广西大学附属中学 2013 届高三第四次月考英语试 题
本试卷分第Ⅰ卷（选择题）和第Ⅱ卷（非选择题）两部分。第Ⅰ卷 1 至 12 页。 第Ⅱ卷 13 至 14 页。考试结束，将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。 第Ⅰ卷 注意事项： 答题前， 考生在答题卡上务必用黑色签字笔将自己的姓名、 准考证号填写清楚， 并贴好条形码。请认真核准条形码上的准考证号、姓名和科目。 每小题选出答案后
，用 2B 铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑，如需改 动，用橡皮擦干净后，再选涂其他答案标号，在试题卷上作答无效。 第一部分 听力(共两节，满分 30 分) 做题时，先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间将试卷 上答案转涂到答题卡上。 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 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。 例：How much is the shirt? A.? 19.15. B.? 9.15. C.? 9.18. 答案是 B。 1.How much will the man pay for the tickets? A.? 7.5. B.? 15. C.? 50. 2.Which is the right gate for the man?s flight? A. Gate 16. B .Gate 22. C. Gate 25. 3.How does the man feel about going to school by bike? A .Happy. B. Tired. C. Worried. 4.When can the woman get the computers? A. On Tuesday. B. On Wednesday. C .On Thursday. 5.What does the woman think of the shirt for the party? A. The size is not large enough. B. The material is not good. C. The color is not suitable. 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。每段对话后有几个小题，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 对话读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 题。 6. What can we learn about Mr.Brown? A .He is in his office.
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B. He is at a meeting. C. He is out for a meal. 7. What will the man probably do next? A .Call back. B. Come again. C. Leave a message. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。 8. What kind of room does the man want to take? A .A single room. B .A double room. C. A room for three. 9. What does the man need to put in the from? A. Telephone and student card numbers. B. Student card number and address. C .Address and telephone number. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. What is the relationship between the speakers? A. Fellow clerks. B. Boss and secretary. C. Customer and salesperson. 11 .What does the man like about his job? A. Living close to the office. B. Chances to go abroad. C. Nice people to work with. 12. What do we know about the woman? A .She likes traveling. B. She is new to the company. C. She works in public relations. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13.When will the visitors come? A. In March. B. In April. 14.How many visitors are coming? A.8. B.10. 15.What will the visitors do on the second day? A. Go to party. B. Visit schools. 16.Where will the visitors go on the final day? A. To London. B. To Scotland.
C. In May. C.12. C. Attend a lecture. C. To the coast.
听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17.What is the first word the baby tried to say? A. Truck. B.OK. C. Duck. 18.How old was the baby when he learned to say that word correctly?
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A. About 18 months B. About 21 months C. About 24 months 19.What did the father do when the baby screamed that word at the airport? A. He corrected the baby. B. He tried to stop the baby. C. He did himself somewhere. 20.Why did the mother pretend not to know the baby? A .She got angry with the father. B .She was frightened by the noise. C .She felt uneasy about the noisy baby. 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．—I?m not good at playing chess，you know. —________ We?re playing for fun. Just try and you?ll see you can do it. A．Why not？ B．All right. C．Don?t worry. D．Well done! 22．I don?t think the experiment is ________failure. At least we have gained ______ experience for future success. A．/；the B．a；the C．/；/ D．a；/ 23． Jane enjoys a peaceful family life while her husband loves a more ________and challenging life. A．normal B．adventurous C．cautious D．reasonable 24．Some equipment as well as a number of maps and books ________ to the area since the earthquake occurred. A．has been offered B．have offered C．are offered D．is being offered 25．AIDS breaks down one?s immune system which________ the body from being attacked by diseases. A．holds B．protects C．predicts D．presents 26．Nobody can achieve anything of real significance ________ he works very hard. A．if B．as C．before D．unless 27．—________ and I?ll get your cellphone repaired. —Just take your time. I can use the old one these days. A．One more hour B．Given one more hour C．Have one more hour D．If I am given one more hour 28．________ your steps when skating on the lake—the ice might not be thick enough to bear your weight. A．Look for B．Watch out C．Watch for D．Watch out for 29． ________ many girls of her age， 16yearold daughter is a crazy fan of David my Beckham. A．As for B．As though C．As with D．As to 30．As soon as the gate was opened，the people around me rushed into the supermarket and I got ________from my mother.
