2014 年高考模拟名校精粹重组卷 英 语 试 卷
第一部分 听力(共两节，满分 30 分)略 第二部分 词汇知识运用(共两节，满分 40 分) 第一节：单项选择(共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分) 21．China became the 143rd member of the WT
O on December 11, 2001, thus ______ its 15－year wish to join the global trade body. A．realized B．to realize C．having realized D．realizing 22．He had little idea of what was going on outside after twenty years in prison, ______？ A．didn’t he B．wasn’t it C．was it D．did he 23．When I got home, I found the door open．A terrible thought suddenly ______ me—had anyone broken into the house? A．beat B．knocked C．attacked D．struck 24．The old professor has such a bad memory that he looks for the watch while he is ______. A．having it on B．having on it C．wearing it D．putting it on 25．If only my grandpa ______ this together with us now! A．had seen B．could see C．must see D．should see 26．—I didn’t know this was a one－way street, officer. —______ A．I don’t believe you． B．How dare you say that! C．Sorry, but that’s no excuse． D．That’s all right. 27．Later they discovered, ______ was news to him, that Pamela was the headmaster’s daughter. A．that B．which C．what D．who 28．—______？ —Well, he’s tall．He dresses very nicely. A．What does your friend look like B．Is your friend tall C．How is your friend D．Could you meet him 29．It was funny that when ______ Mary began to weep sadly. A．praising B．praised C．being praised D．having praised 30．Some warned that the step the US government has taken to cope with the current crisis is ______ much risk. A．one of B．the one of C．the one D．that one
31．There ______ be any difficulty about winning the speech contest now that you’re well prepared for it. A．mustn’t B．shan’t C．shouldn’t D．needn’t 32．Liu Xiang’s breaking the world record was an exciting moment, ______ all of us will never forget. A．that B．one C．it D．what 33．______ left before the deadline, it doesn’t seem likely that John will finish the job. A．Though such a short time B．Because such a short time C．With such a short time D．As such a short time 34．Jane was so ______ for the news of her lost child that she was almost driven ______. A．proper; madly B．thirsty; mad C．sad; madly D．curious; mad 35．—Don’t you feel surprised to see Bruce at the meeting? —Yes, I really didn’t think ______ here. A．he has been B．he had been C．he would be D．he would have 第二节： 完形填空 (共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文，从短文后所给各题的四个选项 (A、B、C、D)中，选出能填入相应空白处的最佳选项，并在答题 卡上将该项涂黑。 Even though it was only October, my students were already whispering about Christmas plans．With each passing day everyone became more __36__ waiting for the final school bell．Upon its __37__ everyone would run for their coats and go home, everyone except David. David was a small boy in ragged clothes．I had often __38__ what kind of home life David had, and what kind of mother could send her son to school dressed so __37__ for the cold winter months, without a coat, boots, or gloves．But something made David __40__．I can still remember he was always __41__ a smile and willing to help．He always __42__ after school to straighten chairs and mop the floor．We never talked much．He __43__ just simply smile and ask what else he could do, then thank me for letting him stay and slowly __44__ home. Weeks passed and the __45__ over the coming Christmas grew into restlessness until the last day of __46__ before the holiday break． I smiled in __47__ as the last of them hurried out the door． Turning around I saw David __48__ standing by my desk. “I have something for you， ” he said and __49__ from behind his back a small box． __50__ it to me, he said anxiously, “Open it.” I took the box from him, thanked him and slowly unwrapped it．