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冀 州 市 中 学 2015-2016 学年仿真考试二 英 语 试 题

5. What is the woman? A. She is a librarian. B. She is a bank clerk. C. She is a college teacher.

第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白,每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A B C 三个选项中选出最佳

本试卷分第 I 卷(选择题)和第 II 卷(非选择题) 。考试结束后,将本试卷和答案卡一并交回。 第I卷 注意事项: 1.答第 I 卷前考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡上。 2.选出每小题答案前,用 2B 铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦 干净后,再选涂其他答案标号框,不能答在本试卷上,否则无效。

选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读每个小题,每小题 5 秒钟; 听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听下面一段对话,回答第 6、7 题。 6.What sport did Joe take part in? A. The relay race. B. The high jump. C. The long jump.

7.Who won the men’s 100-meter race? A. John. B. Peter C. Bob

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.When did the party begin in fact? A. At 6:30 pm. B. At 7 pm. C. At 7:30pm.

听下面一段对话,回答第 8、9 题。 8. Which month is it now? A. May B. July C. September

9.What will the man do in July? A. Conduct a research project. 听下面一段对话,回答第 10—12 题。 10.What did the woman forget to do this morning? A. To turn off her radio. B. To talk with her neighbor. C. To give her dad a message. 11.When does the woman wake up every morning? A. At four. B. At four thirty. C. At five. B. Attend a conference. C. Type his paper up.

2.Where did the woman go during her visit to Europe? A. France. B. Finland C. Iceland.

3.Why did the man apologize to the woman? A. He forgot to bring the woman’s book. B. He lost the book the woman lent him. C. He couldn’t lend the book to the woman. 4.What will the man do on Sunday morning? A. Take his son to the park. B. Stay with his parents at home. C. Do shopping with his wife.

12. Why does the woman feel tired? A. She can’t sleep well because of the noise. B. Her family is always angry with her. C. She is very busy with her work. 听下面一段对话,回答第 13—16 题。 13. What has Alice decided to learn? A. Art. B. Medicine C. Music

14. Who is the woman? A. She’s Alice’s teacher. B. She’s Alice’s friend. 15. What is said about an artist’s income? A. About sixty percent of the average people’s. B. Six times more than the average people’s. C. Sixty percent more than the average people’s. 16. What will the speakers do next? A. They will go out for supper. B. They will have a talk with Alice. C. They will give Alice some money. 听下面一段对话,回答第 17—20 题。 17. Where did the story probably happen? A. In a clothing shop. B. At a bus station. C. In a restaurant. Just go with it When it comes to humor, people in some countries warned visitors not to take it too seriously. Mexico is such a place where people like to laugh at others. The best family dinners are the ones where everyone is laughing out loud at making fun of someone at the table. They don’t mean to harm. They just do it for fun. So visitors should feel accepted not offended. Keep it down In some countries, you should be careful about your volume. In France, a loud tone of voice, particularly in a one-to-one conversation, can be rude. French use different volumes for different situations. In a café, you can’t overhear a discussion at the nearest table, even if it is only two or three feet away. So when you are in France, try to keep your voice down in most public places. Hands off In some Southeast Asian countries, such as Thailand and Malaysia, never touch anyone’s head or pass anything from above the head. Head is considered to be the most sacred body part. Such touch is not good even in informal situations. C. She’s Alice’s sister. The number matters In some cultures, giving the wrong amount of an item can be worse than no present at all. Do not give even numbers of flowers as a gift in Russia because that’s for dead people. Odd numbers of flowers are given for happy occasions, like one, three, five or seven flowers.

