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第 I 卷(共 100 分)
第一部分 英语知识运用 第一节 语法和词汇知识 1.In face of _____failure,it is the most important to keep up_____good state of mind. A./;a B.a;/ C. the;/ D./;the 2.After Yang Liwei succeeded in circling the earth,________our astronauts desire to do is to walk in space. A.where B.what C. that D.how 3.It took ______building supplies to construct these energy-saving houses.It took brains,too. A.other than B.more than C.rather than D.less than 4.Generally, students’inner motivation with high expectation from others______essential to their development. A.is B.are C.was D.were 5.All the others seemed to know each other and I began to feel________. A.given away B.left out C.turned down D.fallen behind 6.When a pencil is partly put in a glass of water,it looks as if it_________. A.breaks B.has broken C.were broken D.had been broken 7.It ’s bad______to crowd around and stare at foreigners in a strange_________. A.manners s;manner B.manner;manners C.manners;manner D.manners;manners 8.The living room is clean and tidy, with a dining table already______for a meal to be cooked. A.laid B.laying C.to lay D.being laid 9.The room is in a terrible mess;it_____cleaned. A.can’t have been B. shouldn’t have been C. mustn’t have been D. wouldn’t have been 10.-I haven’t got the reference book yet,but I’ll have a test on the subject next month. -Don’t worry. You______have it by Friday. A. could B.shall C.was D.were 11..John thinks it won’t be long ______he is ready for his new job. A. when B. after C.before D.since 12..I’ll show you a newly-built supermarket______you may buy all____you need. A. in which; that B.where;what C.which;which D.that;that 13.Our governments always keeps a certain amount of money and grain for______like natural disasters. A. emergency B. violence C.significance D.banquet 14.We ______out 100.000 computers next year to meet the market requirements. A. are about to turn B. are turning C.turn D.are to turn 15.The beautiful scenery of my hometown_____me to write a brilliant essay.

A.inspired B. promoted C. appealed D.discouraged 16.______for a long time, the crops are drying. A.Being no rain B.There was no rain C.To be no rain D.There being no rain 17.________the poem a second time, the meaning will become clearer to you. A.Your reading B.While reading C. If reading D.When you read 18.So badly________in the accident that he was sent to a hospital. A.did he hurt B.he was hurt C.was he hurt D.he did hurt 19.________to sunlight for too much time will do harm to one’s skin. A.Exposed B.Having exposed C.Being exposed D.Having been exposed 20.--Mary’s been offered a job in a university, but she doesn’t want to take it. --____________? It’s a very good chance. 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) I went to India for a 2-week vacation to visit my relatives. We stopped on a red light, and as always, there was a lot of activity outside the cars near the 21 . People walked in, between the cars 22 newspaper, water and a number of kids looked for a bit of charity from the car owners. It’s a familiar 23 in most poor developing countries. While we were 24 for the red light to turn green, I noticed a man outside a couple of 25 in front of ours trying to sell bottles of water. It’s 26 unusual at first. He was a man in his 40s with relatively 27 clothes. But he walked around in a strange way. He kind of 28__ his way around the spaces. He was blind. Carrying a couple of water bottles on one hand, he 29 got to the outside of our car. Out of 30 , my mum decided to buy one water bottle. As she gave the man the money, the light turned green. The cars behind sounded loudly and 31 , trying to get ahead of traffic. Seeing this, my mum kindly told the man to 32 the change. However, with his-superior sense of touch, he quickly 33 his shirt pocket and threw the money at my mum’s 34 . It was the exact change. The cars behind us were really getting out of control, __35_ we decided to go on our way. I 36 and even cried when I got home. Here’s a blind man, born in 37 , trying to sell water bottles on the streets to make ends meet. He 38 our sympathy. Life hasn’t been 39 to him, yet he’s giving it his best shot. I think that is what 40 is all about, facing life bravely. 21. A. signs B. crossroads C. stations D. theatre 2. A. giving B. buying C. selling D. throwing 23. A. scene B. play C. activity D. street 24. A. watching B. asking C. waiting D. changing 25. A. blocks B. crossings C. turns D. cars 26. A. everything B. something C. anything D. nothing 27. A. expensive B. fashionable C. ragged D. splendid 28. A. pushed B. drove C. cleared D. felt 29. A. eventually B. quickly C. frequently D. happily

