一．单词拼写（10 分） 1. First aid is a t___________ form of help given to someone who suddenly falls ill or gets injured
before a doctor can be found. 2. The ____________(不可缺少的)character of the town has been destroyed by the new road. 3. The rise in inflation was just one _____________(症状)of the poor state of the economy. 4. The Yangtze river is a natural_________________(屏障，障碍) to the north-east. 5. There is a wide_____________（变化，多样性） of patterns to choose from. 6. He took off his wet clothes and s_____________ the water out. 7. This kind of mushrooms contain a deadly p_______. You can’t eat them. 8. Examples include burns caused by e _________ shocks, burning clothes, or severe petrol fires. 9. John was presented with his award at a __________(典礼)which recognized the ______(勇 敢，勇气)of ten people 10. He slowed the ___________( 流血 )by a pressure to the wounds until the police and ambulance arrived. 二． 完成下列句子.(10 分) 1. ------but there are other time when ________________(快速进行急救) can save lives. 2. The skin__________________________(阻止身体失去) too much water; it is _______you feel cold, heat or pain and it gives you your ____________(触觉). 3. Burns are called first, second or third degree burns, ________________(依靠，依赖)which layers of the skin are burned. 4. Remove clothing _______________(使用剪刀)______________(如有必要) unless it is _______________(粘贴在)the burn. 5. Hold the bandage ___________________(在合适的位置)with tape. 6. If bums are on arms or legs, keep them higher than the heart,_____________(如果可能). 7. She was lying in her front garden_____________________(流血很重). 8. John's quick action and knowledge of first aid saved Ms Slade's life. -------（强调划线部分）_________________________________________ 8. He slowed the bleeding ______________________(通过向---施加压力)the wounds until the police and ambulance arrived. 9. __________________________(毫无疑问的是) John's quick thinking and the first aid skills he learned at school saved Ms Slade's life. 10. ⑴ It shows that ________________(对---急救知识的掌握)can___________________(有 真正的区别). ⑵ _________________________(没有区别，没有关系) to me where you come from. 11. Before ______________(receive) their awards last night, they attended a special reception yesterday ___________(host) by the Prime Minister. 三． 单项选择(20 分) 1. If this dictionary is not yours,_______ __ can it be? A. what else B. who else C. which else’s D. who else’s 2. ⑴Could you please tell me ___ that prevents her from being as happy as before. A. what it is B. it is what C. how it is D. it is how ⑵ — Did Jack come back early last night? — Yes. It was not yet eight o’clock ______ he arrived home. A. before B. when C. that D. until 3. Jane told me she would not attend the conference ________.
A. if he invited B. when inviting C. unless invited D. while inviting 4. He felt rather _____ as he was the only person who wore sportswear at the dinner party. A. in place B. in the way C. by the way D. out of place 5. — Do you think the rain will affect the results of the football game? — Well, the players are used to such rainy weather, so it shouldn’t make any _____ to them. A. difficulty B. difference C. trouble D. sense 6. ----Shall I invite Ann to my birthday party tomorrow evening? ----Yes. It’ll be fine if you______. A. are B. can C. invite D. do 7. ---- Aren’t you the manager? ---- No, and I______ A. don’t want to B. don’t want to be C. don’t want be D. don’t want 8. ---I’ll be away on a business trip. Would you mind looking after my cat? ---Not at all. ______. A. I’ve no time B. I’d rather not C. I’d like it D. I’d be glad to 9. ----Do you think it will snow tomorrow? ----______. A. I don’t think B. No, I don’t think C. I don’t think so D. No, I don’t so 10. The pianos in the other shop will be ______, but _________. A. cheaper; not as better B. more cheap; not as better C. cheaper; not as good D. more cheap; not as good 11. When first ______ to the market, these products enjoyed great success. A. introducing B. introduced C. introduce D. being introduced 12. What surprised me was not what he said but ____ he said it. A. the way B. in the way that C. in the way D. the way which 13. The boy wanted to ride his bicycle in the street, but his mother told him _______. A. not to B. not to do C. not do it D. do not to 14. – Will you waste your time and money on that? ------ Certainly _______. A. I not B. don’t C. not D. no 15. – Who should be responsible for the accident? -- The boss, not the workers. They just carried out the order ______. A. as told B. as are told C. as telling D. as they told 16. Unless _______ to speak, you should remain silent at the conference. A. invited B. inviting C. being invited D. having invited 17. _____ for the free tickets, I would not have gone to the films so often. A. If it is not B. Were it not C. Had it not been D. If they were not 18. Water, _____ enough, can change into vapor quickly. A. when heated B. heating C. though to be heated D. when is heated 19. – I wan wondering if we could go skiing on the weekend. -- _____ good. A. Sound B. Sounded C. Sounding D. Sounds 20. ---– Jack bought a new mobile phone the other day. ------ ______? That’s his third one in just one month. A. Had he B. Did he C. Does he D. has he 四． 完形填空 I am the only person who has reached senior middle school in my family. So, I am the ―best-educated‖. But I also used to be the most 36 because I never thought about my manners. As a busy 37 , I always come home from school late. When I get home at 38 , it is time for my meal. After eating, I go to school again. But one day, when I was ready to go to school after lunch as usual, Dad stopped me. ―Could you 39 me some time?‖ he asked, ―just
