１．What kind of sports does the man like best?
A．Volleyball． B．Football． C．Basketball．
２．When will the meeting be over?
A．10:30． B．9:00． C．7:30．
３．What does the man mean?
A．He is very pleased with himself．
B．He regrets about himself．
C．He is thankful to the woman
４．Where did this conversation most probably take place?
A．In a hospital． B．in a classroom． C．In a dining room．
５．What will the man do this weekend?
A．Go shopping． B．Move to a new house． C．Help somebody．
6．What's the relationship between the two speakers?
A．Customer and repairman．
B．Husband and wife．
C．Employer and employee．
7．What will the woman do?
A．Fix it herself． B．Come back later． C．Call for help．
8．When was the baby born?
A．August 10． B．August 20． C．August 15．
9．What are they going to call the baby?
A．John． B．Tom． C．Susan．
10．When will they go to see Susan and her baby?
11．What trouble does the woman have?
A．The water pipe has burst．
B．Her house is flooded．
C．She feels panic．
12．Where does the woman live?
A．In the Grand building．
B．Near Fuxing Road．
C．On Fuxing Road．
13．What's the woman's telephone number?
A．63768448． B．63764884． C．63674884．
14．Why does Margaret telephone?
A．For a job． B．For information． C．For a holiday．
15．How old is Margaret?
A．12． B．19． C．18．
16．What will Margaret take with her?
A．Work report． B．Last school report． C．Graduation certificate．
17．What could a lucky customer get at the supermarket?
A．A beautiful gift．
B．The manager's congratulations ．
18．How often was a lucky customer chosen?
A．Every day． B．Once a month． C．Once a week．
19．Why did Mrs Edward go back to the supermarket?
A．To buy some Tea．
B．To be the lucky customer．
C．To see the manager．
20．How did Mrs Edward probably feel when she became the lucky customer?
A．Confused． B．Disappointed． C．Shy．
21．—Where can we go for our winter vacation?
—___: Shanghai, Beijing, wherever you like．
A．You got it B．You name it C．You made it D．You deserve it
22．Many countries are increasing their use of natural gas, wind and other forms of____．
A．power B．force C．energy D．strength
23．—Do you know ____ the 2011 Xiamen International Marathon was held?
—On January 2．
A．when it was that B．when was it that
C．what it was that D．what was it that
24．____ with any common sense can tell the difference between the two．
A．Who B．Whoever C．Anyone D．That
25．—Jane, Peter has got a well-paid job in a foreign company．
—You mean he is ____ than he used to be．
A．badly off B．well off C．worse off D．better off
26．Without Sir Tim, the father of the www, keeping up with the latest ____ so convenient．
A．would be B．wouldn't be
C．would have been D．wouldn't have been
27．—You all like your English teacher?
—Yeah, she devotes herself____ to teaching and it earns her a good reputation．
A．originally B．extremely C．obviously D．entirely
28．He was admitted into Beijing University and years of his hard work ____ eventually．
A．paid off B．were paid off C．had paid off D．had been paid off
29．Children should be instructed to put things ____ they belong in their early childhood．
A．where B．in which C．to which D．what
30．The boy was too young to write, but he sent his father a letter and told him what had happened
A．with B．in C．to D．by
31．Hearing the dog barking fiercely, away .
A．the thief fled B．was the thief fleeing
C．the thief was fleeing D．fled the thief
32．—Does your Dad quit smoking, Jenny?
—Yes, but he for almost ten years.
A．smoked B．was smoking C．has smoked D．had smoked
33．Catherine intended to make fun of others, only .
A．fooling B．being fooled C．to be fooled D．to fool
34．Many children, parents are away working in big cities, should be taken good care of.
A．their B．whose C．of whom D．with whose
35．The government spokesman has to his words before responding to reporters.
A．pass B．weigh C．cover D．express
Years ago, if a teenager had some problems in her life, she might go home and write in her diary. Now, a teenager with 36 problems might go onto the Internet and write about them in a blog. In many ways, a diary and a blog are very 37 . So, what makes blogging different from writing in 38 diary?
