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第一节 单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 1. All these changes will lead to _____ better Zhenjiang No.1 High School, _____ that can surprise and inspire all the alumni. A. a; the one B. the; one C. the; one D. a; one 2. So absorbed had he been _____ watching the car passing by that he didn’t notice his friends _____. A. to; coming B. in; coming C. on; coming D. in; to come 3. It’s_____ that we should have to queue for two hours, when we have already got our tickets. A. accessible B. voluntary C. ridiculous D. appropriate 4. We had better not bother our professor these days, for he is awfully preparing a report _____ at an international conference next month. A. being delivered B. to be delivered C. delivered D. to deliver 5. It is required that the students _____ mobile phones in their school, so seldom _____ them using one. A. not use; will you see B. should not use; you will see C. don’t use; will you see D. not use; you will see 6. ---- Why didn’t you go to help her? ----I ________, but I _______ seriously ill. A. would have; would be B. would; were C. would have; was D. would; had 7. ______ the days ______ I spent with Jane on the farm, I still can’t figure out what went wrong. A. Looking forward to; when B. Looking into; which C. Looking back on; that D. looking back on; when 8. I can’t thank you ________ much because without your help I _______ the first prize. A. too; wouldn’t have won B. very; shouldn’t have won C. that; might not win D. so; couldn’t win 9. ----How do you deal with the disagreement between the company and the customers? ----The key ____ the problem is to meet the demand _____ by the customs. A. to solving; making B. to solving; made C. to solve; making D. to solve; made 10. ---The weather has been very hot and dry. ----Yes. If it had rained even a drop, things would be much better now! And my vegetables _____. A. wouldn’t die B. didn’t die C. hadn’t died D. wouldn’t have died 11. The man is teaching in our school, but, believe it or not, he _________ as a business man for 8 years. A. worked B. was working C. had worked D. has been working 12. Farmers have to _____ more workers during the harvest and even so, some of them usually ______ after the harvest. A. take off; break up B. take on; break up C. take off; break down D. take on; break down 13. Although the necklace is just made of ordinary stones, it still ________ young people. A. appeals to B. attracts to C. accounts for D. applies for 14. At the routine office meeting, the headmaster insisted that the problems _____ paid special

attention to. A. referred to being B. referred to be C. refer to being D. refer to be 15. ---My family usually goes skating for vacation. I like skating, but I want to try something different this year. ----__________ A. Let’s go. B. Cheer up. C. Like what? D. Take care. 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) The trip to that city was eye-opening for everyone, and near its end, all the young people in our group began to reflect on what it had meant. We 16 the first night we had arrived. We had all gone into the markets of the city 17 the young people could experience its energy. But what we actually saw simply 18 us all—the rundown houses, the children in rags, the people begging for money. . . Walking home, 19 under a low bridge, we came across 20 families of homeless people seeking a bit of dry ground to sleep on 21 the night. We had to step over bodies as we found our way through the darkness. The poverty was 22 than anything my young companions had ever imagined. Back in the hotel, an air of sadness settled over the group. Many 23 and cried. Spending time in this 24 moves a person to care about humanity. That evening, our group spent hours talking about what we had 25 . Gently, I encouraged everyone to talk about the difficult 26 that day’s discoveries had inspired. Sitting together 27 a circle as everyone had a chance to speak, we all began to realize that 28 of us was alone in our struggle to cope with our reactions. Based on my 29 in poverty-stricken areas, I suggested that 30 the emotions we had were painful, they could also be important in helping us to move forward. We all 31 that we had seen things that should never be allowed to happen. 32 ,what could we do about it? Together, we began to brainstorm ways we could help to ease the 33 we had seen. As I encouraged group members to focus on 34 they could do, a sense of determination 35 the previous sadness. Instead of despair, these young people began to feel a call to action. 16. A. put up with B. got back to C. looked back on D. made up for 17. A. now that B. so that C. as if D. even if 18. A. puzzled B. annoyed C. embarrassed D. shocked 19. A. marching B. running C. passing D. moving 20. A. entire B. normal C. average D. general 21. A. beyond B. with C. till D. for 22. A. stronger B. deeper C. worse D. less 23. A. gave up B. broke down C. set off D. held on 24. A. environment B. hotel C. house D. background 25. A. inspected B. attempted C. witnessed D. challenged 26. A. feelings B. decisions C. thoughts D. impressions 27. A. along B. around C. by D. in 28. A. neither B. either C. none D. each 29. A. experiences B. schedules C. data D. position 30. A. once B. while C. since D. unless 31. A. supposed B. advised C. confirmed D. agreed 32. A. Surely B. Rather C. Now D. Indeed 33. A. burden B. suffering C. anxiety D. difficulty

