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21.I need to get another dictionary, because ______ cover is dirty and ______ page is missing. A.a; a B.a; the C.the; a D.the; the 22.—This is the most exciting movie I have ever watched. —Wh

ere did you get that DVD? I ______ to find it since last summer. A.was trying B.tried C.had tried D.have been trying 23.______ people's living standards, the central government will take more measures in the coming years. A.To raise B.Raise C.Raising D.Raised 24.He suddenly fell ill, ______ prevented him from attending his friend's wedding. A.why B.what C.that D.which 25.—What's the result of the football match? —Listen! The latest news about it ______. A.broadcast B.will broadcast C.is being broadcast D.has been broadcast 26.—What should I wear to the party? —Well, it isn't very formal.You ______ wear whatever you like. A.can B.must C.should D.need. 27.There's no snake known that will habitually attack human beings unless _____ with its life. A.threaten B.threatened C.threatening D.having threatened 28.—Honey, what would you like to have? —I've looked through the menu, but I can't decide ______ to order. A.when B.where C.what D.how 29.He told me to start early, ______ me that the roads would be crowded. A.reminding B.to remind C.reminded D.remind 30.—Have you got enough members? —Carol says she will join us ______ the salary meets her expectations. A.until B.if C.though D.unless 31.Even though Sara had practiced her speech repeatedly, she ______ its conclusion at the talk show. A.forgets B.has forgotten C.forgot D.had forgotten 32.After looking at many new cars, I found ______ which I would accept just as suitable. A.it B.this C.that D.one 33.I might be able to tell you which bus to take if I knew ______ on the map we are now. A.that B.where C.what D.how 34.If you had brought your swimsuit with you, we ______ swimming in the lake now. A.could go B.could have gone C.can go D.have gone 35.—What a nice jacket! It looks good on me! —Don't you think it is too tight ______ the shoulders? A.beyond B.between C.from D.across 第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,共30分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上 将该项涂黑。 I'd been travelling for long hours on a lonely country road when I had a flat tyre.So I had to stop and get the tools to 36 the problem.It certainly wasn't 37 doing this with a white shirt and suit on. Nightfall was approaching.Suddenly a car pulled 38 from behind me.A man got out and offered to 39 me.Seeing his unpleasant appearance and tattoos (纹身) on his arm, I became 40 as thoughts of
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robberies flashed through my mind.But 41 I could say anything he had already begun to take the tools to change the 42 .While watching him I happened to look back at his car and noticed someone sitting in the passenger seat.This had 43 me. Then, without 44 , it began to rain. suggested that I wait in his car because my car was unsafe. the He As rain increased, getting us wet within seconds I 45 agreed.When I settled into the back seat, a woman's voice came from the front seat."Are you all right?" She turned around to me."Yes, I am," I replied with much 46 when seeing an old woman there. must be his Mom, I thought. my 47 , the old woman was a neighbor of It To the man who was helping me."Jeff insisted on stopping when he saw you 48 with the tyre." "I am grateful for his help," I said." Me, too!" she said with a smile.He helped drive her to see her husband twice a week in a nursing home.She also said that he 49 at the church and tutored disadvantaged students. The rain stopped and Jeff and I changed the tyre. tried to offer him money and of course he _50__ it. was I It shameful that I judged people by the way they 51 As we shook hands I began to apologize for my 52 . He said, "I experience that same 53 often. People who look like me don't do nice things.I 54 thought about changing the way.But then I saw this as a chance to make a 55 . So I'll leave you with the same question I ask everyone who takes time to know me.If Jesus returned tomorrow and walked among us again, would you recognize Him by what He wore or by what He did?" 36.A.find B.make C.fix D.avoid 37.A.useful B.easy C.wise D.lucky 38.A.up B.out C.on D.round 39.A.carry B.lift C.drive D.help 40.A.discouraged B.frightened C.disappointed D.astonished 41.A.when B.until C.as D.before 42.A.tyre B.suit C.expression D.shirt 43.A.embarrassed B.concerned C.discouraged D.puzzled 44.A.warning B.realizing C.knowing D.waiting 45.A.directly B.happily C.hurriedly D.unwillingly 46.A.fear B.satisfaction C.relief D.excitement 47.A.regret B.amusement C.surprise D.delight 48.A.working B.repairing C.fighting D.struggling 49.A.studied B.performed C.grew D.volunteered 50.A.refused B.kept C.ignored D.left 51.A.behaved B.spoke C.looked D.thought 52.A.selfishness B.stupidity C.weakness D.disability 53.A.life B.incident C.reaction D.change 54.A.hardly B.actually C.finally D.probably 55.A.point B.start C.remark D.comparison 第三部分:阅读理解(共两节,40分) 第一节: (共15小题,每小题2分,共30分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A I had to knock on the taxi to get his attention.Finally, the driver, a man about 60, looked up from behind the wheel and apologized, " I'm sorry, but I was reading a letter." He sounded as if he had a cold or a cough. Since I was in no hurry, I told him to finish his letter.He shook his head, explaining that he had already read it several times and almost knew it by heart. Curious, I asked whether it was from a child or maybe a grandchild. "
