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Unit 3 The Million Pound Bank-Note
第一卷(满分 115 分) I. 单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分)
21.——Excuse me, Professor Smith, I was wondering if I could leave a quarter earlier today. ——______

__. A. Sure, go ahead B. Nothing the matter. C. Oh, why not? D. Of course, no problem. 22.His wife is constantly finding ________ with him, which makes him very angry. A.errors B. shortcomings C.fault 23.I’ll look into the matter as soon as possible. Just have a little ______. A.wait B.time C.patience D. flaw D.rest

24.This painting is splendid, but _______ we actually need it is a different matter. A. that B. what C. whether D. how 25..___ his resolution in opposing the other jurors’ position, a young man’s life was saved.? A.Since B.As for ? 26.—Why can’t I smoke here? C.Thankful to D.Thanks to ?

—At no time _________ in the meeting room. A. is smoking permitted B. smoking is permitted C. does smoking permit D. smoking does permit 27.— What do you think of last night’s lecture? — ______ speaking, I thought it was rather boring A. Real B. General C. Fair 28.Now he has _________money, and can do anything he wants to. A. a great number of B.a great many of C.a large amount of D. Honestly D.a good plenty of

29.We decided to ___________ a chance on the weather and have the party outdoors. A. make B. take C. have D. pick 30.Some college students are seen doing _______ work they can find to support themselves. A. that B. which C. whatever D. no matter what 31.Your ability has never been in doubt — the question is _______ you are prepared to work hard. A. that B. whether C. if D. how 32.She has been working hard day and night, which of course, _______ her pale face. A. accounts for B. stands for C. goes for D. answer for 33.Columbus’s discovery of the “New World” took place _______. A. on purpose B. by accident C. by heart D. by mistake 34.His parents died in the strong earthquake, so he was _____ in the SOS Village. A. grown up B. taken up C. fed up D. brought up 35.He is said to be very wealthy, but I don’t understand why he always _______. A. in uniform B. in fashion C. in trouble D. in rags

II. 完形填空( 共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分)
If you have a watch, don't repair it! I know it 36 . Once I had a beautiful watch. And this watch 37 perfect time. But one night it happened that I forgot to 38 it up. Next morning I went to a watchmaker as I wanted my perfect watch to 39 by the exact time. The

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watchmaker examined my watch and said: "The regulator (校准器) is to be pushed up 40 your watch is four minutes 41 ." I tried to stop him, tried to 42 him understand that my watch kept perfect time, but he did not listen to me and pushed the regulator. My beautiful watch began to gain time. It 43 faster and faster day by day. By the end of the second month it 44 all the clocks and watches of the town far behind. What did I have to do? To take it to another watchmaker to be regulated. I expected him to regulate the watch immediately 45 he asked me to come in a week's time. When at last I took my watch from him it began to 46 down. And I began to be late for trains, business appointments and even missed my dinners. Now I went to 47 watchmaker. While I waited for him to repair my poor watch, he 48 it to pieces and said that he could finish this work 49 three or four days. I could do nothing but 50 . That time my watch went for half a day and then stopped. So I kept 51 my watch from one watchmaker to another for a considerable period of time. And as a result of it the cleverest man in the world could not 52 the time by my watch. The thing was getting 53 . My watch had 54 two hundred dollars originally but I paid for repairs more than two hundred. At last I decided to buy 55 watch, which I did. 36.A.for reality B.for truth C.for certain D.for certainty 37.A.kept B.told C.observed D.struck 38.A.turn B.wind C.pick D.put 39.A.be turned B.be taken C.be put D.be set 40.A.as B.as if C.when D.if 41.A.fast B.slowly C.faster D.slow 42.A.get B.persuade C.make D.explain 43.A.gained B.lost C.went D.won 44.A.had remained B.had left C.had stayed D.had fallen 45.A.however B.and C.but D.therefore 46.A.go B.walk C.slow D.take 47.A.the third B.the second C.the first D.the fourth 48.A.broke B.took C.tore D.cut 49.A.after B.before C.over D.in 50.A.to agree B.agree C.agreeing D.agreed 51.A.taking B.bringing C.carrying D.fetching 52.A.recognize B.tell C.know D.understand 53.A.seriously B.pleasant C.badly D.serious 54.A.spent B.took C.cost D.paid 55.A.another B.the other C.one D.one more