34. A. how 35. A. replaced

B. where B. changed

C. what C. covered

D. when D. improved

第三节:阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分)

A doctor entered the hospital in a hurry after being called in for an urgent surgery. He answered the call as soon as possible, changed his clothes and went directly to the surgery block. He found the boy’s father pacing in the hall waiting for the doctor. On seeing him, the dad yelled, “Why did you take all this time to come? Don’t you know that my son’s life is in danger? Don’t you have any sense of responsibility?” The doctor smiled and said, “I am sorry, I wasn’t in the hospital and I came as fast as I could after receiving the call…… And now, I wish you’d calm down so that I can do my work” “Calm down? What if your son was in this room right now, would you calm down? If your own son dies now, what will you do?” said the father angrily The doctor smiled again and replied, “I will say what Job said in the Holy Book “From dust we came and to dust we return, blessed be the name of God”. Doctors cannot prolong lives. Go and pray for your son, we will do our best by God’s grace” “Giving advice when we’re not concerned is so easy.” murmured the father. The surgery took some hours after which the doctor went out happily, “Thank goodness! Your son is saved!” And without waiting for the father’s reply, he carried on his way running. “If you have any questions, ask the nurse!” “Why is he so arrogant? He couldn’t wait some minutes so that I ask about my son’s state .” commented the father when seeing the nurse minutes after the doctor left. The nurse answered, tears coming down her face, “His son died yesterday in a road accident, he was at the burial when we called him for your son’s surgery. And now that he saved your son’s life, he left running to finish his son’s burial.” 36. For what purpose did the doctor come to the hospital that day? A. To see his ill son. C. To make a survey. 37. What happened to the doctor’s son? A. He was ill in hospital. C. He lost his life in an accident. A. Frustrated. C. Ashamed and uneasy. 39. What do we learn from the passage? A. We should make sure to know what happened before complaining. B. We shouldn’t scold the doctor and should show respect for them. C. Doctors should be responsible for their patients.

B. To do an operation for a boy. D. To have a great conference. B. He was hurt in a traffic accident. D. He lost his legs in a road accident. B. Satisfied. D. Disappointed.

38. How might the boy’s father feel after hearing what the nurse said?

D. Doctors should go to work on time.

Zhu Xueqin is from Jiangsu Province, Kang Houming from the Municipality of Chongqing and Hu Xiaoyan from Guangdong Province. They are the first migrant workers (农民工) to have been elected deputies to the National People’s Congress. And they will be the focus of almost 3,000 deputies. 31 year-old Zhu works in a clothing company. She started out sewing garments and is now deputy chief of the workers’ union. Migrant worker deputy Zhu Xueqin said, “I am the representative of 4 million migrant workers in Shanghai. I feel a lot of pressure to do well and I will certainly do my best.” Zhu was elected to the post a month ago. She spent all her free time collecting requests and suggestions from fellow migrant workers. Zhu Xueqin said, “We’ve held at least ten meetings to discuss the problems of restaurant staff and construction and factory workers.” Since her election to be an NPC deputy, Zhu has received numerous requests from other migrant workers, who want her to help solve their problems. She is aiming for a paid holiday system so migrant workers can decide for themselves when they go back home to see their families. And she is also calling for maternity insurance(产期保险)for the migrants. China’s workers from rural areas are estimated to a number around 200 million. And these migrants have become a main part of the country’s work force. In March last year, the NPC annual session approved a draft resolution ( 草案) on the elections. The draft stated that provinces and municipalities with a large population of rural migrant workers should have a quota(定额)for NPC deputies. 40. Who or what does Zhu Xueqin represent? A. Chongqing clothing company. C. Guangdong workers’ union. B. Migrant workers in Jiangsu. D. Migrant workers in Shanghai.

