I.听力(20%) 1-5BBCCA 6-10BCCAA 11-15CABBA 16-20ACBCA
II. 单选(15%) 21-25ACBAB 26-30CAACB 31-35AACBB
III. 完形(30%) 36-40DDCAB 41-45ABBAC 46-50DACDB 51-55CBCBA
IV. 阅读(24%) 56-59DCAA 60-63DBBC 64-67 CDBA
1. survived 2. admitted 3. signal 4. appreciate 5. attaching 6. formed 7. protect 8.bargaining
1. are running out of 2. to work out 3.marking out 4. taking… apart
5. based on 6. Thanks to 7. hesitating 8. struggled
1. selected 2. design 3. fancy 4. decorated 5. matter 6. honour 7. host 8. goal 9. quality
10. devoted 11. environment 12safety 13. decrease14. serious15. produced 16. touring
1. belonging to 2. is， replace， with 3. came into being
4. As a result 5. burst into laughter/ burst out laughing
1. whether 2.for 3. both 4. save 5. But 6. others 7.knowledge 8.Personally 9. as 10.helping
With the development of human society， many animals have disappeared during the long history of the earth and many more are in danger of extinction for many reasons. Above all， their habitat is threatened， resulti治疗癫痫病最好的医院ng in a lack of food.Besides， they are being hunted without mercy.
As we know， animals are our friends. To protect them is to protect ourselves. So we should first raise people’s awareness of protecting the environment and not buying products of endangered species because when the buying stops， the killing can， too. Second， we can collect money to help protect wildlife and build reserves. As for the government， it should pass laws toprevent endangered animals from being hunted.
In a word， human beings should learn to live in peace with wildlife. If everyone makes a little contribution， it will make a big difference for wild animals. Let’s take action right now.
W: Do you go to your parents’ house every weekend?
M: Every Sunday afternoon at two. My father prepares a big meal for all of us.
M: Aren’t you moving to a smaller apartment?
W: Someday yes. I’ve already spent months searching for a good one.
W: Do you know if Mary has come by the office this morning?
M: I just got here myself， so I’m not the one to ask.
W: So， did you do anything exciting on vacation?
M: Actually， I went to Russia. What about you?
W: Oh， we just hung out at the beach. And we went to the movies， tha拉萨癫痫病要怎么治疗呢t kind of thing.
M: Hey， Jane. Are you coming to watch the tennis match this afternoon?
W: Sorry， I can’t. I have a student government meeting.
M: Student government? I thought you were joining the chess club this term.
W: I do that， too.
W: I can’t believe it. I had my glasses right here next to the phone a minute ago. I was writing down Sonia’s new address. And I can’t find them anywhere.
M: Maybe you put them in your bag or something.
W: They’re not there. I went upstairs to my bedroom， but they’re not there， either.
M: They’re not on the hall table， are they?
W: Oh， I know. I took my jacket off in the kitchen before I went upstairs. My glasses are in the pocket.
M: Hello， Betty. This is Dennis.
W: Oh， Hi. How are you?
M: Not so well， I’m afraid. That’s why I’m calling you… about this afternoon… We’re supposed to play tennis， right?
W: Yes， the court’s been booked. I just have to call and confirm it.
M: But I’m afraid I can’t make it， Betty. I’ve got a cold. And since it’s windy today， I don’t want to risk getting worse. I’ve got an important meeting tomorrow… So， we’ll have to cancel it…
W: I see…
M: I’m really sorry. We could arrange something for next we自贡看癫痫病医院哪些最好ek.
W: Oh well， these things happen… Give me a call on Monday and we’ll talk.
M: I will.
M: Look at that. It’s called the Low Memorial Library. Presently， it’s the administration hall.
W: So it’s the soul of the school.
M: Yes. It’s one of the best-known architectures at Columbia.
W: Oh， I like it. What’s that building beside the Low Memorial? Is it a church?
M: Yes， it’s St. Pal. It’s also a well-known place at Columbia. Many students get married in this church.
W: Rally? That’s interesting.
M: Do you want me to take you too see the main library and other places like the school canteen， clinic and gym center?
W: I’d love to， but I know you have an appointment. Maybe you can take me to the Registration Office. Then I’ll let you go.
M: Oh， I’ve got plenty of time. I’ll show you around and then take you to the Registration Office.
W: You’re so nice.
W: Hi， Chris. I hear Lynne’s back. I thought she was coming on Saturday.
M: Yeah， actually she came home on Wednesday.
W: Really? How is her new job with that computer company?
M: Great. Now she’s in New York for a year. Next year she’ll go to Hong Kong! And she gets four weeks’ holiday a year Next year it’ll be six--- my dad only gets邢台癫痫病如何才能治疗 five.
W: That’s brilliant! I’d like to work with computers.
M: Me too， but Lynne didn’t study anything with computers at school. Dad taught her at home and she did maths at university.
W: She must work hard. Can I see her tomorrow?
M: Of course. Come in the afternoon. She’ll be in bed all morning.
W: OK， I’ll come after lunch. I’ve bought her a watch for her birthday.
M: She really wanted me to get her a camera but I only had enough money for a computer game.
W: I’m sure she’ll like it. See you tomorrow.
W: This is the 24-hour information line for the Solway Fitness club. Our opening hours are from 6:30 in the morning until 11:15 at night， seven days a week. If you love exercising， you’ll love our club! We have a large gm with all the latest equipment. There are two pools at the club. We have a 10-metre pool just for diving and a 25-metre swimming pool. Why not try relaxing in our steam room before you swim? It’s fantastic.
If you’d like to become a member of Solway Fitness Club， please phone us on 1453 88679 during working hours.
We also give guided tours of the club once a week. These tours are at 2:15 every Tuesday afternoon. You don’t have to book a place， but don’t be late.
We hope you enjoy getting fit at Solway Fitness Club!