满分 150 分 时间 120 分钟 2016.07 第一部分：听力（略） 第二部分：阅读理解（共两节，满分 60 分） 第一节 （共 15 小题；每小题 3 分，满分 45 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，并在答题 卡上将该项涂黑。
A Dear Mrs.Denner,
Over the past five months, your husband has been causing quite a commotion(混 乱) in our store. Our complaints（抱怨） against Mr.Denner are listed below:
July 2:Set all the alarm clocks in house-wares to go off at 5-minute intervals(间 隔).
July 7: Made a trail(小径) of tomato juice on the floor leading to the women’s restroom.
August 4: Took a bag of M&M’s from the candy shelf and handed out to the passing children to eat.
September 14:Moved a “CAUTION—WET FLOOR” sign to a carpeted area. September 15: Set up a tent in the camping department and told other shoppers he’d invite them in if they would bring pillows and blankets from the bedding department. September 23:When a clerk asked if they could help him ，he began crying and screamed,“Why can’t you people just leave me alone?” October 4: Looked right into the security camera and used it as a mirror while he picked his nose. November 10: While handling guns in the hunting department, he asked the clerk where the antidepressants were. December 3:Darted around the store while loudly humming the “Mission Impossible” theme. December 6:In the auto department, he practiced his “Madonna look” by using
different sizes of funnels.
December 18:Hid in a clothing rack（支架） and when people looked through, yelled
“PICK ME!PICK ME!”
December 21:When an announcement came over the loud speaker, he assumed a fatal
position and screamed “OH NO!IT’S THOSE VOICES AGAIN!”
December 23:Went into a fitting room（装配车间）, shut the door, waited a while,
and then yelled very loudly,“Hey! There’s no toilet paper in here!”
Our video surveillance(监控)cameras recorded all these. Never once did our
reminding and warning work and therefore we are forced to ban him from the store.
1. How did the market get to know about Mr.Denner’s strange behavior?
A. From other shoppers.
B. Through the cameras of the market.
C. From the shop assistants.
D. By talking with Mr.Denner.
2.“M&M’s” may be the brand of
A. chocolate B. clothes C. furniture D. medicine
3.From the passage, we can learn that Mr.Denner
A. once poured some water on the carpet of the market
B. managed to get some shoppers to camp together with him
C. did all of these strange things due to his mental disease
D. was once warned not to do such strange things in the market
4. In which month did Mr.Denner cause most troubles?
A. In July. B. In September. C. In November. D. In December.
When you are in another country, it is important to know the language, but it
is equally important to know how to communicate nonverbally. Before saying anything,
people communicate nonv erbally by making gestures. According to an investigation(调
查),only 30 to 35 percent of our communication is verbal. When people don’t know
the language, the most common way to communicate is through gestures. However, many
gestures have different meanings, or no meaning at all, in different parts of the
In the United States, for example, nodding your head up and down means “yes”.
In some parts of Greece and Turkey, however, this motion can mean “no”. In Southeast
Asia, nodding your head is a polite way of saying “I’ve heard you.”
In ancient Rome, when the emperor wanted to spare someone’s life, he would put
his thumb up. Today in the United States, when someone puts his/her thumb up, it
means “Everything is all right.” However, in Sardinia and Greece, the gesture is
insulting (侮辱)and should not be used there.
In the United States, raising your clasped(握紧 的) hands above your head means
“I’m the champion” or “I’m the winner”. It is the sign that prizefighters make
when they win a fight. When a leading Russian statesman(政治家) made this gesture
after a White House meeting, Americans misunderstood and thought he meant he was
a winner. In Russia, however, it is a sign of friendship.
There are other nonverbal signals that people should be aware of when they go
to another country, such as the distance to maintain between speakers. Americans
stand closer to each other than English people. English people don’t like touching
somebody or being touched. Now in America, touch is important. For example friends
touch each other on the arm. They often put an arm around a friend when they say
“hello” or “goodbye”.
5.It is very important to know how to communicate nonverbally when you are in another
A. most people speak different languages
B. much of our communication is nonverbal on many occasions
C. people usually make gestures before saying anything
D. it’s easy to learn how to express oneself through gestures
6.If a native in Singapore nods his head up and down when you talk to him, his motion
A. yes B. no C. that’s all right D. I’ve heard you
7.When the Russian leader put up his clasped hands after the meeting at the White
A. he meant Russia was the winner
B. he was insulting America
C. he made a show of friendship to America
D. he in fact meant nothing at all
8.The gesture of putting one’s thumb up should not be used when you are travelling
A. China B. the United States C. Greece D. Southeast Asia
The Wizarding World(魔法世界) of Harry Potter theme park will open in Florida
in 2009,and will provide attractions and rides based on places from the Harry Potter
The novels’ author JK Rowling has already given her blessing to the project.