I lifted the lid and to my __51__ saw nothing． I looked at David’s smiling face and back into the box and said, “The box is nice, David, but it’s __52__.” “Oh no it isn’t， ” said David． “It’s full of love． My mum told me before she died that love was something you couldn’t see or touch unless you know it’s there.” Tears filled my eyes __53__ I looked at the proud dirty face that I had rarely given __54__ to．After that Christmas, David and I became good friends and I never forgot the meaning __55__ the little empty box set on my desk. 36．A．anxious B．courageous C．serious D．cautious 37．A．warning B．ringing C．calling D．yelling 38．A．scolded B．wondered C．realized D．learned 39．A．modestly B．naturally C．inaccurately D．inappropriately 40．A．popular B．upset C．special D．funny 41．A．expressing B．delivering C．wearing D．sharing
42．A．practised B．wandered C．studied 43．A．would B．should C．might 44．A．aim at B．turn to C．put off 45．A．argument B．excitement C．movement 46．A．school B．year C．education 47．A．relief B．return C．vain 48．A．weakly B．sadly C．quietly 49．A．searched B．found C．raised 50．A．Holding B．Handing C．Sending 51．A．delight B．expectation C．appreciation 52．A．cheap B．empty C．useless 53．A．as B．until C．because 54．A．advice B．support C．attention 55．A．from B．behind C．over 第三部分 阅读理解(共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项中，选出最佳选项。
D．stayed D．could D．head for D．judgment D．program D．control D．helplessly D．pulled D．Leaving D．surprise D．improper D．though D．command D．towards
A Thousands of people began pouring into Pennsylvania from other states．They wanted to buy lottery tickets(彩票)．The tickets cost only $0.9 each．But that small spending could bring them a reward of $90 million．That was the second largest lottery jackpot(积累奖金) in history. More than 87 million tickets were bought for the Pennsylvania lottery drawing．Those who bought tickets had to choose seven numbers from 1 to 80．The chance of winning was one in 9.6 million, but that little chance certainly didn’t affect ticket sales．In the last few days before the drawing, tickets were selling at the unbelievable rate of 500 per second. Experts say many people buy lottery tickets because they just want to have a piece of the action．Others say the lottery is a stock market for poor people．It allows them to dream about wealth they’ll probably never have. But many people believe lotteries are no better than legalized(合法化的) gambling．Some critics note that most people who play are poor and may not be able to afford the tickets．There are also many addicts who take the game seriously．They may pour their life savings into lottery tickets．Some clubs have been formed to help them kick the habit. Politicians like lotteries because they provide money that would otherwise have to come from new taxes．The profits from lotteries are usually used to pay for education or programs for senior citizens．But critics say this arrangement just allows states to legalize vice(恶习), under the name of social progress．No matter whether you regard state lotteries right or not, you cannot refuse to accept their extreme popularity with many Americans. 56．The main idea of the passage is that ______. A．lotteries are of great benefit to everyone who buys them B．playing a lottery is just like investing in the stock market C．many people buy lottery tickets, but lotteries cause disagreement D．lotteries are nothing but legalized vice 57．Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A．Politicians like lotteries because they don’t have to pay extra taxes. B．The popularity of lotteries in America actually is social progress. C．Some critics don’t like lotteries because many poor people waste money on them. D．People love the lottery because it is a stock market.