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A．separated B．divided C．missed D．lost 31．The new film is popular with both children and adults，and tickets must be booked________. A．in advance B．in return C．in turn D．in case 32．—How long ________ in Shanghai? —I?ll be there for just the weekend. I?ve to be back for an important meeting to be held next Monday. A．have you stayed B．are you staying C．did you stay D．do you stay 33．—I?m sure that I reminded you of the appointment with Mr Bill. —________，but something else spoiled my plan. A．So did you B．So you did C．You did so D ． So you do 34．—I wonder why Sara looks worried today. —I?m not sure，but she ________a small accident driving here. A．could have B．might have C．might have had D．must have had 35．This is not the right ________ to ask for my help；I am far too busy even to listen. A．moment B．situation C．condition D．position 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分) Across the street from our home was a school and I would often watch the kids as they played basketball during the break .I often noticed a small__36__playing with boys .I watched in__37__as she ran circles around the other kids.She__38__to shoot jump shots just over their heads and into the net. The boys always tried to stop her but no one could .At other times I saw her playing alone，sometimes until__39__. One day I asked her why she__40__so much. She looked__41__in my eyes and without a moment of hesitation (犹豫) she said，“The only way I can go to__42__is to get a scholarship (奖学金)．I believe that I would get it if I were good enough at__43__.My dad told me if the dream is big enough， facts don?t__44__.” Then with the a determined smile she ran towards the court .I watched her__45__those junior high years and into high school. Every week，she led her team to victory. One day in her senior year，I saw her sitting in the grass，head__46__in her arms. The coach (教练) told her that at 5 feet 5 inches she would__47__never get to play for a top ranked team—much less offered a scholarship—so she should__48__dreaming about college .I asked her if she had talked to her dad about it yet.She__49__her head from her hands and told me that her father said those coaches just did not understand the__50__of a dream. He told her that if she truly wanted a scholarship，__51__could stop her except one thing—her own attitude. The next year ， __52__she and her team went to the Northern California Championship game，she was seen by a college coach. She was indeed__53__a scholarship ， a full one. She was going to get the college education that she had__54__and worked toward for all those years.It?s__55__：If the dream is big
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enough，the facts don?t count. 36．A .boy B．girl C．student D．teacher 37．A. doubt B．shock C．wonder D．delight 38．A. managed B．tried C．failed D．attempted 39．A. morning B．noon C．dark D．dawn 40．A .practised B．suffered C．performed D．drilled 41．A .slowly .. B．quickly C．quietly D．directly 42．A .work B．court C．college D．school 43．A. football B．basketball C．my lessons D．the exams 44．A. damage B．delay C．count D．fail 45．A .past B．over C．beyond D．through 46．A. buried B．placed C．hidden D．dropped 47．A. firmly B．sadly C．nearly D．probably 48．A .stop B．begin C．continue D．start 49．A .lowered B．lifted C．turned D．moved 50．A. effect B．power C．aim D．advantage 51．A .something B．anything C．nobody D．nothing 52．A .after B．before C．as D．once 53．A. brought B．handed C．sent D．offered 54．A .thought of B．dreamed of C．asked for D．referred to 55．A .true B．possible C．proper D．