30. A. curiosity 31. A. impatiently 32. A. keep 33. A. searched for 34. A. hand 35. A. still 36. A. gave up 37. A. pain 38. A. refused 39. A. rich 40. A. kindness

B. sympathy B. casually B. return B. went through B. arm B. yet B. set off B. poverty B. enjoyed B. unfair B. courage

C. thirsty C. naturally C. borrow C. turned over C. face C. so C. held on C. sadness C. doubted C. kind C experience

D. politeness D. carefully D. count D. looked for D. lap D. but D. broke down D. loneliness D. cheated D. bad D. challenge

recognized with great fear: our daddy. But there was something strangely different about it. In it we heard something we had never heard before: fear, agony (痛苦) and despair. Then came his prayers in tearful voice. Our daddy was promising God that he would give his life to him if he would safely return his girls. Nothing in our lives had prepared us for this kind of shock. Neither of us remembers making a decision to come out. We were drawn to him like a magnet (磁铁), our fears disappearing into the forest. We didn’t know yet if we actually took steps or if God somehow moved us out and into Daddy’s arms. What we do remember were those strong, loving arms holding us and crying, hugging us like we were precious. Things were different after that. We had a new daddy. Our whole family was changed by a piece of chalk. 41. From the first two paragraphs, we can learn __________. A. the author was very naughty when young

第二部分 阅读理解(每小题 2 分,共 40 分) A In our home it was natural to fear our father. Even our mother was afraid of him. As children, my sister and I thought every family was like that. Every family had an unpredictable dad who was impossible to please and a praying mom who was there to protect the children. We were good children. Mom was always telling us we were, even if Daddy couldn’t see it, part of this was because we didn’t dare to do anything. Then came the day we found something new and fun to do. We worked at drawing with chalk on our wooden front door and making lots of pretty pictures all over it. We had a great time. We thought Mom would love it and praise us. The praise we expected did not come. Instead, Mom was mad. We did not understand why, but we knew we were in big trouble! Off we ran to find a place to hid. In our wooded yard it was not hard for two small children to find safety. Together, we hid behind a tree and did not move. Soon we heard the frightened voices of Mom and our neighbors calling out to us. The sun set and it began to get dark. Those around us became more anxious, and we became more frightened. However, we still didn't move. As we clung (紧紧拥抱) together in the dark, we became aware of yet another voice, one we

B. the children were proud of their mother C. the author’s father was difficult to please D. the author’s father was afraid of her mother 42. The children’s drawing on the door __________. A. brought them great trouble C. made their father very angry B. gained their mother’s praise D. failed to meet their mother’s demands

43. Which shows the children’s emotional change when they heard their father’s voice? A. Anxious→content →miserable C. Excited→fearful→desperate B. Frightened→happy→depressed D. Scared→shocked→moved

44. In the last paragraph, The underlined sentence “We had a new daddy” implies that________. A. the relationship between the family members changed B. the author’s father developed an interest in drawing C. the author’s mother found a new husband D. the children were afraid of their new father 45. What’s the best title of the passage? A. The belief in God C. The big trouble of my mother B. A piece of chalk D. A painful memory of my childhood.