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This isn't family," he replied, " though he might just as well have been a regular member of the family. Ed and Old I grew up together." They were always friends.But since he moved away from the neighborhood 30 years ago, it'd generally just been postcards at Christmas time between them. couple of weeks ago, Ed died. should have kept in touch. A "1 " He repeated this, more to himself than to me.To comfort him, I said sometimes we just didn't seem to find the time."But we used to find the time," he said."Take a look." He handed the letter over to me. The first sentence " I've been meaning to write for some time, but I've always delayed it." reminded me of myself.It went on to say that he often thought about the good times they had had together.When I read the part where it said "Your friendship really means a lot to me, more than I can say because I'm not good at saying things like that" , I found myself nodding in agreement. We had gone several kilometers and were almost at my hotel, so I read the last paragraph: "So I thought you'd like to know that I was thinking of you." And it was ended with "Your Old Friend, Tom." "I thought your friend's name was Ed," I said. "I'm Tom," he explained."It's a letter I wrote to Ed before I knew he'd died.I never put it in the mailbox.I guess I should have written it sooner." His face was pale as he wiped his eyes with a handkerchief. When I got to my hotel room I didn't unpack right away.I had to write a letter and post it. 56.Who wrote the letter? A.Tom. B.Old Ed. C.The author. D.The driver's grandchild. 57.It can be inferred from the passage that the driver regretted ______. A.missing Ed's funeral B.moving away from his neighborhood C.forgetting to send Ed Christmas cards D.not being able to keep in touch with Ed 58.From Paragraph 4, we can learn that the author of the passage ______. A.often failed to write to his friends B.had no intention to write to his friends C.had many great moments with his friends D.was good at expressing feelings to his friends 59.What message does the passage probably try to convey? A.Comfort your friends when they are feeling down. B.Life is unpredictable so live each day as if it were your last. C.Remember to always mail your letters after expressing your words. D.Always make time to value and experience your lasting friendships. B Lights Out at Bedtime There are plenty of good reasons to power up a personal desktop or laptop computer in the evening—writing e-mails, chatting on social networks or making purchases over tile Internet, for instance.But various studies indicate that people who stare at a PC’s bright monitor shortly before going to bed probably sleep less soundly than they would otherwise because the light seriously affects their natural wake-sleep cycle. They haven't proved " it though," says Dieter Kunz, the team's director at Charite's Psychiatric Clinic in St.Hedwig's Hospital in Berlin. Similarly, exposure to just 10 minutes of normal bathroom lighting is enough to free the sleep hormone melatonin, which regulates people's natural wake-sleep cycle and makes them sleepy at nightfall. Ten years ago, a team of British and American researchers detected a photo-pigment (光敏色素) in the human eye that signals to the body whether it is day or night, summer or winter.The photo-pigment is especially sensitive to blue light. "The blue light more or less tells the body, ' It's daytime, be awake,' "Kunz says. Monitors have a mostly cold
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white light content and scientists suspect the photo-pigment may react similarly to it.So the longer people look into the bright light, the more awake they become—and then sleep poorly. A lot of people have difficulty " switching off" in the evening.About half of the women in Germany and a quarter of the men sleep poorly. Environmental factors are only one of the possible causes.Job stress as well as personal and health concerns are also the main reasons for their sleep problems. In addition, electronic objects' standby lights and indicator lamps can be annoying in the dark and affect sleep."Sound scientific evidence is still lacking on this matter," Kunz notes. According to Kunz, those who cannot go without their computer in the evening should down the blue content if possible and lower the brightness somewhat." But nobody does because, after all, you want to concentrate while working at the computer and the light helps brain." 60.The passage is mainly about ______. A.natural wake-up cycles B.the effect of light on sleep C.personal and health concerns D.functions of computer monitors 61.The underlined word "which" in Paragraph 2 refers to ______. A.normal bathroom lighting B.10-minute exposure to lighting C.the release process of a chemical D.a chemical affecting one's sleep cycle 62.We can learn from the passage that ______. A.the blue light has a calming effect B.the photo-pigment tells people day or night C.women in Germany use computers more often than men D.it has been proved that standby lights affect people's sleep

