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湖北省黄冈中学2011-2012学年高一上学期期末考试英语试题


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湖北黄冈中学 2011 学年度高一上学期期末考试英语试题
第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 30 分)
做题时,先将答案划在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答 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 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题 和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1.What is the probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Doctor and patient. B. Boss and assistant. C. Coach and athlete. 2.How many rounds are there in this quiz contest? A. 2. B. 3. C. 10. 3.What can we learn from the conversation? A. The woman is forgetful. B. The man wants to see Ted. C. The woman met Ted recently. 4.How is the woman going to spend her winter vacation? A. She will have a rest at home. B. She is going to visit her uncle. C. She will go to London 5.What does the woman think the man should do? A. Repair the TV by himself. B. Find another repairman. C. Get a new TV. 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 和 7 题。 6.What is the man?s father doing in the picture? A. Playing with the dog. B. Drinking Coca Cola. C. Holding the baby.
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7.What can we learn from the conversation? A. The man?s parents used to live in the mountains. B. The man often goes to the cabin. C. The man?s parents still live in the cabin. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8.Where does the man work now? A. In an office. B. In a hotel. C. In a restaurant. 9.How much can the man get every evening? A. About $5. B. About $40. C. About $45. 10.What does the woman want to know about from the man A. The pay. B. The work. C. The boss. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。 11.Where does this conversation take place? A. In the street. B. In the shop. C. In the restaurant. 12.Who has been studying French? A. The woman?s son. B. Norman. C. Mrs. Pope. 13.Why can?t the man hear the woman? A. He has poor hearing B. The woman speaks in a low voice. C. There is noise nearby. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 16 题。 14.What affects the way people act when they get together? A. Habit. B. Culture. C. Language. 15.Which group is the most important social institution? A. The family. B. The educational system. C. The government. 16.Why do all cultures have their own rules?
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A. Rules are based on cultures. B. Cultures are formed by rules. C. People set limits on their own behavior. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17.How many students come to Britain to learn English every year? A. 650. B. 200,000. C. 600,000,000. 18.Where do 10% of the students come from? A. Japan and Thailand. B. Middle East, Iran and North Africa. C. Germany, Switzerland, France and Italy. 19.Which part of England became the most popular place for language schools? A. The East B. The West. C. The South. 20.When are language schools open? A. Many are only open in summer. B. Many are open all the year. C. All are open in summer. 第二部分:词汇知识运用(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:多项选择(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 21.______________ some official websites, the 60th NBA All-star Games will be on February 20 ,2011 in Los Angeles. A. In search of B. As a result of C. According to D. In charge of 22.The custom of only sending sons to school has __________ in China nowadays. A. broken up B. died out C. dug out D. sorted out 23.It was because of her __________ to children that she gave up a promising career in law to become a teacher. A. devotion B. concern C. responsibility D. mercy