perfect 第三部分：阅读理解(共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分) A Both my parents came from towns in Mexico. Then I was born in El Paso，Texas， and when I was four，my family moved to a housing project in East Los Angeles. Even though we struggled to make ends meet，my parents stressed to me and my four brothers and sisters how fortunate we were to live in a great country with limitless opportunities. They influenced us with the concepts of family，faith and nationalism. I got my first real job when I was ten. My dad injured his back working in a cardboard box factory and was retrained as a hairstylist .He rented space in a little shopping mall and gave his shop the fancy name of Mr Ben?s Coiffure. The owner of the shopping center gave Dad a discount on his rent for cleaning the parking lot three nights a week，which meant getting up at 3 a．m.. To pick up rubbish， Dad used a little machine that looked like a lawn mower. Mom and I emptied garbage cans and picked up litter by hand. It took two to three hours to clean the lot .I?d sleep in the car on the way home. I did this for two years，but the lessons I learned have lasted a lifetime. I acquired discipline and a strong work ethic (道德)，and learned at an early age the importance of balancing life?s competing interests—in my case，school，homework and a job .This really helped during my senior year of a high school，when I worked 40 hours a week flipping burgers at a fast food joint while taking a full load of college preparation courses. The hard work paid off. I attended the US Military Academy and went on to
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receive graduate degrees in law and business from Harvard .Later，I joined a big Los Angeles law firm and was elected to the California State Assembly (州议会)．In these jobs and in everything else I?ve done，I have never forgotten those nights in the parking lot. The experience taught me that there is dignity in all work and that if people are working to provide for themselves and their families that is something we should honor. 56．Before my father got injured，we________. A．didn?t like living in the USA B．lived a poor but happy life C．were lucky to move to the USA D．had many ways to make money 57．When he recovered，to make a living my father________. A．ran a small shopping mall B．did a part-time job C．worked as a barber D．became a street cleaner 58．Working in the parking lot for two years had taught me________. A．how to obey school discipline B．how to do two things well at a time C．that discipline and work were of equal value D．that I must do as many things as possible at a time 59．The author tells us in the last paragraph that we should be proud of those who________. A．have done all kinds of jobs B．are cleaning the parking lot C．have achieved a lot in their lives D．are bearing their responsibilities B I am trying to muster (鼓起) the courage to toss_ away my mobile phone to enjoy a more peaceful and ring free life. Can you imagine not having your mobile phone？In our high-tech，in a hurry age， a cell free life is a hard concept to swallow .Our mobile phones can now access the Internet，and many people feel the need to express their every thought on their blog pages. If I gave up my cellphone，people would think I was mad. I wish I had the strength to toss away my technology. I have an office phone，a home phone， email and if people want to contact me， an they can. If I?m out， people can leave a message .Do they really need to find me？However，I?m a bit like Frodo in the movie Lord of the Rings .The power of the ring is too strong and I can?t let it go. Mobile phones have become necessary tools in our busy life. For most people， they hold all contacts and many of us don?t write up address books any more. The latest phones carry our music，pictures，movies and everything else. We feel lost without this device and when we do misplace it，we feel cut off from our fellow. “Where have you been？” said a friend，who saw me a week after I lost my cellphone， tried calling you， you disappeared .You disappeared off the face of the “I but Earth.” See，when you don?t have a mobile phone，you don?t exist.
