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A. eat as much candy as they want B. wear clean clothes made by her C. be honest about what kind of friends they make D. go to bed and get up at fixed times 51. The author’s mother wanted her

children to _________. A. be top students in school and graduate with honors B. do their best at school and be educated and respected citizens C. stop seeing her friends who pretended to be sick to skip classes D. bring home colored report cards like her friends did 52. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the text? A. The author has a deep hatred for her mother. B. The author’s mother set timetables for her children whenever they went out. C. Some of the children weren’t able to go to college because of their mean mother. D. As a parent, the author is following her mother’s example. 53. It can be inferred from the passage that________. A. All the other kids at school studied better than the author. B. The author worked hard and usually got good grades in studies. C. Mother was punished for breaking the Labor Law. D. The author’s family lived a miserable life. 54. The passage was written in a way of ________ tone. A. hateful B. ridiculous C. critical D. humorous D “What’s the most important thing you’ve done in your life?” The question was put to me during a presentation I gave to a group of lawyers. The answer came to me in an instant. But it’s not an appropriate one, because the situation wasn’t right. As a lawyer in the entertainment industry, I knew the audience wanted to hear some amusing stories about my work with well-known persons. But here’s the true answer, the one that leapt from the recesses(深处)of memory. The most important thing I’ve ever done occurred in October 8, 1990. I began the day playing tennis with a secondary-school friend I hadn’t seen for a while. Between points we talked about what had been happening in each other’s lives. He and his wife had just had a baby boy, who was keeping them up at night. While we were playing, a car came screaming up the road toward the courts. It was my friend’s father, who shouted to my buddy that his baby had stopped breathing and was being rushing to the hospital. In a flash my friend was in the car and gone, disappearing in a cloud of dust. For a moment I just stood there, paralyzed 呆如木鸡)Then I tried to figure out what I should do. ( . Follow my friend to the hospital? There was nothing I could accomplish there, I convinced myself. My friend’s son was in the care of doctors and nurses, and nothing I could do or say would affect the outcome. Be there for moral support? Well, maybe. But my friend and his wife both had large families, and I knew they’d be surrounded by relatives who would provide more than enough comfort and support, whatever happened. All I could do at the hospital, I decided, was getting in the way. Also, I had planned a full day with my family, who were waiting for me to get home. So I decided to head back to my house and check in with my friend later. As I started my rental car, I realized that my friend had left his truck and keys at the courts. I now faced another problem. I couldn’t leave the keys in the truck. But if I locked the truck and took his keys, what would I do with them? I could leave them at his house, but with no paper on me to leave a note, how would he know I had done that? Reluctantly I decided to swing by the hospital and give him the keys. When I arrived, I was directed to a room where my friend and his wife were waiting. As I had thought, the room was filled with family members silently watching my friend comfort his wife. I slipped in and stood by the door, trying to decide what to do next. Soon a doctor appeared. He

approached my friend and his wife, and in a quiet voice told them that their son had died. For what seemed a long time the two held each other and cried, unaware of the rest of us standing around in pained silence. After they had calmed themselves, the doctor suggested they might want to spend a few moments with their son. My friend and his wife stood up and walked numbly past their family. When they reached the door, my friend’s wife sa w me standing in the corner. She came over and hugged me and started to cry. My friend hugged me, too, and said, “Thanks for being here.” For the rest of that morning, I sat in the emergency room of that hospital and watched my friend and his wife hold the body of their infant son, and say goodbye. It’s the most important thing I have ever done. The experience taught me two lessons. First: The most important thing I’ve done happened when I was completely helpless. None of the things I had learned in university, in three years of law school or in six years of legal practice were of any use in that situation. Something terrible was happening to people I cared about, and I was powerless to change the outcome. All I could do was to stand by and watch it happen. And yet it was critical that I do just that—just be there when someone needed me. Second: The most important thing I’ve ever done almost didn’t happen because of things I had learned in classrooms and professional life. Law school taught me how to take a set of facts, break them down organize them—then evaluate the information calmly. These skills are critical for lawyers. When people come to us for help, they’re often stressed out and depend on a lawyer to think logically. Today I have no doubt that I should have leapt into my car without hesitation and followed my friend to the hospital. Sometimes it takes a tragedy to regain perspective on your own life. From that one experience I learned that the most important thing in life isn’t the money you make, the status you attain or the honors you achieve. The most important thing in life is the kids’ team you coach or the poem you write — or the time when you’re just somebody’s friend. 55. When asked about the most important thing he had done in life, the author __________. A. felt it was not an interesting question B. thought for quite a while and then spoke his mind C. gave an answer from a lawyer’s point of view D. offered an answer which had nothing to do with his job 56.Seeing his friend rush to the hospital, the author couldn’t decide whether to follow mainly because __________. A. he thought he had to stay with his own family[来源:学。科。网] B. he thought his friend could manage it himself C. he thought he would not be of much help at the hospital D. he thought the baby would be in the doctors’ great care 57.What can be inferred from the author’s description of the scene at the hospital? A. The author would have felt guilty if he had not been there. B. The author didn’t regret that he hesitated or arrived there too late. C. The author’s friend was too busy comforting his wife to be aware of other people present. D. The author’s friend felt angry that the author didn’t follow him to the hospital immediately. 58.What does the author learn from his own experience? A. A lawyer cannot learn much in classrooms. B. He himself needs to be able to feel as well as think logically.