The biggest difference is that blogging is much more 39 than a diary. Usually, a teenager treats her diary like a book full of 40 that she does not want to 41 .
It’s interesting that someone who writes in a blog 42 a diary will probably write nearly the same information.
I have a little sister, and sometime s I go online to read her 43 . She writes about things like waking up early for swimming practice and not studying enough for her chemistry test. 44
I was her age, I wrote about the same things, but 45 in my diary. Then, after I had finished writing, I would hide my diary in a secret place because I was 46 that my sister might read it!
The biggest 47 with blogging is that anyone can read what you write. If I was angry with a friend during high school and wrote something 48 about her in my diary, she would never know. 49 , if my sister ever wrote something bad about a friend, that friend 50 read her blog and get a “cry”.
There are also 51 of blogging, of course. If I was feeling sad one day and wrote in my diary, “Nobody cares about me,” 52 would know about it. However, if my sister wrote the same sentence in her blog, her best friends would 53 respond（回应）and tell her how much they 54 her. Blogs help people 55 in contact with their friends and to hear what the people around them are doing.
36. A. similar B. troublesome C. difficult D. daily
37. A. familiar B. special C. similar D. different
38. A. a personal B. an ordinary C. a common D. a traditional
39. A. attractive B. public C. convenient D. quick
40. A. thoughts B. puzzles C. mysteries D. secrets
41. A. tell B. share C. publish D. solve
42. A. instead of B. as well as C. in favor of D. in spite of
43. A. blog B. diary C. report D. web
44. A. Although B. Since C. When D. Because
45. A. only B. already C. still D. never
46. A. angry B. concerned C. glad D. worried
47. A. problem B. doubt C. trouble D. mistake
48. A. unpleasant B. wrong C. mean D. funny
49. A. Besides B. However C. Therefore D. Then
50. A. should B. will C. must D. might
51. A. reasons B. disadvantages C. shortcomings D. advantages
52. A. everyone B. no one C. anyone D. someone
53. A. happily B. especially C. quickly D. immediately
54. A. like B. miss C. need D. help
55. A. lose B. stay C. get D. find
When people hear that I’m the youngest person to row solo across the Atlantic Ocean, they all have the same question: How did a 22-year old woman row a 19-foot boat for 70 days through high winds and crashing waves? Well, the biggest difficulty for me wasn’t physical. By the time I decided to do the ocean row, I had already biked 3,300 miles cross-country, run across the Moja ve Desert, and swum the 325-mile length of the Allegheny River. No, the tough part would be mental: How would I handle the loneliness, the boredom of the vast sea?
I set off on January 3, 2010. I set my sights on getting past the quarter-way mark, which would take about 20 days.
Day 20, January 22, was gray and cloudy. I could have done something to celebrate, such as treating myself to a chocolate bar. But I didn’t.
I was suffering from terrible loneliness. I hadn’t seen landing over two weeks. Every day was beginning to feel the same. Eating, rowing, sleeping, watch the sky, watch the ocean.
Then, around sunset, I saw something move on the horizon. They were dolphins! They circled my boat. Suddenly I felt so grateful. They had come to help me celebrate, just when I needed them. I rowed at full strength for the next 20 minutes with the dolphins around. By the time we went our separate ways, I was no longer lonely. Better yet, I knew I would be okay.
I did make it, all 2,817 miles. I hit the coast of Guyana, South America, on March 14, after 70 days and five hours at sea. My ocean row raised $70,000 for the Blue Planet Run Foundation, which funds drinking water programs around the world. I know some athletes spend the entire journey imagining the end, and that helps them get through. But for me, the secret is to focus on the moment, where you experience the personal growth—those moments of awareness of being connected to the sun, the weather, and the waves. And, on the best day of my life, those dolphins, which freed myself from terrible loneliness.
