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第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 20 小题; 每小题 0.5 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,并在答题纸上 将该选项标号涂黑。 1.I advise you to stay away from

Maria.Although she is usually easy-going, she ________ quite annoying sometimes. A.can B.may C.must D.should 2.Recognized as ________ world cultural heritage by the United Nations in 2002, paper cutting is ________ practice which originated in ancient China. A.the; a B.a; a C.the; the D.a; the 3.Although chatting on line has exploded in popularity in recent years, there is no ________ for a face-to-face conversation. A.privilege B.affection C.substitute D.adjustment 4.How old you grow is a factor that you can influence, ________ that is determined by your lifestyle. A.what B.one C.something D.anything 5.The Nobel Prizes are to be given to the people or institutions who have achieved the most, ________ which country they are from. A.in spite of B.in terms of C.in the form of D.regardless of 6.A study of ancient writings and evidence ________ that for the past 5,000 years, cats have been kept as pets. A.show B.shows C.showed D.had showed 7.After graduation, Hawking went on to do some of the most important scientific research ever ________. A.carrying out B.carried out C.to be carried out D.was carried out 8.The ________ possibility of everyone having a home computer which will do everything for you is under discussion. A.absolute B.permanent C.practical D.adequate 9.Some of the old beliefs passed down from one generation to another ________ the present thinking. A.agree with B.deal with C.put up with D.come up with 10.He found it _____ difficult to read, for his eyesight was beginning to fail. A.frequently B.merely C.eventually D.increasingly 11.The nationwide emergence alert system will be ________ in the near future. A.on purpose B.in place C.on sale D.in charge 12.At first he refused to admit his guilt, but when he was shown the evidence he ________ and confessed.
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A.broke down B.broke out C.broke in D.broke up 13.One advantage of living in a high rise is that you can get a good ________ of the city. A.sight B.scene Cview D.look 14.In our daily life, we often come across occasions ________ we have to tell white lies to avoid hurting others. A.that B.which C.when D.where 15.Though she said she was not lonely, she wanted to find a friend ________ her happiness and sorrow. A.with whom to share B.whom to share C.to share with D.who to share with 16.—________! What are you doing? —Oh, I?m just trying to feed the rabbit with some beef, Dad. A.Good Heavens B.Nonsense C.You bet D.Guess what 17.Steven?s exam results put him ________ the top ten students in his grade. A.among B.between C.in D.at 18.—Mum, why do you keep staring at me? Have I done anything wrong? —You look stupid! The way you are dressed is ________ annoys me most. A.which B.where C.how D.what 19.Was it in October, 2010, if I may ask, ________ the new Shanghai-Hangzhou Express Railway was put into use? A.which B.when C.that D.how 20.Nancy ran a grocery store at New Cross for three years ________ she decided to move into a better place nearby. A.once B.since C.before D.after 第二节:完型填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 21—40 题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 The Healing Jim and his wife, Connie, were shocked by the loss of their four-month-old son—Joshua, whose life was taken by SIDS—sudden infant death syndrome. Thirty hours ago Jim drove to the baby-sitter?s home to __21__ Joshua.It was a __22__ trip, like the one he made five days every week.He arrived, and little Joshua could not be __23__ from his nap.The next few hours were a time of life and death: the racing ambulance, swift-moving doctors and nurses….but 12 hours later, at children?s Hospital, __24__ the doctors had exhausted all __25__, little Joshua was gone. Yes, they wanted __26__ of Joshua?s usable organs to be donated. That was not a __27__ decision for Jim and Connie, a loving and __28__ couple. The next morning dawned and many things had to be arranged.Telephone calls and funeral plans.__29__ one point Jim realized he needed a __30__.When Jim settled into the chair __31__ the barber?s, he began to __32__ the past hours, trying to __33__ some sense of it all.__34__ had Joshua, their first-born, the child they had waited so long for, been taken so soon….he had __35__ begun his life….The question kept coming, and the pain in Jim?s heart just __36__ him.