58．In just one hour in the last few days, the Pennsylvania lottery sold tickets totaling ______． A．$1.62 million B．$1.82 million C．$9.6 million D．$87 million 59．People who are addicted to playing lotteries should ______. A．join a support group B．kick the habit C．win the lottery D．save every cent B Before discussing different kinds of emotions, let us briefly talk about how researchers measure bodily processes and action or behavior, and how this relates to what we do in our daily lives when we observe emotions in others. Bodily processes can be directly measured by means of a polygraph．When a polygrap is skillfully used to compare how we react bodily with what we are saying, it is called a “lie detector”．Bodily processes can also be measured indirectly．This is what we do when we observe someone blushing (脸红)．However, we are not always aware of what bodily processes respond to. Measuring action or behavior is the other way researchers assess the emotions．For example, one measure of fear of snakes is how close a person will go to the snake．Another procedure is to have a person tell how afraid he is, or how he feels．In this way, researchers have developed the so－called “fear thermometer” to assess a person’s fear．In our everyday living, we do very much the same thing．Only not too systematically, we react to what a person does, what he says, how he says it, and how he looks．Is he smiling? Is his voice trembling? We put all this observations together to infer what a person is feeling. However, we do not always act as we feel． Sometimes we do things that we don’t feel like doing． Sometimes we say we feel one way and then we act another．Actors, for example, successfully learn to “make believe” emotions, or learn to hide them．Thus we cannot always tell what a person is feeling by what he says or by what he does. 60．Which of the following statements is NOT true? A．We can never tell what a person is feeling. B．The “fear thermometer” is a way to measure how fearful a person is. C．Researchers can assess the emotions in some ways. D．People do not always know what bodily processes they respond to. 61．The underlined word “assess” in the 3rd paragraph is close in meaning to ______. A．make B．measure C．discuss D．develop 62．The writer uses the example of actors in order to argue that ______. A．it is rather easy to become successful actors B．people do not always act as they feel C．we can never believe what other people say D．actors are always telling lies 63．The passage is mainly about ______. A．the way of assessing the emotion B．the usefulness of a “lie detector” C．the functioning of different emotions D．the development of the “fear thermometer” C When a rather dirty, poorly dressed person kneels at your feet and puts out his hands to beg for a few coins, do you hurry on, not knowing what to do, or do you feel sad and hurriedly hand over some money? What should our attitude to beggars be? There can be no question that the world is full of terribly sad stories ．It
must be terrible to have no idea where our next meal is going to come from．It seems cruel not to give some money to beggars. Certainly, most of the world’s great religions (宗教) order us to be open-hearted and share what we have with those less fortunate than ourselves．But has the world changed? Maybe what was morally (道德方面) right in the old days, when one knew exactly who in the village had suffered misfortune and needed help, is no longer the best idea．Quite a few people will not give to beggars．Let us look at their arguments. First, some believe that many city beggars dress up on purpose to look pitiable and actually make a good living from begging．Giving to beggars only encourages this sort of evil (恶行)．Secondly, there is the worry that the money you give will be spent on beer, wine or drugs． Thirdly, there is the opinion that there is no real excuse for begging．One might be poor, but that is no reason for losing one’s sense of pride and self-dependence. Related to this is the opinion that the problem should be dealt with by the government rather than ordinary people．Some people think beggars should go to the local government department and receive help．It is hard to come to any final conclusion; there are various cases and we must deal with them differently． A few coins can save a life in some situations, and even if the money is wasted, that does not take sway the moral goodness of the giver. 64．What is mainly discussed in the passage? A．Moral deeds of people. B．Religious activities of the church. C．Moral goodness of the giver. D．Arguments on giving to beggars. 65．What can we infer from the sentence “But has the world changed ?” in the second paragraph? A．People no longer know who suffers misfortune in the village. B．Some people will not do what was morally right in the past . C．