56. Which is the step taken as part of preparation for the tough row?
A. swimming the 325-mile length of the river
B. answering the same question raised by people
C. running 3,300 miles cross-country
D. biking across the Mojave Desert
57. What does the underlined part mean?
A. I didn’t have any chocolate bar for energy.
B. I wasn’t in the mood to celebrate my first goal.
C. It’s a pity not to celebrate my passing the quarter of the way
D. It’s a pity not to treat myself to a chocolate bar on Day 20.
58. What can be implied from the last two paragraphs?
A. Imagination was an effective way to help me get through.
B. The Blue Planet Run Foundation helped me a lot.
C. The dolphins accompanie d me to reach my destination
D. The unexpected dolphins swept away my loneliness
59. Which can be the best title of the passage?
A. The day I stopped being lonely
B. The only challenge for a 22-year old
C. How to overcome loneliness at sea.
D. How to row alone across the Atlantic
What is TOVIAZ?
TOVIAZ is a medicine used in adults to treat the symptoms of a condition called overactive bladder（膀胱）.
Who is TOVIAZ for?
Adults 18 years older with symptoms of overactive bladder.
Don’t take TOVIAZ if you:
★ Your stomach empties slowly.
★ Have eye problems.
★ Are allergic to any ingredients of TOVIAZ.
Possible side effects of TOVIAZ
★ Dry mouth.
★ Dry eyes.
★ Trouble empting the bladder
These aren’t all possible side effects of TOVIAZ. For a complete list, ask your doctor.
How to take TOVIAZ:
★ Your doctor may give you the lower 4mg dose of TOVIAZ if you have severe kidney problem.
★ Take TOVIAZ with liquid and swallow the tablet whole. Do not chew, divide or crush the tablet.
★ You can take TOVIAZ with or without food.
★ If you miss a dose of TOVIAZ, start taking it again the next day.
Things you should keep in mind when taking TOVIAZ:
★ Decreased sweating and severe heat illness can occur when medicines such as TOVIAZ are used in hot environments.
★ Drinking alcohol while taking TOVIAZ may cause increased sleepiness.
60. What is the main purpose of the passage?
a) To show the importance of taking proper medicine.
b) To present a report on a scientific research.
c) To give information about a kind of medicine.
d) To teach patients ways of recovery from illness.
61. The main function of TOVIAZ is to treat__________.
a) kidney problem
b) stomach problem
c) dry mouth or eyes
d) overactive bladder
62. What can be inferred from the passage?
A. There are only four possible side effects of TOVIAZ.
B. It’s suggested that TOVIAZ be used for adults 18 years older.
C. Don’t take TOVIAZ if you are allergic to its ingredient.
D. You may feel excited while eating TOVIAZ with alcohol.
63. Which of the statements about taking TOVIAZ is TRUE?
A. If you miss a dose of, do take it right away on the same day.
B. It’s OK to take it with food or without food.
C. Chew the tablet well before you swallow it.
D. Use TOVIAZ in hot environment to cure heat illness.
Civil Affairs and Public Security Departments have been urged to take comprehensive steps to help children who are begging on the nation's streets and are often abused. Premier Wen Jiabao said during his online chat with netizens, China Daily reported.
Wen said he has paid close attention to the ongoing micro blog campaign that calls on concerned netizens to post photos of children begging on the streets in the hope that police will rescue them and return them to their families. There are many reasons why children turn to begging, including poverty and family problems. Joint efforts will help end the problem.
His remarks were welcomed by Yu Jianrong, a professor from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, who starts the online campaign to crack down on child begging.
The All-China Women's Federation (ACWF) also released a statement encouraging people to contact the police if they find any suspect who abuses, or forces juveniles to beg on the streets. People can either call 110 and or dial 12338 and connect with a hotline set up by the ACWF. The statement was reported by Xinhua News Agency.