41. Why will the three migrant worker deputies be the focus? A. Because they want to help migrant workers to solve their problems. B. Because they are migrant workers from the countryside. C. Because they are the first migrant worker deputies to the NPC. D. Because they are deputies from three very important places. 42.The fact that China has wider and better democracy (民主) can be seen from the following EXCEPT that _______. A. three migrant worker deputies have been elected to the National People’s Congress B. a draft approved by the NPC states that provinces and municipalities with a large population of rural migrant workers should have a quota for NPC deputies C. deputies are calling for maternity insurance and a paid holiday system for the migrants D. China’s workers from rural areas are estimated to a number around 200 million

The national assistance system for poor college students is getting more effective as proved by fewer phone calls to the hotline of the National Center for Student Assistance Administration. “Poor college students and their parents are getting more satisfied with the national assistance system,” said Ma Wenhua, deputy director of the administration, on Saturday. Over the past three years, the hotline received 8,488 calls. Statistics show 62 percent of the calls were made to ask about the funding policy, while 38 percent (3,200 calls) complained local colleges had failed to abide by the rules to support the students. Complaints were seen a year-on-year decrease from 2006 to 2008. Ma said some poor families might still overlook what they should do to get support for their child. To ensure education equality, the government has introduced a set of favorable policies to help poor students, such as scholarships, grants( 助 学金 ), student loans, tuition waivers( 学费全 免 ) and the work-study programs under which poor students are helped out in libraries, teachers' offices or service departments to earn money. Statistics show the government spent 29.3 billion yuan last year to aid college students, up 7.6 percent from the previous year. Around 40 million persons of college students received the national aid. The Ministry of Education of the government would ensure that no students drop out of colleges or universities because of poverty. Among the 20 million students in the country's public and private universities and colleges last year, about 20 percent came from poor backgrounds, official figures show. 43. The national assistance system is set up ___. A. for parents and students to complain C. for poor students to get free education A. follow B. break B. to help poor college students D. to help students find jobs C. bear D. agree to

44. The underlined phrase “abide by” in the second paragraph probably means ____. 45. From the passage, we know that ____. A. students will drop out of university because of poverty B. Chinese poor college students are more satisfied with national assistance system C. more and more parents are complaining about their local colleges D. college students are suffering from great economic pressure

NOT all memories are sweet. Some people spend all their lives trying to forget bad experiences. Violence and traffic accidents can leave people with terrible physical and emotional scars. Often they relive these experiences in nightmares. Now American researchers think they are close to developing a pill, which will help people forget bad memories. The pill is designed to be taken immediately after a frightening experience. They hope it might reduce, or possibly wipe out, the effect of painful memories.