18. How did the young people feel when the old lady came to them? A. Embarrassed. B. Delighted. C. Surprised.

19.What did the young couple do when the old lady left? A. They waved her goodbye. with her. 20. What can we know from the story? A. The old lady was kind and polite B. The couple was glad to do a good deed. C. The manager thought they were a family. 第二部分 阅读理解 (共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节 (共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项 (A 、B 、C A When you are in a foreign country, it's common for you to make mistakes when you don’t know the local etiquette (礼仪). 和 D )中,选出最佳选项。 B. They called a taxi for her. C. They took a photo

21. According to the text, which of the following things you should not do in Thailand? A. Giving even numbers of flowers B. Laughing out loud at making fun of someone at the table C. Passing anything from above the head D. Talking in a very loud voice 22. The word “offended” underlined in the second part probably means ________. A. welcomed B. displeased C. abused D. insulted

23. Which conclusion can we draw from the text?

A. When in Rome, do as the Romans do. C. No cross, no crown. B

B. East or west, home is the best. D. A constant guest is never welcome.

25.What is the main idea of Paragraph Two? A. Raghu’s influence on people. C. Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam’s talk. B. An experience of flying in the air. D. Raghu’s dream in the future

Raghu Makwana lost his legs,but his kindness is ever-present.One of his many kindness efforts is the Tulsi project. Whenever he learns of a family with some conflicts or even violent abuse, Raghu courageously walks in to spread good cheer and gifts them a Tulsi plant. Most of these are complete strangers.Sometimes he’ll recite a prayer,sometimes he’ll talk about wise saints( 圣人 ) ,sometimes he’ll share stories. Hearing hopeful messages from a young man without legs is quite transformative! When he leaves the holy Tulsi plant, people accept it as a blessing;as they care for the plant, and are reminded of its presence every day,they sometimes grow in empathy(移情作用).To date,he has given out more than 500 of these plants, one at a time. Let alone folks in the slums( 贫民窟 ), Raghu even attracts famous people. Once , a philanthropist(慈善家)gave a talk to the slum kids and described the experience of flying in a plane.A few weeks later,it so turned out that Spice Jet Airlines donated an entire plane for that whole group of slum children and young adults, including Raghu, to “fly in the air’.Miss India herself received them at the airport, and personally chatted with Raghu about life in the slums, as they were all gifted a royal tour of a big city. Even more recently, when Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam,the former president of India,was giving a talk, he was deeply inspired by Rashu. As a Lok Mitra fellow for our Moved By Love team,Raghu continues to share his sympathy in creative ways.To start 20ll,Raghu gave birth to one of his dreams.When he lived out on the streets,he often felt deeply moved by others on the streets who had even less than him.He put together a team of five everyday folks,(one of whom is blind!),who would make small sacrifices in their own lives to support delivery of hand--cooked meals for some of the absolutely neglected people on the streets. They appropriately named it “Food of Sacrifice”. 24.Which of the following is NOT included in the Tulsi project? A. Solving conflicts between people. C. Giving people plants as gifts. B. Giving people food. D. Telling stories to people.

26.“Food of Sacrifice ”is_________________. A. an organization for women and children C. a source of Raghu’s income 27.The article is written mainly by______. A. giving examples figures C Do you have memories of being kidnapped (绑架) by aliens (外星人) and taken away rapidly in a spaceship? You wouldn’t be alone. Several thousand people worldwide reported to have had such experiences, researchers say. But in a new study, a psychology expert at London’s Goldsmiths College says these experiences are proof of the weakness of the human memory, rather than evidence of life in outer space. “Maybe what we’re dealing with here is false memories, and not that people are actually being kidnapped and taken aboard spaceships,” says Professor Chris French, who surveyed 19 so-called victims. Several of the victims reported being taken away from their beds or cars by alien creatures around four feet high, with long and lean arms and legs and oversized heads, French said. Some men said they were forced to take painful medical examinations by the aliens. Many of the alien experiences could be explained by sleep paralysis, a condition in which a person is awake and aware of the surroundings but is unable to move. Sleep paralysis often leads to hallucinations —the experience of seeing or feeling something that is not really there and 40 percent of people experience the state at least once in their lives, French said. A rich imagination was also at play. Several of the alien victims were more likely to fantasize and reported to have seen ghosts (幽灵) and have unnatural abilities. “People have very rich fantasy lives,” said French, who is due to present his findings at a public seminar at London’s Science Museum on Wednesday. “So much that they often

