听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项， 并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话前，你将有时间阅读各个小题，每小题5秒钟;听完后，各小题 将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话仅读一遍。
例：How much is the shirt?
A. £ 19.15. B.£ 9.18. C.£ 9.15.
1. What does the man offer the woman?
A. Some food. B. Some help with her report. C. His mother’s cookbook.
2. What does the woman ask the man to bring?
A. His friend. B. Some bread. C. Some drinks.
3. What’s wrong with the car?
A. There is something wrong with the battery.
B. The car can’t start easily.
C. The car is leaking oil.
4. What will the man do tonight?
A. Attend a party. B. Do the homework. C. Take a math exam.
5. How much money will the woman have after she pays for the tickets?
A. 6 dollars. B. 4 dollars. C. 1 dollar.
听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选 出最佳选 项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个小题，每小题5 秒钟;听完后，各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。
6. When will Mr. West move into his new house?
A. This morning. B. Tomorrow morning. C. Tomorrow afternoon.
7. Who is Mr. West?
A. The speaker’s house owner. B. The speaker’s neighbor. C. The speaker’s dog.
8. Where does the conversation probably take place?
A. In a ticket off ice. B. In a restaurant. C. In an information centre.
9. What will the man probably do?
A. Tour the city. B. Visit the island. C. Buy a booklet.听第8段材料，回答第10至12题。
10. Why was Jane in the man^ office?
A. She has been coming late for her class for some days.
B. She has been absent for a few days.
C. She has fallen behind in her studies.
11. What does she do to earn money for her school fees?
A. She sells newspapers. B. She delivers milk. C. She babysits.
12. What will the man do to help her?
A. He will help her find another job.
B. He will deliver milk for her.
C. He will give her a scholarship.
13. How long will the street be closed according to the woman?
A. For a week. B. For two weeks. C. For ten days.
14. What does the man want to do?
A. Call the film director. B. Write to the mayor. C. Watch the movie being made.
15. What happened last time a movie was made?
A. The man had to move out for a while.
B. The man’s guests couldn’t find hotel rooms.
C. The man had to reschedule his meeting.
16. How does the woman feel about the film shooting?
A. It will cost the city a lot of money.
B. It will take a long time to make.
C. It will be good for the local economy.
17. When did they go to London?
A. Last spring. B. Last summer. C. Last autumn.
18. How did they do most of their sightseeing?
A. By taxi. B. By subway. C. By walking.
19. Which place cost the speaker much money?
A. In Oxford Street. B. In the National Gallery. C. In Buckingham Palace.
20. Which statement is NOT true?
A. They enjoyed their visit last year.
B. They enjoyed going to the theater most.
C. They think English food is terrible.第二部分阅读理解(共两节，满分40分)
We were ordinary people taking the bus every day that summer. During the early morning rides, we sat sleepily on our seats. One of the passengers was a small grey man to the center for senior citizens. He walked with a stoop (驼背)and a sad look on his face. We paid little attention to him.
Then one July morning he said good morning to the driver and smiled to us before sitting down. The driver nodded politely, the rest of us being silent. The next day, the old man boarded the bus energetically, smiled and said loud, “ Good morning!” Some of us looked up, amazed, and murmured “Good morning”. The following weeks we were more surprised. Our friend was dressed in a nice old suit with the thin hair carefully combed. He said good morning to us every day and we gradually began to nod and talk to each other. One morning he had a bunch of wild flowers in his hand. The driver smilingly asked，“Have you got yourself a girlf riend?” He nodded shyly, “She lives at the center.” The other passengers whistled and clapped at him. Charlie bowed before sitting down.
Every morning after that Charlie always brought a flower. Some regular passengers began bringing him flowers for his bunch. Everyone smiled and jo ked about it.
But one morning he didn’t turn up. When he wasn’t there the following days, we started wondering if he was sick or... We stopped at the center for senior citizens. The staff told us he was fine, but he hadn’t been coming that week. One of his very close friends had died at the weekend. They expected him back on Monday. How silent we were on the rest of the way to work!
The next Monday he was waiting at the stop, stooping a bit more and a bit more grey. Inside the bus was a silence, all of us sitting with our eyes filled with tears and wild flowers in our hands.