III. 阅读理解 ( 共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) A
Mark Twain left school when he was twelve. He had little school education. In spite of this, he became the most famous writer of his time. He made millions of dollars by writing. His real name was Samuel Langhorne Clemens, but he is better known all over the world as Mark Twain, his penname. Mark Twain was born in 1835 and he was not a healthy baby. In fact, he was not expected to live through the first winter. But with his mother’s care, he managed to survive. As a boy, he
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caused much trouble for his parents. He used to play jokes on all his friends and neighbors. He didn’t like to go to school, and he often ran away from home. He always went in the direction of the nearby Mississippi(密西西比河). He was nearly drowned nine times. After his father’s death, Mark Twain began to work for a printer, who only provided him with food and clothing. Then, he worked as a printer, a river-boat pilot and later joined the army. But shortly after that he became a miner. During this period, he started to write short stories. Afterwards he became a full time writer. In 1870, Mark Twain got married. In the years that followed he wrote many books including Tom Sawyer in 1876, and Huckleberry Finn in 1884, which made him famous, and brought him great fortune. Unfortunately, Mark Twain got into debts in bad investments(投资) and he had to write large numbers of stories to pay these debts. In 1904, his wife died, and then three of his children passed away. At the age of 70, his hair was completely white. He bought many white suits and neckties. He wore nothing but white from head to foot until his death on April 21, 1910. 56.In his childhood, Mark Twain, ________. A.learned a lot at school boys C.his mother often worried about his safety D.he often played games with other boys 57.Which of the following shows the right order about Mark Twain? a. He became a miner. c. He got into debts. e. He became a full-time writer. A. a—d—b—c—e—f C. d—a—f—e—b—c 58.In order to make a living, Mark Twain _______. A.first worked as a printer C.wrote stories in the beginning A.had a happy childhood B.did many kinds of work D.joined the army after he worked in a mine B.was a good boy and always did what he was asked D.lived a pleasant life B. was in low spirits D. had nothing on b. He worked as a printer. d. His father died. F. He joined the army. B. d—b—f—a—e—c D. c—b—d—f—e—a B.he often went swimming with other

59.From the passage we can see that Mark Twain _______. C.was very naughty when he was young 60.Before his death, Mark Twain _______. A. became a white man C. liked to buy all kinds of clothes

B It is a matter of common observation that although money income keeps going up over the years, we never seem to become richer. Prices are rising continuously. This condition is what we call inflation: the money supply is becoming inflated so that each unit of it becomes less valuable. We have got used to higher and higher rates of inflation in recent years. What could be bought twenty years ago for one pound now costs well over 2 pounds. And at present this rate of inflation seems to be rising rather than falling. If in the real world our money incomes go up at the same rate as prices do. One might think that inflation doesn’t matter. But it does .When money is losing value it also loses one of the qualities of a good money—stability(稳定)of value. It is no longer
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acceptable as a store of value; and it becomes an unsuitable means of delayed payment. Nobody wants to hold a wasting possession, so people try to get rid of money as quickly as possible. Inflation therefore simply simulates(刺激)our spending and discourages saving. 61.From the passage we can know that inflation is a situation in which________. A. everyone’s incomes rise B. money will hold its value C. we can watch our money grow D. money constantly loses its value 62.In the writer’s view, if incomes and prices rise at the same rate, ________. A. inflation maybe still be a problem C. inflation is no longer a problem 63.Under inflation people are likely to ________. A. go to the bank more often than usual rise C. spend money quickly rather than to save it D. keep money at home instead of going to banks 64.We can conclude according to the passage that ________. A. the writer is a government official B. the writer is worried about inflation C. the writer encourages people to spend money D. the writer has become richer because of inflation 65. Which of the following words is omitted at the end of the underlined sentence “But it does”? A. Matter. B. Goes. C. Rises. D. Falls. C American’s genius with high technology may have put men on the moon, but there is growing doubt about its ability to solve human problems closer to home. In fact, a slight but significant change from purely technological solutions is already under way as scientists insist that answers to the world’s problems will not come from an attractive exhibition of electronics and machines. Instead, as they see it, solutions must develop from a better understanding of the humans that drive the system and from a fuller appreciation of the limits and potential(潜能) of the earth’s resources. What this means is an increased emphasis on the life and earth sciences, on sociology, psychology, economics and even philosophy. More and more of the best minds in science, particularly young researchers, are being drawn into these developing fields. All this is not to say that technological creativity will not play a critical role in solving energy and food shortages, or that answers to environmental difficulties will not come from further advances in the same technologies that may have helped cause the problems. Where the real challenge lies, in the view of the new generation of scientists, is in finding ways to produce goods and meet the world’s needs, using less of the raw materials that are becoming short. 56. Which of the following would the author probably agree with? A. The environment crisis will not be solved unless we stop using virgin(原始)materials. B. In scientific research, a higher priority(优先)should be given to understanding all living systems. C. Exploration of outer space will finally lead to an improvement on human living conditions.
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B. we have nothing to worry about D. we will become richer and richer B. save more money since their incomes