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I?m not really going to toss my mobile phone away，in fact. We humans are such social animals and mobile phones serve us well .So in 2011.，I?ve decided not to serve my mobile phone. Like all machines，I can always turn it off. 60．What does the underlined phrase “toss away” mean? A．give away B．get away C．break away D．throw away 61．The writer mentions Frodo to________. A．show it is difficult to get rid of the mobile phone B．show how much he likes Frodo C．suggest a cellfree life is what he wants D．introduce a film character to us 62．What do we know about mobile phones in the 4th paragraph? A．Mobile phones can do anything for us. B．Mobile phones have become very important in our life. C．We could not live without mobile phones. D．We would be cut off by our fellow without mobile phones. 63．What can be inferred from the last paragraph? A．The writer is not really going to toss his mobile phone away. B．When you don?t have a mobile phone，you don?t exist. C．The writer decides not to serve his mobile phone. D．We humans can control ourselves and machines. C An Australian researcher is urging parents to load up their teenager?s backpack and make them walk to school. Professor Leon Straker says students who walk or cycle to school are less likely to have back and neck pain. But the study of 1,202 Western Australian 14yearold found that 72% of students travelled to school by car or bus. Straker says the study suggests walking or cycling while carrying a schoolbag helps improve trunk (躯干) and spinal (脊柱的) muscle strength. This helps reduce back pain because greater muscle strength improves support for the back during load carrying .Despite advocating that parents get their children moving，Straker warns bag load should not exceed (超过) 15% of body weight. Straker says the study also stresses that neck pain is as common as back pain among young teenagers. This is an area that has been largely ignored，he says，but can be an important indicator of neck pain into adulthood. For the study，students were asked a series of questions such as how long they carried their bags for， how they carried their schoolbags， method of travel， their the and perceptions about the bag?s weight. Straker says about half of all participants experienced back and neck pain，with slightly more females reporting neck pain. However，the gender (性别) difference may also be due to the fact that females have lower pain tolerance. Studies from the 1980s found carrying a bag over one shoulder was most common
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among teenagers. However in this study 85% of participants carried their bag over both shoulders. Straker believes the change has been driven partly through education campaigns， but also by increasing fashion status of backpacks and improved design. 64．In the opinion of Leon Straker，parents should________. A．reduce the load of their children?s schoolbags B．put more books in their children?s schoolbags C．get their children?s schoolbags ready for school D．ask their children to walk to school carrying schoolbags 65 ． If a child weighs 40 kilograms ， the weight of his schoolbag should be________. A．no more than 15 kg B．less than 6 kg C．as heavy as 9 kg D．more than 6 kg 66．We can learn from the passage that________. A．most of the students in Australia walk to school B．neck pain is uncommon among young teenagers C．walking while carrying a backpack helps reduce back pain D．males are more likely to experience back pain than females 67．According to the passage，what change has taken place since the 1980s? A．How students carry their schoolbags. B．How heavy students?schoolbags are. C．How students go to school every day. D．How long students carry their schoolbags for. D “When one of the doctors criticizes (批评) me，I get defensive .I feel like a child again， being scolded，and I want to explain that I?m not wrong，” says Viola，a nurse. This is a common reaction to criticism，but not a good one. There are better ways of dealing with criticism. Try to be objective (客观的)．When Sol was criticized by his new employer for not having made a sale，Sol?s reaction was to feel sorry for himself.“I had put everything I had into making that sale，” Sol says.“And I felt that I had failed as a person. I had to learn through experience not to react like that to each failure.” Take time to cool down. Rather than react at once to criticism，take some time to think over what was said. Your first question should be whether the criticism is fair from the other person?s position. The problem may be a simple misunderstanding of what you did or your reasons for doing it. Take positive action. After you cool down，consider what you can do about the situation. The best answer may be “nothing”． finally realized that my boss was having “I personal problems and taking them out on me because I was there，” says Sheila.“His criticisms didn?t really have anything to do with my work，so nothing I said or did was going to change them.” In Sheila?s case， best way to deal with it was to leave her job. the However，that?s an extreme reaction.
