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东城区英语一模

2013.4

第二部分:知识运用(共两节,45 分) 第一节 单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,共 15 分) 从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. Mary _____ a photo of Professor Smith while he w

as making a speech. A. takes B. took C. would take D. has taken 22. _____the light in the hall will take more than money. A. Mending B. Mend C. Being mended D. To be mended 23. The young couple will have to rent a house, for their newly bought one _____. A. was decorated B. is being decorated C. will decorate D. had decorated 24. -Which city do you expect to live in? -I don’t mind where I live _____ there is my favorite job. A. so that B. in case C. as far as D. so long as 25. We had to spend three more hours waiting in ______cafe at the airport because _______ flight was delayed. A. a; the B. 不填; the C. the; 不填 D. a; a 26. My computer needs to be repaired. How much do you think it _____? A. would cost B. cost C. will cost D. has cost 27. My daughter, _____ job requires her to do a lot of travelling, is always away from home a lot. A. which B. that C. whose D. where 28. The young woman had her car _____ in the mud for two hours before the rescue workers arrived. A. trap B. trapping C. trapped D. to be trapped 29. I’d like to go to Tommy’s birthday party this evening, but I _____ just _____ from the flu. A. am…recovering B. will…recover C. was …recovering D. had…recovered 30. Glancing _____ his shoulder, Eric could see the dog was running after him. A. over B. across C. through D. onto 31. I wish I _____ the car journey home with my friends. Now they are watching the football match at home. A. will share B. have shared C. would share D. had shared 32. -I had a very boring weekend at home. -Why did you stay at home? You _____ with us. A. might hike B. could have hiked C. should hike D. must have hiked 33. -When would it be possible for Lucy to see the judge or _____ it was— the lawyer? -Next week. A. which B. whoever C. whose D. whatever 34. Proudly reading his poem, David glanced around the room, only _____ none of his classmates was listening to him. A. found B. finding C. find D. to find 35. How strange it is _____ the students are so quiet in the classroom! A. where B. when C. whether D. that
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东城区英语一模

2013.4

第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,共 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上 将该项涂黑。 Twist was the name of an old champion racing horse. He was past thirty years old, but the heart of the true 36 still beat with the great spirit. However, I knew little about the 37 that the old horse’s spirit would have on my daughter. My daughter Stacy had ever had a 38 experience with a runaway horse. She was just eight at the time, and a terrifying 39 accompanied the disaster. Although she broke no bones, her 40 , love for horses and the desire to learn to ride were 41 . No matter how my wife and I tried, we had no 42 in curing the damage caused that day. But when she was thirteen, a turning point came. One day as I saw Stacy look into the eye of the 43 fellow in the stall(牲口棚), I knew this was going to be the beginning of a 44 relationship. Fortunately, Stacy’s accident had not weakened her love for 45 in general, and this small opening was all that Twist needed to create an unusual 46 . In the following weeks, Stacy began to express daily 47 in coming to the stall with me. She actively spent time with him, feeding, brushing and combing him, all the 48 talking to him about her life. Then one day 49 I was readying one horse for a ride, I noticed the old guy’s eager expression and desire to be 50 , too. So I asked Stacy if she wanted to take Twist out for a ride. In 51 , Stacy looked once again into the old man’s eye. That moment, their two spirits 52 and completed the bond that had been forming over a couple of months. Continuing to look deep into his eyes, Stacy didn’t 53 . She only nodded yes. Moments later, I saw them riding 54 together, Stacy winning renewed(重建的) confidence and desire, a n d T w i s t w i n n i n g h i s m e d a l o f a c h i l d ’ s 55 . 36. A. jumper 37. A. wish 38. A. strange 39. A. attack 40. A. pride 41. A. destroyed 42. A. success 43. A. strong 44. A. serious 45. A. animals 46. A. impression 47. A. thanks 48. A. best 49. A. although 50. A. carried 51. A. response 52. A. rose 53. A. smile 54. A. off 55. A. spirit B. member B. ability B. rich B. fall B. skill B. ignored B. need B. old B. similar B. parents B. event B. interest B. way B. so B. included B. brief B. fought B. act B. on B. heart C. owner C. effect C. bad C. shake C. luck C. violated C. aim C. brave C. special C. friends C. style C. sympathy C. same C. as C. praised C. addition C. met C. think C. down C. agreement D. winner D. idea D. new D. task D. confidence D. reformed D. surprise D. poor D. formal D. fields D. bond D. opinions D. while D. because D. trained D. return D. recovered D. speak D. back D. dependence