B. an action from the government D. a project organized by Raghu

B. making comparisons

C. giving definition

D. listing

mix up what’s happening in their heads with what is going on in the real world.” 28. According to Chris French, if someone told you an alien experience again, you might _____. A. believe the story C. wonder why B. just laugh it away D. report it to the police

is the way. So treasure every moment that you have. And remember that time waits for no one. So stop waiting until you finish school, until you go back to school; until you get married, until you get divorced; until you have kids; until you retire; until you get a new car or home; until spring; until you are born again to decide that there is no better time than right now to be happy? Happiness is a journey, not a destination. So, work like you don't need money, love like you've never been hurt, and dance like no one's watching. 32. In the third paragraph, the author uses Alfred Souza’s quote in order to ________. A. support his viewpoint C. enrich the content of the article B. introduce one more topic D. compare their different views on happiness

29. The underlined word “fantasize” in Paragraph 4 probably means _____. A. use vivid imagination C. have good memories B. tell the truth D. make up excuses

30. What is the author’s attitude towards alien experiences? A. Puzzling. B. Supportive. C. Respectful. D. Opposed

31. Where can this passage probably be found? A. A science magazine. C. A science fiction. B. A textbook. D. A storybook. D. Happiness is a journey We always convince ourselves that life will be better after we get married, have a baby, than another. Then we are frustrated that the kids aren't old enough and we'll be more content when they are. After that we're frustrated that we have teenagers to deal with. We will certainly be happy when they are out of that stage. We always tell ourselves that our life will be complete when our spouse (配偶) gets his or her act together. When we get a nice car, and are able to go on a nice vacation when we retire. The truth is, there's no better time than right now. If not now, when? Our life will always be filled with challenges. It's best to admit this to ourselves and decide to be happy anyway. One of my favorite quotes comes from Alfred Souza. He said, "for a long time it had seemed to me that life was about to begin a real life. But there was always some obstacle in the way, something to be gotten through first, some unfinished business, time still to be served, a debt to be paid. Then life would begin. At last it dawned on me that these obstacles were my life." This perspective has helped me to see that there is no way to happiness. Happiness

33. The underlined word “this” in the second paragraph probably refers to“________”. A. Life will be better after we get married, have a baby and another. B. Our life will be complete when our spouse gets his or her act together. C. When we retire, we are able to go on a nice holiday D. Our life is always filled with challenges. 34. The best title of the text might be ________. A. Owning the present is owning the future B. Pursuing Happiness is Nature of Us Humans C. Happiness is a journey, not a destination. D. How to Possess Real Happiness 35. The main idea of the second paragraph is that ________. A. Only when we get whatever we want can we feel our life is complete. B. Whatever happens in our life, we should live at present. C. We shouldn’t enjoy happiness at present but in the future. D. We cannot enjoy happiness now because we are facing many challenges 第二节(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 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。 It’s normal to wake briefly during the night. 36 But if you’re waking up during

the night and having trouble falling back asleep, the following tips may help. Stay out of your head. The key to getting back to sleep is continuing to prepare

your body for sleep, so remain in bed in a relaxed position. Hard as it may be, try not to stress over the fact that you’re awake, because that very stress and anxiety encourage your body to stay awake. 38 37

weekends __42__ Chinese people are still busy with work, and have dinner at home together with families on weekends or __43__ time watching TV. The difference is mainly due to cultural customs and traditions __44__ the two countries. It is said that Chinese people are living for others, while Americans are for __45__.When Chinese people come to the United States, they fight for __46__ first, and then desperately make money after they are recognized by others. It seems that, the purpose to earn money is not to enjoy life, __47__ for their following generations: sons and daughters and even grandchildren. Chinese people prefer to save money __48__ emergency' such as illness. Although Chinese people with __49__ in the United States don't need to worry about their own social welfare and health insurance, they work still very hard, __50__ they hope that they can save more money. Chinese people's interest is in the amount on the passbook, so they spend __51__ money usually. Most of Chinese are very thrifty(节俭的; 节约的), and they are __52__ to spend money, but there are exceptions. They are willing to spend money on their __53__. Many Chinese people think that, they endure many __54__, so they wish that their children could live much better. Therefore, in the United States elementary schools, you can see that those who __55__the best clothes, with more pocket money are Chinese students. In contrast, American children dress very simply, with just a little pocket money. __56 __ Chinese, Americans believe in living for themselves. They do everything for their own. __57__, they earn money to enjoy a __58__ life, and pursue a higher quality of life. As for their own parents or children, they think that parents have their own pension and social welfare, and children should live a(n) __59__ life when they are 18 years old. So they could boldly spend money on themselves. __60__, Americans save little