21. The old man boarded the bus energetically probably because _______.
A. he bought a bunch of flo wers B. he got to know other passengers
C. he fell in love with a lady D. he had a sweet dream
22. What change did the old man bring to the early morning bus?
A. The passengers were silent. B. The bus was full of life.
C. The passengers were sleepy. D. The bus was punctual.
23. Why didn’t the old man turn up for several days?
A. He was in sorrow for the loss of his girlfriend.
B. He wondered whether others cared about him.
C. He had a quarrel with the staff of the center.
D. He wasn’t himself for the cold weather.
24. What can we infer from t he story?
A. Only love can affect others’ emotions.
B. The old man’s passion for love inspires others.
C. The passengers didn’t care about others’ feelings.
D. The center for senior citizens is a good place for love.
Hong Kong Biking Tour
Hong Kong Biking Tour includes a visit to an age-old walled village, a mysterious tree house and a world-class bird reserve. You will cycle to the south of the Mai Po Reserve, where thousands of migratory birds spend the winter. Then it is on to Yuen Long Restaurant for lunch. The full version of the tour continues through more wetlands around Deep Bay and the Lau Fau Shan fishing village. The day concludes with an optional two or three hours’ visit to the Hong Kong Wetland Park.
Frequency Every Wednesday and Saturday from January 2017 to August 2017
Time/Duration 9 am to 2 pm/5 pm (5-8 hours) for full version 9 am to noon (3 hours) for short version
Language English (French/Spanish/Chinese on request)
Tour Price HK $ 700 (full version) per person
HK $ 550 (short version) per person (minimum 4 people)
Cycling Time Approx. 4 hours
Cycling Distance 28 km maximum
Enquiries + 85224549191
bikehongkong@ mountainbikingasia. com
25. You can choose to go on this biking tour on .
A. Thurs，August 10,2017 B.Tues, April 11,2017
C. Wed,September 6,2017 D. Sat,February 18,2017
26. If four adults go on the biking tour,they will pay at least in total.
A. HK $ 2200 B. HK $ 2800 C. HK $ 700 D. HK $ 550
27. Who will most probably sign up for the tour?
A. A young couple who are fond of fashion.
B. An old man who likes fishing and hunting.
C. A college student who is fascinated by nature.
D. A high school girl who is interested in transportation.C
For generations, students were taught to stretch before playing games. Then the practice fell out of favor. Studies seemed to show that such stretching temporarily reduces muscular power, weakens athletic performance and increases the risk of injury. So most fitness experts currendy advise against stretches before exercise. But now a new research indicates that they might not be such a bad idea after all.
This month,the journal, Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism(APNM)，published a study by four distinguished exercise scientists who analyzed more than 200 studies of how stretching affects the following exercise. In broad terms, they found that stretching can briefly prevent the ability to generate power. So if you reach for your toes and hold that position,tightening your hamstrings(腿筋)，you might not then be able to leap as high or start a dash as forcefully as you don’t stretch.
Those undesirable effects were generally found,however,only if each stretch was held for more than 60 seconds and the subject then immediately became fully active, with no further warm-up. "Outside the lab, most people are unlikely to hold a warm-up stretch for longer than about 30 seconds. " Dr. McHugh, the co-author of the study says. The review found few lasting negative impacts from these short stretches， especially if the volunteers followed that stretching with several minutes of jogging or other basic warm-up movements. In fact, these short stretches turned out to have a positive effect.
Do these findings mean that all the athletes should stretch in advance before a match? “Not necessarily,”Dr. McHugh says,”Runners and cyclists don’t have much risk for acute muscle injuries. ” Stretching before these activities is unlikely to protect against injury. Runners and cyclists can adequately warm up by jogging or pedaling lighdy. But he suggests that people who play basketball and other ball sports should stretch in advance. Those who haven’t stretched since childhood gym class might want to consider consulting an athlet ic trainer about the best upper and lower body stretches, particularly for the shoulders and hamstrings.
28. Which of the following statements agrees with most fitness experts?
A . Before playing a game you should stretch your legs and arms.
B. After attending a match you should stretch your legs and arms.
C. It’s harmful to stretch your legs and arms before playing games.
D. It doesn’t matter whether you stretch or not before playing games.
29. According to the new research, people may suffer negative impacts when .
A. they do stretches after attending a game
B. they reach for toes and hold that position
C. following a stretch with several minutes’ jogging
D. dashing immediately after one 60-second plus stretch
30. We can learn from the passage that .
A. all athletes should not stretch in advance
B. the four scientists published the journal APNM
C. it’ s unnecessary for a tennis player to do warm-up stretches
D. players ought to have done warm-up stretches since childhood
31. What’s Dr. McHugh’s attitude toward stretches?
A. Concerned. B. Doubtful. C. Disapproving. D. Objective.D
Dormitory management officials in universities say that lately they are noticing something different： students seem to lack the will and skill to address their oxdinary conflicts. “We have students who are mad at each other and they text each other in the same room,” says a teacher. “So many of our roommate conflicts are because kids don’t know how to negotiate.”