The micro blog campaign has gained support from charities, and other social institutions since it was launched in January. One Foundation, a Shenzhen-based charity, set up a fund on Feb 19 for a database for sharing information about missing children So far, One Foundation has raised 720,000 yuan ($109,500). Meanwhile, Shanghai Time Plastic Surgery Hospital has offered free plastic surgery to Ren Fangfang, an 8-year-old girl who suffered physical abuse at the hands of a man who used her to beg for him.
64. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage?
A． Premier Wen Jiabao chatted with Yu Jianrong online.
B． One Foundation has set up a hotline for missing children.
C． ACWF promised to offer Ren Fangfang free plastic surgery.
D． Poverty and family problems contribute to child begging
65. Which of the following directly take part in the campaign to help child beggars?
A. Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and China Daily
B. The All-China Women's Federation and Xinhua News Agency
C. One Foundation and Shanghai Time Plastic Surgery Hospital
D. Civil Affairs and Public Security Departments and China Daily
66. What’s the main purpose of the online blog campaign started by Yu Jianrong?
A. To draw the top leader’s attention to the child beggars.
B. To call for comprehensive steps from the g overnment.
C. To gain support from charities and other social institutions.
D. To post photos of child beggars and help them go back home.
67. Which word can best replace the underlined part “crack down” in Para 3?
A. punish B. urge C. delay D. limit
Shoppers throughout the West, wary(谨防的) of a double-dip recession(经济衰退), are still pinching their pennies. However, Chinese consumers are opening their wallets big time. According to Mckinsey, shop sales in China have grown by 25 per cent annually from 2007 to 2009. Consumer confidence is now at its highest point since 2007 and female shoppers are leading the way.
Chinese women saved just 24 per cent of their income, compared with 55 per cent in 2006, according to a recent study in the magazine Women of China. What’s more, three quarters of Chinese women say that they’re the ones who control the family purse strings, which means they are an “emerging powerhouse within the powerhouse” of China.
In the 1950s women contributed just 20 per cent of household income, which rose to about 40 per cent in the 1990s and then reached 50 per cent last year.
In a recent study of Chinese consumer behavior, Mckinsey found that women tend to shop more frequently than men, and spend more on personal-care products and food. Men, by contrast, tend to spend more of their income on gadgets(小玩意), drinks and alcohol, dining out, and socializing. They also tend to save for the bigger-ticket items, like cars and houses.
Chinese women make up an ever-growing small part of the market—up from 20 per cent a decade ago to 50 per cent last year. It’s estimated that in the next five years women will account for 55 per cent of the$9 billion market. “The future is female,” concludes a January HSBC report on special and expensive goods in China.
68. According to the passage, Chinese women ________.
1．save less of their income than before
2．are more cautious of spending their money
3．make as much money as men in the 1990s.
4．spend half income on expensive goods
69. The underlined phrase in the first paragraph probably refers to _______.
A. saving more money B. making extra pay for food
C. meeting with economic problems D. spending money in a wary way
70. Which of the following is true?
A. Chinese men go shopping more often than women
B. Chinese men spend more on personal-care products
C. Chinese men tend to save for the bigger-ticket items
D. Chinese men spent less on drinks and alcohol than women.
71. Which of the following can probably serve as the title of the passage?
A. The Future is Female B. The Power of the Purse
C. Facing a Double-dip Recession D. Chinese Women Going Shopping
Scientists have long understood the key role that oceans play in controlling the Earth’s climate. Oceans cover 70 per cent of the surface of the globe and store a thousand times more heat than the atmosphere does. What’s newer is the understanding of how this key component(组成部分) of our climate system responds to global warming.
A brake on global warming—for now
One of the oceans’ most important climate functions is absorbing heat and carbon dioxide(CO2), one of the gase s that causes global warming. Acting as something absorbing heat, the oceans have absorbed huge amounts of heat and CO2 in the last forty years.
Fujita explains, “the oceans are saving us from faster climate change—they are putting a brake on the climate system.”