If you are finding it hard to fall back asleep, try a relaxation technique

such as visualization(想象), or deep breathing, which can be done without even getting out of bed. Remind yourself that although they’re not a replacement for sleep, rest and relaxation still help refresh your body. Do a quiet, non-stimulating activity. If you’ve been awake for more than 15 minutes, try getting out of bed and doing a quiet, non-stimulating activity, such as reading a book. Keep the lights dim so as not to think that it’s time to wake up. 39 A light

snack might relax you, but be careful not to eat so much that your body begins to expect a meal at that time of the day. 40 If you wake during the night feeling anxious about something, make a brief

note of it on paper and delay worrying about it until the next day when you are fresh and it will be easier to resolve. A. Make relaxation your goal, not sleep. B. Put off worries and troubles. C. Use a flashlight to go to the bathroom at night. D. In fact, a good sleeper won’t even remember it. E. Also avoid screens of any kind-computers, TVs, cell phones, iPads. F. You’ll be much more productive and creative after a good night’s rest. G. A good way to stay out of your head is to focus on the feeling in your body.

第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(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。 Americans prefer to try every way to have fun. For example, they drive their own cars, some even tow a small boat after vehicle. They start from Los Angeles, California under sun, __41__ through four or five hundred miles to go to La Fulin, Colorado to spend

money. In the street, it is easy for Chinese to take out 300-400 dollars, but it is hard to say for Americans. 41.A. running 42.A. until 43.A. spend 44.A. through 45.A. themselves B. driving B. if B. take B. for B. theirs C. going C. while C. cost C. among C. them D. walking D. when D. pay D. between D. others

46.A. survival 47.A. or 48.A. in possession of case of 49.A. identity 50.A. though 51.A. large 52.A. easy 53.A. children 54.A. hardships sufferings 55.A. match 56.A. Different from Thanks to 57.A. Otherwise 58.A. better 59.A. single comfortable 60.A. In that case result

B. remainder B. nor B. on account of

C. existence C. but C. in spite of

D. material D. and D. in

was __65__ a school trip and __66__ (tell) to meet his teacher at the bus stop. She selflessly covered her own coat around his shoulders. Later, another woman at first gave him her scarf, and then wrapped him in her large jacket. Throughout the day, more and more people offered Johannes __67__(they) gloves and even the coats off their backs.

B. force B. unless B. few B. reluctant B. relatives B. problems

C. fame C. so C. much C. willing C. parents C. difficulties

D. power D. as D. little D. happy D. friends D.

__68__(actual),it was a hidden camera experiment by Norwegian charity SOS Children's Village as part of their winter campaign to collect __69__(donate) to help Syrian children get through the winter. Synne Ronning , the information head of the organization, also noted that the child was a volunteer who was never in any__70__(danger)situation during the filming. 第四部分 写作(共两节;满分 35 分)

B. decorate

C. dress

D. wear D.

第一节 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文, 请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有 10 处语言错误, 每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

B. Interested in

C. Similar to

B. However B. well B. independent

C. Therefore C. good C. different

D. Since D. rich D.

增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧), 并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下画划一横线, 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。

B. As a whole

C. In this way




2.只允许修改 l0 处, 多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 I'm Li Hua and I'm writing to apply for the assistant post you advertised on Internet.

第 II 卷 注意: 将答案写在答题卡上。写在本试卷上无效。 第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第二节(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1 个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 A boy trembled in the cold winter, __61__(wrap) his arms around himself on a bus stop bench. He __62__(wear) warm clothes and the temperature was -10℃. A heartbreaking scene! __63__ the good deeds of the ordinary people __64__witnessed the 11-year-old Johannes were both joyous and inspiring. A woman, sitting next to the boy, discovered he

