高三年级单元测试题（ 高三年级单元测试题（复习高一 Units 1-4） ） 命题：肖鹏 丁万会 冯正来 贾仁起 王国金 命题：
满分：150 分 时间：120 分钟 第一卷（三部分，共 115 分） 第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 30 分） 第一节 (共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、
C 三个选项中选出最佳选 项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅 读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. When will the woman take the flight? A. On Tuesday, the 22nd of April. B. On Thursday, the 24th of April C. On Tuesday, the 24th of April. 2. What is the woman doing now? A. Going for a walk. B. Doing shopping. C. Seeing her son off. 3. When are they going to have their picnic? A. On Friday. B. On Saturday. C. On Sunday. 4. How far is Lijiang from Kunming? A. 600 kilometers. B. 6,000 kilometers. C. 60 kilometers. 5. What does the man think of his school life? A. Wonderful. B. Terrible. C. Relaxing. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项 中选出最佳选项， 并标在试卷的相应位置。 听每段对话或独白前， 你将有时间阅读各个小题， 每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至 8 题。 6. What is Ms Justin doing? A. Talking with her friend. B. Having an interview. C. Having a meeting. 7. When can the man receive the telephone from Ms Justin? A. Before 3:00. B. At 3:00. C. After 3:00. 8. Why does the man call Ms Justin? A. To talk with her about a new product of her company. B. To return the new product. C. To invite her to the Sales Department. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 9 至 11 题。 9. When will Mr Lee get back? A. Before 10:00 am. B. At about 11:00 am.
C. Just at 12:00 am. 10. Why does the man telephone Mr Lee? A. To tell something about his order. B. Because he has lost Mr Lee’s message. C. Because his secretary didn’t pass the message to him. 11. What’s the man’s telephone number? A. 86872265. B. 86862257. C. 86862275. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 12 至 14 题。 12. How soon will the man’s package reach Hong Kong if he sends it as a first-class post? A. About two weeks. B. About 9 days. C. About a month. 13. What does the man want to post? A. A pair of glass earrings. B. A pair of glasses. C. A pair of gold earrings. 14. How much does the man have to pay to post his package? A. Eight dollars and twenty cents. B. Twelve dollars and twenty cents. C. Eighteen dollars and twenty cents. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 15 至 16 题。 15. What does the man think of the restaurant? A. Everything is wonderful. B. Decorations are great but the food is not so good. C. Nothing is bad but the music. 16. Why does the owner of the restaurant seldom change the food? A. Because the customers are fond of it. B. Because the owner has no money to change it. C. Because the owner spends too much time in Italy. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What language is mentioned? A. German. B. French. C. English. 18. Why was the speaker scared? A. The driver was sleepy while driving. B. The speaker couldn’t read the road signs. C. The driver was careless while driving. 19. What can we know from the passage? A. Sam was not good at driving. B. The driver was angry with the speaker. C. The speaker has been to other countries. 20. What happened at last? A. The driver was dismissed by the speaker. B. The speaker didn’t miss his flight. C. The speaker gave up traveling. 听力填空题（选做）根据你所听到的信息完成下列表格中第 17 至 20 题；每小题不超过三个
单词。 Sam could 17. _____ the road signs. left the center line whenever he 18. _______ for a second. wanted to go left because he thought it was a passenger drop-off area. The Writer was so scared of 19. ______ in Morocco that he opened the door of the car. found that everything 20. ______ fine in the end.
