beauty of these paintings. Meanwhile, you can pick o
That’s what I want to say. I hope your exhibition will be a complete success.