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绝密★启用前 吉林一中 2013--2014 学年度上学期高二期末考试 英语*测试试卷 考试范围:xxx;考试时间:100 分钟;命题人:xxx 题号 得分 注意事项: 1.答题前填写好自己的姓名、班级、考号等信息 2.请将答案正确填写在答题卡上 一 二 三 四 五 总分

第 I 卷(选择题) 请修改第 I 卷的文字说明 评卷人 得分 一、补全短文

1. The Most Direct Solution to Any Problem When trying to solve various problems in life, an approach I find very useful is to first identify what I’d consider the most direct solution, regardless of how I feel about actually implementing (实施) it. What is the clearest, most direct path to my goal or the most efficient way to get around an obstacle? Many problems will have multiple direct solutions, but often these solutions will be unpleasant at first glance because they’ll require courage, self-discipline, creativity, or persistence to implement. 1 For example, suppose you want to lose weight. And suppose we can say that one of direct solutions is to eat the same as you’re eating now and increase your exercise output by 500 calories a day. 2 It may require discipline and persistence, but most people would agree that it will work if you follow through. Another example: 3 However, you don’t know how that person feels about you. One direct solution would be to simply walk up, explain your thoughts and feelings, and ask if she or he is interested in discussing the possibility of a closer relationship. This will take less than a minute to say, and whatever the outcome is, at least you know where you stand. 4 Anyhow it’s very simple and straightforward. 5 What’s the simplest and quickest way to reach your goal, assuming that you had limitless courage and discipline? A. Of course this solution may require a lot of courage to overcome the possibility of rejection. B. But if we can get ourselves to follow through, we know the solutions will actually work. C. See if you can identify the most direct solution to some of your problems. D. So the best way to overcome the difficulty is to ask your friends for advice. E. If you implement this rather simple solution, you’ll lose weight. F. Suppose you’re interested in starting a relationship with someone.
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G. However, the solution implemented does not work. 2. 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项(选项中有两项为多余 选项) .并在答案卡上将该项涂黑。 You are one of the most familiar faces in class, not because you are funny or have great note-taking abilities but because you ask the most number of questions. 1 It is important to have a good way to ask questions. Here are a few tips for improving your questioning skills: Be clear about what you want to know. Be clear about what you want to know and frame your question accordingly. 2 If you beat around the bush, your teachers won't be entirely sure what it is that you haven't understood, or need an explanation for. 3 If you are uncertain about a particular subject, make it clear when it is being discussed. If you put your question in context (语境) , you can be sure of it. Because questions often open up new avenues within a subject, doing this would benefit the whole class. Don't hesitate to talk to your teacher after class. 4 Therefore, if you feel uncomfortable about asking a question in front of your classmates, wait till the class is over. This will probably put you more at ease. Write down your questions. 5 They may appear when you're studying, reading or taking notes. Note them down on a piece of paper so that you won't forget to ask them later. This can also make sure that you don't have any unanswered questions when the exam approaches. A.Don't ask more questions once a time. B.Questions may appear at any time. C.Being curious is not a bad quality. D.You may think it is good to ask no questions. E.Ask questions related to the context. F.A question needs to be easy to be understood and to the point. G.One-to-one interactions (互动) are always much better than one-to-many. 第 II 卷(非选择题) 请修改第 II 卷的文字说明 评卷人 得分 二、单项填空

3. Has she had a cold like pig flu. _____? for she is absent.( ) A. if anything B. or anything C. for anything D. anything but 4. _____the light in the hall will take more than money. ( ) A. Mending B. Mend C. Being mended D. To be mended 5. Cars do cause people some health problems, in fact far more serious _____ than computers do. A. one B. ones C. it D. those 6. It’s a little surprising that a house made of wood or bamboo may stay up in an earthquake while _______ made of steel and concrete may fall down.
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A. one B. that C. it D. what 7. ______ and popular gives one a sort of feeling that nothing else can replace. ( ) A. Being needed B. Having needed C. Needing D. To have been needed 8. Ice Hockey is a game played between two teams, with six players on the ice. A. each B. either C. all D. neither 9. My little daughter has walked eight miles today. We never guessed that she could walk ______ far. A. that B. such C. / D. as 10. —There is nothing worthy____ in today's newspaper. —It must have disappointed you, I think. A. reading B. to read C. being read D. to be read 评卷人 得分 三、单词拼写

11. The giant panda is a kind of ____________(处于危险中的) animals. 12. He came (径直地) up to me, smiling. 13. You mustn’t come here without ____________(允许). 14. A person who is determined to succeed can’t s__________ wait for chance. 15. I'm interested in________(当代的)Chinese literature. 16. I don’t mind_________(道歉) to others if I have a mistake. 评卷人 得分 四、完形填空 20 小题