D. U. S. high-technology companies are welcoming this new change in scientific research. 57. Which of the following best expresses the main idea? A. a growing number of Americans are doubtful about what high technology can do in solving the world’s problems. B. Many scientists are beginning to believe that the better understanding of human beings will play a more decisive role in solving the world’s problems. C. More and more young scientists are trying their best to find new ways to solve the world’s problems. D. Technological creativity will still play a very important part in solving the world’s problems. 58. Young scientists demand that in order to satisfy human needs ________. A. existing products be improved. B. more complex machines and electronic equipment be designed. C. ways be found to produce better goods using fewer raw materials. D. any new invention and innovation be encouraged in technology 59. In the passage “Human problems” or “world problems” refers mainly to ______. A. global food shortage B. resources depletion(耗尽) C. environmental pollution D. all of the above 60. The author states all the following CXCEPT that _______. A. the development of present techniques cannot provide any answers to today’s problems. B. an increasing number of young scientists are taking a great interest in biological and social sciences. C. many scientists have come to understand the limits of natural resources. D. many scientists argue that high technology is something but not everything. D When you practice reading with passages shorter than book length, do not try to take in each word separately, one after the other. It is much more difficult to grasp the broad theme of the passage this way, and you will also get the stuck on individual words which may not be absolutely essential to a general understanding of the passage. It is a good idea to skim through the passage very quickly first to get the general idea of each paragraph. Titles, paragraph headings and emphasized word can be a great help in getting this skeleton outline of the passage. It is surprising how many people do not read titles, introductions or paragraph headings. Can you, without looking back, remember the title of this passage and the heading of this paragraph? Most paragraphs of a passage or chapter have a 'topic sentence' which expresses the central idea. The remaining sentence expand or support that idea. It has been estimated that between 60% and 90% of all expositive(说明的)paragraphs in English have the topic sentence first. Always pay special attention to the first sentence of a paragraph; it is most likely to give you the main idea. Sometimes , though , the first sentence in the paragraph does not have the feel of 'main idea' sentence. It does not seem to give us enough new information to justify a paragraph. The next most likely place to look for the topic sentence is the last sentence of the paragraph. Remember that the opening and closing paragraphs of a passage or chapter are particularly important . The opening paragraph suggests the general direction and content of the piece, while the closing paragraph often summarizes the very essence (精髓). 71.It is a good idea to skim through a passage quickly first ________.
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A. at about 350 w. P.m.(words per minute) B. to get the general idea of each paragraph C. so that you can take in each word separately D. to make sure you get to the end at least once 72.The topic sentence of an expository paragraph in English_______. A. usually comes in the middle B. is most likely to be found at the end C. is most often at the beginning D. is usually left out in expository writing 73.Most expository paragraphs is English have a clearly defined topic sentence. In such paragraphs the topic sentence comes first ________. A. in about 40% of cases B. in about 80% of cases C. in about 20% cases D. very rarely 74.Some times we know the first sentence is not the topic sentence because ________. A. it does not seem to give us enough new information B. it is not long enough C. it does not come at the beginning D. it does not make complete sentence 75.The closing paragraph of a piece of writing _______. A. is not really very important B. is often unnecessary repetition C. often comes at the end D. often summarizes the essence of the passage