第二部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节 单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 21. — Do you have Ｔｈｅ Ｎｅｗ Ｙｏｒｋ Ｔｉｍｅｓ? — Yes, but no more than one copy. Would you like to take ______? A. some B. it C. one D. them 22. Over time, the girl all the hardship and gradually learns the meaning of life. A. gets through B. breaks down C. turns over D. takes in 23. Our headmaster will come to the party on Saturday, he promised to every one of us. A. when B. what C. that D. which 24. I was the point of telephoning him when his letter arrived. A. in B. to C. about D. on 25. Though Mike isn’t handsome, he always well in the photo. A. comes down B. comes up C. comes in D. comes out 26. Nowadays many people are watching Super Boys, a very successful TV program throughout China. A. to consider B. considering C. consider D. considered 27. — Jack, how do you find your company? — A little worried. We _____ ground as a leader in this field with the others developing fast. A. have lost B. are losing C. lost D. were losing 28. he saw me, instead of trying to avoid me, he came straight across the road to greet me. Which of the following is WRONG? A. On B. The moment C. When D. Immediately 29. — I’d like to go to the cinema very much, but I have no money. — That’s OK. This is my ______. A. turn B. treat C. offer D. service 30. the warning message, more deaths would have been caused in the earthquake. A. Regardless of B. Instead of C. But for D. Except for 31. ______ our small house, Jane’s house seemed like a palace. A. Compared with B. Comparing to C. Comparing with D. To compare to 32. — How well these apple trees grow! You must have devoted all your energies to them. — Yes, I . As the saying goes, “No pains, no gains!”
A. will B. must C. did D. do 33. Yesterday, Father forgot to pick me up. I at the school gate for nearly two hours. A. wait B. had waited C. have waited D. waited 34. — What should I do with this difficult passage? — ______ the main idea of each paragraph. A. To find out B. Find out C. Finding out D. Found out 35. — The weather is changeable here. Please take more clothes. — ______. A. It’s a pleasure B. It just depends C. Well, take your time D. OK, just in case 第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） Ｔｈｅ Ｌｅａｓｔ Ｌｉｋｅｌｙ ｔｏ Ｈｅｌｐ I had to wait for the red light to change to green. It was a busy 36 in our city, and I glanced to my left to see an elderly man, 37 about on the sidewalk. He had 38 off his motorized cart, which was 39 a few yards ahead of him, and he was climbing off the 40 onto the road to 41 up his “front basket”, which was now in the path of oncoming traffic. Without a second thought, I 42 over to help him to his feet, and although he was 43 and shaken, I was able to 44 him to his cart, help him back onto the seat and retie his basket 45 . As he glanced up at me, he smiled and said “Thank you.” I made sure that he was 46 to continue on and then I returned to my 47 , which I had left at the crossroads. Nobody was 48 . They just stared at me. In fact, one person looked at me 49 from across the street, and gave me a big 50 and a thumb’s up. The unbelievable thing is that I am a big man, usually dressed in 51 clothes to make me seem less 52 . Most people avoid me and would think I’d be the 53 person to offer a helping hand to someone in 54 . Looks can be 55 and the smile on that gentleman’s face made my day and put smiles on the faces of many others around me. 36. A. crossroads B. market C. downtown D. station 37. A. caring B. walking C. worrying D. feeling 38. A. taken B. gotten C. fallen D. turned 39. A. running B. standing C. parking D. lying 40. A. cart B. sidewalk C. street D. ground 41. A. take B. go C. pick D. look 42. A. climbed B. jumped C. rushed D. rolled 43. A. unconscious B. unhappy C. uneasy D. unsteady 44. A. walk B. drive C. force D. carry 45. A. carefully B. quickly C. nervously D. angrily 46. A. afraid B. free C. able D. ready 47. A. home B. car C. office D. seat 48. A. honking B. laughing C. helping D. leaving