17. A friend of mine met with an accident driving in darkness. His legs were so hurt that he couldn’t move. What was the 1 was he found himself unable to ask for help—his mobile phone went out of 2 as a result of exhausted battery. Nothing could be done but to 3 in the cold wilderness(野外). It was 8 hours later that day broke, and then the 4 of the rescue. It is almost 5 that he could stand the horror in the darkness for so long. Even more surprising was his 6 : “First of all, I checked up my 7 conditions and found myself not in fatal(致命的) danger. As there was no 8 to call for help, I leaned back in my seat trying my best to keep the wound from 9 . In this way I dozed(打盹) off. His story put an end to my regret for the 10 of an exploration adventure that happened last year. A group of young men 11 to explore a mountain cave and got lost. 12 to find a way out in the dark cave they were frightened and ran anxiously without a sense of 13 . Finally they fell dead in fear and exhaustion. According to the 14 people that found them, the place where they got lost was only about 10 meters away from the 15 of the cave. If they stayed on the spot when they lost their way and tried to 16 themselves, they would probably sense a faint(昏暗的) light glimmering not far away.
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Don’t you think that you can compare it with 17 itself? When you meet with obstacles(障 碍) in life and work, you are lost in darkness. 18 you it’s unclear yet and you needn’t put up struggle 19 . It seems to be negative attitude, 20 a person who can afford to do so must foresight as well as a great courage in the place. 1. A hopeless B worst C more D best 2. A service B way C method D work 3. A cry B lie C wait D sleep 4. A delay B success C team D arrival 5. A untrue B unimaginable C true D imaginable 6. A plan B decision C explanation D excuse 7. A physical B mental C working D medical 8. A energy B way C tool D strength 9. A exposing B spreading C hurting D breeding 10. A loss B failure C disappointment D sadness 11. A had B managed C tried D planned 12. A Willing B Unable C Determined D Deciding 13. A hearing B sight C feeling D direction 14. A rescue B village C local D brave 15. A end B top C opening D side 16. A save B help C stop D calm 17. A adventure B work C life D mankind 18. A Mind B Watch C Imagine D Warn 19. A really B immediately C carefully D hopefully 20. A and B so C but D while 18. Fifteen years spent in the field of education has provided me with many treasured moments. One of the most unforgettable 1 when I was teaching the second 2 , 10 years ago. In May I decided to plan something special for the children; a Mother's Day tea. We had put our heads together to 3 ideas of how to 4 our mothers. We practiced singing songs, memorized poems and wrote cards. We decided to hold our tea the Friday before Mother's Day. I was surprised and 5 to learn that every mother was planning to attend. I 6 invited my own mother. Finally, the big day arrived. Each child 7 up at our classroom door, expecting the arrival of his or her mom. 8 , it got closer to starting time, I looked around and my eyes quickly found Jimmy. His mother hadn't shown up and he was looking 9 , I took my mother by the hand and walked over to Jimmy. “ Jimmy,”I said, "I have a bit of problem here and I was 10 if you could keep my mother 11 while I'm busy." My mom and Jimmy sat at a table. Jimmy 12 my mom her treats, presented her with the gift I had made, just as we had 13 the day before. Whenever I looked over, my mother and Jimmy were in deep 14 . Now 10 years later, I work with students of all ages, educating them about the environment. Last year, I took a senior class on a field trip, and there was Jimmy. I had the students complete an outline of the day's 15 and an evaluation of our trip. Then I collected the students' booklets and checked them to see if 16 was completed. When I came 17 Jimmy's page, he had
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written "Remember our Mother's Day tea we had in the second grade, Mrs. Marra? I do! Thanks for all you did for me, and thank your mother, too." I told him I really enjoyed what he had written. He looked rather embarrassed and 18 his own thanks and walked away. Suddenly he ran back and gave me a big hug. "Thanks again. No one even knew my mother didn't 19 it." I ended my workday with a hug from a teenage boy who had 20 stopped hugging teachers years ago. 1. A. lasted B. happened C. experienced D. described 2. A. school B. class C. grade D. lesson 3. A. pay attention to B. look forward to C. get on with D. come up with 4. A. love B. please C. respect D. admire 5. A. astonished B. worried C. relieved D. interested 6. A. even B. ever C. still D. once 7. A. followed B. held C. kept D. lined 8. A. As B. Although C. While D. Because 9. A. wild B. curious C. strange D upset 10. A. considering B. wondering C. asking D. doubting 11. A. connection B. care C. company D. concern 12. A. served B. supplied C. assigned D. applied 13. A. taught B. studied C. practiced D. told 14. A. mind B. thought C. agreement D conversation 15. A. feeling B. behavior C. event D. action 16. A. something B. everything C. anything D. nothing 17. A. by B. to C. on D. over 18. A. announced B. delivered C. stated D. whispered 19. A. make B. get C. do D. take 20. A. probably B. exactly C. rarely D. eagerly 19. This battle, if I may think it as such, started almost 2 years ago when my daughter 1 that I buy her a talking clock as her twelfth birthday present. 2 as a good father, with the 3 of teaching her time, I went to the shop and 4 a lovely talking digital (数字的) clock for her. But the 5 in the clock was shown in degrees Fahrenheit (华氏). I tried to 6 it into degrees Celsius and tried out all the buttons (按钮) on the clock. No matter how hard I tried, I wasn’t able to 7 it. I had a couple of other digital clocks in which there was a 8 button for different forms of showing temperature. But the button was clearly 9 in the clock. The thing with the digital clock is that when you put the battery (电池) in it, it shows all the fields... 10 it had all the important forms of showing degrees of the temperature. Fast forward to 9:15 am this morning. I just 11 the clock again...my mind told me that every time I push the mode button, there was a(n) 12 and so this time I went very 13 ... one by one... There it was! The battle had been 14 . It now proudly shows the temperature in degrees Celsius. I was so 15 that I even took a picture. What this small incident 16 me was that I knew what I wanted was 17 right in front of me and all it required was the right way of thinking to 18 it. That’s what life has in store for all of us. If you know it is achievable and it is a matter of the right
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attitude, 19 is just a matter of time. So even if you fail many times in the try, don’t to try again. 1. A. agreed B. admitted C. insisted D. promised 2. A. If B. So C. But D. Because 3. A. pleasure B. practice C. attention D. purpose 4. A. got up B. picked up C. looked up D. mixed up 5. A. design B. shape C. picture D. temperature 6. A. change B. force C. develop D. reduce 7. A. achieve B. choose C. prove D. expect 8. A. secret B. different C. separate D. creative 9. A. working B. breaking C. missing D. controlling 10. A. often B. indeed C. hardly D. always 11. A. showed off B. started off C. took up D. turned up 12. A. action B. troubleC. danger D. duty 13. A. easily B. slowly C. quickly D. simply 14. A. won B. lost C. raised D. protected 15. A. quiet B. friendly C. excited D. frightened 16. A. offered B. disturbed C. suggested D. taught 17. A. hardly B. carefully C. nearly D. always 18. A. solve B. doubt C. imagine D. attract 19. A. reply B. patience C. experience D. success 20. A. stop B. fail C. continue D. wonder