And as many psychologists will tell you, bottled emotions lead to silent unhappiness that can boil over into frustration and anger. “ At Florida University，emotional outbreaks occur about once a week，” the dormitory director says. “It used to be: ‘ Let’s sit down and talk about it,’” he says. “Recently，roommate conflicts have increased. The students don’t have the person-to-person discussions and they don’t know how to handle them.” The problem is most impressive among freshmen; dormitory officials say some students even never seem to catch on till graduation, and they worry about how such students will deal with conflicts after college.
Administrators suppose that relying on cell phones and the Internet may have made it easier for young people to avoid uncomfortable meetings. Why express anger in person when you can do it in a text? Facebook makes the situation worse as complaints go public. “Things are posted on someone’s wall on Facebook:‘Oh,my roommate kept me up all night studying,”’ says Dana Pysz,an assistant director in the housing office at California University. ‘‘ It’s a different way to express their conflicts to each other. ” In recent group discussions at North Carolina State University, students said they would not even accuse the noisy neighbors on their floor face to face.
Administrators also point to parents who have fixed their children’s problems in their entire lives. Now in college, the children lack the skills to attend to even modest conflicts. Would these parents continue to take care of everything on campus?
32. What does the underlined word “address” in Paragraph 1 probably mean?
A. To greet someone with a tide or name. B. To start tiying to solve a problem.
C. To put an address on an envelope. D. To make a formal speech.
33. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A. Students handled it directly when they were in conflict.
B. Parents are the main factor to make their children lose the skills.
C. Cellphones are to blame in the students’ conflicts in their dormitories.
D. Unhappy and cornered emotions resulted in quarrels between students once a week.
34. What do we learn from the group discussions at North Carolina State University?
A. Students are always angry with each other. B. Students have to bear noises from neighbors.
C. Students may be not good at negotiating in person. D. Students are brought up self-centered.
35. Which of the following can be the best title for the passage?
A. Students’ Unhappy Life in University B. Parents’ Attentio n in Children’s Life
C. Students’ Failure to Deal with Conflicts D. Teachers’ Concerns about Students第二节(共5小题;每小题2分，满分10分)
Top Ways to Spend the Holiday Season with Pets
Taking a nap is a great way to refresh during the holidays,and a nap with your dog or cat (or both) is an excell ent bonding opportunity.
Holiday time is here. The decorating,the shopping,the cooking,the cleaning,the wrapping... 36 In the season’s craziness,our furry family members tend to get ignored or over-stimulated (过度刺激 的)• 37 But they don’t have to: be sure to pay attention and give them a break from the activity when they need it and add them to the fun when they don't.
If your pet seems stressed, have a safe place for him away from activity. Cats should have a quiet, cozy spot to sleep with food, water, and their litter box. 38 Be sure to have a soft area for sleep, a toy or two,water,and some food. But you might need a nap,too,to refresh for holiday festivities. So use this time to take one together.
Many Christmas tree farms welcome pets on a leash (皮带).Your pet will just love being with you outdoors while you share one of the season’s most honored traditions—picking out the perfect tree. Just be sure to call the farm first to confirm that pets are welcome...and you have a new annual tradition.
• Go have a catch.
Give your pup a good run and wear him out ahead of when company visits. 40 This way，he’ll be happy and relaxed when greeting guests. Dog parks are ideal as pups can run, chase tennis balls, and socialize with others. Always remember to walk to and from the park with your pup on a leash and poop bags in hand.
A. Keep pets on a leash.
B. Dogs love playing catch.
C. Dogs might also need one.
D. But where do our pets fit in?
E. Pick out the family Christmas tree.
F. As a result, pets can experience restlessness and anxiety.
G. Many pets would love to be included in some of the activities.第三部分英语知识运用(共两 节，满分45分)
We have all heard of giant pandas, and know that they are endangered. When one has babies, it makes national news 41 ，and pictures of their babies are 42 circulated. But it now seems that the giant panda is not 43 of itself.
The lovely animals have 44 a classic test of self-awareness. They cannot 45 themselves in the mirror. Researchers use the mirror recognition test to 46 whether children or animals have a 47 of self-awareness.
In the test, an animal is presented 48 a mirror. Researchers then watch to see 49 it notices a mark on its face,which is only 50 in the mirror. If the animal notices the mark,it often 51 it. Human children often pass the test when they are only two years old.
Many other animals have passed the mirror test, including monkeys, Asian elephants and even pigeons. But when researchers tested pandas, 52 of them did the same thing as those animals did.