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While talking with the barber, Jim mentioned the organ donations, looking at his watch: “They are transplanting one of his heart valves(瓣膜) right now.” The __37__ stopped and stood motionless.Finally she spoke, but it was only a whisper.“You?re not going to believe this….but about an hour ago the customer sitting in this chair wanted me to hurry __38__ she could get to Children?s Hospital. __39__ here so full of joy…. prayers had been answered. She her Today her baby granddaughter is receiving a __40__ needed transplant—a heart valve.” Jim?s healing began. 21.A.pick out B.pick up C.set out D.set up 22.A.routine B.annual C.average D.random 23.A.conveyed B.transplanted C.awakened D.convinced 24.A.though B.since C.because D.as 25.A.medicine B.strength C.attempts D.spirits 26.A.part B.few C.some D.all 27.A.good B.difficult C.stupid D.wise 28.A.giving B.tiring C.boring D.thinking 29.A.Of B.In C.On D.At 30.A.haircut B.break C.donation D.decision 31.A.with B.at C.by D.near 32.A.decide on B.reflect on C.keep on D.focus on 33.A.get B.take C.hold D.make 34.A.How B.Why C.Whether D.If 35.A.barely B.nearly C.seldom D.almost 36.A.covered B.drowned C.enveloped D.choked 37.A.hairdresser B.customer C.father D.parent 38.A.since B.as C.so D.and 39.A.arrived B.left C.stayed D.sat 40.A.desperately B.disappointedly C . absolutely D.obviously 第二部分:阅读理解(第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 第一节:阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳 选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 A In the lumberyard by the lake, where trees were turned into boards for construction work, there was an old brick building two floors high, and all around the outside walls were great piles of soft sawdust (锯木屑) .That afternoon, bored with having nothing else to do, all the fellows followed Michael up the ladder to the roof of the old building and they sat there with their legs hanging over the edge.Suddenly Michael said, “I dare you to jump down,” and without thinking about it, he pushed himself off the roof and fell on the sawdust, where he lay rolling around and laughing.“I dare you all!” he shouted.“You?re all cowards (胆小鬼),” he said, encouraging them to follow him.Still laughing, he watched them looking down from the roof, white-faced and hesitant, and then one by one they jumped and got up
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grinning (咧嘴笑) with relief. In the hot afternoon sunlight they all lay on the sawdust pile telling jokes till at last one of the fellows said, “Come on up the old roof again and jump down.” There wasn?t much enthusiasm among them, but they all went up to the roof again and began to jump off in a determined, desperate way till only Michael was left.Michael wanted to jump down there and be with them, but he remained on the edge of the roof, wetting his lips, with a silly grin on his face, wondering why it had not seemed such a long drop the first time. a while the fellows thought he was only fooling them, but For then they saw him fixing his fist tight.He tried to count to ten and then jump, and when that failed, he tried to take a long breath and close his eyes.In a while the fellows grew tired of waiting and began to laugh at him.“Who did this in the first place? What?s the matter with you?” It was near dinner time and all of them got up and walked away. For a long time Michael remained on the edge of the roof, staring unhappily and steadily at the ground. clothes were wet from nervous sweating. last he closed His At his eyes, slipped off the roof, fell heavily on the sawdust and lay there for a long time.As he lay there he wondered why he had been unable to jump.Then he got up slowly and walked home feeling deeply ashamed and wanting to avoid everybody. 41.Why did the boys first decide to climb onto the roof of the building? A.To test their courage. B.To kill time. C.To avoid their parents. D.To get a better view. 42.When the boys jumped down after Michael, they ________. A.were not afraid at all B.wanted to do it again immediately C.were glad they had got down safely D.found the jump easier than expected 43.How did Michael?s friends react when he didn?t make the jump immediately? A.They left him immediately. B.They were not surprised. C.They felt very discouraged. D.They thought he was joking. 44.When Michael finally jumped down the second time, he ________. A.was very proud of himself B.improved on his first jump C.wanted to know what had stopped him D.was not so angry with his friends any more B Here are six questions about your approach to life.Try to answer them as honestly as you can. Are you hard driving and competitive? Are you usually pressed for time? Do you want to control others? Do you have a strong need to do better than others in most things? Do you eat too quickly?
