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第四节 说明类
第一部分 六年高考题荟萃
2010 年高考题

Passage 1
(10·安徽) ·安徽 Most people give little thought to the pens they write with,especially since the printers in modern homes and offices mean that very 36 things are the written.All too often ,people buy a pen based only on 37 ,and wonderwhy they are not satisfied 38 they begin to use it.However ,buying a pen that you’ll enjoy is not 39 it you keep the following in mind. First of all,a pen should fit comfortably in your hand and be 40 to use .The thinckness of the pen is the most important characteristic(特征)41 comfort.Having a small hand and thick fingers ,you may be comfortable with a thin pen .If you have a 42 hand and thicker fingers you may 43 fatter pen.The length of a pen can 44 influence comfort. A pen that is too 45 can easily feel top-heavy and unstable. Then,the writing point of the pen should 46 the ink to flow evenly(均匀地) while the pen remains in touch with the paper. 47 will make it possible for you to create a 48 line of writing. The point that does not block the 50 may leave drops of ink, 51 you pick the pen up and put it down again. 52 ,the pen should make a thick,dark line.Fine-line pens may 53 bad handwriting ,but fine,delicate lines do not command 54 next to printed fext,as, 55 ,a signature on a printed letter .A broader line, on the other hand ,give an impression of confidence and authority(权威) 。 36.A.many B.few C.pleasant D.important 37.A.looks B.reason C.value D.advantages 38.A.once B.if C. because D.though 39.A.convenient B.practical C.strange D.difficult 40.A.heavy B.easy C.hard D.safe 41.A.taking B.finding C.determining D.seeking 42.A.strong B.weaker C.small D.larger 43.A.perfer B.recommend C.prepare D.demand 44.A.hardly B.also C.never D.still 45.A.thick B.light C.long D.soft 46.A.change B.allow C.reduce D.press 47.A.They B.One C.This D.Some 48. A thin 49. A. prevent 50. A. way 51.A. so 52.A. Meanwhile B. rough B. free B. sight B. as B. Generally C. black C. protect C. flow C. and C. Afterwards D. smooth D. remove D. stream D. yet D.Finally

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53.A. show up B. differ from C. break down D. compensate for 54.A. attention B. support C. respect D. admission 55.A. at most B. for example C. in brief D. on purpose 答案: — — 答案:36—40 BAADB 41—45 CDABC 46—50 BCDAC 51—55 BDDAB — —