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20. The nervous-looking young man hesitated for a few minutes outside the 1_ shop before summoning up the 2_ to enter. He was _3_ by a young assistant who offered to help him. James felt a rush of _4_ to his face as he explained he would bring _5 his girlfriend to choose an engagement ring out that day. The assistant listened and told him _6_ the best way would be to make up two plates of rings which would suit both the young man’s _7_ and the young lady’s _8_ . Clearly they were used to things of this kind. He wasn’t used to buying jewellery and was a little worried about spending _9_ much money. Getting married was an expensive business but it would be a once-in-a-lifetime thing after 10_. After some discussion as to a suitable price-range(价格范 围) and the shapes and materials which his girlfriend might like, the shop assistant showed him some rings and offered to put them _11_ .James _12_ with her choice and left the shop 13 to return at five o’clock. When, half an hour later than _14_, he finally _15_ return to the shop with his girlfriend. Laura, the assistant, acted as if she had never seen him before. 16_ asked to show them engagement rings, she first brought out some cheap rings, giving the two young people the chance to 17_ them before showing them the two plates of rings she _18_ prepared. A _19_ was soon made and the young man and young lady went away satisfied. James would certainly come back here when it __20_ time to buy the wedding ring. 1.A. jewel B. clothing C. jewelry D. second-hand 2. A. courage B. wish C. hope D. mind 3. A. seen B. pleased C. greeted D. standing 4. A. heart B. sweat C. wind D. blood 5. A. in B. out C. about D. with
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A. of A. clothes A. tastes A. very A. all A. up A. pleased A. quick A. usual A. did A. He A. take A. herself A. ring A. is

B. that B. ideas B. beauty B. how B. that B. aside B. satisfied B. promising B. before B. managed B. Being B. buy B. already B. choice B. was

C. about C. job C. dress C. his C. years C. down C. hid C. alone C. planned C. tried C. After C. reject C. carefully C. decision C. would be

D. in D. pocket D. mother D. too D. work D. hidden D. agreed D. only D. expected D. could D. When D. see D. had D. price D. had