She said,“The plans I’ve seen look unbelievably exciting, and I don’t think fans
of the books or films will be disappointed.”
Stuart Craig, the man in charge of the design of the park, is an Oscar-winning
production designer who worked on the Harry Potter films so it should be faithful(忠
实的) to JK Rowling’s vision.
Stuart Craig said, “Our primary goal is to make sure this experience is an
authentic extension(原著的延伸) of Harry Potter’s world as it is portrayed in the
books and films.”
Visitors to the park will be able to explore some of their favourite places from
the book such as the village of Hogsmeade, the Forbidden Forest and, of course,
Hogwarts Castle, where Harry goes to school.
Although fans can look forward to a holiday in the Harry Potter theme park, many
will be saddened by the fact that the best-selling series (系列)is now drawing to
The final instalment(分期连载的一部分) in the series, Harry Potter and the
Deathly Hallows, will be published on 21 July, and to mark the event JK Rowling is to read extracts(摘录) from the book to a select audience at midnight on th e day of publication.
Rowling has announced that two characters die in the final book, but has not revealed(透露) if Harry is one of them so fans will have to wait to find out the fate of their magical hero. 9. What’s the passage mainly about?
A. A new book about Harry Potter. B. A theme park about Harry Potter. C. What people will see in the theme park. D. Something about Harry Potter. 10. What will people see in the theme park? A. Some of the places in the book. B. Harry Potter and most of the characters. C. How film Harry Potter was made. D. The ending part of the magical story. 11.What’s meaning of the underlined word “portrayed” mean in the fourth paragraph? A . Explored. B. Saddened. C. Described. D. Opened. 12.What’s the novel’s author JK Rowling’s attitude to the theme park? A. Not as good as the book. B. It will be well received. C. Not satisfied with the places shown in the park. D. Saddened.
D Love, success, happiness, family and freedom—how important are these values to you? Here is one interview which explores the fundamental(基本的) questions in life. Q: Could you introduce yourself first? A: My name is Misbah,27 years old. I was born in a war-torn(战争毁掉的) area. Right now I’m a web designer. Q: What are your great memories? 教育配套资料 K12
A: My parents used to take me to hunt birds, climb trees, and play in the fields.
For me it was like a holiday, because we were going to have fun all day long. Those
are my great memories.
Q: Does your childhood mean a lot to you?
A: Yes. As life was very hard, I used to work to help bring money in for the family.
I spent my childhood working, with responsibilities beyond my age. However, it taught
me to deal with problems all alone. I learnt to be independent.
Q: What changes would you like to make in your life?
A: If I could change something in my life, I’d change it so that my childhood could
have taken place in another area. I would have loved to live with my family in f reedom.
Who cares whether we have much money, or whether we have a beautiful house? It
doesn’t matter as long as I can live with my family and we are safe.
Q: How do you get along with your parents?
A: My parents supported me until I came of age. I want to give back what I’ve got.
That’s our way. But I am working in another city. My only contact with my parents
now is through the phone, but I hate using it. It filters(过滤) out your emotion
and leaves your voice only. My deepest feelings shoul d be passed through sight,
hearing and touch.
13.In Misbah’s childhood,
A. he was free from worry B. he liked living in the countryside
C. he was fond of getting close to nature
D. he often spent holidays with his family
14.What did Misbah desire most in his childhood?
A. A colorful life.
B. A beautiful house.
C. Peace and freedom. D. Money for his family.
15.How would Misbah prefer to communicate with his parents?
A. By chatting on the Internet.
B. By calling them sometimes.
C. By paying weekly visits.
D. By writing letters to them.
第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 3 分，满分 15 分） 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余
选项。 Every boy and every girl expects their parents to give them more pocket money.
Why do their parents just give them a certain amount? 16 The amount of money that parents give to their children to spend as they wish
differs from family to family. 17 Some children get weekly pocket money. Others get monthly pocket mon ey.
First of all, children are expected to make a choice between spending and saving. Then parents should make the children understand what is expected to pay for with the money. At first, some young children may spend all of the money soon after they receive it. Parents are usually advised not to offer more money until it is the right time. 18
In order to encourage their children to do some housework, some parents give pocket money if the children help around the home. Some experts think it not wise to pay the children for doing that. 19
Pocket money can give children a chance to experience the three things they can do with the money. They can spend it by giving it to a good cause. They can spend it by buying things they want. 20 Saving helps children understand that costly goals require sacrifice（牺牲）. Saving can also open the door to future saving and investing（投资） for children.