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东城区英语一模

2013.4

第三部分:阅读理解(共两节,40 分) 第一节(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,共 30 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A It was the summer of 1936. The Olympic Games were being held in Berlin. I had trained, sweated and disciplined myself for 6 years on the running broad jump. A year before, as a college student at the Ohio State, I’d set the world’s record of 26 feet 8 1/4 inches. Nearly everyone expected me to win. I was in for a surprise. When the time came for the broad-jump trials, I was shocked to see a tall boy hitting the pit (坑) at almost 26 feet on his practice leaps. He turned out to be a German named Luz Long. He had easily qualified for the finals on his first attempt. A nervous athlete is an athlete who will make mistakes. I fouled (犯规) twice on my qualifying jumps. Walking a few yards from the pit, I kicked at the dirt disgustedly. Suddenly I felt a hand on my shoulder. I turned to look into the friendly blue eyes of Luz Long. “Hi, I’m Luz Long. I don’t think we’ve met.” “Glad to meet you,” I said. Then, trying to hide my nervousness, I added, “How are you?” “I’m fine. Something must be eating you. You should be able to qualify with your eyes closed.” He said. He seemed to understand my nervousness, and took pains to reassure me. Finally, seeing that I had calmed down somewhat, he said, “What does it matter if you’re not the first in the trials? Tomorrow is what counts.” All the tension left my body as the truth of what he said hit me. Confidently I qualified with almost a foot to spare. Luz broke his own record and pushed me on to a peak performance. The instant I landed from my final jump—the one which set the Olympic record of 26 feet 5 1/16 inches—he was at my side, congratulating me. 56. The author said “ I was in for a surprise” because he _____ A. beat Luz Long B. qualified for the final C. met a great competitor D. joined in the Olympic Games 57. What can we learn about the author from the passage? A. He remained confident in the Olympic Games. B. He had qualified for the finals on his first attempt. C. He had prepared for Berlin Olympics in Ohio State. D. He broke the world record of the running broad jump. 58. What is the passage mainly about? A. A reliable man in the Olympic Games. B. A memorable experience in the Olympics. C. A surprising result in the Olympic Games. D. A good suggestion on how to win in the Olympics. B Back those photos up The images were striking. Homes on the East Coast were washed away by Superstorm Sandy. People were in tears, picking up faded photographs, among their only remaining possessions. If that doesn’t move you to get serious about safekeeping your lifetime of memories, what will? The digital age offers tools never imaginable before—including one-click access to a lifetime of family photos. Here is a brochure on how to back up (存) your photos and save them online, where they can live forever and be accessible in good times and bad. Scanning The first step for those old photos is to scan them and save them to a digital format. Most printers come with
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东城区英语一模

2013.4

scanners these days, so that’s an easy but extremely time-consuming step. Storing the photos With your scans in place, import the photos into your computer, and back them up. You could make multiple copies of the disks and spread them to loved ones. Or you could choose external(外 接的) hard drives or USB thumb drive, and add your photo and video collection from your computer. Online backup If you need lots of space, look at a pure online backup service, Caronite. Caronite backs up 300 million files daily. Once you sign up, it starts to pick up everything you have on your hard drive. But photo collection on your computer’s main hard drive charges for $59 a year. Cloud Storage For folks who don’t need automatic backup, but instead want to take a more active approach, Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft’s SkyDrive let you store files online by yourself, share and instantly access them. All offer free options—2GB of free storage for Dropbox, 5GB for Google and 7GB for SkyDrive. But if you want more, you need to pay. Bottom Line The hard drive or flash drive is the cheapest and easiest. But drives can fail. Online services are more expensive, but more secure. With more of us switching back and forth between our computers, such services are the best way to get access to our data from wherever we are. 59. Why does the author mention Superstorm Sandy? A. To tell the background of the scanning photos. . B. To attract the readers’ interest in the backups. C. To describe a severe natural disaster. D. To win the readers’ sympathy. 60. What can we know from the passage? A. Scanning photos takes little time but costs a lot. B. Caronite charges for backing up photos from hard drive. C. Google Drive offers unlimited free photo storage on line. D. The hard drive or flash drive is the cheapest and safest. 61. Which of the following allows storing files automatically? A. Caronite. B. Dropbox. C. SkyDrive. D. Flash drive. 62. The main purpose of the passage is to _____. A. tell real stories about storage services B. introduce some of the storage services C. describe the functions of storage services D. argue about the advantage of storage services C The Commonwealth games have meant that the eyes of the world have been focused on our fair city—Melbourne. And