第一部分 分值：100分 命题人：余春晖 听力（共两节，满分20分）
1. What will the man probably do tomorrow?
A. Hold a party. B. Go to the cinema.
C. Drive the woman to the party.
2. How many kilograms has the woman lost?
A. 5 B. 10 C. 15
3. What did the man do?
A. He ordered some paper. B. He has the printer repaired.
C. He chatted online with a friend.
4. What did the man do last night?
A. He went to the cinema. B. He watched the movie on CCTV 6.
C. He borrowed some books from the library.
5. What will the two speakers do this afternoon?
A. Study in the classroom B. Watch a football match C. Play football.
6. When will the man need a room in Sunnyside Inn?
A. On August 2nd. B. On August 20th. C. On August 22nd.
7. How much is a non-smoking room per night?
A. $ 95. B. $ 99. C. $ 100.
8. What does the man think of the woman’s job?
A. Exciting B. Boring C. Hard
9. What does the woman do?
A. A photographer B. An actress C. A film director 听第8段材料，回答第10至12题。
10. What do we know about Jake’s daughter?
A. She is working as a model.
C. She passed away years ago.
11. How is Jake now?
A. Sick B. Injured C. Healthy B. She is rich and kind.
12. What does the woman think of Johnson?
A. Serious B. funny C. Excellent
13. When is the music usually played?
A. From 9 pm to midnight B. From 8 pm to 11 pm C. From 9 am to 7 pm
14. How long has the man been away from his apartment?
A. For two days B. For two weeks C. For three weeks
15. What’s the second problem the woman is complaining about?
A. The man’s roommate throws rubbish everywhere.
B. The man’s roommate plays music all night.
C. The man’s roommate takes up two parking spaces.
16. When will the man talk to his roommate?
A. Tonight B. Tomorrow morning C. Tomorrow night
17. What does the speaker think of his working conditions?
A. Poor B. So-so C. Good
18. How many hours does the speaker work every week?
A. 38 B. 40 C. 42
19. How does the speaker spend his four-week holiday?
A. He usually takes one week to travel in summer.
B. He usually goes on a two-week vacation in spring.
C. He usually takes one week to travel abroad in winter.
20. What do we know about the company’s working time?
A. Employees cannot leave the company before 5:00 pm.
B. It’s able to change to suit employees’ different situations.
C. Employees are considered late if they start work after 8:00 am.
第二部分 阅读理解 （共两节，满分30分）
Have you ever heard the old saying, “Never judge a book by its cover.”? This is a good rule to follow when trying to judge the intelligence of others. Some people have minds that shine only in certain situations. A young man with an unusual talent in writing may find himself speechless before a pretty girl when he speaks. He may not be able to find the right words. But don’t make the mistake of thinking him stupid. With a pen and paper, he can express himself better than anybody else.
Other people may fool you into overestimating(过高估计) their intelligence by putting up a good front. A student who listens attentively and takes notes in class is bound to (一定会) make a favorable impression on his teachers. But when it comes to exams, he may score near the bottom of
In a word, you can’t judge someone by appearance. The only way to determine a person’s intelligence is to get to know him. Then you can see how he reacts to different situations. The more situations you see, the better your judgment is likely to be. So take your time. Don’t judge a book by its cover.
21. The passage suggests that ______.
A. a speechless person always writes well
C. a good writer is always a good speaker D. a good writer will find himself speechless B. a good writer may not be a good
22. According to this passage, a student who listens attentively and takes notes in class ______.
A. is an intelligent student
C. will score best in exams B. will not be a good student D. may not be an intelligent student
23. The passage suggests that we should judge a person’s intelligence through ______.
A. his teachers B. his behavior in the classroom
D. his appearance C. his reactions to different situations
24. The writer of this passage wants to tell us not to______.
A. judge a book by its cover
B. make the mistake of thinking a young man stupid
C. overestimate a student’s intelligence
D. judge a person’s intelligence by his appearance
Very few people look forward to and enjoy exams. That doesn’t have to mean that you should be afraid of them, though. The following tips will help you get through that terrible exam period.
Here are eight steps to help you during exams:
1. Make sure you know how much time you will have in the exam, and how many questions there will be. Then you can divide your time among the questions to make sure that they all get answered.