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Do you get upset when you have to wait for anything? If you have answered “yes” to most of these questions, then I can make a few predictions(预测)about you, based on a recent eight-year study of nearly two thousand people who live the way that you do. You likely find that life is full of challenges and you often need to keep two or more projects moving at the same time. chances are that you have been to college, The that you have a management job and that you bring work home at night.You think that you put more effort into your job than many of the people you work with, and you certainly take your work more seriously than most of them.You get angry easily, and if someone is being long-winded(拐弯抹角的), you help them get to the point.You also have trouble finding the time to get your hair cut. And there?s one other thing.You are about twice as likely to have a heart attack as someone who takes a more easygoing approach to life. The beginnings of your hard-driving behavior go right back to childhood.In school you got recognition and perhaps prizes for being quick and bright, for being an achiever, for competing with others and for winning.You likely went on from school to get a series of increasingly better jobs against pretty stiff competition.They were jobs where you had to care about the results, where you constantly had to push things forward and get things done.In your present job you also feel some conflict, either with time or with other people.Some of those you work with don?t seem able to understand the simplest ideas, and they often put a brake 约束) what you?re trying ( on to achieve.The conflict may not take place every day.You pride yourself on being able to keep the lid on.But it?s always there, under the surface. 45.It can be concluded from the last paragraph that this hard-driving character ________. A.has been developed since childhood B.may be changed by your experiences C.will place no influence on your work D.will cause you more conflicts 46.Which of the following words is NOT proper to describe this type of people? A.Competitive B.Nervous C.Easygoing D.Ambitious 47.What does the author mean by the last sentence of the passage? A.The lid will always remain in place B.The conflict may occur any moment C.The situation is always under your control D.You are able to solve the problem 48.We can infer from the passage that hard-driving character ________. A.does harm to your health B.helps you fit in with the new situation quickly C.gets you more prizes D.contributes a lot to your career success C Lego, the inventor of those colorful bricks that have inspired kids? imaginations world-wide, has celebrated its 50th anniversary.
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On January 28, 1958, a man named Godtfred Kirk Christiansen created the plastic building bricks that can now be found in almost every child?s toy box.The simple building block has become one of the most well-known and popular toys around the world. “The Lego brick continues to be very attractive, because it allows children, and others, to develop their creativity and imagination,” said Charlotte Simonsen, a spokeswoman of the Danish Lego company. The company?s building brick allows an infinite number of links.With just two bricks there are 24 different links, and with six, there are 915 million possibilities, according to Lego. A half-century after its creation, more than 400 million children and adults spend five billion hours a year putting the bricks together and pulling them apart.Also, the bricks made today can still interlock with those made in 1958. Lego bricks are not just child?s play: they also attract the interest of adults. South Korean adventurer, Heo Young-Ho, who climbed Mount Everest in 1987, left a Lego toy behind in the snow during his climb. After its great success Lego experienced a severe crisis at the end of the 1990s, hit hard by fierce competition from electronic games.This so-called “Toy of the Century” then suffered a dark period that lasted several years. With great efforts, the company began to prosper again, and in 2006 it earned about 1.5 billion dollars in 130 countries.Seven boxes of Lego are now sold every second around the world, and 19 billion bricks are produced each year: enough to encircle the Earth five times! 49.The author gave the example of South Korean adventurer Heo Young-Ho in order to prove that ________. A.Heo Youn-Ho also loved playing Lego bricks B.the Lego bricks made him a mountain climber C.the Lego bricks not only interest children but also adults D.the Lego bricks are a must when on goes on an adventure 50.It can be inferred from the text that ________. A.there are 915 different links with just 6 bricks B. Lego Bricks Company has made a lot of money from the people worldwide the C.the Lego Bricks can?t compare with computer games D.the bricks made today don?t change much compared with those made in 1958 51.The underlined word “hit” in the seventh paragraph means ________. A.to be defeated in a fight or a competition B.to have a crash in an accident or a fight C.to get known through a song D.to attack somebody in a fight 52.The main idea of the story is that ________. A.Lego bricks: its origin and development B.Lego bricks: an attraction of both children and adults C.Lego bricks: making creativity and imagination D.Lego bricks: making billions of money every year
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D World Reading Day was set up by the UNESCO in 1995 to encourage people, especially teenagers, to discover the pleasure of reading.It is also the day to honor great writers, for example, William Shakespeare. Many countries celebrated World Reading Day.Take the UK as an example, on that day, millions of schoolchildren can buy books of a special price, a much lower price than usual, in any bookstore.It has been done every year since 1998.World Reading Day 2010 in the UK will take place on Thursday 4th March.Please note that this date applies to the UK and Ireland only.The initiative is so well established in schools there that they want to make sure that the Day happens in term time to really make the most of this opportunity to celebrate books and reading.Most other countries hold World Reading Day on 23 rd April every year. World Reading Day is also celebrated in China.Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao, an avid reader, does lots of reading every day though he is very busy.On World Reading Day 2009 he encouraged citizens to do more reading.Wen suggested that young people should spend more time reading.“Books cannot change the world, but people can change the world by changing themselves through reading.” Reading can benefit people in many ways.Reading helps us to follow the latest developments of science and technology.Reading gives us information about other cultures and places of the world.Reading is also one of the most important ways to learn a foreign language like English. “Reading makes a full man” (Bacon, 1597) Books, magazines, newspapers and . other kinds of reading materials can help us to know more about the outside world and perfect us.Therefore, it is necessary for us to spend time on reading every day. 53.Which of the following statements about World Reading Day is TURE? A.It was set up to encourage people to learn English. B.China also celebrates it on 4th March every year. C.Great writers are also honored on that day. D.Only since 1998 has the UK begun to celebrate it. 54.The possible meaning of the word “avid” in paragraph 3 is ________. A.eager B.free C.slow D.careful 55.According to the passage, reading can bring the following benefits EXCEPT ________. A.helping people learn a foreign language well B.helping people know more about other cultures C.helping people recognize the importance of science D.helping people understand the outside world 56.What?s the best title for the passage? A.It?s Time to Read! B.Reading Makes a Full Man. C.Change the World by Reading. D.World Reading Day and Reading. E People who have a fear of ugly insects will want to stay far away from Lake Tawakoni State Park in north Texas, US.A giant spider web was recently found there.The thick web is swarming (云集) with millions of little spiders.