It is stated in my resume, I graduated from Zhejiang University with outstanding academic performances. I have a good command of English, and which is an advantage when apply for a job like this. Among all the factor, cooperation is the most important strength of' a good assistant. I think I do good in the team work and I'm good at communicate with different people. Besides, I once get a part-time job in 2012 in Shandong Province and gained some precious work experience. Since your company attaches important to employees' creativity, that's an honor for me to be one of your staff. I'm positive that I can be capable of this job if offered the chance. Thanks for your consideration. 第二节: 书面表达(满分 25 分)

假如你是李华,最近你从报纸上看到一家涉外酒店招聘暑期兼职工的广告,请你根据下列要点提示 写一封应聘信。 1.李华,女,18 岁,身体健康。 2.擅长英语,口语流利。 3.性格外向,交际能力强。 注意: 1.词数 100 左右。 2.书信格式已经给出,不计入总词数。 3.可以适当拓展。 Dear Sir or Madame, ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ Yours, Li Hua

23. A. 本文主要通过介绍当人们去国外或在国外时,如果不了解那里的礼节,就很容易犯一些交 往错误。所以,我们从整篇文章得出的结论应该是要做到“入乡随俗”。故正确答案为 A 项。B 项 意为“在家千日好,出门一日难”;C 项意为“不经历风雨,怎么见得彩虹”;D 项意为“久住非 佳宾,常来不欢迎”,均与文章内容不符。 B 文 24.B 文章第一段第二句提到 the Tulsi project, 后面提到帮人解决矛盾,送绿植做礼物, 背祷词,谈圣人,分享故事,所以不包括 B 项。 25.A 第二段第一句即为全段主旨句,讲到不用说贫民窟的穷人,连名人都被 Raghu 吸引来乐于助 人了。 26.D 答案在文章最后一句话。Raghu 组建团队每天为大街上被忽视的人发饭,他们把这项活动叫 做“Food of Sacrifice”. 27.A 根据二、三段可知,分别采用了举例子的写作手法来说明 Raghu 如何乐于助人的

C 文 试题分析:本文说的是关于人类遇到外星人的传说。在最新公布的一项研究成果中,一位来 自英国伦敦戈德史密斯学院的专家表示, 这些所谓的奇特经历根本不能成为其它星系具有生命存在 的有力证据,只能证明那些人的记忆系统出了某些问题而已。 仿真二答案 6-10 BCABC 11-15 BAACA 16-20 BCCAC 28.

听力 1-5 BAACB

阅读 A 文【语篇导读】 :本文是一篇叙述文。主要介绍了当你在外国时,如果你不了解当地的礼节,你 就会犯一些错误。文中列举了几种场合下人们可以做和不可以做的情形。通过这些介绍,作者旨在 阐明一个几乎人人皆知的道理,那就是要“入乡随俗”。 21. C. 根据文中最后一部分中的信息“In some Southeast Asian countries, such as Thailand and Malaysia, never touch anyone’s head or pass anything from above the head.”可知答 案应为 C 项。 22. B. 此处根据上下文表述的意思应该是“他们本无伤害。他们这样做只是为了好玩。因此拜访 者应该感觉到被接纳而不是不受欢迎。”故正确答案应为 B 项。 29A.词义猜测题。根据第四段最后两句 A rich imagination was also at play. Several of the alien victims were more likely to fantasize and reported to have seen ghosts (幽灵) and have unnatural abilities. 异常丰富的想象力也会在其中起到某些作用。有那么几位已被证实平 时总爱处于浮想联翩的状态中,而且他们还曾表示自己看到过各种幽灵,并认为自己具有心灵感应

或身体康复的能力。因此可推断划线部分是“栩栩如生的想象”。故选 A。 30 D.推理判断题。纵观全文,特别是第一段后半部分 in a new study, a psychology expert at London’s Goldsmiths College says these experiences are proof of the weakness of the human memory, rather than evidence of life in outer space. 在最新公布的一项研究成果中,一位 来自英国伦敦戈德史密斯学院的专家表示, 这些所谓的奇特经历根本不能成为其它星系具有生命存 在的有力证据,只能证明那些人的记忆系统出了某些问题而已。 可知作者持反对态度,故选 D。 31