B “Can’t hold a candle to” is a popular expression. When there wasn’t electricity, someone would have a servant light his way by holding a candle. The expression means that the person who cannot hold a candle to you is not fit even to be your servant. Now, it means such a person cannot compare or compete. Another expression is “hold your tongue.” It means to be still and not talk. “Hold your tongue” is not something you would tell a friend. But a parent or teacher might use the expression to quiet a noisy child. “Hold out” is an expression one hears often in sports reports and labor news. It means to refuse to play or work. Professional football and baseball players “hold out” if their team refuses to pay them what they think they are worth. The expression “hold up” has several different meanings. One is a robbery. A man with a gun may say, “ This is a hold up. Give me your money.” Another meaning is to delay. A driver who was held up by heavy traffic might be late for work. Another meaning is for a story to be considered true after an investigation. A story can hold up if it is proved true. “Hold on” is another expression, which means wait or stop. As you leave for school, your brother may say, “Hold on, you forgot your book.” It is used to ask a telephone caller to wait and not hang up his telephone. Our final expression is “hold the line.” That means to keep a problem or situation from getting worse—to hold steady. For example, the president may say he will“hold the line on taxes.” He means there will be no increase in taxes. 46. The author introduces the expressions mainly by _____________. A. giving examples C. raising questions B. making comparisons D. quoting famous remarks

A. amusing

B. polite

C. unfriendly

D. aggressive

49. If some teachers “hold out”, they probably __________. A. change their attitude C. make a compromise B. refuse to work D. show their devotion

50. Which of the following sentences can convey positive meanings? A. I was late as I was held up by a hold up. B. Hold on! You have to pay the bill,sir. C. You can’t even hold a candle to Michael. D. I promise to hold the line on house prices. C Jeanette Rankin was born on a ranch(农场) in Montana, USA in 1882. In those days, Montana was still a frontier state, and life there was hard. Men and women shared the difficult outdoor work. But young Jeanette noticed men and women were not equal in many ways. For instance, at election time, women were not allowed to vote. Jeanette thought this was not fair, and several years later, after graduating from college, she realized how to help change the situation. First, she joined with other women and gave speeches through the state. Thanks to their years of efforts, Montana women were finally allowed to vote. This experience changed Jeanette’s life. She wanted to do work for the welfare of women and children everywhere. She was now well-known throughout Montana, so she decided to run for the US Congress. In 1916, she became the first woman in the Congress of the United States. Just six days after Rankin first attended Congress in 1917, American President Wilson called for a vote to go to war against Germany, as German submarines(潜水艇)attacked American ships during World War I. When Jeanette was called upon to vote, she said, “I want to stand by my country, but I cannot vote for war. I vote no.” Forty-nine other congress members also voted no, but she was the person who was criticized most. Newspapers said her decision came from weakness and she was anti-American. In the Second World War, Japanese warplanes attacked the American base at Pearl Harbor in 1941. The time came again for the US Congress members to vote for or against going to war. Everyone was waiting for Jeanette Rankin to vote, who rose and said, “As a woman, I can’t go to war, so I refuse to send anyone else”. Out of 471 members, she was the only member who voted against war. After that, she

47. The expression “can’t hold a candle to” can be used when ____________. A. some footballers refuse to play a game B. someone else is wanted on the phone C. someone is not qualified for a position D. someone was delayed by heavy traffic 48. The tune of the phrase “hold your tongue” is probably a little ___________.

received thousands of letters. Most people criticized her, but some praised her for her courage. Shortly before she died in 1973, she was asked if she regretted voting “no” to the two wars.” “Never,” she answered. “If you are against war, you’re against war regardless of what happens.” Today, in the US Congress Building, there is a statue of Jeanette Rankin. On the base of the statue are her words: “I cannot vote for war.” 71. When Jeanette Rankin was young, _______________________. A. women were not allowed to work with men B. women had no right to vote C. women could not go to college D. women could not deliver speeches in public 72. She decided to run for the US Congress because__________. A. She wanted to become famous throughout the USA B. She hated war C. She wanted to help more women and children D. She was a born politician 73. Which is true according to the passage? A. Jeannette was not the only member to vote no to the two wars. B. Jeannette voted no to the wars because she was weak. C. Everyone in the USA hated her when she voted no to the war against Japan. D. Jeanette believed that no war was right. 74. From the passage we can tell that Jeanette Rankin was_______. A. full of courage B. very fair C. very intelligent . D. very stubborn.