49. A. surprisingly B. quietly C. curiously D. fearfully 50. A. praise B. reward C. smile D. hug 51. A. old B. fashionable C. beautiful D. strange 52. A. attractive B. easygoing C. handsome D. reliable 53. A. first B. last C. very D. only 54. A. surprise B. poverty C. need D. silence 55. A. disappointing B. cheating C. frightening D. boring 第三部分 阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） A COLUMBUS, Ohio (Ivanhoe Broadcast News) — There’re over 6 million auto accidents each year in the US. Last year, 3 million people were injured, and 43,000 killed. Now, police and scientists are teaming up to figure out where and when accidents may happen before they happen. Maxey, from the Ohio State Highway Patrol, knows the reality of speeding, drunk driving, and reckless driving. He’s had to tell family after family their loved one is never coming home. “That’s something you never get used to,” Maxey says. 150 people die every day in car crashes in the US. Now statisticians are teaming up to predict the next traffic accident hotspot. Dr Holloman and his colleagues at the Ohio State University created a predictive statistical computer model. It incorporates (合并) information about alcohol, speeding and time of day to find out when drivers are most at risk. They looked in those data for consistent (一致的) patterns. The computer model shows the roads with the most serious accidents in the entire state and in specific cities. The highest risk for alcohol-related crashes is Saturday and Sunday mornings around 2-3 am. In Ohio, the most speeding accidents happen during weekday rush hours. The model also shows surprising facts about holidays. Dr Holloman says, “There’s a really high risk of alcohol-related crashes early in the morning on the day before a long weekend.” So, if Labor Day is on a Monday, drivers are at the highest risk for a crash the Friday before the holiday. The model also shows the deadliest month to drive is July, and the least deadly is February. Knowing the information, police can position themselves in dangerous areas, at peak accident times in hopes of stopping accidents. 56. How many people suffered from the traffic accidents in the US last year in all? A. 6,000,000. B. 3,000,000. C. 3,043,000. D. 43,000. 57. Which isn’t the main cause of traffic accidents according to Maxey? A. Speeding. B. Refusing to obey the police. C. Drunk driving. D. Reckless driving. 58. What does “something” underlined in Paragraph Two refer to? A. That their loved one is never coming home. B. That you will never get used to driving a certain car. C. That Maxey knows the reality of speeding, drunk and reckless driving.
D. His telling family after family their loved one is never coming home. 59. Which of the following titles best summarizes the main idea of the passage? A. US Traffic Accident Hotspots. B. Too Many Traffic Accidents in the US. C. A New Traffic Computer Software. D. A Predictive Statistical Computer Model. B Sometimes travelers wander into cities by accident. But I came to Pamplona that first year to run the bulls. I drove for two days to see if the festival was as wild as James Michener made it sound in his chapter set in Pamplona during the Running of the Bulls in “The Drifters”. The Running of the Bulls lived up to every description and much more — more than I could even imagine. This town for eight or ten days in July became the center of the let-it-all-hang-out, free-love lifestyle of the 1960s and 1970s. Every day we lived life to its fullest. Rough red country wine with champagne (香槟酒) passed in bottles. Streets were packed shoulder to shoulder with nonstop dancers swaying behind bands. In bars, strangers found themselves best friends arm in arm. Every morning we faced death. We gathered in the narrow streets and waited to run in front of six half-ton fighting bulls and seven steers barreling up the stones at 8 o’clock on their way to the stadium and their fate. On my first morning in the streets, I didn’t even know what direction the bulls would come from. I quickly figured it out. Diving down to the sidewalk and only getting up when a Spaniard tapped me on the shoulder, I never felt so good for having been missed. Pamplona was a perfect balance of unvarnished (质朴的) life and possible death. Lifetimes were lived in hours. Inhibitions (压抑) fell to the wayside. Smiling was the only way of life. For my days there, this was life in another world. As a dark-haired Spanish girl said, Pamplona and Pamplona’s Running of the Bulls can’t be explained, they can only be experienced. 60. In the first paragraph, the writer intends to _______. A. lose himself in thought B. cause readers to think C. bring in the topic by comparison D. talk about the topic in details 61. How long does Pamplona’s Running of the Bulls usually last? A. For eight days. B. For two or three days. C. For ten days. D. For eight or ten days. 62. From the last paragraph, we can infer Pamplona is ____. A. simple B. unique C. dangerous D. perfect 63. The main purpose of the whole passage is to _____. A. help travelers make the most of their holiday B. try to attract more travelers to Pamplona C. introduce Pamplona’s Running of the Bulls D. invite travelers to join in running the bulls C Ｗａｓｐｓ： Ｍａｎ’ｓ Ｎｅｗ Ｂｅｓｔ Ｆｒｉｅｎｄ?芽 Wasps (黄蜂) aren’t man’s best friend — probably their worst. But when it comes to sniffing out trouble, scientists believe they may be better than dogs.