21. 完形填空 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 1~15 各题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中,选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Once, long ago, there was a man who traveled from Persia to India on foot. He had 1 been to India before. When he arrived at a village, he happened upon a fruit stand. In that village, fruit was quite expensive because of the lack of water. The man was looking around at the fruits when he __2__ a big basket of some very red, very long fruit. It was the cheapest fruit in the shop, not expensive at all. __3__ the man walked up to the counter and asked: “How __4__ per kilo?” And the shopkeeper said: “Two rupees.” Two rupees in India is __5__. The man thought to himself: “What a __6__ !” So he bought a whole kilogram of the fruit and began to eat it. But after he tried a few pieces, he screamed: “Oh, my God!” His eyes watered, his mouth burned, and his face turned __7__ . He coughed and choked and gasped for breath. But despite his __8__, he continued to stuff the fruits into his mouth! Onlookers __9__ their heads and laughed. One man yelled: “You’re crazy, man! Those are chilies! People use them as a condiment (佐料). You don’t just eat them by the handful like that; they’re not fruit!” But the man replied: “No, I can’t __10__ ! I paid money for them, and now I’ll eat them. It’s my money!”. You probably think this man was pretty __11__ , right? Nevertheless, I bet you or someone you know makes the same mistake on a daily basis. People invest money, time and effort into a relationship, business or job. Even when experience tells them that it’s not __12__, and they know there’s little hope of improvement, they still __13__ because they don’t want to waste the initial investment. But this is illogical. It is no different than being the man who continued eating chilies because he didn’t want to waste the money he’d paid for them. Losing something is difficult, but it is important to __14__ the loss and move on. __15__ you’ll just keep burning your mouth on hot chilies. 1. A. often B. never C. sometimes D. seldom 2. A. noticed B. watched C. recognized D. selected 3. A. Yet B. So C. Still D. Besides 4. A. large B. long C. many D. much
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5. A. something B. nothing C. anything D. everything 6. A. bargain B. trade C. business D. regret 7. A. pale B. red C. purple D. yellow 8. A. fear B. warning C. confusion D. pain 9. A. shook B. raised C. lowered D. nodded 10. A. believe B. stop C. agree D. confuse 11. A. impolite B. humorous C. awkward D. stupid 12. A. changing B. working C. leaving D. helping 13. A. refuse B. worry C. ignore D. continue 14. A. remember B. improve C. recognize D. protect 15. A. Also B. However C. Thus D. Otherwise 22. I was successful at my job. I worked very hard, but it 1 me and my family a fabulous (极好 的) lifestyle. I’d worked for the same company for twenty years and had worked my way up to department director. 2 , one afternoon last May, I was called to the office, and it was 3 explained to me that they were letting me go. I just sat there 4 they talked on and all I could think was, “I’ve 5 .” I’d been so well respected, but 6 I was of no value. For six weeks, I was in a very 7 place. I wandered around my house like a zombie (僵 尸). I could 8 things needed doing, but would not do anything. My beliefs in looking forward and seeing the positive (积极的) in everything 9 me. Then, in late June, my youngest son’s football team made the city cup final. The year before, he’d been very sad when I 10 the same final, so he was 11 when I told him I’d go. Not only did they win, but the look on his face as he saw me 12 him on was unbelievable, From then on, I spent the summer enjoying my some and their passions (激情). I attended match after match and performances of my elder son’s band — I 13 went to another city to watch him play. These moments were so 14 . My life had been so much devoted to 15 for so long, and I felt 16 that my sons were happy to welcome me into their world. 17 , being unemployed gave me back a sense of purpose --- I was someone’s mum! I felt a sense of being 18 Again. Now I feel more positive about my professional 19 and I’m getting on better with my family than I ever have. Losing my job made me realize just how 20 it is to achieve real balance in life. A. promised B. afforded C. showed D. left A. Therefore B. Anyhow C. Otherwise D. However A. quickly B. gently C. partly D. easily A. until B. after C. as D. so A. failed B. finished C. tried D. changed A. suddenly B. finally C. immediately D. shortly A. secret B. quiet C. lonely D. dark A. see B. get C. suggest D. understand A. defended B. directed C. deserted D. disturbed A. watched B. missed C. lost D. won A. disappointed B. worried C. honored D. delighted A. cheering B. taking C. leading D. passing A. just B. even C. still D. almost A. hopeful B. meaningful C. difficult D. strange
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A. work B. family C. matches D. performances A. successful B. thoughtful C. thankful D. peaceful A. Naturally B. Doubtfully C. Disagreeably D. Unexpectedly A. employed B. comforted C. valued D. encouraged A. education B. experience C. relationship D. future A. important B. interesting C. simple D. surprising 23. A recent study shows that gossip(流言蜚语)is more powerful than truth. It suggests people believe what they hear through the grapevine(小道消息) 1 they have evidence to the contrary. Researchers, 2 students using a computer game, also found gossip played an important role when people 3 decisions. “We show that gossip has a strong 4 , even when people have 5 to the original information as well as gossip about the same information. Thus, it is 6 that gossip has a strong controlling potential,” said Ralf Sommerfeld, who led the study. In the study, the researchers 7 the students money and allowed them to give it to others in a series of rounds. The students also wrote 8 about how others played the game that everyone could review. Students tended to give 9 money to people described as “scrooges (吝啬鬼)” and more to those described as “ 10 players”. “People only believed the gossip, not the past decisions,” Sommerfeld said in a telephone interview. The researchers then took the game a step 11 and showed the students the actual decisions people had made. But they also supplied false gossip that contradicted that 12 . In these cases, the students 13 their decisions to award money on the gossip, 14 the hard evidence. “If you know what the people did, you should care, but they still 15 what others said,” Sommerfeld said. Researchers have 16 used similar games to study how people cooperate and the 17 of gossip in groups. Scientists define gossip 18 social information spread about a person who is not 19 . In evolutionary terms, gossip can be an important tool for people to 20 information about others' reputations or find the way through social networks at work and in their everyday lives. 1. A. in case B. for fear that C. as if D. even if 2. A. testing B. checking C. examining D.experimenting 3. A. drew B. made C. reached D. concluded 4. A. impression B. difference C. influence D. function 5. A. access B. entrance C. charge D. communication 6. A. curious B. serious C. obvious D. worth 7. A. impressed B. asked C. showed D. gave 8. A. articles B. notes C. dairies D. letters 9. A. less B. more C. fewer D. much 10. A. general B. mean C. generous D. outgoing 11. A. away B. forward C. ahead D. further 12. A. existence B. evidence C. confidence D. dependence 13. A. based B. put C. focused D. passed 14. A. more than B. less than C. rather than D. other than 15. A. referred to B. listened to C. turned to D. stuck to 16. A. soon B. presently C. far D. long 17. A. strength B. energy C. effect D. force
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18. A. as B. for 19. A. absent B. present 20. A. achieve