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You may simply explain your opinion without expecting an in-depth discussion. You may even decide that the battle isn?t worth fighting this time. The key， any case， in is to have a reasonable plan. 68．When Sol was criticized by his employer，he________. A．argued bitterly with his employer B．was angry and gave up his job C．was sorry for what he did D．was sad and self- pitying 69．According to the writer，you should take time to think about criticism because________. A．people may have a mistaken idea of what you did B．you should welcome other people?s opinions C．people may discuss it with you in depth D．you need time to understand yourself 70．When the writer says that “The best answer may be ?nothing?”，he means you may decide________. A．to take no notice of the criticism B．to argue with your boss C．you need to change your job D．you?ve done nothing wrong 71 ． The writer thinks Sheila might decide to leave her job because her boss________. A．didn?t like her appearance B．refused to change his opinion C．made an unreasonable criticism D．refused to talk to her about the criticism E Bring the Family? Port Regis is well situated for exploring the beautiful South and West of England and Wales. The school has excellent hotels and guest houses nearby for parents who are dropping off or collecting their children from the school. Please note： All students attending English Country Schools must live in the appointed place. We do not recommend that parents live locally while their children are at school .Experience suggests that this often upsets the child and disturbs progress. Howard’s House Country Hotel & Restaurant About 15 minutes from Port Regis School，Howard?s House is set in large gardens hidden in the quietness of the lovely Nadder Valley. Plumber Manor Plumber Manor is a comfortable manor house built of local stones，situated about 20 minutes from Port Regis School. The 17th century house is surrounded by lawns and is set in quiet Dorset countryside. The stream runs through the grounds. Woodville Farm Bed & Self-catering
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Woodville Farm is a family run farm set in the Dorset countryside about 5 minutes from Port Regis School .Bed and breakfast accommodation： double bedroom & one one twin bedroom both with bathrooms，tea & coffee making facilities，color television & hairdryer. There is also a selfcatering 2bedroom bungalow (平房) nearby. Stock Hill Country House Hotel & Restaurant Stock Hill Country House Hotel & Restaurant is a late Victorian building set in eleven acres of mature， beautifully planned grounds on the borders of Dorset， Somerset and Wiltshire. About 10 minutes from Port Regis School. 72．The passage is mainly written for ________. A．students B．general readers C．parents D．overseas travelers 73． Parents are advised not to live locally when children are having classes because ________. A．