考点:考查科技类阅读 D 文【语篇导读】 :本文是一篇议论文。介绍的是一个人生的哲理,即“人生真正的幸福是一 段旅程,而不是终点;通往幸福的道路并不存在,幸福本身就是通途” 。 32. A. 目的意图题。在该段中,作者引用 Alfred Souza 的这句名言,旨在支撑自己的观点, 使自己的观点更加明朗。故正确答案为 A 项。 33. D. 代词指代题。根据上下文可知, 此处下划线的词指代的是前面一句话的意思, 即“我 们的人生满是各种神奇的未知数(挑战) ” 。故正确答案为 D 项。 34. C. 标题判断题。本文主要给读者介绍了人生的一个哲理,即“人生真正的幸福是一段旅 程,而不是终点” ,告诫人们无论我们的生活中发生了什么, 我们都要珍惜今天,活在当下。故正 确答案为 C 项。 35. B. 主旨大意题。第二段主要内容是告诉人们在生活中,无论发生了什么,我们都要活在 当下。其他内容都是对该观点的支撑观点。 七选五【答案】DGAEB

【答案】 41-50.BCADA ACDAD 51-60 DBAAD ACABD 【解析】 试题分析:本文论述了中国人和美国人的不同思想理念。中国人为了下一代而努力工作挣钱;而美 国人信奉的是为自己而活,一切都是为了自己生活得更好。这是由两国不同的文化背景决定的。 41.B 考查动词。A. running 奔跑;B. driving 驾驶;C. going 去;D. walking 散步。根据上文 中的 Americans prefer to try every way to have fun. For example, they drive their own cars... 可知,他们从洛杉矶开始,加利福尼亚烈日下,驾驶着汽车通过四五百英里的距离去拉福林科罗拉 多。故选 B。 42.C 考查连词。A. until 直到;B. if 如果;C. while 然而;D. when 当??时候。此空前谈的 是美国人的情况,而空后是在谈中国人的情况,前后是两种完全相反的情况。用 while 表示对比。 故选 C。 43.A 考查动词。A. spend 花费,通常人作主语;B. take 带走,花费;C. cost 花费,通常用物 作主语;D. pay 支付。根据此空后的 time watching TV 可知用人作主语,spend time(in) doing sth.意为“花时间做某事”,为固定结构。故选 A。 44.D 考查介词。A. through 通过,穿过;B. for 为了;C. among 处在??中;D. between 在两 者之间。此处表示这种差异主要源自两个国家不同的文化风俗和传统。between 用于两者之间,意 为“在??之间”,符合语境。故选 D。 45.A 考查代词。A. themselves 他们自己;B. theirs 他们的;C. them 他们;D. others 其他的。 根据此空前的 Chinese people are living for others,while Americans are for ____.可知, 中国人为别人而活着,而美国人为自己而活着。用反身代词 themselves。故选 A。 46.A 考查名词。A. survival 生存,存活;B. remainder 残余,剩余物;C. existence 存在;D. material 材料。根据此空后的“and then desperately make money after they are recognized by others”可知,当中国人来到美国时,他们首先为生存而拼搏。故选 A。