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Stretching across several acres it blankets a number of trees, bushes and even the ground. While the web may make some people nervous, it has become a big attraction for others—especially for unlucky insects.“At first, it was so white that it looked like fairyland,” said Donna Garde, the park?s manager.“Now it?s filled with so many mosquitoes that it?s turned a little brown.” Most spiders work alone, which is why the discovery of the huge web has caused such a stir.Scientists across the country have been debating its origin. Some spider experts? say the monstrous web may have been weaved by social spiders . Social spiders work together to build larger webs to catch small insects.However, those webs take years to build.Park officials say this web was formed in just a few months. Others say it could be the work of millions of tiny ballooning spiders. These types of spiders ?fly? by throwing out thin threads of silk, which they use to ride air currents (气流)In 2002, a similar giant web made by ballooning spiders was discovered in a . field in Canada. Texas entomologist (昆虫学家) Herbert Pase says the giant web is very unusual.“From what I?m hearing, it could be a once-in-a-life-time event,” he said. But John Jackman, an entomologist and professor at Texas A&M University, disagrees.Jackman says he hears reports of similar webs, like the one in Canada, every few years.“There are a lot of folks that don?t realize spiders do that,” he said.“Until we get some samples sent to us, we won?t know what species of spider we?re talking about.” Park officials expect the web to last until fall when the weather gets cooler. That?s when the spiders begin dying off in the park. 57.Where can you probably find this passage? A.In a tourist guide. B.In a newspaper. C.In a research report. D.In an advertisement. 58.What is the main reason for scientists? excitement and argument about the giant web? A.Most spiders work alone, which makes it hard to understand how the web formed. B . The huge web causes too many mosquitoes to be killed, which is unbelievable. C.No similar discoveries have ever been made throughout the world so far. D.The web forces people to stay far away from Lake Tawakoni State Park. 59.Which of the following sentences will John Jackman most probably agree to? A.Possibly such a big web can only be seen once in one?s whole life. B.The web will be there as long as the weather is warm enough. C.It is not very uncommon for spiders to weave big webs like that. D.A lot of spiders will die off for the sake of the big web. 60.Which of the following sentences about the web in north Texas is true according to the passage? A.It is not certain yet what spiders made the web.
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B.What makes the web special is its color. C.It took years for the web to come into being. D.The web is used by spiders to protect themselves. 第二节:某校正在开展课外阅读小组活动 Peter, Helen, Catherine, Elizabeth 和 Jessica 想根据自己小组成员的喜好(61—65)找一篇英语阅读材料。阅读下 面某报纸的文章摘要(A, B, C, D, E, F) ,选出适合他们的文章,并在答题纸 上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是多余选项。 61.Peter?s group members are fond of an article which can help them to find something that can both challenge their intelligence and provide entertainment. 62.Helen?s group members are fashionable and fond of advanced technology.They like reading something that can provide them with inspirations in achieving success and changing people?s way of life. 63. Catherine?s group members are athletic and spend a lot of time working out. They are fond of any stories about stars in the sports world. 64.Elizabeth?s group members want to read some articles which can help them keep pace with the trend of fashion.They hope to find in the article some hints on helping improve their appearances. 65.Jessica?s group members are keen on becoming volunteers and therefore are looking for some articles that can increase their chances of being chosen. A B Wang’s little big ideas Showcase for talent Apps are transforming smart phones into Susan Boyle, you better watch multi-tasking gadgets that can locate out.Semifinal day on China?s Got a good restaurant and even help you Talent is fast approaching and these with your love life.As the iPhone4 contestants just might push you off hits China, Zhang Chunmei meets your pedestal (宝座) Like them or . the Chinese programmer behind an hate them, there?s no denying the App Store bestseller to find how a contestants are causing something of tiny idea can make a big difference a stir across the country . The and how apps influence our digital performers singled out on this page lifestyle. will certainly offer a show about which you?ll have something to say. C D Top of the crops Movie messes with your head You might think Fashion Week is about Driving home from a screening of dresses rather than hairstyles.But Inception, my husband said to me: “I you?d be wrong . Whether the don?t know how you are going to models are in New York, London or write about this movie. “What, you ” Milan, who?s sporting the prettiest, mean without giving anything trendiest or most shocking hairstyle away?” I asked.“No,” he said.“I is as hot a topic as the clothes on the don?t know how you are going to catwalk . Despite the many hair explain what it?s about.” The film, highlights of the 2010 Fashion by writer-director Christopher Week, we?ve managed to comb Nolan, is a gorgeous, technically