We don’t meet with those who need help any more. D．Now it is the government’s duty to help the beggars. 66．Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the passage? A．Some people dress up to pretend to be beggars. B．Some beggars want money to help their children go to school. C．Some beggars use the money to buy drugs. D．Some beggars have no excuse for begging. 67．In the last paragraph, the writer thinks that it is hard to come to any final conclusion, because . A．the cases can be so different B．there are so many beggars C．there is so much money wasted D．there are so many different arguments D Tim Welford, aged 33, and Dom Mee, aged 30, both from England, were keen on (=like..．very much) rowing boats．They made a plan to row across the Pacific Ocean from Japan to San Francisco．The name of their rowboat was “Crackers”．It was about seven meters long. They set out from Japan on May 17,2001．They had rowed nearly 5,500 miles when their boat was hit by a fishing ship on September 17,2001． Luckily they both escaped unharmed, but their boat was badly damaged and they had to abandon( = stop)their journey. In a radio interview, Dom expressed his disappointment and explained how the accident took place. “A fishing ship came towards us with nobody on the bridge and ran us down．It all happened so quickly．I managed to dive into the water．Tim felt it would be safer to stay on board．He was trapped inside as the boat was driven under the water．Finally some people appeared on the ship and saw me in the water．I shouted at them to stop the ship and to get Tim out．When the ship stopped, I eventually saw Tim, and I was very, very
disappointed that we were still alive．We were very disappointed that we couldn’t reach San Francisco．But we are alive．That above everything is the most important．” 68．How long had Tim and Dom been at sea when their boat was hit by a fishing boat? A．For one month B．For two months． C．For three months. D．For four months. 69．According to Dom, the main reason for the accident was that________. A．Tim and Dom were too careless B．the speed of the fishing ship was too fast C．nobody on the fishing ship saw them D．their rowboat was not strong enough 70．Dom said that the most important thing in this accident was that________. A．their rowboat was not damaged B．both of them existed after a dangerous time C．they enjoyed this journey D．they failed to reach San Francisco 71．Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE? A．Some people on the fishing ship saved them. B．Tim and Dom were going to San Francisco in the rowboat because they had no money to buy airplane tickets. C．Dom dived into the water when the accident happened because he thought it would be dangerous to stay on board. D．Dom told people about their dangerous experience when he was interviewed on the radio. E Once upon a time two brothers who lived on neighboring farms fell into conflict(对抗)．It was the first serious one in 40 years of farming side by side, sharing machinery, and trading labor and goods as needed. Then the long cooperation fell apart．It began with a small misunderstanding and it grew into a major difference, and finally it exploded into an exchange of bitter words followed by weeks of silence. One morning there was a knock on John’ door．He opened it to find a man with a carpenter’s toolbox．“I’m looking for a few days’ work,” he said．“Could I help you?”“Yes,” said the older brother．“I do have a job for you．Look across the creek(河沟) at that farm．That’s my neighbor, in fact, it’s my younger brother．Last week there was a meadow(草地) between us and he took his bulldozer(推土机) to the levee(堤) and now there is a creek between us．Well, he may have done this to spite me, but I’ll go him one better．I want you to build me a fence—an 8-foot fence —so I won’t need to see his place anymore．Cool him down, anyhow.” The carpenter said, “I think I understand the situation．I’ll be able to do a job that pleases you.” The older brother had to go to town for supplies, so he helped the carpenter get the materials ready and then he was off for the day. The carpenter worked hard all that day measuring, sawing, nailing. About sunset when the farmer returned, the carpenter had just finished his job．The farmer’s eyes opened wide, his jaw dropped. There was no fence there at all．It was a bridge— a bridge stretching from one side of the creek to the other! A fine piece of work— and his younger brother was coming across, his hand outstretched. “You are quite a fellow to build this bridge after all I’ve said and done.” The brothers stood at each end of the bridge, and then they met in the middle, taking each other’s hand．They turned to see the carpenter lift his toolbox on his shoulder．“No, wait! Stay a few days．I’ve a lot of other projects for you,” said the older brother.