第二卷 (共两节,满分 35 分)
I. 短文改错( 共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) Sue and Ann often meet at a cheaper restaurant to eat and talking about life and school after their morning class. Sometimes, instead of talking ,they play a game that they call it "people watching". They start the game in observing and listening to people around them carefully and make guesses about their lives as ages, jobs, likes, dislikes and so on. Of course, they never really knew whether they are right or wrong. Therefore they usually have good reasons for thinking that what they are. "The game is fun," they often say. 76. _______ 77. _______ 78. _______ 79. _______ 80. _______ 81. _______ 82. _______ 83. _______ 84. _______ 85. _______

II. 书面表达(25 分) 马克·吐温是美国著名作家。 请根据下列提供的内容写一篇人物简介。 词数: 100 - 120。 马克· 吐温(1835--1910)生于美国 Missouri。他是美国 19 世纪著名的作家之一。他的 家乡位于密西西比河畔。成年后,他曾在密西西比河的船上当水手。马克· 吐温是他的笔名。 他写过很多小说,其中最著名的是《汤姆索耶历险记》。他的作品被译成多国文字,深 受全世界读者喜爱。 备选题: Ⅰ.语法填空 仔细阅读下面短文,短文中有 10 个空格。请按照每小题的语法要求,完成语 法填空或词形变换。(共 10 小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分)

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Mark Twain was asked one day if he could remember the first money he got. He thought for a long time before answering and then said, "Yes, it was at school. I can remember 1 about it. Schoolboys in those days never 2 teachers and never took care of thing of the school. They often damaged their desks. There was a(n) 3 in our school that anybody who damaged his desk with a pencil or knife would be beaten before the 4 school or have to pay five dollars." "One day, I damaged my desk in some 5 . I had to tell my father I had broken the rule, and had to pay five dollars or be beaten 6 the whole school. My father said it would be too bad to have our face lost in front of the whole school. He 7 to give five dollars to hand over to the teacher. But before giving me the money he took me upstairs and give me a beating." "But as I had had one beating and wasn't afraid of it any 8 , I decided I would take 9 beating at school and 10 the dollars. So that was what I did. That was the first money I ever got." Ⅱ.阅读表达(共 5 小题,每小题 3 分,满分 15 分)【原创】 An allowance(零用钱)is an important tool for teaching kids how to budget(预算), save and make their own decisions. Children remember and learn from mistakes when their own dollars are lost or spent foolishly. How large an allowance is appropriate(合适的)?Experts say there is not right amount. Actual amounts differ from area to area, and from family to family. To set an appropriate allowance for your child, work up a weekly budget. Allow for entertainment expenditures(花费) such as movies and snack. Next, include everyday expenses such as lunch money, bus fare, school supplies. “If you make the child responsible for these bills,” says Josephine Swanson, a consumer specialist, “he or she will learn to budget for necessary expenditures.” It can be tough, but avoid excusing your children when they __________ with their allowance. When Brooke Stephens was ten and growing up in Jacksonville, her mother gave her $5 a week,$1.75 of which was for bus fare and lunch. “If you lose money,” Brooke’s mother told her, “you walk home.” One week the girl spent all her allowance in a candy store, and then she called home for a ride. “Mom made me walk home,” recalls Stephens, now a financial planner in Brooklyn. “At first I was angry. But I finally realized that she was trying to teach me an important lesson.” Experts advise an allowance should not be tied directly to a child’s daily chores(琐事). Kids should help around the house not because they get paid for it but because they share responsibilities(责任) as members of family. You might, however, pay a child for doing extra jobs at home. That can develop his or her initiative(主动性). 76.What is the best title of the passage? (Please answer within 10 words) ____________________________________________________________________________ 77.Fill in the blank in Paragraph 4 with a proper sentence. (Within 10 words) ____________________________________________________________________________ 78.What advice is given in the last paragraph? (Within 10 words) ____________________________________________________________________________ 79. what purpose does the author mention Brooke Stephens in Paragraph 4? (within 20 words) For

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____________________________________________________________________________ 80.Translate the underlined sentence in the last paragraph into Chinese. ____________________________________________________________________________