47.C 考查连词。A. or 或者;B. nor 也不是;C. but 但是;D. and 和,又,而。根据上文中的 is not to enjoy life 可知,应填 but。not...but...意为“不是??而是??”,是固定结构。 故选 C。 48.D 考查词组。A. in possession of 占有,拥有;B. on account of 因为,由于;C. in spite of 虽然,不顾;D. in case of 以防,以免。根据此空后的 emergency,such as illness 可知中 国人喜欢存钱以防意外情况出现,故选 D。 49.A 考查名词。A. identity 身份;B. force 力量;C. fame 名誉,名声;D. power 力量,能力。 根据空后的...in the United States don't need to worry about their own social welfare and health insurance 可知此处表示在美国拥有身份的中国人,故选 A。 50.D 考查介词。A. though 尽管;B. unless 除非;C. so 因此;D. as 作为,由于。句意:他们 仍然非常努力工作,因为他们希望他们可以攒更多的钱。空处前后存在因果关系,因此用 as。故 选 D。 51.D 考查形容词。A. large 大的;B. few 极少数的;C. much 许多的;D. little 很少的。根据 下句中的“Most Chinese are very thrifty”可知此处表示他们花钱很少,用 little 正确。故选 D。 52.B 考查形容词。 A. easy 容易的; B. reluctant 不情愿的; C. willing 乐意的, 自愿的; D. happy 快乐的。根据 and 可知,前后句为并列关系,又结合 thrifty 可知,大多数中国人都很节俭,他们 很不情愿的花钱,但也有例外。故选 B。 53.A 考查名词。A. children 孩子们;B. relatives 亲戚;C. parents 父母;D. friends 朋友。 根据 54 空后的“so they wish that their children could live much better”可知,此处指 children,句意:他们很情愿把钱花在他们的孩子身上。故选 A。 54.A 考查名词。 A. hardships 艰辛, 困苦; B. problems 问题; C. difficulties 困难; D. sufferings 苦难。根据下文中的 you can see that those who__55__the best, with more pocket money are Chinese students 可知此处用 hardships。句意:他们忍受着许多苦难,所以他们希望他们的孩子 能生活得更好。故选 A。 55.D 考查动词。A. match 匹配;B. decorate 装饰;C. dress 穿戴;D. wear 穿。根据下文中的 In contrast,American children dress very simply 可知此处表示穿得最好,wear 意为“穿, 戴”,表示状态,符合语境。句意:你看到那些穿着最好,口袋里有更多零花钱的孩子们就是中国 学生。故选 D。 56.A 考查词组。A. different from 和??不一样;B. interested in 对??感兴趣;C. similar to 和??相似;D. thanks to 由于,幸亏。句意:与中国人不同,美国人为自己而活,故选 A。 57.C 考查副词。A. otherwise 否则;B. however 然而;C. therefore 因此;D. since 自从。根 据此空前的 They do everything for their own.和空后的 they earn money to enjoy a __18__ life 可知,此处表示结果,故选 C。 58.A 考查形容词。A. better 更好的;B. well 更好地;C. good 好的;D. rich 富裕的。此处与 下文中的“pursue a higher quality of life”中的“higher”呼应,选 better。故选 A。 59.B 考查形容词。 A. single 单一的; B. independent 独立的; C. different 不同的; D. comfortable 舒服的。根据此空后的 when they are 18 years old 可知此处表示独立的生活,故选 B。 60.D 考查词组。A. in that case 意为“假若那样的话”;B. as a whole 意为“总的来说”;C.

in this way 意为“这样,用这种方法”;D. as a result 意为“结果是”。根据此空前的 So they could boldly spend money on themselves.和空后的 Americans save little money 可知,前后 为因果关系,故选 D。 语法填空

文章大意:这是一篇记叙文阅读。文章主要讲述了一个 11 岁男孩在汽车站得到好心人的帮助,通 过这件事挪威 SOS 儿童村发起救助贫穷的孩子温暖过冬的活动。 1.命题立意:考查非谓语动词用法。 答案:wrapping 根据句子的主语 a boy 是 wrap 的动作执行者,应填现在分词,故填 wrapping。 2.命题立意:考查时态。 答案:wasn't wearing 根据前文的 tremble 应是没有穿暖和的衣服,指当时正在进行的动作,应 用过去进行时。故判断应填 wasn't wearing。 3.命题立意:考查并列连词。 答案:But 根据前后文应为语义转折,故填 but。 4.命题立意:考查冠词。 答案:who\that 定语从句引导词做主语指人。 5.命题立意:考查介词。 答案:on 根据下文的 school trip 应是进行,on a school trip 进行学校郊游。故填 on。 6.命题立意:考查时态和语态。 答案:was told 男孩被告知,且时态为一般过去时,故用 was told。 7.命题立意:考查人称代词。 答案:their 根据语境,应是指人们的,做定语修饰 gloves。故填 their。 8.命题立意:考查副词。 答案:Actually 根据空后的标点符号,应是填副词修饰整个句子,可知填 actually。 9.命题立意:考查名词用法。 答案:donations 根据空前的动词 collect,应填名词形式。故填 donations。 10.命题立意:考查形容词。 答案:dangerous 应填形容词形式,故判断填 dangerous。 改错