“I’d love to stay on,” the carpenter said, “but, I have so many more bridges to build.” 72．What was life like for the two brothers before the conflict? A．They lived a poor, miserable life. B．They were friendly neighbors, helping each other. C．They never spoke to each other. D．They lived together as one family. 73．Which of the following best describes the carpenter? A．He was skilled but dishonest． B．He was hardworking but unskilled. C．He was clever, hardworking, but cold hearted. D．He was clever, helpful and skilled. 74．The best title for this passage is ________. A．A Fine Piece of Work B．A Clever Carpenter C．A Conflict between Two Brothers D．Two Brothers 75．Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage? A．The younger brother used his bulldozer to dig a creek. B．After the conflict John was angry with his younger brother. C．At first the carpenter planned to build an 8-foot fence as John asked him to. D．The two brother made peace at last. 第四部分 写作（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节 短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 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。文中共有 10 处语言错误，每句中 最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（^） 。并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。X k B
注意：1 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词； 2 只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不记分。 Dear Brown, Last summer I take a part-time job in the International Camp for children． I have told one more worker will be needed in this year and I think you are fit for it．How about join us? The camp is at the foot of a small hill closed to a river．It is such beautiful a place! We can hear birds singing happy all around．Everybody sleeps in tents, that is very exciting．We usually work only five hours a day, so we will have plenty of spare time visit the area and have fun．I am sure it will be an unforgettable experience．If you have interests in it, reply to me soon． Yours, Mary 第二节 书面表达 （满分 25 分） 你是李华，作为世博会一名中学生志愿者，你感觉身边还存在许多不文明行为。请你向全国中学生写一封 120 词 左右的倡议书，倡议书内容必须包括以下要点： （1）召开世博会的意义； （2）列举身边一些不文明的行为； （3）你的建议。 参考词汇：2010 年上海世博会 Expo 2010 Shanghai China Dear fellow students,
单选： 21．D。分词作状语，对前面句子起修饰作用，相当于 which realized；不定式结果状语，常有 only 或 never 修饰。 22．D。注意主句中的 little 具有否定意义，因此反意疑问句应使用肯定形式。 23．D。a thought strikes sb.某人想起一个主意。 24．C。表示“穿着”、“戴着”这个意思时，如用动词的进行时，应用 be wearing sth., have on 一般不用于进行时，而 put on 表动作，所以也排除 D 项。 25．B。if only 表示“要是……就好了”、“但愿……”，接虚拟语气。与现在事实相反，用一般过去时态。 26．C。那不是理由，照章办事，故选 C。 27．C。what＝the thing that，故选 C。 28．A。从答语分析，这是对朋友身高和穿戴的描述，虽然四个选项中本身都是正确的，但惟有 A 项才符合这一特定 的语境。http://www.x kb1.com 29．B。when praised 相当于 when she was praised，时间状语从句的主语与主句主语一致，且谓语是系动词，这时 主谓可以省略。 30．A。考查代词。语境：有人警告说美国政府为应对当前危机所采取的这一步是充满危险的一步，用 one 表示泛指。 31．C。因有 now that 引导的原因状语从句，故知主句表示结果，“不应该有……困难”。