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24.It was reported that a tall man with a black mask broke into the house and stole $5000_______. A. in return B. in relief C. in cash D. in ruins 25.Huanggang Middle School, which has a history of over 100 years , has been _______ by many senior government officials up till now. A. explored B. examined C. charged D. inspected 26.The ________ working age in western countries is usually 14 to 16 , depending on the number of hours and type of work. A. regular B. legal C. secure D. logical 27.I?m afraid I can?t attend your wedding ceremony, but thanks for the invitation __________. A. personally B. briefly C. anyway D. afterwards 28.Ever since the global financial crisis ______ on the Wall Street, many countries have suffered from it differently. A. arose B. burst C. exploded D. attacked 29.A(n) _________ in information technology is taking place around the world as a result of fierce competitions. A. revolution B. application C. protection D. reception 30.The little fat professor is very popular with his students because he is good at ________ different teaching methods to make his class lively and interesting. A. performing B. replacing C. employing D. containing 第二节:完型填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1. 5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空白处 的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Once President Roosevelt?s house was broken into and lots of things were stolen. 31 this, one of Roosevelt?s friends wrote to him and 32 him not to take it to his heart so much. President Roosevelt 33 immediately, saying, “Dear friend, thank you for your letter to 34 me. I am all right now. I think I should thank God. This is because of the following three 35 : Firstly, the thief only stole things from me 36 did not hurt me at all; 37 , the thief has stolen some of my things 38 all my things; thirdly, most luckily for me, it was the man
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39 me who became a thief.” It is certainly 40 for anyone to be stolen from. However, President Roosevelt had three reasons to be 41 . This story tells us we should learn to be grateful in our life. There is a 42 from Mahatma Gandhi—Live as you were to die tomorrow; learn as you were to live forever. Great people are always 43 their love to the world, just as Gandhi, Mother Teresa, and so on. How about us?You can not do 44 , but still you can do something. So, be grateful to your life, all the people and the things in your life.Be grateful to nature, for the fresh air you 45 , the clean water you drink, and the beautiful flowers you smell.Be grateful to your parents, for they 46 to you and taught you right from wrong.Be grateful to your 47 , for they taught you with great patience.Be grateful to your friends, for you have known 48 since you were 9 or 10 and faced the 49 together for so many years.50 I want to say: being grateful can bring us a better and more beautiful life. Why don?t we have a try? Let?s get it started! 31. A. Hearing B. Seeing C. Finding D. Receiving 32. A. allowed B. suggested C. advised D. prevented 33. A. came back B. wrote back C. turned back D. gave back 34. A. inform B. encourage C. support D. comfort 35. A. causes B. reasons C. results D. rules 36. A. but B. and C. or D. so 37. A. last B. finally C. suddenly D. secondly 38. A. in case of B. in terms of C. instead of D. because of 39. A. better than B. more than C. rather than D. or rather 40. A. unlucky B. fortunate C. unlikely D. friendly 41. A. grateful B. careful C. helpful D. useful 42. A. word B. sentence C. passage D. pattern 43. A. saying B. showing C. requiring D. pretending 44. A. nothing B. anything C. something D. everything 45. A. mix B. equip C. breathe D. relax 46. A. gave reasons B. gave a hand C. gave money D. gave birth
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47. A. doctors B. fellows C. schoolmates D. teachers 48. A. some others B. each other C. the others D. everybody 49. A. difficulties B. danger C. enemies D. classes 50. A. At least B. At first C. At last D. At most 第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题:每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,从每篇短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Animal experts in Croatia say a bear has learned how to trick people to let him in by knocking at the door. They believe the 220- kilogram brown bear probably learned the trick while nudging (轻推) a door to get it to open. Experts have a guess that the nudging was mistaken by the owners for knocking and that the bear, pleased by the result, repeated the trick. The Loknar family from Gerovo in western Croatia said the bear had knocked at their door three times and they were now refusing to answer the door. ??We jumped out of the window as he came in through the door and went into the kitchen to take some food for the first time.” Mum Nevenka Loknar told a reporter from a local newspaper. “I opened the door and saw him standing there and I didn?t believe my eyes at first, then I ran for it as he walked in as if it was the most normal- thing in the world.” Bears are a common thing in the woods around here, but no one has ever heard of a bear that knocks at the door. Mum Nevenka Loknar said, “The bear is so intelligent. It?s incredible. We?ve tried to put up lots of obstacles to stop him coming in, like a wire fence but he still gets through. I wouldn?t be surprised if he knew how to use wire cutters (钢丝剪).” 51.According to experts in Croatia, how did the bear learn the trick? A. By knocking at the door several times. B. By accident. C. By learning from the owner of a family. D. By imitation.

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52.What does the underlined word “it” in paragraph 5 refer to? A. Eating at the kitchen. B. Knocking at the door. C. Walking into the house. D. Answering the door 53.It is ________ in Gerovo that a bear knocks at the door. A. unusual B. a troubling problem C. common D. an exciting experience 54.Mum Nevenka Loknar was surprised that the bear ________. A. didn?t attack her family B. knew how to use wire cutters C. jumped across her wire fence three times D. was clever at getting through the obstacles B Guitar Lessons for Guitar Players Playing the same things over and over again when you pick up the guitar? Teaching yourself for years but you hit a wall? Don?t know what to do next? Whether you?re a total beginner, or an old guitar player, we?ll get you working on something you can benefit from. I?m a professional teacher, over 30 students at my studio in downtown Berkeley and several music schools in San Francisco, Alameda, and Mountain View. No matter what style you?re into, I guarantee there are songs by your favorite bands that you could learn. Call at 510-333-9091 or e-mail at bluescho0147@gmail.com Dance Classes for Students 2 5 Through Adult In Motion Dance Center in Martinez is now accepting registration (注册) for all fall dance classes. There are classes offered in Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Hip -Hop, Contemporary and Cheerleading. Classes run like the school year Sept through June. Prices are very reasonable at only $45 a month. That?s for a one-hour class once a week for a month. This studio is known for their younger child program. We are always looking for talented instructors too. If you want more information call Deena at 925-229-5678.