In November, experts tested a drug on people in the US and France. The drug stops the body releasing chemicals that fix memories in the brain. So far the research has suggested that only the emotional effects of memories may be reduced, not that the memories are wiped out. They are not sure to what degree people’s memories are affected. The research has caused a great deal of argument. Some think it is a bad idea, while others support it. Supporters say it could lead to pills that prevent or treat soldiers' troubling memories after war. They say that there are many people who suffer from terrible memories. “Some memories can ruin people’s lives. They come back to you when you don’t want to have them in a daydream or nightmare. They usually come with very painful emotions,” said Roger Pitman, a professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. "This could relieve a lot of that suffering.” But those who are against the research say that maybe the pills can change people’s memories and changing memories is very dangerous because memories give us our identity. They also help us all avoid the mistakes of the past. “All of us can think of bad events in our lives that were terrible at the time but make us who we are. I’m not sure we want to wipe those memories out,” said Rebecca Dresser, a medical ethicist. 46. The passage is mainly about A. a new medical invention C. a way of wiping out painful memories 47. The drug tested on people can A. cause the brain to fix memories C. prevent body producing certain chemicals 48. We can infer from the passage that A. people doubt the effects of the pills B. the pill will certainly stop people’s emotional memories C. taking the pill will do harm to people's physical health D. the pill has already been produced and used by the public in America 49. Which of the following does Rebecca Dresser agree with in the last paragraph? A. some memories can ruin people’s lives. B. people want to get rid of bad memories. C. experiencing bad events makes us different from others. D. the pill will reduce people's sufferings from bad memories. 50. You may probably read the passage in __________ A. a guidebook B. a textbook C. a medical magazine D. a science fiction . B. a new research on the pill D. an argument about the research on the pill . B. stop people remembering bad experiences D. wipe out the emotional effects of memories .


第四节:任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) Count your blessings, we’re told, but it’s just not in our nature. We’d rather count our problems. We’re so used to focusing on bad news that we tend to pay no attention to what’s going well. As soon as we solve one problem, we take the progress for granted and find a new cause for alarm. Every now and again it doesn’t hurt to think how good we have it. Start counting: 1. Free time As much as we complain about being busy, the typical American has more free time than ever—more than five hours per day. If you feel too busy, it’s probably only because you’re doing so many other things than work. Experts say there’ll be even more free time in the future. 2. Peace Wars and terrorist attacks will always make headlines, but it’s remarkable how many of the world’s 6. 7 billion people now live in peace. In recent decades, though the population has been growing, the number of wars around the world has declined. In some earlier generations, a quarter of the male population died violent deaths. Over the past century, even counting the world wars, a person’s chance of dying from war was less than 2 percent. 3. American dream While some people are struggling to keep their homes, the vast majority of Americans still have plenty to be thankful for when they walk through the front door. In 1950 the typical new American house had one floor with 1,000 square feet, two bedrooms, and one bathroom—and even that bungalow was beyond many people’s means. Today, more than two thirds of Americans own their homes, and the typical new house has two floors, at least three bedrooms, two and a half baths, and more than 2, 200 square feet of space for the family. 4. The reader’s revolution In 1970 barely half the people in the world were literate, and many of them could afford only a few books. Today, more than 80 percent of the world’s people can read, and 22 percent have access to the greatest library in history. The Web provides classic books and reference works free of charge. 5. More wilderness Once you travel beyond the cities, you’ll find plenty of open space and peaceful forests. Many of the woodlands cleared by settlers have returned now that the land is no longer needed for agriculture. 6. The modern cars Cars give off greenhouse gases and create maddening traffic jams, but consider what else they do. Compared with the models on the road in 1970, today’s cars burn less gasoline per mile and emit 98 percent fewer pollutants. That’s why, despite the doubling of the number of cars, there’s much less smog in the air. The basic car today offers more comforts and safety than the luxury cars of old.


Title Problems

Six reasons to be thankful We tend to focus on our problems and 1. with a new course. Today Americans have more free 3. ________in population. Owing a two-floor house with at least 3 bedrooms has been within the 5. than ever. The number of people dying of wars has declined despite the 4. what’s going well. ourselves Even with problems solved immediately, we still 2.



we of most Americans today. More reading materials are 6. read. More land for agriculture has made 7. The basic cars are much 9. for wood lands. . . Modern cars produce less pollution and are more 8. and more 10. to readers and more than 80% can

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