children are not too excited to be with their parents B．parents stay with their children for too long C．their visit makes children uneasy about themselves D．their stay there affects children?s studies 74．If you prefer to live in a stone house，which hotel would you choose? A．Plumber Manor. B．Woodville Farm Bed & Selfcatering. C．Howard?s House Country Hotel & Restaurant. D．Stock Hill Country House Hotel & Restaurant. 75．Woodville Farm is different from other hotels in that ________. A．it is hidden in a large garden B．guests can cook their own food C．it dates back to Victorian times D．it has a very beautiful country scenery 第二卷 四、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） 以下标有题号的每一行均有一个错误，请找出，并按下列情况改正： 此行多一个词：把多余的词 注意：请在答题卡上作答。 Last summer I go to America and studied at a language 76.________ school. I had many wonderful experience, but I also 77.________ had a sad one. One day, the school held party, where 78._________ I invited to talk about Tianjin. After that they asked me a lot of 79.__________ things about China. But I couldn?t explain them with English 80._________
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clearly. I felt sadly. I learnt a lesson from this experience. I 81._________ have already studied English for eight years, I can?t use it 82._________ very good. I must work hard to improve my spoken English 83._________ so that I will not be able to communicate freely with foreigners. 84._________ I hope I can be a bridge between China and others countries 85._________ in the future. 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 假如你是张林，担任某校学生英文报纸 English Corner 的编辑。该报打算开办 “校园生活”版。 请你用英文为此写一则征稿启事。 该版的主要栏目与相关内容要求 如下： 开设栏目 内容 说说你我 Say You and Say 校园内新闻趣事 Me 对不当之事提出意 怎么了 What?s Wrong 见 透视 Insight 简评时事， 发表看法 关注 Focus 介绍学校重大活动 注意：欢迎来稿附相关照片；所有稿件内容均要求与学校有关；必须是自己 的 作 品 ； 稿 件 可 投 入 学 校 大 门 口 的 信 箱 或 发 电 子 邮 件 到 ： English corner email@example.com。 要求：1.词数 100 左右； 2．开头已为你写好(不计入你所写的词数)； 3．参考词汇：征稿启事 invitation to contribute。
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1-5 BCAAC 6-10 CAACA 11-15 BBABB 16-20 CABBC
由空格后的句子可知，说话人是在给对方打气，所以 C 项正确。
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22．D a failure 常用来表示“一个失败的人或一件失败的事”，这里指“一次失 败的实验”；experience 作“经验”解时是不可数名词，前面通常不用冠词。 23．B 句意为：Jane 喜欢过宁静的家庭生活，而她丈夫喜欢更“冒险刺激 (adventurous)”、更富有挑战性的生活。 24．A 句子的主语为 some equipment，为不可数名词，谓语动词用单数；而 且根据时间状语从句可判断，本空时态为现在完成时，主语与动词 offer 之间为被 动关系，因此 A 项正确。 25．B 句意为：免疫系统保护我们免遭疾病侵袭。protect sb.from...保护某 人不受……危害，符合题意。 26．D 句意为：一个人要是不努力，他就将一事无成。unless 除非，如果不， 引导条件状语从句。 27．A 句型“祈使句＋and＋陈述句”中的祈使句表示条件。本题中 One more hour 相当于 Give me one more hour，全句可改为：If you give me one more hour，I?ll get your cellphone repaired。 28．D 句意为：在湖上滑冰时小心脚底下。watch out for...＝look out for...， 意思是“小心……、提防……”，符合题意。 29．C as with 表示“正如……、像……那样”，符合题意。as for 和 as to 意思 是“至于、关于”；as though 意思是“好像、仿佛”。 30．A get separated 分散，分离，分开，其它选项语意不对。 31．A 句意为：大人小孩都喜欢这部新电影，票必须提前订。in advance 提 前。in return 作为回报；in turn 轮流；in case 万一。 32．B 根据下文的回答可知此处是问“你将在上海呆多久”。此处用进行时表 示将来。 33．B 考查 so 引导的句式结构用法。句意为：——我确信我提醒过你与比 尔先生约会的事。——你确实提醒过我，但是其他的事情把我的计划毁掉了。so 放在句首，而句子的主语和谓语用正常语序，表示说话人同意对方所说的事实， 或对上面的情况加以肯定。 34．C 考查情态动词的用法。由答语“I?m not sure”可知应用 might have had 表示不肯定的推测。 35．A 考查名词辨析。句意为：这不是找我帮忙的时候，我忙得甚至都没有 时间去听。 moment 时机， 时刻； situation 形势， 情况； condition 条件， 状态； position 地位，状态，境况，形势。