C. to

D. by C. gone D. missing B. earn

C. acquire

D. win

24. I did very badly at school and no one liked me.My brother thought I was __1__and when I was 14 he said,“You’re never going to be __2__but a failure.”After five years of __3__jobs,I fell in love with a very nice middle-class girl.It was the best __4__that could have happened to me.I __5__I wanted to do something positive with my life because I wanted to prove to __6__that what people said about me was __7__.Especially her mother,who had said to me,“Let’s __8__it, you’ve failed at everything you’ve ever done.”So I tried hard with my __9__andwent to college.My first novel __10__while I was at college.Many of my fellow students admired me very much and my girl friend was also very proud. After college I taught during the __11__in high schools and attended evening class at London University,where I got a __12__in history.I became a lecturer at a college and was thinking of __13__ that job to write full time __14__I was offered a part-time job at Leeds University, I began to feel proud of myself- __15__was a working class boy who’d __16__school early,now teaching at the university. My writing career took off when I discovered my own style.Now I’m rich and __17__,have been on TV, and met lots of film stars.__18__what does it mean?I __19__wish all the people that have put me down had __20__:“I believe in you.You’ll succeed.” 1.A.bright B.useless C.simple D.hopeful 2.A.anything B.something C.everything D.nothing 3.A.low B.poor C.good D.useful 4.A.support B.happiness C.surprise D.thing 5.A.admitted B.decided C.planned D.told 6.A.me B.them C.her D.it 7.A.wrong B.right C.stupid D.faulty 8.A.see B.know C.understand D.face 9.A.experiment B.practice C.writing D.composition 10.A.came on B.came in C.came out D.came back 11.A.day B.night C.month D.year 12.A.graduation B.pass C.degree D.success
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13.A.giving in C.giving out 14.A.while C.when 15.A.there C.it 16.A.left C.changed 17.A.tired C.nervous 18.A.And C.However 19.A.just C.so 20.A.praised C.answered 评卷人 得分

B.giving back D.giving up B.if D.or B.here D.that B.attended D.graduated B.calm D.famous B.But D.Well B.exactly D.very B.said D.advised

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25. Motorists over the age of 75 face compulsory tests of their eyesight and ability to drive under proposals being considered by ministers. The biggest overhaul of motoring law in a generation could also lead to all drivers having to give assurances of their fitness to get behind the wheel every 10 years. Other revisions under consideration include issuing daylight driving licenses for motorists with night blindness, together with stricter checks on all drivers whose medical condition brought a threat to other road users. It is understood that the proposals will be part of a review of the law governing the medical fitness of drivers that will be announced publicly by the summer. The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency is dealing with a rising number of motorists who are concerned that they have conditions---from failing eyesight to epilepsy(癫痫)---that could affect their driving. In 2006, the DVLA dealt with 600,000 motorists whose physical ability to drive needed to be recertified(重新认证), a 20 per cent rise on the previous year.With an ageing population, the biggest challenge is dealing with the rising number of elderly motorists.By 2021, there will be an estimated three million drivers over the age of 70 on Britain’s roads. Drivers must renew their licenses at the age of 70 and every three years thereafter. The applicant is legally required to tell the DVLA of any conditions that could weaken their ability behind the wheel. Ministers have ruled out a compulsory maximum age for driving but will instead rely on tightening up the checks on motorists over the age of 75.The most likely option would be tests to ensure motorists were fit to drive. They would include an eyesight test and a cognitive (认知) test that would prove a driver’s ability to react to road signs, driving conditions, pedestrians and
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vehicles. However, checks are likely to be tightened at all ages.The strictest controls are expected to be imposed(强制) on motorists of any age who have had a heart attack or stroke.They could have to produce a doctor’s approval to be allowed to drive again.Anyone making a false declaration would be guilty of a criminal offence. 1.Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage? A.The new motoring law will come into effect by the summer. B.Drivers over the age of 75 must renew their licenses every three years. C.Doctors will decide whether one can get their driving licenses. D.Drivers at all ages will be expected to provide their medical condition. 2.What is the biggest challenge to the traffic safety in Britain according to the writer? A.Ageing population. B.Increasing number of cars. C.Increasing number of elderly motorists. D.Driving conditions. 3.The underlined word “overhaul” in Paragraph 2 means _______. A.change B.problem C.concern D.challenge 4.Which of the following statements is WRONG according to the passage? A.There will be more and more aged drivers in Britain. B.Anyone can get a driving license as long as he/she is in good health. C.Health tends to become worse as one gets old. D.It will be guilty to make a false declaration. 26. 3 Perhaps you have heard a lot about the Internet, but what is it, do you know? The Internet is a network. It uses the telephone wires to join millions of computers together around the world. Maybe that doesn’t sound very interesting. But when you’ve joined to the Internet, there are lots and lots of things you can do. You can send E-mails to your friends, and they can get them in a few seconds. You can also do with all kinds of information on the World Wide Web (WWW). There are many different kinds of computers now. They all can be joined to the Internet. Most of them are small machines sitting on people’s desks at home, but there are still many others in schools, offices or large companies. These computers are owned by people and companies, but no one really owns the Internet itself. There are lots of places for you to go into the Internet. For example, your school may have the Internet. You can use it during lessons or free time. Libraries often have computers joined to the Internet. You are welcome to use it at any time. Thanks to the Internet, the world is becoming smaller and smaller. It is possible for you to work at home with a computer in front, getting and sending the information you need. You can buy or sell whatever you want by the Internet. But do you know 98% of the information on the Internet is in English? So what will English be like tomorrow? 1. What is the passage mainly about? A. Internet. B. Information. C. Computers. D. E-mails. 2. Which is the quickest and cheapest way to send messages to your friends? A. By post. B. By E-mail. C. By telephone. D. By satellite. 3. Which may be the most possible place for people to work in tomorrow? A. In the office. B. At school. C. At home. D. In the company. 4. Who is the owner of the Internet? A. The headmaster. B. The officer. C. The user. D. No one.
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5. What can we infer from the last paragraph? A. English is important in using the Internet. B. The Internet makes the world smaller. C. Most of the information is in English. D. Every computer must have the Internet.