75. The American people remember Jeanette Rankin mainly for A. her fighting for women’s rights B. her being the first American woman Congress member C. her fighting against war D. her efforts to help women get the voting right

swim as well as ever when he gets back in the water. He can get on a bicycle after many years and still ride away. He can play catch and hit a ball as well as his son. A mother who has not thought about the words for years can teach her daughter the poem that begins "Twinkle, twinkle, little star" or remember the story of Cinderella or Goldilocks and the Three Bears. One explanation is the law of overlearning(过度学习), which can be stated as follows: Once we have learned something, additional learning trials (尝试) increase the length of time we will remember it. In childhood we usually continue to practice such skills as swimming, bicycle riding, and playing baseball long after we have learned them. We continue to listen to and remind ourselves of words such as "Twinkle, twinkle, little star" and childhood tales such as Cinderella and Goldilocks. We not only learn but overlearn. The multiplication tables (乘法口诀表) are an exception to the general rule that we forget rather quickly the things that we learn in school, because they are another of the things we overlearn in childhood. The law of overlearning explains why cramming (突击学习) for an examination, though it may result in a passing grade, is not a satisfactory way to learn a college course. By cramming, a student may learn the subject well enough to pass the examination, but he is likely soon to forget almost everything he learned. A little overlearning, on the other hand, is really necessary for one's future development. 51. What is the main idea of Paragraph 1? A. People remember well what they learned in childhood. B. Children have a better memory than grown-ups. C. Poem reading is a good way to learn words. D. Stories for children are easy to remember. 52. What does the word "they" in Paragraph 4 refer to? A. Commonly accepted rules. B. The multiplication tables. C. Things easily forgotten. D. School subjects. 53. According to the author, being able to use multiplication tables is_______. A. a result of overlearning B. a special case of cramming C. a skill to deal with math problems D. a basic step towards advanced studies 54. The author explains the law of overlearning by_________. A. presenting research findings B. setting down general rules C. making a comparison D. using examples 55. What is the author's opinion on cramming? A. It leads to failure in college exams. B. It's helpful only in a limited way. C. It's possible to result in poor memory. D. It increases students' learning interest. E Many people cannot start their day without first having a cup of coffee or tea.These drinks help

D Grown-ups are often surprised by how well they remember something they learned as children but have never practiced ever since. A man who has not had a chance to go swimming for years can still

them think clearly and feel more awake.This is because of caffeine,which helps to give a jump start to the nervous system.Now,a report says it may also boost long-term memory. Mike Yassa is a neurobiology professor.He and other researchers wanted to know if caffeine could improve a person’ s memory. He explains, “After you learn anything, it takes some time for that memory to strengthen. And over the first 24 hours is actually where most of the forgetting happens. So that is

59.Which of the following statements is NOT true? A.Most forgetting occurs within the first 24 hours. B.Forgetting can be positively affected by caffeine. C.The subjects were given different pills. D.Yassa was disappointed with the result. 60.What can we learn from the last paragraph? A.More caffeine means better memory. B.Smaller doses of caffeine doesn’t work. C.The time to take cafieine doesn’t matter. D.Caffeine is taken before the experiment.

where we wanted to intervene with caffeine and see if we can help reduce this forgetting. ” They took 160 caffeine-free people and showed them pictures of everyday objects. These people were asked if the objects could be found inside the house,or outdoors.Then some of the subjects were given a caffeine pill.The others were given a placebo—a pill containing nothing. 24 hours later,the subjects were shown the exact same images from the day before.They were also shown images with slight differences, and some completely new images. Both groups correctly identified the exact same and completely new pictures.But those who took the caffeine pill were better at spotting the pictures that were slightly different. Professor Yassa says their answers helped to show the effects of caffeine on memory. And we find that if they are on caffeine they are much more likely to make the right decision. ” The amount of caffeine the researchers used in the study was similar to one cup of strong coffee. The researchers did not see any improvement to memory from smaller doses of caffeine or when it was given an hour before viewing the images. 56.What is the focus of the text? A.Caffeine can make people addicted. B.Caffeine can make people energetic. C.Caffeine can improve long—term memory. D.Caffeine can make people feel comfortable. 57.What does the third paragraph mainly talk about? A.How the experiment was conducted. B.Who took part in the experiment. C.Which group of subjects did better. D.What was used in the experiment. 58.In which section of a magazine can we read this text? A.Culture. B. Technology. C.Health. D.Education.