They ward off intruders, track down criminals, find bombs and detect toxic chemicals (毒性化学 药品), but dogs could soon be replaced by wasps. They have the same sensitive smell detection as dogs and are now being trained to sniff out trouble. “The advantage of a wasp over a dog is that you can produce them by the thousands. They are really inexpensive, and you can train them in a matter of minutes,” says Joe Lewis, Ph.D. a research entomologist (昆虫学者). He and biological and agricultural engineer Glen Rains, Ph.D. are doing just that. Wasps can smell chemicals in concentrations as tiny as a few parts per billion in the air. “So far, they’ve been able to detect any chemical we’ve trained them to,” says Rains. Training is simple and quick. The wasps are fed sugar water. At the same time they’re introduced to a smell for 10 seconds. The process is repeated two more times. Lewis says, “We can train a wasp within a matter of 10 to 15 minutes.” For example, a set of wasps are trained to detect the smell of coffee. When they are put into a simple container, a tiny web camera watches their actions. When the smell of orange is pumped into the pipe, nothing happens. But when it’s coffee, the wasps crowd around the smell. So far, Rains and Lewis haven’t found anything the wasps cannot be trained to detect. They can be trained to detect things from drugs to human remains to fungi on crops. They could one day even be able to detect deadly diseases like cancer. The trained wasps could be used in the public within the next five years. 64. What does the underlined word “sniffing” in Paragraph 1 mean? A. Hiding. B. Smelling. C. Taking. D. Looking. 65. What does the underlined sentence in Paragraph 3 really mean? A. Wasps have thousands of advantage, when compared with dogs. B. It is certain that there are many more wasps than dogs in the world. C. Wasps can be produced largely and this is their advantage over dogs. D. Every time you produce wasps, you can produce thousands of wasps. 66. From the text, we know usually it only takes ______ to train a wasp completely. A. less than 10 seconds B. more than 10 seconds C. more than 15 minutes D. no more than 15 minutes 67. Before wasps’re trained to detect any smell, they will have water with _____ in it. A. coffee B. orange C. sugar D. milk D Off Australia’s east coast, you will find the Blue Outback, the world’s biggest structure built by living creatures — the Great Barrier Reef. But it’s surrounded by climate change and warming waters that have twice bleached (漂白) its wonderfully colored corals white. “It really looked like Christmas, like someone had just come across and put snow over everything,” said Perry Jones, who saw the mass bleachings firsthand in 1998 and 2002. The Great Barrier Reef is designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It draws millions of visitors each year. But an increase in water temperature as little as 2 degrees for just four weeks can bleach the corals, killing the algae (海藻) that give them their breathtaking colors. Worse, if the reef died, thousands of species would die out with it. Since 1980, an estimated 20 percent of the world’s coral reefs have been destroyed, and the UN climate change team warns that many
wonderful fish and corals could be lost as soon as 2020 if the water continues to warm. But warmer waters aren’t the only challenge. For decades, the reef waters’ fish stocks have been used up by commercial fishing operations. And the rivers of northeastern Australia carry pollution that is swept into the reef during tropical storms. Already, the reef authority has observed mass kills of seabirds. As warmer waters drive food fish to cooler waters, the birds have to fly farther to find food. Many don’t make it back home, and many of those do find that their chicks have died of starvation. Higher water temperatures also affect turtle hatchlings — the higher the temperatures, the fewer males. And they threaten the habitat used by whales, for migration, calving and feeding. Marshall, the authority’s climate change manager, said there was still time to save the Great Barrier Reef. But not much. 68. From the first paragraph, we know ________. A. all the corals are white B. the corals are colorful C. the corals have no color D. the corals are all blue 69. In Paragraph 2, Perry Jones intends to tell us that ____. A. the corals are very beautiful B. Christmas is drawing near C. the pollution is too serious D. it often snows heavily there 70. Which of the following does the greatest damage to corals? A. Fishing. B. Warming waters. C. Too many visitors. D. Not mentioned. 