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through the masses of material to perfect symphony (交响乐) of pick a few of our favorites here. images and ideas. E F Woods to split Flowers set to bloom The marriage between the golf star and What exactly does it take for a young his wife is officially over.Official woman to be considered a “campus divorce papers state that “the flower?” Some say beauty is in the marriage between the parties is eye of the beholder, but surely there irretrievably broken”, thus bringing must be certain essential to an end the couple?s six-year criteria.Perhaps we can get some marriage. Woods and Nordgren have answers by taking a closer look lived apart since Woods? November inside the training camp of the 2009 car crash, which was followed Universiade Star in Shenzhen, a by Woods? public admission of a competition organized to select the series of affairs with other women. guides, waiters, torchbearers and flag bearers for the 2011 games. 非选择题部分(共 40 分) 第三部分 写作 (共二小节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(满分 10 分) 下面文中共有 10 处语言错误, 要求你在错误的地方增加、 删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(/\) ,并在该句下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 例如: It was very nice to get your invitation to spend /\ weekend with you.Luckily I was the am completely free then, so I?ll to say “yes”.I?ll arrive in Bristol at around 8 pm in Friday on evening. In March 1984, Dr John Fellows, who lived in England, and decided to visit his married daughter in the USA.He bought a return air ticket to New York and flew Kennedy Airport.When he reached, however, he realized that he had forgotten his daughter?s address.Worse even, he discovered he can?t remember her family name too! Dr Fellows spent several hours at the airport tried to think what his daughter?s name was and where it was which she lived, but with much luck.Eventually, he decided that he would have to give up his plan to visit her and he caught a next plane back to England. 第二节 书面表达 (满分 30 分) 最近你校英文报发起了一次就热点话题征文的活动,请你根据以下要求写一
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篇短文投稿。 一、话题:高中生写博客 二、学生观点:1、缓解学习压力 2、展示自己才能 三、父母老师观点:1、浪费时间和精力 四、你的观点和理由:。。。 。。。 注意:词数 100-120 左右。文章开头已给出,不计入总词数。 Nowadays, there is a growing tendency that high school students have their own blogs on the Internet.

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参考答案 第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 20 小题; 每小题 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 1---5 ABCBD 6---10 BBCAD 11---15 BACCA 16---20 AADCC 第二节:完型填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 21---25 BACAC 26---30 DBADA 31---35 BBDBA 36---40 CACBA 第二部分:阅读理解(第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 41---44 BCDC 45---48 ACBD 49---52 CDAA 53---56 CACD 57---60 BACA 61---65 DAECF 第三部分 写作 (共二小节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(满分 10 分) In March 1984, Dr John Fellows, who lived in England, and decided to visit his married daughter in the USA.He bought a return air ticket to New York and flew/\ Kennedy Airport.When he to reached, however, he realized that he had forgotten his daughter?s address.Worse even, he arrived still discovered he can?t remember her family name too! Dr Fellows spent several hours at the couldn?t either airport tried to think what his daughter?s name was and where it was which she lived, but trying that with much luck.Eventually, he decided that he would have to give up his plan to visit her and he no caught a next plane back to England. the 第二节 书面表达 (满分 30 分) One possible version: Nowadays, there is a growing tendency that high school students have their own blogs on the Internet.It?s said that blogs can provide a platform to show their talent.And it is also regarded as a useful way to release their pressure.However, many parents and teachers hold the view that managing a blog will take too much time and energy which should be used to study instead. Personally, I?m in favor of this activity.As high school students of the so-called information age, we need to learn as much as possible about the computer technology.A blog can help us get familiar with the computer as well as the Internet and therefore enable us
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to keep pace with the development of the society.Anyway, the blog itself is of no harm. is our attitude towards it that really counts. long as we make proper use of It So it, it will surely do us good instead of harm.

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