所以选 C 项。 32．B。这里 one 指 a moment，后跟定语从句，补充说明这个时刻。这里的结构相当于 which 引导的非限制性定语从 句。 33．C。“with＋名词＋过去分词”结构作原因状语。 34．B。be driven mad“使发疯”；be thirsty for“渴望得到”。 35．C。I didn’t think he would be here 意为“我原认为他不会在这儿”。would＋v.，表示过去将来时。 完形填空：xK b1.Com [答案] 作者通过回忆一个学生送给自己一个盛满爱的盒子的故事来告诉我们：只要你心中有爱，爱就会无处不在。 36． A。 考查形容词。 每一天， 学生们都急切地等着放学铃声的响起。 anxious“渴望的， 急切的”， 符合语境。 courageous“勇 敢的，无畏的”；serious“严肃的”；cautious“小心的，谨慎的”。 37．B。考查动词。上句提到“等待放学铃响”，这里当然应是 ringing，与 bell 对应。warn“警告”；call“叫，喊，打电 话”；yell“叫喊，嚎叫”。故答案为 B。 38．B。考查动词。由语境可知作者在此表示自己的迷惑和不解，即 “我经常想知道他过着一种怎样的家庭生活”，用 wonder 表示“对……感到疑惑，想知道”。scold“指责，批评”；realize“意识到”；learn“学会，了解”，故答案为 B。 39．D。考查副词。由空后的冬天没有大衣、靴子、手套可知，这里表示什么样的母亲能让儿子穿得如此不恰当地到 学校。inappropriately“不适当，不合适地”符合语境。modestly“谨慎地，适当地”；naturally“天然地，表现自然 地”；inaccurately“有错误地，不正确地”。 40． C。 考查形容词。 由上下文的转折关系可知这里意为“但是某些东西让 David 与众不同”。 special“特殊的”符合语境。 popular“受欢迎的”；upset“难过的”；funny“有趣的”。 41．C。考查动词搭配。wear a smile“面带笑容”，为固定搭配。express“表达”；deliver“交付，递送”；share“分享”。 42． D。 考查动词。 由语境可知， 他常常放学以后“留在”教室里整理椅子并用拖把擦地板， 故 D 项符合语境。 practise“练 习”；wander“漫游，徘徊”；study“学习”，都与语境不符。本段最后一句也有提示。 43．A。考查情态动词。would 可以表示过去经常发生的或反复做的动作，符合句意。他常常只是笑笑，问还能做些什
么。 44．D。考查动词短语。由语境可知他应是回家，故 head for 合适，意思是“朝……进发”。aim at“瞄准”；turn to“(把 注意力等)转向，求助于”；put off“延期”。 45． B。 考查名词。 孩子们对即将到来的圣诞节的“兴奋感”一直持续到放假前的最后一天， excitement“兴奋”符合语境。 argument“争论”；movement“运动”；judgment“判断”。 46．A。考查语境。根据句意和上下文可知此处说的是学生们假期前在 “学校”的最后一天，故 A 合适。year“年”； education“教育”；program“程序，计划”。 47． A。 考查名词和逻辑。 当最后一个学生走出(教室)门时， 我放松地笑了。 故选 A， in relief 表示“放松”。 in return“作 为回报”；in vain“白费地，无用地”；in control“在控制之下”。 48．C。考查副词和语境。转过头，作者发现 David 站在桌子旁，而作者之前并没意识到 David 的存在，所以 C 项最 为合适，表示“静静地”。weakly“软弱地，无力地”；sadly“悲哀地， 令人惋惜地”；helplessly“无能为力地， 无助地”。 49． D。 考查动词。 从句意可知， 他从背后拿出了一个小盒子。 search“搜查”； find“找到”； raise“提高， 举起”； pull“把…… 拉(过来)，把……扯(过来)”。显然只有 D 项符合句意。X|k |B| 1 . c|O |m 50．B。考查动词。由语境可知，他应该是一边把盒子“递给”作者一边急切地说，故选 B，hand...to...意思是“把……递 给……”，符合语境。hold“抱”，send“送，寄，派”，leave“留下，遗留”，都与所给语境不符。 51． D。 考查名词和语境。 看到盒子里什么都没有，“我”当然应该是“惊讶”了， 故 D 项 surprise 合适。to one’s surprise 表示“令人惊讶的是”。delight“快乐，高兴”；expectation“预料，期望”；appreciation“欣赏，赞赏”。 52．B。考查形容词和语境。显然，“我”说的是“盒子很好，但它是空的”，也与上文的“saw nothing”相照应，故答案为 B，empty 表示“空的”。cheap“便宜的”；useless“无用的”；improper“不适当的”。文章最后一句也有提示。 53．A。考查连词。句意为“当我看着那张我很少给予关注的自豪的脏兮兮的小脸时，泪水充满了我的眼睛”。此处 as 引导时间状语从句，表示“当……时”。until 表示动作一直持续到某个时间；because 引导原因状语从句；though 引导让步状语从句，与句意不符。 54．C。考查名词和搭配。由句意可知，作者在说自己原来很少关注他。give attention to“注意……，留心……”符合语 境。advice“建议”；support“支持”；command“命令，指挥”。 55．B。考查介词。“我”永远忘不了隐藏在我桌子上的这个小空盒子背后的意思。behind“被……遮挡，隐藏在……后面； (喻)在……幕后，在……背后”，符合语境。 阅读理解： A篇 56．C。主旨大意题。本文的话题是成千上万的美国人到宾夕法尼亚州购买彩票，文章由此展开，谈到了中奖的机率、 购买彩票的目的和批评者对此事的态度和建议。C 项的陈述概括了文章要义。 57．C。细节判断题。文章的第四段陈述了反对者对购买彩票一事的看法。“Some critics note that most people who play are poor and may not be able to afford the tickets．There are also many addicts who take the game seriously.”