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Qi Gong with Angie Qi Gong is the perfect activity for anyone, at any age. It combines gentle movement and meditation (冥想), breathing regulation and relaxation. The exercises are designed to reduce stress and anxiety and improve blood and energy circulation (循环) throughout the body, therefore increasing immune (免疫的) function, improving energy levels and sleep. Thousands of Qi Gong lovers around the world have experienced the extraordinary benefits of this gentle, ancient Chinese exercise form and are healthier and happier for it. Join us to experience the benefits for yourself! WHEN: Tuesdays from noon ~ 1pm WHERE: Halanda Studio 1062 Lincoln Avenue, San Jose, CA 95125 COST: $12 per class drop-in (即到即学的) or $45 for a pre-paid set of 4 classes CONTACT: Angie at angie@lokahiacupuncture.com , 408-887-6000 55.The purpose of the first advertisement is to ________. A. build a bridge between guitar players B. look for teachers for several music schools C. attract guitar players to attend music classes D. help guitar beginners to improve their techniques 56.Who will probably contact 510-333-9091? A. A music lover. B. A Hip-Hop lover. C. A dance lover D. A Qi Gong lover. 57.Sarah and Jessey decide to attend the dance classes for six months. They each will have to pay ________. A. $135 B. $270 C. $540. D. $1,080 58.How much can you save if you pay for eight classes at one time before you join Halanda Studio A. $3. B. $6. C. $8. D. $12.

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C The tea gardens in Sri Lanka are actually large estates. The best tea usually comes from plants grown on high grounds, the cool hilltops with rows and rows of tea plants. The plants are about one metre apart. The plant is often pruned so that it remains only 60 to 90 centimetres high. Pruning is important because it encourages the growth of tender shoots, or young leaves. It is from these shoots that the best tea is got. Practically all the tea pickers are women. The estates prefer to employ women pickers because they are more careful. Their thin fingers can easily remove the twin leaves and new shoots from the plant, which are the parts used for processing (加工) tea. The pickers carry large baskets into which they throw their pickings. A skilled worker can harvest between 9 to 14 kilogrammes of tea leaves a day. Usually new shoots can be picked from the plants about every ten or fifteen days. Processing tea shoots into the familiar dry tea leaves requires great care and skill. There are various methods of processing depending on the type of tea required. For black tea, the young green leaves are first spread out on shelves to dry. This process removes much of its water and the leaves become soft. After this, the leaves are passed through heavy rollers. This operation will press the leaves for juices which give the tea both its colour and taste. Then the leaves are spread out on floors and left to ferment(发酵)under wet conditions. Fermentation develops the rich taste of black tea. The fermented leaves are then dried with a hot-air blower until they become rolled-up black leaves. The final step is to sort and grade them before the black tea is ready for sale to countries all over the world. 59. In the first paragraph, the word “pruning” means . A. regular cutting of the plants B. frequent watering C. regular use of chemicals D. growing the plants high in the mountain 60. One of the reasons why women are employed to do the picking is that . A. they work harder than men do in the picking B. they can throw their pickings more easily into the baskets C. their fingers fit them better for the job D. they can more easily find the twin leaves 61. How many processing steps for black tea are mentioned in the last paragraph?
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A. Three. B. Four. C. Five. D. Six. 62. What is the writer?s purpose in writing the passage? A. To introduce various methods of tea processing. B. To persuade readers to buy tea from Sri Lanka. C. To tell a story that had happened in the tea gardens. D. To inform readers of tea growing, picking and processing. D As any homemaker who has tried to keep order at the dinner table knows, there is far more to a family meal than food. Sociologist Michael Lewis has been studying 50 families to find out just how much more. Lewis and his co-workers carried out their study by videotaping the families while they ate ordinary meals in their own homes. They found that parents with small families talk actively with each other and their children. But as the number of children gets larger, conversation gives way to the parents? efforts to control the loud noise they make. That can have an important effect on the children. “In general the more question-asking the parents do, the higher the children?s IQ scores,” Lewis says. “And the more children there are, the less question-asking there is.” The study also provides an explanation for why middle children often seem to have a harder time in life than their siblings(兄弟姐妹). Lewis found that in families with three or four children, dinner conversation is likely to center on the oldest child, who has the most to talk about, and the youngest, who needs the most attention. “Middle children are invisible,” says Lewis. “When you see someone get up from the table and walk around during dinner, chances are that it?s the middle child.” There is, however, one thing that stops all conversation and prevents anyone from having attention: “When the TV is on,” Lewis says, “dinner is a non-event.” 63. The writer?s purpose in writing the text is to N A. show the relationship between parents and children B. teach parents ways to keep order at the dinner table C. report on the findings of a study D. give information about family problems 64. By saying “Middle children are invisible” in Para. 3, Lewis means that middle children .
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A. have to help their parents to serve dinner B. get the least attention from the family C. are often kept away from the dinner table D. find it hard to keep up with other children 65. Lewis? research provides an answer to the question . A. why TV is important in family life B. why parents should keep good order C. why children in small families seem to be quieter D. why middle children seem to have more difficulties in life 66. Which of the following statements would the writer agree to? A. It is important to have the right food for children. B. It is a good idea to have the TV on during dinner. C. Parents should talk to each of their children frequently. D. Elder children should help the younger ones at dinner Around the world more and more people are taking part in dangerous sports and activities. Of course, there have always been people who have looked for adventure—those who have climbed the highest mountains, explored unknown parts of the world or sailed in small boats across the greatest oceans. Now, however, there are people who seek an immediate thrill from a risky activity which may only last a few minutes or even seconds. I would consider bungee-jumping to be a good example of such an activity. You jump from a high place (perhaps a bridge or a hot—air balloon)200 meters above the ground with an elastic(有弹性 的) rope tied to your ankles. You fall at up to 150 kilometers. It is estimated that 2 million people around the world have now tried bungee-jumping. Other activities which most people would say are as risky as bungee-jumping involve jumping from tall buildings and diving into the sea from the top of high cliffs. Why do people take part in such activities as these? Some psychologists suggest that it is because life in modern societies has become safe and boring. Not very long ago people?s lives were constantly under threat. They had to go out and hunt for food, diseases could not easily be cured, and life was a continuous battle for survival