71. Which of the following may eventually lead to fewer male turtles? A. Commercial fishing operations. B. The mass bleaching of the reefs. C. The death of too many corals. D. Higher water temperatures. E BERKELEY, Calif. — 5 grand, 15 grand, 50 grand — you get what you pay for in a car. But a sweet ride doesn’t guarantee a safe ride. “The primary problem is the driver,” says Jim Misener, a transportation safety researcher at University of California. What if cars could pick up signals that could save your life, know when to stop, know when there’s been an accident, and even know when it’s safe to turn? Sounds far out, but the new cars are closer than you may think. Making the driver more alert (警惕的) is what researchers at UC Berkeley are doing by using the latest WiFi technology. “Cars talking to one another, the environment or the roadside talking and listening to cars,” says Misener. The new cars are combining with smart roads. Transmitters (传导物) along the road beam up wireless signals to a receiver on the car. An alert flashes inside the car. Basically it measures the interaction (交互作用) between all road users at that particular crossroads. As a car approaches, the screen on a smart car’s dashboard flashes a red arrow when
it’s not safe to turn. A warning arrow also appears on a sign alongside the road. This same system is used to warn a driver when it’s not safe to enter a crossroads. Car companies are working to apply systems like this in their new cars. They also hope to be able to use these systems to notify drivers of contract or recall needs. “All we’re doing is informing or alerting or warning the driver. The driver is still responsible,” says Misener. But now, thanks to the research, drivers will have more help to get them where they’re going safely. 72. Which of the following takes responsibility for a safe ride according to this text? A. The car. B. The crossroads. C. The driver. D. The walkers. 73. From the third paragraph, we know that the new car is ______. A. large B. smart C. comfortable D. expensive 74. What does the underlined “guarantee” in the first paragraph mean? A. Prevent. B. Allow. C. Promise. D. Ensure. 75. On the whole, we can say the passage above is _____. A. science fiction B. a road introduction C. a piece of news D. a short interview D. success and achievements aren’t equal to happiness 第二卷（共 35 分） 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） American and Britain people both speak English, but sometimes 76. that they speak does not seem like the same language. In fact, there are 77. some important differences in American English and British English. 78. First, they sound very differently and some letters have different sounds. 79. Second, two languages have different words for the same things. Third, 80. there are differences between them in spelling. Fourth, many expressions 81. are also different in the two countries. In England, if you were going to 82. telephone friends, you “ring them up”, when in America, you “give them a call”. 83. Beside, there are also some differences in grammar. These differences can be 84. confused. But there is a reason for the differences — language changes over time. 85. 第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分） 某研究机构针对青少年上网的情况进行了调查， 结果如下。 请根据图表 1 提供的信息描述青 少年上网所从事的主要活动及所占时间比例， 并针对图表 2 中的数据所反映的情况发表个人 见解。词数大约 120。 参考词汇：图表 chart 青少年上网活动及所用时间
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高三年级单元测试题（复习高一Ｕｎｉｔｓ １－４）听力原文、参考答案及重点解析 听力原文 Ｔｅｘｔ １ Ｍ： Yes, madam. Can I help you? Ｗ： I’d like to ask about flights from Beijing to New York, please. I plan to fly on the 23rd of April. Ｍ：That’ Wednesday. But there is no flight on that day. s We have flights only on Tuesday and Thursday. Ｗ： Er, then I will go one day earlier.