【听力答案】 1—5:CCBAB 6—10:CABBC 11—15:AABCC 16—20:ABCAB 【单项答案】 21.A 本题考查交际用语,表示许可时,肯定回答常用“Yes, please./ Of course, you may. / Go ahead, please./ Not at all./ Just help yourself.”等表示。C 和 D(表邀请答语)选 项前后矛盾。 22.C 名词习语搭配题。find fault with sb.“挑剔sb.”是一个固定成语,其它选项A)“错误”; B)“缺点”和D)瑕疵, 缺陷”均不能套用。句意为“她老婆老是和他挑剔,这使他非常 生气。” 23.C 本题考查的是 patience 的含义,patience 意为“耐心”,词组 have patience 解释为“耐 心一点”。 24.C 考查名词性从句。此处为 whether 引导的主语从句(注意句中并不缺成分)。 25. 词义辨析题。 D since 从……至今, 既然; for 关于, as 至于; thankful to 无此搭配; thanks to 幸亏,因为。因此答案为 D。句意为“幸亏他坚决反对其它陪审员的立场,一个年 青人的生命才得以挽救。” 26.A 句中否定介词短语 at no time 位于句首,表明了句子的主谓结构应采用部分倒装的 形式,即将句中的助动词调至主语之前。根据句子意思该句为被动语态,排除选项 B、 D。 C、 【教学启示】 要准确把握答句中位于句首的表示否定意义的介词短语 at no time 所暗示的选择条件。 27.D 考查搭配。honestly speaking 相当于 to tell (you) the truth。类似的短语有:strictly speaking 严格说来;generally speaking 一般说来;roughly speaking 大体说来等。 28. C a large (great)number/many of 与可数名词连用; great (good)deal of,a large amount of :a 与不可数名词连用 ;plenty of 前不加冠词。 29. B 考查短语。take a chance“冒一冒险, 碰碰运气”;have a chance“有机会”;A、D 一 般不和 chance 构成搭配。句意为“我们决定怀着天气可能会好的侥幸心情去野餐。” 30.C 根据句子结构及句子意思可知,该句为一宾语从句,选项 A、B 不符合句子意思; 选项 D 只可引导状语从句,只有 whatever work 符合句子结构及句子意思,相当于 any work that 引导的定语从句。【教学启示】要了解 whatever 与 no matter what 引 导从句的用法区别。 31.B 根据题干意义"……问题是你是否准备努力学习",因此选项 A、D 不符合句子意思; if 在名词性从句中仅可以连接宾语从句, 不可引导其它名词性从句, 故应排除。 【教 学启示】要注意连接词 if 和 whether 引导名词性从句的用法区别。 32.A 考查短语。account for 解释,说明;stand for 代表,象征,忍受,容忍;answer for 负责;go for 拥护。 33.B 考查短语。by accident“偶然;无意中”;on purpose“故意地”;by heart “牢记,凭记忆”; by mistake“by mistake 错误...”,根据句意“玻尔玻发现太平洋是出于偶然。”应选 B。 34.D 考查动词短语。bring up“培养,样大”。A 不用于被动;B 无本句词义;C 一般不用 于人。
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35.D (be)in rags 穿得破破烂烂;衣衫褴褛。 【备用单选题】 1. C 2. C 3.C 本题考查名词语意的选择。在此处 chances 的意思是“有……的可能”。本句句意为“你 就有可能听到小鸟歌唱来迎接每一天。” 【完形答案】 本文是根据美国著名作家(Mark Twain)马克?吐温的故事改编的一篇记叙文。 故事讲述的 是“一块精美、走时准确手表最终成为废物”的全过程。选项设计上侧重训练学生的英语语感 和词义辨析能力。 36.C for certain“无疑地,确定地”,是一个固定用法,相当于 without doubt, for sure;for certainty 应为 for a certainty 才对。 37.A keep time“走时准确”,是习惯用法,tell time“报时”,observe time “守时”,strike 表“鸣 钟”时,常用结构为“strike the hours(每小时报时一次); strike 12 这种刚敲 12 点”。 38.B wind sth. up“上(钟或表)的弦;上发条”。 39.D set a clock / watch “对钟;对表;将闹钟等定时”。 40.A as 用来引导表原因的状语从句。 41.D 从上文中的 be pushed up 得知,手表的时间慢了四分钟,而不是快了四分钟。 42.C make sB.do sth. / get sB.to do sth. “使某人做某事”,此题之后接了省 to 的不定式 understand,所以用 make。 43. (指钟表) A 快(慢)于正确的时间, 常用 gain 或 lose。 This watch neither gains nor loses. 如: 这表不快也不慢。go 只表示“钟表在走(时)”。 44.B leave sth. far behind“使某事处于落后状态”,A、C、D 都是不及物动词。 45.C 表转折,意为:我原指望他迅速将表校对,可是他要我一周后才来拿。However 是 副词,常用逗号隔开。 46.C slow 作动词,slow down“减慢速度”。 47.A 通过上下文得知作者已经去过了两个修表匠,现在要去第三个修表匠那儿。 48.B took sth. to pieces “拆开,拆散”,在这里指把表拆成零碎。broke“打碎”; tore“撕毁”; cut“切碎”。 49.D 介词 in 表示“从当时算起再过多长时间”。 50.B but 前有实义动词 do 时,but 后要接省 to 的动词不定式。 51.A keep(on)doing sth., 意为“不停地做……”。taking “拿去”;bringing“拿来”; fetching“去 拿来”; carrying“提起,拿起”,无方向性。 52.B tell the time 指“能够看懂钟表上的时间;看钟表等而说出时间”。不要受中文影响而 错用 understand。 53.D get 是连系动词,其后要接形容词作表语,可排除 A、C,再从逻辑上分析,可排除 B 项。 54.C cost 表示“某物花费多少钱”,有“等价交换”之意。 55. another 表示“另一个 A (与之不同的一个) the other 表“两个当中的另一个”; 表“数 ”; one 量(一个)”;one more“买了一个不够,还要再买一个”。 【阅读答案】 A 篇答案:56—60:CBBCB 56.C 根据第二段得出答案。也可排除 A;C 项错在 with other boys;D 文中未提及。