27. Compulsive (强迫性的) overeating is a health problem, which can affect women or men, though it appears twice as often among women. In this serious eating disorder, a person eats a lot of food in a short amount of time. This is called bingeing. Compulsive overeaters often binge. This can lead to serious medical problems, including obesity (过度肥胖). No one knows the exact cause of compulsive overeating. Many compulsive overeaters use food for comfort. Others binge to deal with stress. Eating makes them feel better, but only for a short time. Usually compulsive overeaters feel guilty for eating so much, which makes them feel bad about themselves. This leads to more stress, which leads to more overeating, and so on. They have trouble dealing with feelings like anger, sadness, loneliness, guilt and shame. There are many warning signs which indicate that someone may be suffering from compulsive overeating disorder. They include: eating large amounts of food when not physically hungry; eating much more rapidly than normal; eating until the point of feeling uncomfortably full; often eating alone because of shame or embarrassment; suffering feelings of depression, disgust, or guilt after eating; with a history of marked weight changes. Compulsive overeating generally has a gradual beginning, often starting in early childhood when eating patterns are formed. It usually starts very unclearly, when a child turns to food whenever they were upset. Over time, you learn that food in fact will soothe (缓解) the upset feelings. The destructive pattern continues as you do not learn to trust that you are capable of self-soothing without food. Like someone with bulimia (贪食症), when you compulsively overeat, you usually try every way you can to stop. Often the attempt at control takes the form of strict dieting or living by inflexible standards of eating. While strict dieting may help with the weight gain, in the long run it doesn't do anything to handle the emotional reasons for the compulsive overeating. Moreover, restrictive dieting is so depriving that it creates a situation of desperation to eat. Therefore, dieting often has the opposite effect to the one you intended and just promotes the compulsive overeating. 1. What can bingeing do to people? A. It keeps them free from stress. B. It causes them serious problems. C. It makes them feel good for a long time. D. It helps cure people of compulsive overeating. 2. We can infer from the second paragraph that compulsive overeating ______. A. can disappear after a time B. shouldn’t be taken seriously C. is usually caused by stress D. often goes into a bad pattern 3. The third paragraph mainly deals with ______. A. some symptoms of compulsive overeating B. the emotional reasons of compulsive overeating C. the health problems caused by compulsive overeating D. the development process of compulsive overeating
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4. According to the last paragraph, strict dieting ______. A. helps keep people fit B. can be helpful in some way C. will benefit people in the long run D. works better than living by inflexible standards of eating 5. What is to be dealt with following the passage most probably? A. How to self-soothe with food. B. How to deal with compulsive overeating. C. What harm compulsive overeating can bring. D. What will happen if you have restrictive dieting. 28. I guess I was a pretty conservative person and definitely an overly protective mother to my daughters, Kimberley, now 17, and Cassie, now 16. I worked as a director nursing at a private hospital. Then after my husband and I divorced (离 婚), I started my own typesetting business, working long hours at home. I hardly ever went out, even though my girls were always going somewhere. Finally, about a year ago, I thought, “What am I doing with my life?” My life changed after I went with Terri, a girl friend who was buying a motorbike. Before I knew it, I had bought one, too— a Yamaha Verago 250. It was totally on impulse (冲动), but the best decision I ever made, I booked into a training school and was taught to ride by a rough-looking Harley rider. Then I bought all the leather gear(传动装置). Motorcycle riding has given me a sense of freedom and so much personal satisfaction. It also is a great alternative form of transport, and an activity that enables you to make new friends. Terri and I ride mostly on weekends, to places such as Bateau Bay (on the New South Wales central coast). That ride is one of my favorites, because we stop at Mt White Caf, a bikers’ caf, on the way, to watch everyone strut their stuff (大显身手). It’s just wonderful —men and women bikers get to meet, admire and complain about each other’s bikes. I also joined WIMA (Women’s International Motorcycle Association), and we go on long, organized rides. Bikers can look like a rough and violent group, but they can be anything from professional people to engineers. The guys are really very good and think it is great that women ride. All bike riders wave or nod to each other on the road— it is also different from driving a car. There is such close friendship and I have never had so much fun. 1.The writer’s life changed after ________. A. she got to know Terri B. she bought her motorbike C. she got divorced D. she started her own business 2.From the statement “It was totally on impulse”, we can infer that ________. the writer suddenly decided to change her life the writer’s impulse beat faster when she made the decision the writer suddenly thought of buying a motorbike as her friend did the writer had planned to buy a motorbike before she went with Terri 3.Which of the following is NOT true as to the writer’s activities with her motorbike? A.The writer went to a motorbike-training school. B.The writer mostly goes to work on her motorbike.
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C.The writer has made some new friends by riding together with others. D.The writer joined an organization and she could go on long and organized rides. 4.The bikers the writer meets on her rides are ________. A. rough-looking people without jobs B. mostly professors and engineers C. women of her own age D. people of different professions 评卷人 得分 六、短文改错