36．B 根据下文提到的人称代词 she 可判断这里指的是一个“女孩”。作者当时注意到 的应该是这些孩子打球时的场面，而不是打球人的身份，因此 C 项不恰当。 37．C 结合本句后半句中的内容以及下一句中的内容可知作者对她的出色表现“惊奇不 已”。B 项多用来表示对不好的消息感到震惊，所以不合适。 38．A manage to do sth.表示“设法做成某事”。 39．C 下文提到她苦练篮球的目的是获得奖学金，由此可知她为了实现自己的梦想不懈 地奋斗，有时独自练习到“天黑”。 40． 作者询问她为什么如此刻苦“练习”。 项表示“遭受苦难”； 项表示“表演”； A B C D 项通常指军队等的操练。 41．D 她“直视”着作者的眼睛，毫不犹豫地回答了作者提出的问题。 42．C 最后一段提到一位大学教练看到了她的优异表现，她最终获得了全额奖学金，由
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此可推测她上大学的唯一途径是获得奖学金。 43．B 上文提到她一直苦练篮球技术，由此可推断她是想通过“打篮球”进入大学的殿 堂。 44．C 此处 count 表示“很重要”。意思是只要志向远大，事实不重要。 45．D 作者目睹她上完了初中并转入到高中学习的全过程，所以用 through。 46．A 根据下一句教练所说的话可知她当时极度痛苦，将头“埋”在双臂中。B 项表示 “放置”；C 项表示“掩藏”；D 项表示“落下”，语意都不恰当。 47．D 教练认为她个头不高，“也许”永远无法入选到顶尖球队，更不要说获得奖学金 了。 48．A 教练觉得她的身高条件不够，她应该“放弃”上大学的梦想。 49．B 上文提到她当时将头埋在双臂中，所以此时应该是将头“抬起”。 50．B 她的父亲说那些教练根本不理解梦想的“力量”。effect 表示“影响”。 51．D 她的父亲告诉她如果她真想获得奖学金，除了她自己的态度之外，“没有什么” 可以阻止她。 52． 此处叙述的是她和自己的球队在比赛期间发生的事情， C 所以用 as“当??时候”。 53．D 她确实被“提供”了奖学金，而且是全额奖学金。 54．B 她终于进入了自己“梦寐以求”而且多年来一直为之苦苦奋斗的大学。 55．A 作者通过她的成功历程感悟到了冒号后面的内容是真的
【语篇解读】 一名澳大利亚的研究人员鼓励父母让孩子们背上双肩包步行上学。 64．D 细节判断题。根据第一段的 researcher is urging parents to load up their teenager?s backpack and make them walk to school 可知， 研究人员希望父母们让孩子 们背着书包步行去上学。
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65．B 细节判断题。根据第三段的 Straker warns bag load should not exceed 15% of body weight 可知答案。 66．C 细节判断题。由第二段最后一句以及第三段首句可知，背书包步行上 学可以缓解背痛的问题。 67． 细节理解题。 A 由倒数第二段可知， 以前单肩背书包在青少年中很流行， 但是，这次的研究表明现在越来越多的学生用双肩背书包。最后一段解释了这种 变化的原因，一方面是由于教育，另外，双肩包日趋流行以及式样上的改观也促 成了这种变化。 【语篇解读】 面对别人的批评和指责我们应该如何做出反应？是找对方理 论呢？还是反思自己是否存在过失？还是置之不理呢？对于不同的情况我们都要 保持冷静，不要走极端。 68．C 细节理解题。根据第二段的第二句“Sol?s reaction was to feel sorry for himself”可判断答案为 C。 69．A 细节理解题。根据第三段的最后两句可知，在被批评后应先花点时间 冷静地思考(这些)批评，分析该批评是否公平，有时批评者可能会误解我们的所作 所为和做这件事的理由，A 项的陈述符合此意。 70． 推理判断题。 A 根据第四段的内容可知， 我们要用积极的态度面对批评， 冷静地思考我们该怎么处理目前的局面， 最好的办法可能是“无为而治”。 因为下面 的例子说明 Sheila 根本没有过错，老板只是拿她发了一通脾气而已，所以，这时 受批评者根本没有必要反思自己的过失或者采取其他的做法，那么只能对批评“置 之不理”了。 71． 推理判断题。 C 结合上题的解析以及第四段的最后两句“In Sheila?s case， the best way to deal with it was to leave her job.However，that?s an extreme reaction.” 可知，作者认为 Sheila 应该辞职，因为她的老板无缘无故地对她发脾气，不过这 是一种极端的做法。 【语篇解读】 这是一则食宿广告，为学生家长们介绍了在 Port Regis School 附近提供食宿的四个地方。 72．C 主旨大意题。根据第二段可判断文章主要为到 Port Regis School 接送 孩子的家长提供学校周围的住宿信息。 73．D 推理判断题。“Please note：”部分的第二段表明：在孩子学习期间， 家长住在学校所在地会妨碍孩子的学习和进步。 74．A 细节理解题。从 Plumber Manor 部分的内容可知，这是一座用石头建 筑的旅馆。 75． 推理判断题。 B 浏览四个旅馆的主要情况， 我们可发现只有在 Woodville Farm Bed & Selfcatering 旅馆住宿的客人才可以自己下厨做饭。
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