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57.B 内容排序题。从第三段首句可知 d 项最早发生,所以正确答案在 B 和 C 两项,从 第三段首句可知 b 项是第二个事件,所以正确答案选 B。 58.B 细节理解题。 59.C 细节理解题。根据第二段很容易排除 A、B、D。 60.B 综合推理题。Mark Twain 晚年头发全白,精神受到了一系列事件的打击,他酷爱 白色,白衣服,白领带也应该与此有关。 B 篇答案:61—65:DACBA 61.D 本文第三句解释的很清楚 62.A If in the real world our money incomes go up??But it does 这一句即为答案 63.C 根据文中 It is no longer acceptable as a store of value….得知答案。 64.B 纵观全文可知,本文作者为通货臌涨而担忧 65.A 根据上文可以判断,省略的是 matter。 C 篇答案:67—70: BBCDA 56. B。细节理解题。从第二段 Instead, as they see it, solutions must develop from a better…中 可知答案。 57. B。主旨判断题。从全文可以看出答案。整篇文章论述的是现在的科学家们,特别是年 轻一代的科学家们越来越多地意识到,要解决全球的人口与环境等问题,只靠发展科 技是不够的,更重要强调生命与地球科学及社会学,心理学,经济学甚至哲学的研究 (Para.3)。同时,第二段也提到“solutions must develop from a better understanding of the humans…”。 58. C。细节理解题。从最后一段可以找出答案。 59. D。词义理解题。从倒数第二段…in solving energy and food shortages, or that answers to… 及第最后一段…using less of the raw materials that are becoming short. 可以看出答案。 60. A。细节理解题。从文章倒数第二段可以知道 A 错。 D 篇答案:71—75:BCBAD 71.B 根据文章第一段得出答案。 72.C 说明性段落的中心句往往是第一句。 73.B 文章已指出,此几率在 60%—80%之间。 74.A 从文章第三段找出相应句子。 75.D 文章末句往往概括全文精华。 【短文改错答案】 76. cheaper→cheap 77. talking→talk 78. class→classes 79. 去掉 it 80. in→by 81. as 前加 such 82. √ 83. knew→know 84. Therefore→But 85. 去掉 that 【书面表达答案】 Mark Twain (1835--1910), one of the best known American writers in the nineteenth century, was born in Missouri in the middle part of the United States. Mark Twain's home town lay on the banks of the Mississippi River, where he spent his childhood. When he grew up he worked as a pilot on a river boat for some time. Mark Twain is his pen name. He took it from the shout of the sailors. Mark Twain wrote a lot of novels, one of which is TOM SAWYER, the masterpiece which brought him fame and honor. Some of his writings have been translated into many languages. He and his works are deeply loved by readers throughout the world.