Ｔｅｘｔ ２ Ｗ： Hi, Ben. How are you doing? Ｍ： Great! Annie. I am just going for a walk. You are doing ... Ｗ： Yes, doing shopping. I will see my son off to Liverpool tomorrow. Look, some food for him. Ｔｅｘｔ ３ Ｗ： Dave, we plan to have a picnic this weekend. I’d like to make it this evening. Ｍ： I am really tired out usually on Friday, so let’s have it on Saturday. Ｗ： No, I have to go to my class for reunion tomorrow. We can only have it the day after tomorrow. Ｍ： Uh, OK. It’s settled. Ｔｅｘｔ ４ Ｍ： I was told you went to Kunming and Lijiang. How far away is Lijiang from Kunming? Ｗ： Oh, six hundred kilometers away. Ｍ： How many people live in Lijiang? Ｗ： More than one million. Ｔｅｘｔ ５ Ｗ： Hi, Dave. Long time no see. Ｍ： Hi, Maria. How have you been? Ｗ： Oh, I relax these days. And you? Ｍ： School has been really terrible these days. Ｔｅｘｔ ６ Ｗ： Hello. Can I help you? Ｍ： Is that the Sales Department? Ｗ： Yes, it is. Ｍ： May I speak to Ms Justin? Ｗ： No, I’m sorry. She’s at an interview right now. Ｍ： I’ve something important to tell her. It’ about one of of your company’ new products. Ｗ： I can ask her to call s s you back after the interview or I’ll try to get a message to her in the meeting room. Which would you prefer?Ｍ： Tell her to call me back then. My name is David Green, and the telephone number is 81359977. She can reach me after 3 o’clock. Ｔｅｘｔ ７ Ｗ：Good morning. Can I help you? Ｍ：I’ like to speak to Mr Lee. Ｗ：Oh, he’ at a meeting d s right now and won’t come back until 11. Ｍ： It’s all right. I don’t need to speak to him personally. But he called me earlier about his order. My secretary took the message because I was in a meeting. There have been problems with this order, but he’ll be pleased to know that it has arrived. It will be delivered tomorrow as we have to check it first. Could you tell him all this when he comes back, please? Ｗ： No problem. But could I have your name and phone number, please? Ｍ： Mr Clark of Owen Ltd. My phone number is 86862275. Ｗ： Mr Clark from Owen Ltd. Is that correct? Ｍ： Yes. Ｗ： I’ve got it. Thank you. Ｔｅｘｔ ８ Ｍ： I’d like to mail this package to Hong Kong. How much is first-class and how long does it take? Ｗ： It’ a light package. First-class would cost $8.20. I guess it will take about eight to ten s days. Ｍ： And parcel post?Ｗ： Sending it parcel post would be cheaper, but it wouldn’t arrive until after about a month. The rate for parcel post is $4.90. Ｍ： Oh, I want it to arrive earlier. I’ ll mail it first-class. Also, I’d like to insure it for $30.00. Ｗ： What’s in the package? I need to know in order to complete the form. Ｍ：A pair of glass earrings. I packed them well, so I’ sure m they won’t break, but I want to insure them just in case. Are there any other forms I need to fill out? Ｗ： Yes, one more. It’s a customs declaration on which you declare what item or items are in the package and their value. Ｍ： (He fills out the form.) Here it is. Ｗ： Incidentally, you forgot to put a return address on this package. Ｍ： OK. I’ do it right now. I also want to buy ten ll 60-cent stamps. Ｗ： Let’ see. The parcel, the insurance, and the stamps. Your total bill is $18.20. s Ｍ： Thank you. Have a nice day.