表明 C 与原文的意思一致。 58．A。细节理解题。根据首段第三句中“$0.9 each”及文章第二段的最后一句话“In the last few days before the drawing, tickets were selling at the unbelievable rate of 500 per second.”可计算出，在出售彩票的最后几天 中，宾夕法尼亚州彩票机构在 1 小时内卖彩票的收入总额是：0.9(美元)×60×60×500＝1,620,000 美元。 59．B。推理判断题。根据第四段中反对者们的分析“有些人购买彩票成瘾，他们可能把终生的积蓄都花在购买彩票上” 可知，他们应该抛弃这种坏习惯，选 B。kick the habit“戒除嗜好，改掉坏习惯”。 B篇 60．A。细节判断题。由文章第二、三段可知 C 项正确，由文章第二段最后一句可知 D 项正确，由文章第三段的内容 可得出 B 项正确。新课 标 第 一 网 61．B。猜测词义题。由文章第三段首句中“Measuring action or behavior is the other way researchers assess the emotions.”以及其后的内容可以猜出词义。 62．B。写作意图题。由文章最后一段中主题句“we do not always act as we feel”可得出答案。 63．A。主旨大意题。根据文章内容可知，文章介绍了衡量情感的方法。 C篇
64．整篇文章都是在说要不要给乞丐钱。 65．从第二段的最后一句可知世道变了是指 B。 66．只有 B 没提到，其余的三个选项可在第三段找到原文。 67．由于情况不同，很难做出最后的结论 D篇 68．依据 They set out from Japan on May 17, 2001．They had rowed nearly 5,500 miles when their boat was hit by a fishing ship on September 17, 2001.判断答案。 69．根据 A fishing ship came towards us with nobody on the bridge and ran us down.判断答案。 70．依据短文最后两句判断答案。 71．依据 Tim Welford, aged 33, and Dom Mee, aged 30, both from England, were keen on(=like.. ． very much)rowing boats.判断 B 项错误。 E篇 72．细节理解题。从文章第一段可以看出，从前他们是友好相处的。 73．从文章对木匠的描述和他干活的情况看，他是一个聪明、乐于助人、技术熟练的木匠。 74．文章主要讲述木匠利用自己的技术，在两个农场之间架了一座木桥，这座桥化解了兄弟之间的冤仇。因此，无论 从具体的桥还是从寓意中的桥来讲它都是一件“杰作”。 75．从木匠的答语 “I think I understand the situation．I’ll be able to do a job that pleases you.”来判断，他根 本就没打算按要求修建隔开兄弟俩的篱笆。 短文改错 xK b1.Com Dear Brown, Last summer I take a part-time job in the International Camp for children．I took have ∧ told one more worker will be needed in this year and I think you are fit been for it．How about join us? The camp is at the foot of a small hill closed to a river． joining close It is such beautiful a place! We can hear birds singing happy all around．Everybody so happily sleeps in tents, that is very exciting．We usually work only five hours a day, so we which will have plenty of spare time ∧visit the area and have fun．I am sure it will be an to unforgettable experience．If you have interests in it, reply to me soon． interest 写作 Dear fellow students, As a student volunteer, I feel very proud since the World Expo will promote the exchange of different cultures and display the latest achievements of civilizations around the globe．But I have to say lots of bad behaviors still exist around us． For example, some students don’t obey the traffic rules when crossing the road, and some even spit in public, which makes me feel disappointed．These bad behaviors will spoil the image of our country so it is high time that we solved these problems． In my opinion, we should be polite and spare no efforts to build a harmonious society．Besides, some strict measures must be taken to stop people from behaving badly．Only in this way can we make Expo 2010 Shanghai China a great success． Li Hua