29. 短文改错 Last week I bought an English dictionary in a bookstore near my home. So when I came home and read carefully I found that several page of the dictionary had been missing. Worse still, the misprints spread everywhere the dictionary and serious affected my reading. I went to a store to ask for a replacement. But to my surprised, the staff of the bookstore turn down my request rudely and even denied the poor quality of the dictionary. It goes without saying what a high standard of service is needed in today’s society. However, to my regret, businessmen are fail to achieve this standard. The quality of the staff needs improve. 30. Time is valuable but limit. There’s a famous saying, “Time is money”,this shows the importance of time. When1. time has gone, it will never return back. It is a pity 2. when many people make poor u se of time. They spend their 3. precious time oversleeping, drinking and traveling. We don’t 4. realized wasting time equal to wasting part of their life. 5. They always regret having made a little achievement so far. 6. Therefore, we should form the habit of value time. Do not 7. put off what can be done today until tomorrow. Lazy 8. will not only bring us failure, but also lead us on the road 9. of poverty and even death. 10. 31. It is important and necessary of us to know certain things to keep children safely at home. If we are using a gas stove, make sure that a window is opened. Check to see if electric wires are safe but keep them out of the reach of children before go out. Keep poisonous things on a high shelf so that children can’t touch them. Parents should not have young children to get close to pools, lakes or rivers by themselves. Small things should not be leaving on the floor because a baby may put it into its mouth. If you follow these pieces of the advice, children will be safe at home. 32. Scientists around the world have been studying the warm of waters in the Pacific Ocean being known as EL Nino. The appearance of EL Nino is knowing to affect weather around 1 2 3 1. _________ 2. _________ 3. _________ 4. _________ 5. _________ 6. _________ 7. _________ 8. _________ 9. _________ 10. _________ ________ ________ ________
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world .Now scientists still do not completely understand 4 ________ them .Yet they find they can use it to tell the future in 5 ________ different area in the world. The scientists write about 6 ________ their recent work in the magazine Nature. Their computer 7 ________ program can hardly tell when an EL Nino will appear. They 8 ________ suggested that this could provide an effective early warning 9 ________ system and could prevent much of the disasters from happening. 10 ________ 评卷人 得分 七、书面表达

33. 奥巴马其人其事,请你对这一话题做一下简要介绍并发表自己的看法。字数 120 左右。 评卷人 得分 八、英汉互译

34. If you want to increase your desire to learn English, buy a dictionary, an interesting English book and watch English-language TV, etc. 35. To our _______(高兴), the government has done a lot to lessen the students’ homework and enrich their after-class activities. 评卷人 得分 九、判断正误

36. She left me stood there without saying goodbye and went away. 37. For example, when he bought a chocolate cake, he put them in a secret place I couldn’t find. 38. Find out the key words in the paragraph and underline them in a pencil. 39. Could you tell us how the problem rose? 评卷人 得分 十、短语填空

40. You ____________________ pay the bill by next Friday. 41. What are you going to ________the food left over from the party? 42. My heart ______ after hearing his words. 43. I’ll do it more carefully ________it will take me hours. 44. The examination result will _____ on this board tomorrow. 45. She is still ______losing money. 评卷人 得分 十一、句型转换
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46.

Millions of people throughout the world were watching TV when Shenzhou V lifted off. Millions of people the world were watching TV when Shenzhou V lifted off. 47. In one way, Tinny and Dolly are very similar. In one way, Tinny and Dolly are . 48. I finally succeeded in pushing the huge animal away. I finally push the huge animal away. 49. Once the book is published, it will be sure to draw the attention of some officials. , the book will be sure to draw the attention of some officials. 参考答案 一、补全短文 1.【答案】BEFAC 【解析】 2.【答案】CFEGB 【解析】 二、单项填空 3.【答案】B 【解析】 考查不定代词 anything 短语的用法辨析。 If anything 如果稍有区别的话; or anything 或其他什么的(用于疑问句或 if 从句)符合句意;for anything 无论如何;anything but 根 本不,除---外。 4.【答案】A 【解析】 5.【答案】B 【解析】 6.【答案】A 【解析】 7.【答案】A 【解析】 8.【答案】B 【解析】 9.【答案】A 【解析】 10.【答案】D 【解析】本题考查形容词 worthy 的用法。worthy 表示“值得的”,常见搭配为 worthy of doing 和 worthy to do。需要注意的是,当 worthy of doing 和 worthy to do 的主语是受动者时,其后 的 V-ing 形式和动词不定式需用被动形式。 三、单词拼写 11.【答案】endangered 12.【答案】straight 【解析】