53 , each panda behaved as if their 54 in the mirror was another panda altogether. They acted as if they were 55 by what they saw in the mirror,scratching their feet and walking 56 .
The 57 of this research will help design better areas for animals in captivity (圈养). For example,one-directional glass sometimes used in the areas may 58 pandas to feel stressed when they see their own image in the 59 That’s because they might believe it to be another panda， 60 themselves.
41. A. papers B. covers C. headlines D. pages
42. A. widely B. popularly C. especially D. completely
43. A. shy B. fond C. conscious D. confident
44. A. failed B. ignored C. faced D. conducted
45. A. observe B. discover C. recognize D. understand
46. A. believe in B. find out C. pick out D. take in
47. A. sense B. question C. opinion D. thought
48. A. for B. with C. in D. before
49. A. how B. when C. why D. whether
50. A. touchable B. seeable C. sensible D. possible
51. A. dismisses B. admits C. feels D. moves
52. A. all B. most C. one D. none
53. A. Thus B. However C. Instead D. Still
54. A. reaction B. reflection C. operation D. imagination
55. A. trapped B. amazed C. threatened D. tease d
56. A. backwards B. alone C. forwards D. along
57. A. failure B. outcome C. success D. review
58. A. cause B. prepare C. accelerate D. urge
59. A. eyes B. cages C. zoo D. glass
60. A. other than B. regardless of C. because of D. rather than第二节语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分，满分15分)
Over the past years Starbucks coffee 61 ( become) a coffee chain store. The cafes don’t sell coffee; they sell 62 very atmosphere. They offer customers the perfect atmosphere 63 which to take time out and relax. Ev ery single store throughout the world is furnished in a romantic style and 64 (special) meant to be cozy，private and quiet: earth-toned(褐色调)space，fancy w all paper, lovely paintings, 65 (amaze) background and irresistible cofiee smell ... The most fantastic decoration style about Starbucks 66 ( design) with oversized chairs and tables outside the store.
When 67 comes to a sunny afternoon, I love to take a seat outside， 68 (bathe) in the afternoon sunshine, and listening to the lovely music 69 tasting the most terrific Cappuccino. This is exactly what I love in here一the Starbucks! This is the cafe I love not merely because of the cafe itself, but also because of the 70 ( feel) it brings me.第四部分写作(共两节，满分35分)
假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文，请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共10处语言错误，每句中最多有两处 。每处错误仅涉及一个单词 的增加、删除或修改。
I will never forget a military training in California Summer Camp that August. The big sun was overhead, burned hot. The drillmaster was very strict and we were all afraid of him. If one of us made a mistake, all of us will get such punishment delaying a meal, standing for 10 minutes or whatever. Therefore, after training,it was no doubt that our drillmaster was energetic and agreeable. His strong local accent kept us laugh madly. More interesting, he sang out of tune,from beginning to end. Every time when he sang, we could help laugh ing to tears.
假如你是高三学生李华，你的好朋友Nancy在你校的友好学校美国圣西诺高中读十二年级。 你们常互通邮件，最近你们刚谈论过“中国梦”这个话题。毕业在即，她来信问你的梦想，请给她写 封回信。主要内容包括：
听力1—5 ACBBB 6—10 BBCBA 11—15 BCABB 16—20 CCCAC
阅读21-24 C B A B 25-27 D A C 28-31 C D AD 32-35 B A C C
完形填空 41-45 C A C A C 46-50 B A B D B 51-55 C D C B C 56-60 A B A D D
61. has become 62. the 63. in 64. specially
65. amazing 66. is designed 67. it 68. bathed 69. while/when 70. feeling
1. a---the 2. burned---burning; 3. will---would; 4. punishment后加as;
5. Therefore---However; 6. it ---there; 7. laugh---laughing; 8. interesting---interestingly;
9. 删除when; 10. could---couldn't/或加not书面表达 (参考范文)
I am writing to share you my dream.
Our homeland dreams to restore the former glory, which inspires me to recall my dream — to become a doctor, saving lives and shouldering a burden of low-expense medical treatment for distant poor villagers.
Being a motivation and goal, dreams make us determined, diligent and devoted as well as making life more meaningful. However, it is quite plain that obstacles cast a fierce eye on me alongside. Therefore, giving full play to strengths and minimizing weaknesses in current preparation for the entrance exam is my first challenge I am to face consciously. Also, I am fully convinced that sparing no efforts to offer toil and sweat firmly and consistently will contributes a lot.
I am in curiosity about yours and reply to me soon, please.