Passage 2
(10·重庆) ·重庆 Introduction to Letters to Sam Dear Reader, Please allow me to tell you something before you read this book. When my 36 , Sam, was born, my heart was filled with joy. I had been sitting in a wheelchair for 20 years before then, and I have been 37 ill many times. So I wondered if I would have the 38 to tell Sam what I had 39 . For years I have been hosting a program on the 40 and writing articles for a magazine. Being 41 to move freely, I have learned to sit still and keep my heart 42 , exchanging thoughts with thousands of listeners and 43 . So when Sam was born, I 44 to tell him about school and fridship, romance and work, love and everything else. That’s how I started to write these 45 . I hope that Sam would 46 them sooner or later. However, that expectation 47 when Sam showed signs of autism (自闭症) at the age of two. He had actually stopped talking before the discovery of the signs. He 48 to communicate with others, even the family members. That was 49 for me but didn’t stop me writing on. I realized that I had even 50 now to tell him. I wanted him to 51 what it means to be “different” from others, and learn how to fight against the misfortune he’ll 52 as I myself, his grandfather, did. I just 53 if I could write all that I wanted to say in the rest of my life. Now, 54 the book has been published, I have been given the chance. Every chapter in the book is a letter to Sam: some about my life, and all about what it means to be a 55 . Daniel Gottlieb 36. A. son B. nephew C. brother D. grandson 37. A. seriously B. mentally C. slightly D. quietly 38. A. ability B. time C. courage D. responsibility 39. A. written B. suffered C. observed D. lost 40. A. radio B. television C. stage D. bed 41. A. ready B. unable C. anxious D. eager 42. A. warm B. broken C. closed D. open 43. A. hosts B. visitors C. readers D. reporters 44. A. began B. stopped C. forgot D. decided 45. A. letters B. emails C. books D. diaries 46. A. find B. read C. collect D. keep 47. A. developed B. disappeared C. changed D. arrived 48. A. tried B. refused C. regretted D. hoped 49. A. exciting B. acceptable C. strange D. heartbreaking 50. A. less B. everything C. more D. nothing 51. A. understand B. explain C. believe D. question 52. A. fear B. face C. know D. cause
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53. A. felt B. guessed C. saw D. doubted 54. A. as B. once C. though D. if 55. A. teacher B. child C. man D. writer 【语篇解读】本文介绍了“Letters to Sam”这本书的创作背景和写作目的。 36. 答案 D 【解析】根据 as I myself,hisgrandfather 可判断,Sam 是“我”的孙子。 37. 答案 A 【解析】由 I had been sitting in a wheelchair for 20 years before then 和 I wondered if I would have the time…可知作者在这期间重病了几次。所以用 seriously. 38. 答案 B 【解析】由这一段可知,作者是想告诉他的孙子,但担心自己的身体,所以不知道是不是有 时间。此处用 time 符合上下文。 39. 答案 C 【解析】observe 看到,注意到。根据全文内容的理解,作者想告诉他孙子的是他的经历, 只有 observe 合题意。 40. 答案 A 【解析】由下文的 with thousands of listeners 可知,作者是主持广播节目,所以选 radio. 41. 答案 B 【解析】由第一段可知,作者在轮椅上待了 20 年,所以不能自由活动。 42. 答案 D 【解析】由下文中与听众和读者交流思想可知,作者敞开心扉,所以选 open。 43. 答案 C 【解析】由第二段开头可知,作者主持广播节目和为杂志写文章,所以此处是和听众和读者 交流。 44. 答案 D 【解析】 由下句这就是我怎样开始写这些信的可知, 这儿应用 decided.是因为我决定告诉 Sam 学校与友谊、浪漫与工作、爱情与其它一切,才开始写这些信。 45. 答案 A 【解析】由本文的题目可知是介绍的 Letters to Sam 这本书,下文中也告诉我们这本书的每 一章都是一封信,所以这儿选 A。 46. 答案 B 【解析】因为信是写给 Sam 的,所以作者希望 Sam 迟早会读到这些信。 47. 答案 C 【解析】由于 Sam 患了自闭症,所以作者的这种期望改变了。 48. 答案 B 【解析】因为 Sam 患了自闭症,这儿是说他拒绝与别人交流。 49. 答案 D 【解析】由上文可知,作者对 Sam 希望很大,而 Sam 却患了自闭症,这对作者来说是令人 心碎的。 50. 答案 C 【解析】 由上面一句语, 但是并没有阻止我继续写下去和下文中的我想让他理解与别人不同 意味着什么,学会和我一样与面对的不幸作斗争可知,作者是有了更多的东西要写。 51. 答案 A 【解析】见第 50 题。

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52. 答案 B 【解析】见第 50 题。 53. 答案 D 【解析】由上文可知,作者的身体不好,所以他怀疑他是不是能写下所有他想说的话。 54. 答案 A 【解析】as 引导原因状语从句。句意:因为这本书出版了,所以我有机会让 Sam 看到我所 有想说的话。 55. 答案 C 【解析】这本书的每一章都是一封信,一些是关于我的,所有都是关于作为一个人意味着什 么的。

2009 年高考题 Passage 1
(09·上海) ·上海 Most people believe they don’t have much imagination. They are 50 .Everyone has imagination, but most of us, once we become adults, forget how to 51 it. Creativity isn’t always 52 with great works of art or ideas. People at work and in their free time 53 think of creative ways to solve problems. Maybe you have a goal to achieve, a tricky question to answer or you just want to expand your mind! Here are three techniques to help you. ideas and trying to find links Making connections This technique involves taking 54 between them. First, think about the problem you have to solve or the job you need to do. Then find an image, word, idea or object, for example, a candle. Write down all the idea/words 55 with candles: light, fire, matches, wax, night, silence, etc. Think of as many as you can. The next stage is to relate the 56 to the job you have to do. So imagine you want to but a friend an original 57 ; you could buy him tickets to match or take him out for the night. NO limits! Imagine that normal limitations don’t 58 . You have as much time/space/money, etc. as you want. Think about your goal and the new 59 .If your goal is to learn to ski, 60 , you can now practise skiing every day of your life (because you have the this to reality. Maybe you can practise skiing ever day in time and the money). Now 61 December, or every Monday in January. Be someone else! Look at the situation from a 62 point of view. Good businessmen use this technique in trade, and so do writes. Fiction writers often imagine they are the 63 in their books. They ask question: What does this character want? Why can’t she get it? What changes must she make to get what she wants? If your goal involves other people, put yourself in their 64 . The best fishermen think like fish! 50. A. wrong B. unbelievable C. reasonable D. realistic 51. A. put up with B. catch up with C. make use of D. keep track of 52. A. equipped B. compared C. covered D. connected 53. A. skillfully B. routinely C. vividly D. deeply 54. A. familiar B. unrelated C. creative D. imaginary 55. A. presented B. marked C. lit D. associated 56. A. ideas B. ambitions C. achievement D. technique 57. A. experience B. service C. present D. object
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58. A. work 59. A. possibilities 60. A. in fact 61. A. devote 62. A. private 63. A. positions 64. A. positions 答案 50.A 51.C 52.D B. last B. limitations B. in particular B. adapt B. global B. dreams B. dreams 53.B 54.B 55.D C. exist C. tendency C. as a whole C. lead C. different C. images C. images 56.A 57.C 58.C D. change D. practice D. for example D. keep D. practical D. directions D. directions 59.A 60.D 61.B