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Nowadays, according to many people, life offers little excitement. They live and work in comparatively safe environments;they buy food in shops;and there are doctors and hospitals to look after them if they become ill. The answer for some of these people is to seek danger in activities such as bungee-jumping. 67. A suitable title for the text is “ ”. A. Dangerous Sports:What and Why? B. The Boredom of Modern Life C. Bungee-jumping:Is It Really Dangerous? D. The Need for Excitement 68. More and more people today are . A. trying activities such as bungee-jumping B. climbing the highest mountains C. coming close to death in sports D. looking for adventures such as exploring unknown places 69. People take part in dangerous sports nowadays probably because . A. they have a lot of free time B. they can go to hospital when they are injured C. their lives are short of excitement D. they no longer need to hunt for food 70. What does the word “thrill” in the first paragraph mean? A. a strong feeling of excitement B. a feeling of unhappiness C. a feeling of feeling upset D. a feeling of being frightened 第四部分:书面表达(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:完成句子(共 10 小题;每小题 1. 5 分,满分 15 分)

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阅读下列各小题,根据括号内的汉语提示,用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子,并将答 案写在答题卡上的相应题号后。 71.___________(肯定) he will appreciate your paintings. (certain) 72.In my opinion , the books written by Yu Qiuyu ___________(很值得一读). (worth) 73.What should you do if your friend __________ (在被咬)by a snake? (bite) 74.The research , ___________________________ (我认为) great importance, is about the protection of wildlife. (attach) 75.Nobody ________(会允许进入)the stadium without a ticket . (admit ) 76.____________(随着社会的发展),information technology performs a more and more important part in our life . (develop ) 77.When the teacher came in , she ___________(装作在读) a book. (pretend ) 78._____________________(说实在的), don?t think you will pass the driving test. (honest) I 79.I ____________________(想加入) the club in the past few years. (dream) 80.When you spoke in front of thousands of people ,you___________(一定感到很紧张). (feel) 第二节:短文写作(共 1 题;满分 25 分) These days people have realized that it is important to live in harmony(和谐) with nature. Therefore, they begin to pay much attention to protecting the environment, the wildlife and cultural relics as well. Can you tell a story in which people tried to protect one of them? Your story can come from your personal experience or be based on what you read in books or what you watched on TV etc. 要求: 1.短文词数 120 左右; 2.内容充实,结构完整,语意连贯; 3.书写须清晰、工整