【小题 1】Internet 前面加 the 【小题 2】It is stated 中的 It 改成 As as 引导的定语从句 【小题 3】去掉 and 或 which 改成 it 定语从句或并列句 【小题 4】apply 改为 applying 非谓语动词 Ving 【小题 5】factor 改为 factors 【小题 6】do good in 中的 good 改为 well 【小题 7】communicate 改为 communicating 【小题 8】get 改为 got 时态考查 【小题 9】important 改为 importance 形容词,名词转换 【小题 10】that’s 改为 it’s 听力原文: Test1 W:Did you go to the party held in the dining hall? M:Yes,it was supposed to start at 6:30 pm, but it was delayed for 30 minutes. text 2 M: I’ve heard you traveled around Europe last year. Is it true? W: Not exactly. I visited three countries there, like France. I had planned to see Finland and Iceland, but I had to come back for my business. Test 3 W: Have you brought the book I lent you? M: I’m sorry. It completely slipped my mind. I promise I’ll bring it tomorrow. Test4 W: What is your plan for the coming weekend? M: To take my son to the Children’s Park on Saturday, on Sunday morning to do shopping with my wife, in the afternoon to keep my parents company at home. Test5 M: The university library is hiring these days. I’d like you to get ready for the interview. W: I’ve found a suitable job in a bank, but thanks anyway. Test6 M: Congratulations, Betty. W: Thank you. What about Peter? M: Oh, he dropped the stick. W: Bad luck! Do you know who won the high jump?

M: My classmate, Joe. W:Your class do very well at the sports meeting. By the way, who was first in the men’s 100-meter race? M:It definitely belongs to Bob. Test7 W: Andy, you’ve been so busy lately that we don’t see you any more. M: I’ve been trying to finish this research project so that I can present my findings at the conference in July. W: But that’s two months away. You’ve still got a lot of time. M: Not really. You see, I’ve finished all the research, and I’ve just organized all my notes, but it will take me almost two months to type them. W: Well, if that’s your only problem, I can type up your paper in less than two weeks. Test8 M: Well, Lucy, why do you look unhappy? W: Oh, Mike. I’ve made three bad mistakes so far this week. This morning I forgot to give a very important message to my father, so he got really angry with me. M: But you’re usually very carefully and never make mistakes. What’s the matter with you? W: I’m very tired. I don’t know what I’m doing these days. M:Have you gone to bed late recently? W: I’m usually in bed at about ten. But I have been woken up at half past four every morning. And then I can’t go back to sleep. M: Why? W: It’s my neighbor. He has to get up at half past four every morning and he always turns his radio so loudly. M: Ask him to turn it down then. W: OK. I’ll have to talk with him. Test9


W: Hey, Adam. I’m worried about my sister Alice. She’s in college and has just declared art as her major. M: Why does that worry you? I’ve seen her paintings. She’s very talented in arts. W: I know. But I’m afraid that once she graduates she won’t be able to make ends meet. It is said that most artists only make about 60 percent of what the average person makes a year. What’s more, it’s harder for art majors to find a full-time job. But she doesn’t seem too concerned. M:But you ‘re forgetting that there’s more for them to choose. Alice loves art and that’s what’s important. Even if she can’t make much money, she’ll be happy and emotionally satisfied. W: But she’ll have bills to pay. It’s going to be hard for her to lead a lifestyle on what an artist Makes. M: Don’t be worried and I know what you mean. Let’s have a talk with Alice and listen to her. W: OK. If she insists on her idea, we’ll support her. Test10 One Sunday, a young couple, who had just fallen in love, was having dinner at an expensive restaurant. The restaurant had a gardenlike and elegant environment. The food there was delicious and the service was superb. They had just ordered their dishes when they saw a lady sitting alone, looking at them. They smiled politely, but were a little surprised when the old lady came over to their table. The old lady told the young woman that she looked like her daughter. She said it would make her happy if they said ”Goodbye ,Mum” when she left the restaurant. How could they refuse? A few minutes later, the old lady stood up to leave. The young couple waved, as she had asked them, and said goodbye as the old lady walked out. When the young couple received their bill, they saw that it included the cost of the old lady’s meal. They called over the manager and asked him what happened. the bill includes the charge for your mother’s meal, ?she aid you would pay.”




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