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13.【答案】permission 【解析】 14.【答案】simply 【解析】 15.【答案】contemporary 【解析】 16.【答案】apologizing 四、完形填空 20 小题 17.【答案】BDCDB CABDB CBDAC DCABC 【解析】 18.【答案】BCDBC ADADB CACDC BBDAA 【解析】 19.【答案】CBDBD 【解析】 AACCB CABAC DDADB

20.【答案】1-20 CACDA BDADA BDBCA DBDBB 21.【答案】1-5 BABDB 【解析】 22.【答案】CDDAC CDCBA 【解析】 23.【答案】1-5 DABCA 6-10 CDBAC 11-15 DBACB 16-20 DCABC 【解析】 24.【答案】1-5BABDB 6-10CADCC 11-15ACDCB 16-20ADBAB 【解析】 五、阅读理解 25.【答案】DCAC 【解析】 26.【答案】这是一篇关于 Internet 的说明文,它介绍了什么是 Internet,Internet 的用途, 它的贡献等等。 1. A 。主旨题。文章的每一段都谈到了 Internet ,所以我们可以推断文章的主要内容是 Internet。 2. B。细节题。在第 2 段中谈到 You can send E-mail to your friends, and they can get them in a
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6-10 ABDAB CBDAA

11-15 DBDCD

few seconds,相比其他选项,E-mail 当然是最快的。 3. C。细节题。最后一段的第 2 句讲到 It’s possible for you to work at home with a computer in front,所以明天我们极有可能 at home 工作了。 4. D。判断题。根据全文我们得知,我们可以在 school, libraries, home 等地方使用 Internet, 所有的拥有者是大家,并不是某一个人或某一行业的从业者。 5. A。推断题。最后两句告诉我们:98% of the information on the Internet is in English,也就 是说英语在 Internet 的应用是非常广泛,非常重要的。

27.【答案】BDABB 【解析】 28.【答案】BCBD 【解析】 六、短文改错 29.【答案】

【解析】 30.【答案】1.limit---limited 2.this ----which 3.return----turn 或去掉 back 4.when ----that 5.we----they 6equal 前加 is 7.去掉 a 8.value---valuing 9.lazy---laziness10.on--to 【解析】 31.【答案】1. of→for 2. safely→safe3.opened→open 4. but→and 5. go→going 6. √ 7. 去掉第一个 to 8. leaving→left 9. it→them 10.去掉 the 【解析】 32. 【答案】 1. warm—warmth 2. 去掉 being 3. knowing-known 4. world 前加 the them—it 6. area—areas 7.√ 8. 去掉 hardly 9. suggested—suggest much—many 【解析】 七、书面表达 33.【答案】Barack Hussein Obama, born on August 4, 1961, is the junior United States Senator from Illinois and presidential nominee of the Democratic Party in the 2008 United States presidential election. Obama graduated with a B.A. from Columbia in 1983, then at the start of the following year worked for a year at the Business International Corporation and then at the New York Public
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Interest Research Group. After four years in New York City, Obama moved to Chicago, where he was hired as director of the Developing Communities Project (DCP) and worked there for three years from June 1985 to May 1988. Obama entered Harvard Law School in late 1988. At the end of his first year, he was selected, based on his grades and a writing competition, as an editor of the Harvard Law Review. In February 1990, in his second year, he was elected president of the Law Review, a full-time volunteer position functioning as editor-in-chief and supervising the Law Review's staff of eighty editors. After graduating with a Juris Doctor (J.D.) magna cum laude from Harvard in 1991, he returned to Chicago. He served from 1994 to 2002 on the board of directors of the Woods Fund of Chicago, and also from 1994 to 2002 on the board of directors of The Joyce Foundation. Obama was elected to the Illinois Senate in 1996, In January 2003, Obama became chairman of the Illinois Senate's Health and Human Services Committee. He resigned from the Illinois Senate in November 2004 following his election to the US Senate. 【解析】 八、英汉互译 34.【答案】如果你想增强你学英语的愿望,去买一本字典,一本有趣的英语书,去看英语 电视等。 35.【答案】delight 【解析】 九、判断正误 36.【答案】stood → standing 【解析】 37.【答案】them 改为 it 【解析】根据句子意思和结构, 因它指代上文提到的 a chocolate cake。 38.【答案】 第二个 in 改为 with 【解析】根据句子意思和结构,考查 with a pencil 的运用。 39.【答案】 rose →arose 【解析】根据句子意思和结构,考查 arise 产生的运用。 十、短语填空 40.【答案】are supposed to 【解析】 41.【答案】do with 【解析】

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42.【答案】swelled with anger 【解析】 43.【答案】even though 【解析】 44.【答案】be put up 【解析】 45.【答案】upset about 【解析】 十一、句型转换 46.【答案】 all over 【解析】根据句子意思和结构,考查 throughout,all over 的互换。 47.【答案】two of a kind 【解析】 48.【答案】 managed to 【解析】根据句子意思和结构,考查 succeed in doing, manage to do 的互换。 49.【答案】 Once published 【解析】根据句子意思和结构,考查省略句的运用。

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