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参考答案 (Text l) M: You can?t stop! You have another round to run! W: Sorry, I can?t. I?m feeling exhausted and my foot hurts. (Text 2) M: OK, you have done very well in the past two rounds of 10 questions. W: I will try to answer the questions in the last round correctly so as to win the greatest prize. (Text 3) M: Next time you see Ted, please don?t forget to give him my best regards. W: Sure, but he has been to New York now. I don?t know when I can see him again. (Text 4) M: Janet, what are you going to do during the winter vacation? W: My husband wants to pay a visit to his uncle in London, but I?d rather stay at home having a good rest. (Text 5) M: I had to ask Mr Gerry for help. My TV didn?t work again last night. W: If I were you, I?d ask someone else to check it out. (Text 6) M: What a nice photograph, Alex! Who?s the woman holding the baby? M: That?s my mother. The baby is me. W: Where was it taken? M: At a little cabin in the mountains. My parents used to go there on vacation every summer. W: And the man drinking Coca Cola? M: That?s my father. And the little girl playing with the dog is my sister Meggie.

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W: Do you still go to the cabin? M: Unfortunately not. My parents are retired now, so they're living in Florida. Meggie?s married and has twin kids of her own. (Text 7) M: Hi, Lois. Haven?t seen you for a long time. How have you been? W: OK, except I?ve been looking for a job for days, and I haven?t found one yet. It?s so hard finding work these days. Have you had any luck? M: Yes, I?ve got a job, a waiter?s job in a restaurant. W: Are you well paid? M: Well, $5 an hour, but I can keep the tips. That comes to about $40 an evening. W: Not bad. M: Actually, there?s still another opening. If you?re interested, you?ll surely get it. W: That?s great! I?ll go there right now and speak with the boss. W: That?s no rush. You can see him tomorrow. I?ve told him about you. He promised to give you the job. W: That was nice of you, Jack. Thanks a lot. M: Think nothing of it, Lois. I?m sure you'd do the same for me. W: Could you tell me a bit more about the work there? I?m a green hand, you know. M: Don?t worry. You?ll have no problem. W: I hope not. (Text 8) M: Oh, there you are. I?ve been waiting for you for half an hour. What have you been doing? W: I?ve been shopping. M: I met the Popes? son, Norman, while I was waiting for you. He?s just come back from France.

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W: Yes, I know. Mrs Pope told me. She's very proud of him. She says he speaks French fluently. M: How long has he been learning it? W: I?m not sure. M: What did you say? W: I said I?m not sure. I think he?s been studying French since he was twelve. M: Who?s been studying French? W: Norman has. The Popes? son. Have you gone deaf or something? M:I can?t hear you. The noise of the traffic is really bad. W: Yes, it is, isn?t it? Goodness, I?m tired. I?ve been walking round the shops for nearly three hours. (Text 9) M: Every culture is made up of different groups to which people belong. Culture affects the way people act when they are with others. Our culture affects the way our society is organized and the groups that exist within that society. Different cultures have different kinds of groups. The family, the educational system, and the government are three important groups in which people act together. All of these affect the way we act. In return, we affect what our families, schools, and governments do. The family is perhaps the most important social institution. The family provides food, shelter, love and training for the young. In a society, people set limits on their own behavior. For this reason, all cultures have rules. All groups, even small ones, make their own rules. People are governed by the rules. Culture affects our role and status. It also affects how we think about ourselves and how others in the society view us. (Text 10) W: 200,000 students come every year to one of Britain?s 650 language schools, and they bring with them a total of 600 million pounds! 60% of the students come from Europe, mainly Germany, Switzerland, France and Italy, 30% are from the Middle East, Iran and North Africa, and 10% are from Japan and Thailand. There were some language schools in Britain before 1939, but the number of them really began to grow after the end of the Second World War. The South of England became the most popular place for language schools.