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C The Loss of Innocence Innocence is such a precious gift.It's explained as freedom from guilt or wrong doing.Just imagine never having to worry about anything and having a guilt free mind.Some people wish to save this kind of innocence from being lost from childhood to adulthood. What would the world be like if innocence were never lost? One way it would benefit humanity is the lack of hatred (仇恨) among the world. During youth, there may be an occasional argument, even a little physical fight, but nothing like firing a handgun at a fellow human being. And children are blind towards the racial differences of others.A kid will hang out with any other kid.It is the lack of innocence and the ignorance we learn from adults that influence children otherwise.Another benefit is the constant desire for fun and adventure.With very little if any time at all for fun, the adventurous mind is lost in time with the responsibilities placed upon adults.If innocence were kept alive, these ambitions would never depart from our lives. However, other people actually hate the idea of innocence lasting for ever.They feel that the lack of organization and mental power of those with innocence would cause extremely destructive consequences to society in general.A large number of individuals would never have the urge to learn, work, and act upon the necessary needs for humanity to survive.Without a proper education which is usually provided by those who no longer live in a world of innocence, people would not have the desire to succeed, get a good job in life, or provide income for their families, which would hurt the lives of children. The lack of a good education and career would also harm the economy.As long as innocence is kept alive, no one would be terribly angered at the lack of effort people put out in the workplace, resulting in a strong decline in production and quality of needed goods. Maybe it is wrong in wanting to save innocence.It sure is a nice thought, though.Perhaps innocence was meant to be lost. was god's will to make things the way they are, and there is a good purpose for everything. It All that remains to be said about innocence is to enjoy it while it lasts. 63.The author believes that the loss of innocence in adulthood should be ______. A.avoided B.condemned C.accepted D.encouraged 64.Lifelong innocence would be beneficial to society in that ______. A.proper education would be provided B.there would be no racial discrimination C.more happy families would be guaranteed D.people would realize their childhood dreams 65.According to the author, people with innocence can hurt the economy with their lack of . A.motivational will B.mental ability C.adventurous ambitions D.needed goods 66.Which of the following shows the structure of the passage?