第 II 卷

(共三节,满分 50 分)

第一节.单词拼写(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,共 10 分) :根据句意和提示,写出单词的适当形式。 单词 1.Nothing satisfies him;he’s always ___________(抱怨)。 2.I’m_______(确信)that solar power will eventually solve many energy problems. 3.The mother didn’t know who was________ for the broken glass. . 4.The crystal is natural, not________(人造的)and I really like it. 5.The boy never does his homework________(随意地).No wonder he does well in his lessons. 6.Kun xi and Chang ’s souls were __________ (转化)into songbirds,which you can see singing at the top of the picture. 7.The sense of exploration which _________(激发)the artists went hand in hand with a new type of philosophy. 3.Yet Antarctica is full of wildlife,which has _________(适应)to its extreme conditions. 9.The police have arrested two _________(嫌疑人)in connection with the bank robbery. 10.They thought his behaviour was _________(不正常). 第二节:阅读表达(共 5 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下面短文,请根据短文后的要求答题。 (请注意问题后的字数要求) [1] There are many TV programs on Chinese food,but few are like A Bite of China. Directed by award-winning film maker Chen Xiaoqing, A Bite of China is filled with not just mouthwatering images of various foods, but also the beautiful process of food-making. The program is sure to attract both experts and ordinary audiences.

[2] “We have some interesting shots(连续镜头)of food-making, but how to create dishes is only one aspect of food culture. The program tries to bring something new by presenting more cultural elements related to dishes, such as eating habits and the traditions of eating. ” said Chen. One episode(剧集),for example, centers on the staple(主要的)foods. It explains why rice is the main food of the southern Chinese diet, while wheat flour ___________________. [3] The show is not only about dishes. Every episode will interview different people, who will tell stories about their adventures with food. “As a saying goes, ‘ you are what you eat',. Food is always connected with people. To get enough good stories, the production team spent three months doing research and interviews in about 60 cities before they started shooting last July. [4] An episode about pickles (泡菜),for instance, is about a white-collar woman in Beijing, who returns to her hometown and makes pickles for the first time for her lonely mother. [5] Another episode contains joyful moments of sons and daughters making New Year cakes (rice pudding) after they return home from big cities to celebrate with their parents, who have been staying in their home village. [6] Chen says the seven episodes might not be enough to show the glory of Chinese food culture. He's planning a second and third installment(期数). 76. How different is A Bite of China from other food programs? (no more than 15 words) __________________________________________________________________ 77. Fill in the blank in Paragraph 2 with proper words. (no more than 8 words) __________________________________________________________________ 78. What is the main idea of Paragraph 3? (no more than 8 words) __________________________________________________________________ 79. Traditional food has become a symbol of____________ in the stories of Paragraphs 4 and 5. (no more than 2 words) __________________________________________________________________ 80. Why did Chen make A bite of China according to the passage? ( no more than 12 words) ___________________________________________________________________ 第三节 书面表达: (满分 30 分) 近期学校举办了主题为“健康成长”的英语作文比赛。请就该话题按要求写一篇短文,主要内容 应包括以下方面: 1. 乐观的人生态度; 2. 努力学习; 3. 积极参加体育锻炼。 注意:1.词数 120 左右; 2.可以适当增减细节,自主发挥; 3.开头已为你写好,但不计入总词数。 ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________

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