62.C 63.D 64.A

Passage 2
(09·江苏) ·江苏 The requirements for high school graduation have just changed in my community. As a result, sixty hours of service learning, 37 they will not receive a diploma. all students must 36 Service learning is academic learning that also helps the community. 38 of service learning include cleaning up a polluted river, working in a soup kitchen, or tutoring a student. 39 a service experience, students must keep a journal(日志)and then write a 40 about what they have learned. Supporters claim that there are many 41 of service learning. Perhaps most importantly, students are forced to think 42 their own interests and become 43 of the needs of others. Students are also able to learn real-life skills that 44 responsibility, problem-solving, and working as part of a team. 45 , students can explore possible careers 46 service learning. For example, if a student wonders what teaching is like, he or she can choose to work in an there are many benefits, elementary school classroom a few afternoons each month. 47 opponents (反对者) 48 problems with the new requirement. First, they 49 that the main reason students go to school is to learn core subjects and skills. Because service learning is time-consuming, students spend 50 time studying the core subjects. Second, they believe that forcing students to work without 51 goes against the law. By requiring service, the school takes away an individual's freedom to choose. In my view, service learning is a great way to 52 to the community, learn new skills, and explore different careers. 53 , I don' t believe you should force people to help others – the 54 to help must come from the heart. I think the best 55 is one that gives students choices: a student should be able to choose sixty hours of independent study or sixty hours of service. Choice encourages both freedom and responsibility, and as young adults, we must learn to handle both wisely. 36. A. spend B. gain C .complete D. save 37. A. and B. or C. but D. for 38. A. Subjects B. ideas C. Procedures D. Examples 39. A. With B. Before C . During D. After 40. A. diary B, report C . note D. notice 41. A. courses B. benefits C . challenges D. features 42. A. beyond B. about C. over D. in
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43. A. careful 44. A. possess 45. A. Gradually 46. A. through 47. A. So 48. A. deal with 49. A. argue 50. A. much 51. A. cost 52. A. contribute 53. A. Therefore 54. A. courage 55. A. decision 答案 36.C 37.B 38.D 51.B B. proud B. apply B. Finally B. across B. Thus B. look into B. doubt B. full B. pay B. appeal B. Otherwise B. desire B. purpose 39.C 40.B 41.B C. tired C. include C . Luckily C. of C . Since C . point out C . overlook C . less C. care C. attend C. Besides C. emotion C. solution 42.A 43.D 44.C D. aware D. develop D. Hopefully D. on D. While D. take down D. admit D. more D. praise D. belong D. However D. spirit D. result 45.B 46.A 47.D

48.C 49.A 50.C

52.A 53.D 54.B 55.C

Passage 3
(08·安徽) ·安徽 There are many different ways of seeing a town for the first time.One of them is to walk around it, guide-book 38 39 36 hand. Of course, may 37 we with our guide-books the history and

developments of a town and get to know them. then,if we take our time and 41 40 in a town for a while,we may get to know it better.