Ｔｅｘｔ ９ Ｗ： My, what a charming restaurant! It has such an old-country air. Ｍ： Yes, it’ one of the best s Italian restaurants. The decorative furnishing is pleasant, the music good, and the food delicious. Ｗ： Is that the owner’s wife over there? She’s dressed in the very latest European fashion. Ｍ： She is the owner. She and her family come to Italy every year to keep in touch with the trends in fashion and food, but she doesn’t actually change the food here very much. Constant changes would be upsetting to the customers. Besides, the customers expect certain characteristics in an Italian restaurant, and she can’t change those, or the restaurant would lose some of its appeal to the customers. Ｗ： Like the black and white tablecloths, you mean? Ｍ： Exactly. And the music. But, however conservative she is in the restaurant, she always wears the latest style in clothing. The latest dignified style, of course. Ｗ： Yes. Well, what should we order? Ｍ： I’d suggest an appetizer, and then I’m having either seafood or chicken, since I had red meat last night. Ｗ： I think I’d like to try this fish dish. Ｍ： Good. Shall we order wine? Ｗ： Yes, let’s have some white wine. Ｔｅｘｔ １０ Sam drove back on the highway to get to the exit! He looked at the sign and then looked at me. It was after this exchange that I realized Sam could not read. He could not read in Arabic or French. He could not read at all. From that time I directed him the rest of the way. Every time I saw a sign, I would tell him which way to go. He was tired, and whenever he slept for a second, the car left the center line. I was scared for my life. A lot of cars honked at us and some almost hit us. When we got to the airport, we were an hour late. I kept repeating, “Turn right. Turn right!” But he wanted to go left because he saw a sign that he thought indicated a passenger drop-off area. I was so scared of being left in Morocco that I opened the car door and started to jump out. He got the hint and turned right. In the end, my flight was late, so everything worked out fine. Now whenever I go abroad, I’m a wiser, more experienced traveler. I always expect the unexpected — especially during a long ride. 参考答案 1-5 ABCAB 6-10 BCABA 11-15 CBABA 16-20 ABACB 听力填空题 (One possible version) 17. not read 18. slept 19. being left 20. worked out 21-25 BADDD 26-30 DBABC 31-35 ACDBD 36-40 ADCDB 41-45 CCDAA 46-50 CBABC 51-55 DABCB 56-60 CBDAC 61-65 DBCBC 66-70 DCBCB71-75 DCBDC 短文改错 (One possible version) 76. Britain → British 77. that → what 78. in → between 79. differently → different 80. two 前加 the 81. √ 82. were → are 83. when → while 84. Beside → Besides 85. confused → confusing 书面表达(One possible version) As is shown in Chart 1, teens go to surf the net mostly to learn about news, which takes about 50%
of their time. They spend almost the same amount of time, that is about 15%, in meeting their own interests and making friends on the Internet. While nearly 11% of their time is spent improving their learning efficiency, less than 10% of their time goes into making a research into some interesting problems. Chart 2 shows that 57% of the time is used on Chinese websites, while teens spend 19% on foreign websites in Chinese and foreign websites take up 24% of their time. In my opinion, the teens should devote more time to learning through the Web. 重点解析 ２３． Ｄ。本题后半句是 which 引导的非限制性定语从句，which 代指整个主句，在从句 中作 promised 的宾语。２７． Ｂ。前面提到有点担心，后面又说其它公司正在加速发展， 所以说话人认为他们 “正在失去” 信息技术领域的主导地位。 此处是用进行时表示尚未完成。 ３２． Ｃ。must have done 表示对过去的情况的推测，所以用 did 表示过去的实际情况。３ ６． Ａ。结合前面的等红灯变绿和第三段的 I had left at the crossroads，可知作者在一个交 通的十字路口处。 ４２． Ｃ。rush 一词反映了作者的动作迅速，符合当时作者急切想帮助 老人的语境。５２． Ａ。作者穿的是奇装异服，这使得他不那么吸引人，主要是人们对他 的看法不好。 不定式作结果状语。 ５８． Ｄ。 “He’ had to tell family after family their loved 由 s one is never coming home.”知： “他不得不反复告诉一个个的家庭他们深爱的人将永远不能 回来了。 ”可见，这是令他痛苦，令他难以适应的事情。６２． Ｂ。 选项 A、C、D 都仅 仅说了一方面，正是由于这三方面结合起来，形成了这个 “独一无二的 (unique)”城市。 ６５． Ｃ。文章中提到，可以大量繁殖黄蜂，成本很低，而且训练时间短。７０． Ｂ。第 一段提到气候变化和水体变暖，可见两者影响最大，而选项中并无前者；从第四段知，过度 捕捞也是因素之一，但却不是最主要因素；文中未提到游客过多这一因素。７５． Ｃ。本 文为一则来自伯克利，加利福尼亚州的消息，这从文章开头可看出；由倒数第二段知一些公 司正在试用这些设备， 故这并非科幻； 这篇主要介绍的是车而非路； 文中虽然引用了几段话， 但却不是采访。