one 40 .‖ I looked at the time and found I didn’t have much time left. ―OK, Dad, but please make it 41 .‖ ―All right, I know you are 42 , so I will just ask you two questions. Could you 43 how many things you have done for our 44 ? And, could you tell me how often you say hello to your family members when you get home?‖ That day, when I was at 45 , I thought about the questions without understanding why Dad had 46 asked them. Then, my friend, a girl from a rich family, asked me what was 47 me. I told her. After listening, she laughed. ―Hey! That’s nothing 48 ! You know, I never do anything or say hello to anybody when I am at home, either.‖ Then she added, ―As far as I know, 90 percent of our 49 have never done these things.‖ Really? At that moment, I 50 why my dad had asked me those questions. It was because it is good 51 to say hello to your family. However, most of us students don’t know, or even 52 this. How sad we are! I finally realized how I should answer my dad’s questions. First, I would do all those things that are called good manners. Second, I would 53 my classmates to be aware of their manners as soon as possible. That night I told these things to Dad. ―Good,‖ he said, ―Better late than never.‖ The next afternoon, when I got home, I saw Mum in the kitchen cooking. ―Hi, Mum, I’m 54 ,‖ I said. She looked at me and gave me a big 55 . 36．A. shy B. impolite C. angry D. anxious 37．A. senior student B. shop assistant C. school teacher D. housewife 38．A. time B. night C. noon D. spare time 39．A. spend B. take C. spare D. lend 40．A. thing B. hour C. question D. minute 41．A. easy B. happy C. quick D. simple 42．A. impolite B. polite C. patient D. busy 43．A. look about B. make sure C. find out D. take out 44．A. family B. members C. house D. promise 45．A. bed B. school C. table D. home 46．A. suddenly B. obviously C. clearly D. simply 47．A. surprising B. paining C. puzzling D. delighting 48．A. dangerous B. normal C. valuable D. important 49．A. family B. class C. neighbor D. town 50．A. wondered B. understood C. knew D. noticed 51．A. way B. exercise C. chance D. manners 52．A. think about B. care about C. call for D. hunt for 53．A. force B. remind C. allow D. ask 54．A. home B. late C. sorry D. hungry 55．A. cake B. suggestion C. smile D. chance 五．阅读理解 I remember that I used to rebel（反抗）against many dos and don’ts my parents told me. For example, when I kept on listening to jazz on the record player, my father used to consider it noise and replace it with classical music, which I always felt dull. My mom and dad were also very particular about the friends I made with, and always quoted the well-known sentence—one rotten apple could ruin a whole barrel of apples. These wre just a few examples of the things I thought my parents were unreasonable about. Today, however, I am the father of a boy of 15, and I find that I am pressuring my son with a lot of rules and regulations that he seems to find hard to follow too. One day, I noticed that my son’s hair was too long, so I told him to go to the barber’s and get it cut short. Ordinarily, he will do what he is told to, but this time he put his foot down. ―What’s wrong with my long hair?‖ he said. ―Most of my friends have long hair. And besides, it’s my own hair, isn’t it? I don’t think you have the right to order me to cut it short, even if you’re my father!‖ When I was a boy, if I had spoken to my father in that way, he would have taught me a
lesson. But I suddenly realize that we are now living in a more liberal world, and my son’s insistence on wearing his hair long is merely an instance of the generation gap that exists between us. Finally, I agree to it, so he still wears his hair long. 1．Which is the best title for the passage? A．The Generation Gap B．Stories Between Father and Son C．Dos and Don’ts for Teenagers D．A Thoughtful Father 2．The underlined phrase ―put his foot down‖ in Paragraph 2 probably means that the son . A．refused firmly to do as his father wished him to B．obeyed his father’s order C．put down his feet to relax himself D．ran away from home 3．The writer used to rebel against his parents mainly because . A．his parents were unreasonable B．the writer was a rebellious teenager C．the generation gap existed between them D．his parents always told him to make friends carefully 4．Which of the following is NOT the reason why the writer becomes liberal at last? A．They are living in a more liberal world today. B．He once suffered from the experience like his son. C．He realizes it is nothing but the generation gap. D．His son refuses to obey his orders firmly. 5．From the passage, we can safely draw a conclusion that . A．the writer’s parent didn’t love him at all B．the writer will have a friendly relationship with his son C．the generation gap can be removed in a more liberal world D．as long as you stick to what you want to do, you will surely make it eventually 六． 书面表达 一天放学后，李明和王平看到一位骑车的老人摔了下来，伤了腿，流着血，不少人围了 过去。有人建议将老人抬到树下，李明不同意，说不能动，要检查一下。这时老人没有了 呼吸，李明让王平给急救中心打电话，他为老人做人工呼吸，另一工人帮助止血，没过十 分钟，老人开始动弹了。急救中心的医生赶到，说李明做得对。 要 求： 写一篇 120 字的短文。可以增强细节，以使意思联贯。 参考词 1. 急救中心 the First Aid Centre 2. 口对口人工呼吸方式 mouth-to-mouth way
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参考答案 One day, after school was over, Li Ming and Wang Ping were walking in the street when they suddenly saw an old man fall off his bucycle. One of the old man’s legs was injuried and it was bleeding. Many people crowded around him. Someone suggested the old man be taken somewhere in the shade of trees. But Li Ming strongly disagreed. He had learned some knowledge about first aid before. He said that they ought to leave the old man where he was and check him. Now the old man was not breathing. Li Ming asked Wang Ping to telephone the First Aid Centre and he tried to start the old man’s breathing using the mouth-to-mouth way. Another young worker helped to stop the bleeding. Within ten minutes, the old man began to move a little and the doctors and nurses from the First Aid Centre arrived. They all said what Ling Mi ng did was right.