“That’s the good news,” he adds. “The bad news is that the oceans only slow the atmospheric warming. Once the oceans come to balance with a greenhouse-gas warmed earth, the extreme heat will remain in the atmosphere and things will get much hotter.” But where and how the oceans release this slowly increased heat is uncertain. And as the ocean stores heat, fragile(脆弱的) underwater ecosystems are struggling.
The most recent scientific report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change(IPCC) also notes with concern that the ocean is acidifying(酸化) because of increased absorption of atmospheric CO2. and thus causing a threat to shell-forming species. Sharp increase in CO2 levels will cause further acidification of the ocean.
Currents distributing heat
Another important role the oceans play is that of distributor(散布者). Oceans deliver heat and life-sustaining nutrition around t he globe. Just as blood tube bring oxygen and nutrition to cells in the human body, the ocean’s currents carry oxygen, nutrients and heat throughout the Earth. The ocean distributes 25 to 50 per cent of energy the planet receives from the sun. For example, the Gulf Stream carries heat across the Atlantic. This warm current gives northwestern European a milder climate that it would normally have so far north. A change to the ocean’s circulation patterns could throw Europe into a colder period, even as the rest of the world is experiencing warmer temperatures.
72. We can infer from the passage that _______.
A. the oceans cause global warming B. the oceans stop global warming
C. the oceans release nutrients and heat D. the ocean ecosystems face more dangers
73. From the passage we can learn that ocean’s currents _ ______.
1．produce oxygen and nutrients around
2．absorb 25-50% of the energy from the sun
3．distribute the atmosphere hotter
D. change the ocean’s circulation patterns
74. Which of the following are the results of the ocean absorbing heat and CO2?
a. It causes further acidification.
b. It makes the atmosphere hotter.
c. It balances the ocea ns with a green-house gas.
d. It affects shell-forming species.
e. It makes the oceans act as a heat sponge.
f. It controls the Earth’s climate.
A. a-c-f B. a-d-f C. b-d-e D. b-c-e
75. If the ocean’s circulation pattern changed, ______.
A. Asia would suffer a hotter climate.[来源:Zxxk.Com]
B. Europe would become hotter
C. the rest of the world would become warmer.
D. the climate of Europe would become colder.
第 II 卷（共两节 满分35分）
Everyone has their own way of learning a foreign language.
When I was ten years old, I _______(开始)to chat with foreigners. But I
was very shy. G________, I became more and more confident with their
help. The f______ year, I went to Y angzhou with two foreigners. I became
their g____. First, we came into the Shouxi River, which they wanted to
look around ______ boat. After that, they wanted to buy some souvenirs .
The sellers couldn’t speak English, _____I tried my best to put
_______ they said into English. Next, we went to a small zoo,
where we took some _______.This was an unforgettable
_____(挑战). I hope I can catch many opportunities in the
in the future, then I can speak English, because I think practice makes ______.
Work while you work, and play while you play.
For that is the way to be happy and gay.
All that you do, do with your might（力量）
Things done by halves are never done right.
1—5 BCBAA 6—10 ABACA 11—15 CBACB 16--20 CABBA
21—25BCDCA 26—30 DBBCB 31—35 DAACA
36—40 BACDC 41—45BBADC 46—50 ACBBD
56-59 ABDA 60-63 CDBB 64-67 DCDA 68-71 ADCD
76.began 77 .Gradually 78 .following 79. guide 80.by
81 .so 82 what 83 .photos/pictures 84. challenge 85.perfect
One possible version：
Work Determination and Play
Work and play are both necessary for us. Work gives us knowledge while play gives us rest.
Being hard-working is one of the qualities we admire. We can not achieve success without it. Once we set our goal, we must work hard until we succeed. It is no good getting things half done.
However, we can not work all the time if we are going to keep healthy and enjoy ourselves. Good physical and mental health can enable us to work efficiently. While you work, you should work by heart. Then while you play, you will be even more relaxed.
If we understand the relationship between work and play, and arrange our time properly, we can achieve our goal in our life.