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【语法填空】 1. everything 2. respected 6. before 7. agreed 【阅读表达答案】 3. rule 8. more 4. whole 9. another 5. way 10. keep

76.How to teach a child about money / How to teach a child to manage money matters. (由文中的第一段第一句话判断出,零用钱是教给孩子们学会预算、节省和做出自己的决定的 重要工具,而不是只教孩子们节省钱。) 77.make a mistake(文章第一段就提到) 78.Paying children for their housework is not good 79.To explain that parents should be strict when children are developing good habits about money. (文章以这个小女孩的故事为例, 来解释“父母在培养孩子们养成花钱的好习惯时, 一定要严 格。”) 80.孩子们应该在家里帮忙做一些事情,并不是因为他们能从中得到报酬,而是作为家庭的 成员,他们应该为家里分担一些责任。 【听力录音原文材料】 Text 1 W: Look at this picture. Can you guess how old this film star is? M: She looks younger. But she must be at least forty. Text 2 W: What are you doing ,Ken? M: I’m chatting by QQ? W: Why aren’t you reading English? M: I have already done it. Text 3 M:What did you think of the film last night? W:I have never seen a better one. Text 4 M: Have you returned the book to the library? W: Oh, no! I nearly forget it. Er, today is Saturday, I’ll return it the day after tomorrow. Text 5 W: Did you tell Mr Smith to bring the dictionary he promised me? M: The dictionary? Oh, I am sorry. Text 6 M: Any message for me, Miss Green? W: Just one, Mr. White. You had a telephone call from someone called Gary. M: Gary? I don’t know anyone called Gary. What did he want? W: He wouldn’t say. But it sounded important. I told him you’d pone him as soon as you got back. M: Well, I’d better do that then, I suppose. Er. . you have got his phone number, haven’t you? . , W: Yes, it’s two double seven six two oh one (2776201). M: Two double seven six five oh one? W: No, two double seven six two oh one. M: Oh, you’d better write it down, Miss Green. I’m sure to forget it.
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W: I already have, Mr. White. It’s on your desk. Text 7 W: Look! There are so many beautiful postcards here. Which one do you like best, Peter? M: I like that one, Nancy. W: Which one? M: The one with the dogs. W: Oh, no. Michael don’t like dogs. I like that one with the boats, the one in the middle. M: No, let’s buy the one with the lake and the swans. It’s very nice, isn’t it? W: Yes, Michael must like it very much. Text 8 (The telephone rings.) M: Hello. Who is calling? W: Miss Flower. Good morning, Mr Parker. M: Good morning, Miss Flower. What’s wrong? Where are you? W: I am at home. I’m ill. I’ve got a terrible cold and a bad headache. I’m afraid I can’t go to work today. M: I’m sorry to hear that. Well, you’d better stay at home or go to see the doctor. Don’t worry about your work. W: Thank you, Mr Parker. See you tomorrow, I hope. M: See you tomorrow. I hope. Goodbye. W: Goodbye, Mr Parker. Text 9 W:The time has come to say good-bye. M:So soon.It seems as if you just got here. W:I feel that way,too,but all good things must come to an end,they say. M:It certainly has been a pleasure seeing you again and going over old memories. W:I've had a wonderful time and I really thank you for spending so much time showing me the sights. W:Not at all.It was fun for me,too.It gave me a chance to do something a little different. Text 10 It’s a dark and cold night. The car driver hasn’t had a single passenger all day. When he goes by the railway station, he sees a young man coming out with two bags in his hands. “Aha,” thinks the car driver. “Here is a chance to make up for the rest of this bad day.” He quickly opens the door, and asks, “Where do you want to go, sir?” “To the hotel,” the young man answers. When the car driver hears that, he feels sad. The young man will give him only three dollars because the hotel is just two blocks away from the railway station. Suddenly he has an idea. He takes the passenger by a longer route. After a long time, the car finally arrives at the hotel. “You should pay me 15 dollars,” the car driver says to the young man. “What? 15 dollars? Don’t you take me as a fool? Only last week I took a car from the railway station to this hotel and I gave him 13 dollars. I know how much the trip costs, I won’t pay you one dollar more than I paid the other car driver last week.

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