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Usually, the towns with language schools welcome the students. Many language schools are only open in the summer, and all of them find that the summer months are the most popular. It?s fair to say, the most students enjoy themselves and work hard at a good school. 听力答案 1—5 CBCAB 6—10 BACBB 11—15 ABCBA 16—20 CBACA 21—25 CBACD 26—30 BCAAC 完形填空答案 31-35 ACBDB 36-40 ADCCA 41-45 ABBDC 46-50 DDBAC 阅读理解答案 51.B 推理判断题。由前三段可知,专家们认为熊之所以学会了敲门骗得人们上当使其 能进入居民的家中, 可能是因为某一次这只熊轻推屋门被屋主人误认为是有人敲门从而将门 打开使其得以入室,熊由此得到了启发,此后常故伎重演,故他们认为熊是在偶然中无意学 会的,即 by accident。 52.C 指代关系题。由第五段中 as he walked in 可知,熊走进屋来,好像这是世界上再 正常不过的事情,it 就指熊当时很自然地走进屋子,故选 C。 53.A 细节理解题。由倒数第二段可知,在当地周围的树林里,熊是很常见的动物,但 是之前还没有谁听说过熊敲门的事情,可知 A 项正确,这很不寻常。 54.D 细节理解题。最后一段 Mum Nevenka Loknar 说,这只熊非常聪明,他们设了许 多障碍以阻止熊进到家里来,但它还是通过钢丝栏。这使她感到很惊讶。 55.C 推理判断题。由第一则广告的标题可知是面向吉他爱好者的,广告头三句以三个 问题提出二般吉他学习者关心的问题或困扰他们的问题,以此激起他们的兴趣和学习欲望。 56.A 细节理解题。510-333-9091 是第一则广告的联系电话,从标题 Guitar Lessons for Guitar Players 可知其广告对象为弹吉他者,即音乐爱好者 57.B 信息计算题。由第二则广告中的 Prices are very reasonable at only $45 a month.可知学习 六个月每人要交 270,注意题干中的 They each。 58.B 信息计算题。由$12 per class drop-in or $45 for a pre-paid set of4 classes 可知,比较 两种交费方式, 可知 8 节课即到即学的学费$96, 而一次交 8 节课(即预付两套)的学费为$90, 可节省 6 美元。 59.A 定期对茶树进行剪枝, 一是不让茶树长得太高(通常 60~90 厘米高为宜), 二是能让 茶树发出新枝芽。

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60.C 由第二段第二、三句话可得知答案。 61.C 第一步是“the young green leaves are first spread out on shelves to dry”;第二步是“the leaves are passed through heavy rollers”;第三步是“the leaves are spread out on floors and left to ferment under wet conditions”;第四步是“The fermented leaves are then dried with a hot-air blower until they become rolled-up black leaves”;第五步也是最后一步即“sort and grade them before the black tea is ready for sale to countries all over the world”。 62.D 本文讲述了茶叶的种植、采摘和加工的过程。 63.C 作者的写作目的就是要报告他们的研究成果。 64.B 由第三段中的“dinner conversation is likely to center on the oldest child, who has the most to talk about, and the youngest, who needs the most attention”可推知 middle chidren 往往 被人忽视。 65.D 由第三段第一句话可得知答案。 66.C 由第二段中的“In general the more question asking the parents do, the higher the children?s IQ scores.”一句话可推知答案。 67.A 全文讲述的是现在的人们喜欢的冒险运动及喜欢的原因。 68.A 由第一段最后一句话和第二段第一句话可推知答案。 69.C 人们喜欢冒险运动, 是因为它们能带来刺激, 这说明日常生活中缺少这种刺激。 文 章第三段给出了答案。 70.A 读完全文可推断出“thrill”是像“蹦极”一样的冒险运动所带给人的一种很强的刺激 感。 71. It is certain that 76.As society develops 72.are well worth reading 77.pretended to be reading 73.is being bitten 78.To be honest 74.to which I attach 79.have dreamed/dreamt of joining 75. will be admitted into/ to 80.must have felt very nervous One possible version: The Phoenix Mountain is a place of interest. Every day, it welcomes a great many visitors. Years ago, a few people didn?t care about the environment protection there. For example, waste paper, plastic bags and tins carelessly disposed could be seen everywhere. A few visitors not only
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killed animals, caught birds, but also picked up flowers and dug trees. What?s more, some of them set fire for cooking in the woods. People showed a real concern over the problem . And fortunately, measures have been taken to deal with the problem. As a result, the environment there has changed. For example, the visitors take away their rubbish. They do not hunt any more. Besides, people protect trees and all kinds of plants. Furthermore, all the tourists bring their food for lunch by themselves in order not to cause fire Now, it is more beautiful than before. We must sing high praise for the good deeds

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