A. They can save it for futur e use. B. Timing （时间）is another consideration（考虑）. C. As helping at home is a normal part of family life. D. Some children are not good at managing their pocket money. E. Learning how to get money is very important for every child. F. One main purpose is to let kids learn how to manage their own money. G. By doing so, these children will learn that spending must be done with a budget
（预算）. 第三部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 55 分） 第一节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分）
阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C、D）中,选出可以填入空白处 教育配套资料 K12
Walt Disney was born on December 5, 1901 in Chicago Illinois while he lived most
of his childhood in Marceline, Missouri.
Since young, Walt showed great 21 in art. He would often sell drawings to
neighbors to make 22 money. Though his father could be quite 23 ,and often
there was little money in the family, Walt was 24 by his mother, and older
brother to 25 his attention on what he loved deeply.
In 1918,Disney 26 to enter the army. However, he was 27 because he was
under age, only 16 at the time. 28 ,Walt joined the Red Cross and was 29 to
France, where he spent a year driving an ambulance(救护车).His ambulance was 30
not with army camouflage(伪装),but with Disney cartoons.
Once Walt 31 from France to America, he started a small company which finally
32 to be a failure. Wit h twenty dollars, Walt 33 for Hollywood to try his
luck. After making a 34 of his “Alice Comedies”, Walt became a(an) 35
Hollywood figure. In 1932,Flowers and Trees(the first color cartoon) 36 Walt the
first of his studio’s Academy Awards. His dream of a clean, and organized amusement
park 37 as Disneyland Park opened in 1955.
Walt Disney is a hero of the 20th century. His worldwide popularity was 38
on the ideals(标准): imagination, creation and self-made success in the American
39 .He brought us closer to the future 40 telling us of the past. It is certain
that Walt Disney is a great man.
21. A. love B. taste C. interest
22. A. exact B. many C. plenty
23. A. friendly B. strict C. humorous D. selfish
24. A. advised B. hoped C. encouraged D. persuaded
25. A. pay
B. fix C. devote D. direct
26. A. tried
B. succeeded C. managed D. considered
27. A. received B. refused C. accepted D. avoided
28. A. Besides B. In fact C. Instead D. As a result
29. A. driven
B. sent C. carried
30. A. filled
B. crowded C. covered D. repaired
31. A. came B. reached C. got
32. A. turned out B. grew up C. ended up D. suffered from
33. A. drove
B. headed C. ran
34. A. difference
B. success C. lecture D. face
35. A. recognized
B. admired C. wealthy
36. A. offered
B. supplied C. earned
37. A. took out B. carried out C. came out D. came true
38. A. produced B. based C. settled D. stood
39. A. life B. tradition C. country
40. A. before
B. after C. while D. until
第二节 根据所学,填出单词的适当形式（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分）
41.I can’t stand people with no sense of
42.The children quickly got
(bore)with staying indoors.
(fortunate),you were out when we called.
44. “Are you really an artist?” Felix asked
45.There must have been some
(understand).I didn’t order all these books.
46.Your proposal sounds very
47.How does one gain
(admit) to the university?
( work) abroad for twenty years, the old man is on the way back to
49. The bridge
at the moment will be the longest one in this area.
50.When I opened the door, I noticed someone
(sit) by her side talking with
第四部分写作（共两节，满分 35 分）
第一节短文改错(共 10 小题；每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)
文中共有 10 处语言错误，每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。
注意：1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词； 2.只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）
We had a dog naming Doudou, and he loved to ride in the car. But one day, on
a trip to the shop, our car was stolen for Doudou in the back seat. We called the
police but put signs up all over the town. We were desperate and has started to believe
we would never see our beloved pets again. But after four days, Doudou dragged himself
up our driveway, exhausting and starving. After talking to the police, we found out
that a car had been driven about 35 km off and abandoned. We were amazed that Doudou
could manage get himself out of the car and find her way home. 第二节书面表达(满分 25 分)
注意:1.词数 100 左右;
I’m Li Hua,
Look forward to your reply.
Yours, Li Hua
1---4;BADD 5---8；BDCC 9---12：BACB 13---15：CCC
16—20：F B G C A
21. C22. D23. B24. C25. B
26. A27. B28. C29. B30. C
31. D32. A33. B34. A35. A
36. C37. D38. B39. B40. C
1. humor2. bored3. Unfortunately4. curiously5. misunderstanding
6. attractive7. admission8. Having worked9. being built10. sitting
第六句:a→the 或 our;off→away
第七句:get 前加 to;her→his
I’m Li Hua, a Chinese student taking summer courses in your university. I’m
writing to ask for help. I came here last month and found my courses interesting.
But I have some difficulties with note-taking and I have no idea of how to use the
library. I was told the Learning Center provides help for students and I ’m anxious
to get help from you. I have no class on Tuesday mornings and Friday afternoons.
Please let me know which day is OK with you. You may email or phone me. Here are
my email address and phone number:firstname.lastname@example.org; 12345678.
Look forward to your reply.