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Sp: Sub-point(次要点) C: Conclusion D Willie Sutton, a once celebrated American criminal, was partly famous for saying he robbed banks because “that’s where the money is.” Actually, museums are where the money is. In a single gallery there can be paintings worth more, taken together, than a whole fleet of jets(机队). And while banks can hide their money in basements, museums have to put their valuables in pain sight. Nothing could be worse than the thought of a painting as important as The Scream, Edvard Munch’s impressive image of a man screaming against the backdrop of a blood-red sky, disappearing into a criminal underworld that doesn’t care much about careful treatment of art works.Art theft is a vast problem around the world. many as 10, 000 precious items of all kinds disappear each year. for smaller museums in particular, As And it may not be a problem they can afford to solve.The money for insurance on very famous pictures would be budget destroyers even for the largest museums. Although large museums have had their share of embarrassing robberies, the greatest problem is small institutions. Neither can afford heavy security. Large museums attach alarms to their most valuable paintings, but a modest alarm system can cost $500, 000 or more.Some museums are looking into tracking equipment that would allow them to follow stolen items once they leave the museums. conservators are concerned that if they But have to insert something, it might damage the object.Meanwhile, smaller museums can barely afford enough guards, relying instead on elderly staff. Thieves sometimes try using artworks as money for other underworld deals.The planners of the 1986 robbery of Russborough House near Dublin, who stole 18 paintings, tried in vain to trade them for Irish Republican Army members held in British prison. Others demand a ransom (赎金) from the museum that owns the pictures.Ten years ago, thieves in Frankfurt,, Germany, made off with two major works by J.M.W.Turner from the Tate Gallery in London; The paintings, worth more than $80 million, were recovered in 2002 after the Tate paid more than $5 million to people having "information" about the paintings.Though ransom is illegal in Britain, money for looking into a case is not, provided that police agree the source of the information is unconnected to the crime.All the same, where information money ends and ransom begins is often a gray area. 67.In the first paragraph, the author introduced the topic by ______. A.analysing a problem B.supporting an assumption C.making a comparison D.explaining a phenomenon 68.From Paragraph 2, we can learn that______. A.artists are beginning to fight against robberies B.smaller museums may be able to handle robberies C.art criminals are aware of the importance of art conservation D.most museums can not afford insurance on all valuable items 69.It can be inferred from the last paragraph that in Britain ______.
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CP: Central Point

P: Point

A.paintings can be used as money in foreign trade B.the recent law can be taken advantage of for ransom C.owners can lawfully get back lost items by paying a ransom D.the police can pay someone from inside a crime for information 70.Why did the author write the passage? A.To warn criminals to respect and not to destroy the painting. B.To supply advice on how to prevent future crimes of art theft. C.To share awareness of art theft and the need for good security. D.To remind museums to equip with more updated security systems. 第二节: (共5小题;每小题2分,共10分) 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。 The Value of Tears Tears can ruin make-up, bring conversation to a stop, and give you a runny nose.Tears leave you embarrassed and without energy.Still, crying is a fact of life, and your tears are very useful.Even.when you're not crying, they make a film over the eye's surface. 71 When tears fall, they reduce stress.But we tend to fight them for all! sorts of reasons. "People worry about showing their emotions (情绪) , afraid that once they lose control they'll never get it back. " 72 After we cry, the feelings that caused the tears often disappear. Sometimes people become much stressed and can't cry.Whatever emotion they are feeling—shock, anger, fear, or sadness—is being held back. But everyone has the need to cry.Psychologist Vera Diamond explains that her treatment often consists of giving people permission to cry. 73 Patients practice crying just to become used to expressing emotions.She suggests safe, private places to cry, like under the bedcovers or in the car.Crying is a way of reducing tension, but people don't like it.when others cry because it makes them tense. 74 And they'll do just about anything to make you stop. In certain situations, such as at work, tears are not appropriate.It's good not to cry during a tense business discussion. 75 You should also act out the whole situation again and be as noisy and angry as you like.It will help you feel better. "And," she adds, "Once your tears have taken away the stress, you can begin to think calmly of ways to deal with the problem." Tears are a sign of our ability to feel.If you find yourself near someone crying, deal with it.And never be afraid to cry yourself. A.They too may be holding back a need to cry. B.They cry for different reasons. C.She gives crying exercises. D.It contains a chemical against infection(炎症). E.The fact is that no emotion lasts forever. F.It forms in response to the stress on the surface of the eye. G.But once you're safely behind closed doors, don't just cry. 第四部分:书面表达(共两节,35分) 第一节:情景作文(20分) 假设你是红星中学高二年级学生李华,在通用技术课(general technology class)上,老师让你们自己 动手设计并制作书架。请根据以下四幅图的先后顺序,给校刊英语园地写一篇以“Our Own Bookshelf” 为题的英文稿件,介绍课堂活动的完整过程。 注意:
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1.稿件的开头已为你写好。 2.词数不少于60。 提示词:锯saw

Our Own Bookshelf We have a general technology class this term to learn some basic skills. 请将情景作文写在答题纸指定区域内 第二节:开放作文(15分) 请根据下面提示,写一篇短文,词数不少于50。 In your spoken English class, your teacher shows you the following picture. You are asked to describe the picture and explain how you understand it.


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