C. What is taught in university is usually of no use. D. The skills the law school teaches mean the most to a lawyer. 59.It can be conveyed from the underlined sentence in the last paragraph that __________. A. the author is fond of writing poems B. the author is going to coach the kid’s team C. the author is determined to make friends with everybody he meets D. the author is fully aware of the importance of being helpful to those in need 60.Which might be the best title for the passage? A. A Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed B. “Thanks For Being Here.” C. The Most Important Thing I’ve Done D. The Importance Of Just Being There 第二节:任务型阅读(每题 2 分,满分 10 分) 。 探险家 Ranulph Fiennes 在电视节目中回答了主持人的有关野外求生的 5 个问题 (第 1-5 题) 。 请从下列提问(A,B,C,D,E,和 F)中选出与他的回答相匹配的问题。选项中有一项是多余选 项。 (每题 2 分, 满分 10 分) Questions: A. Do you think people should be decisive in the wild? B. How to make hunting tools? C. Do you think people should send an SOS while they are in danger? D. How to make a fire in the wild? E. How to set a trap to hunt animals? F. How to build a shelter in the wild? 1.___________ Answer: If you are in a desert environment, try to build an underground shade shelter to avoid prolonged sun exposure, obviously only for hot climates. So you can be more comfortable in cooler temperatures to avoid sweating. If your environment is damp, use branches laid and criss-crossed on top of one another to create a solid and dry foundation for an open bed pad. Raise the foundation above ground level as much as possible. 2._________ Answer: Yes, I think so. For example, if you think the best survival course of action is to look for help and civilization, don’t wait 4 or 5 days before you come to this conclusion. Take action on the 1st or 2nd day if possible while you still have strength and endurance working for you. 3.__________ Answer: Use dry wood and sticks to start your fire. Fire is started by using three kinds of wood: tinder, kindling, and fuel. Tinder is any kind of flammable wood shavings, usually light and wispy. You can take two pieces of dry wood, sharpen one of them and use it to drill into the other piece. Place any highly flammable objects you can find next to the drill bit. The moment the flammable object catches a spark, use a rock to swiftly tip the object onto a nest of leaves and little branches. 4. __________ Answer: Get an ordinary block of wood and hit it with a rock repeatedly until the wood sharpens. In this case, use the rock as your sharpener. You could also take a rock and break off some of the edges and then use another rock and some water like a wet stone and sharpen. In an ideal situation, obsidian stone would be used for its infamous sharpness. 5.____________ Answer: Use two more sticks to hold up a “teepee”, similar to your shelter. Place an item of your choice you think an animal will come after, if you’re lucky, the animal will be trapped. Dig a hole in the ground about 2m-3m deep and 1m-2m across. Take two thin branches and place them criss-crossed across the hole. Cover it with leaves and put something the animals like to eat. You can also put a few wooden spikes sharpened by your knife at the bottom. Don’t forget to build a ladder or you might not be able to climb out of the hole.

第一节 短文改错 (10 分) Hello, everyone. It’s nice to speak about that we can do for our school, and I think small actions can make big difference. The first thing we can do is to make our campus more beautifully. Every one of them may plant a tree in the school or to organize a thorough cleaning on the campus. We can also form a good habit of putting rubbishes into trashcans. Never forget to turn off the lights and close the doors. We should not leave the tap water run or waste any materials in the laboratory class. In that case, I believe we’ll turn our school in a better place to study and live in. How I wish we can enjoy a better school life! Thank you for listening! 第二节:书面表达(30 分) 请根据以下提示,结合事例,用英语写一篇短文。 Optimism (being optimistic) plays a very important role in study. It may help you out of trouble and even contributes to your progress and success in your study. 注意: (1)无须写标题,文章开头已经给出,不得照抄英语提示语; (2)除诗歌外,文体不限; (3)文中不得透露个人姓名和学校名称; (4)词数为 120 左右。 _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________

Name____________________ NO,______________________ Class_____________

短文改错 (10 分)

Hello, everyone. It’s nice to speak about that we can do for our school, and I think small

actions can make big difference. The first thing we can do is to make our campus more beautifully.

Every one of them may plant a tree in the school or to organize a thorough cleaning on the campus.

We can also form a good habit of putting rubbishes into trashcans. Never forget to turn off the

lights and close the doors. We should not leave the tap water run or waste any materials in the laboratory class. In that case, I believe we’ll turn our school in a better place to study and live in.

How I wish we can enjoy a better school life! Thank you for listening!


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