When we

it as a whole, begin to have some 42 , we which even the best guide-books 43 this,this shape,this plan,this size? Why do its

do not answer.Why is the town just streets 45 44 way?

in this particular way, and not in any

Here even the best guide-book town has developed to the 47

46

us. One can’ find in it the information about how a t

appearance. It may not describe the

original(最初的) 48 of a town.However,one may get some idea of what it 49 look like by walking around the town. One can also imagine 50 the town was first 51 to develop. 53 that one gets a 54 visit to a

planned and built.Then one can learn more about in what direction the town What is the 52 of studying towns in this way?For me,it is

greater depth of pleasure by visiting and seeing a town with one’ own eyes. s A town may help one better understand why it is attractive 55 just reading about it in a guide-book.
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36.A.in 37.A.write 38.A. strange 39.A.But 40.A.march 41.A.look at 42. A.ideas 43.A.of 44.A.open 45.A.one 46.A.helps 47.A.old 48.A.capital 49.A.used to 50.A.what 51.A.stops 52.A. point 53.A.nearly 54.A. costly 55. A. from 答案 36.A 37.B 38.D 51.D B.at B.study B.similar B.Before B.work B.1ook after B.opinions B.for B.run B.more B.tricks B.normal B.meaning B.seemed to B.how B.appears B.view B. simply B.formal B.than 39.A 40.C 41.A C.by C.tell C.separate C.Since C.stay C.1ook for C.feelings C.1ike C.begin C.other C.fails C.first C.design C.had to C.when C. starts C.problem C.generally C.group C.through 42.D 43.C 44.B D.on D.remember D.special D.Until D.wait D.1ook up D.questions D.as D.move D.such D.satisfies D.present D.change D.happened to D.where D.continues D.difficulty D. hardly D.personal D.with 45.C 46.C 47.D

48.C 49.A 50.B

52.A 53.B 54.D 55.B

Passage 4
(07·安徽) ·安徽 It was the night of the full moon, a time which always drives Java' s young people mad with excitement. Fireworks were lit long before the moon 36 . The big noise brought people out 37 the warm night to enjoy the interesting scene. Everywhere, there were the paper remains of 38__ fireworks lying on the ground. Little boys 39 more and covered their ears as they waited _ 40__ for the explosions. The moon appeared above the horizon(地平线) : huge, 41 ball high above the city, and the __42 filled with people, as Java began to enjoy one of the year' s greatest _ 43 _ : ' the
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Night of the Full Moon' , a festival(节日) that is especially popular 44_ young people. together and walked slowly through the 46 More and more young Javanese 45 Joking and chatting, they moved towards the mountain _ 47 the city. They continued to climb 48 they reached the old temple( 寺庙 ) at the 49 of the mountain. the temple, they drank their water and ate their moon-cakes -After they were _ 50 delicious home-made ones, 51 of dried fruit and nuts. Outside, on the mountain, young people 52__ cross-legged in circles, chatting and telling each other jokes. And 53 , in their hundreds, more young people continued to make their way up the mountain to 54 the brightly shining moon. By midnight, the fireworks had stopped shooting up from the 55 city in the valley below them. But during the night, the sound continued to be heard from the distance. 36. A. let out B. gave out C. came out D. set out 37. A. into B. at C. of D. from 38. A. burning B. used C. exploding D. broken 39. A. lit B. bought C. piled D. removed 40. A. patiently B. calmly C. worriedly D. excitedly 41. A. silver B. new C. colorful D. gold 42. A. mountains B. valleys C. streets D. shops 43. A. games B. meetings C. sports D. events 44. A. for B. to C. with D. in 45. A. danced B. gathered C. drank D. shouted 46. A. village B. scene C. night D. ground 47. A. on the edge of B. on the way to C. in the center of D. in the direction of 48. A. while B. until C. unless D. though 49. A. tip B. back C. top D. bottom 50. A. inside B. near C. off D. across 51. A. fond B. little C. full D. free 52. A. jumped B. sat C. stood D. bent 53. A. so B. even C. yet D. still 54. A. follow B. show C. notice D. admire 55. A. clean B. gray C. peaceful D. empty 42. C 43. D 44. C 45. B 答案 36. C 37. A 38. B 39. A 40. D 41.A 46. C 47. A 48. B 49. C 50. A 51. C 52. B 53. D 54. D 55. B

Passage 5
(06·广东 B 卷) · The survey about childhood in the Third World shows that the struggle for survival is long and hard. But in the rich world, children can 36 from a different kind of poverty—of the spirit. 37 , one Western country alone now sees 14, 000 attempted suicides (自杀)every year by children under 15, and one child 38 five needs psychiatric(心理)advice. There are many good things about 39 in the Third World. Take the close and constant relation between children and their parents, relatives and neighbours for example.In the West,the very nature of work puts distance between 40 and children.But in most Third World villages
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mother and father do not go miles away each day to work in offices. 41 ,the child sees mother and father, relations and neighbours working 42 and often shares in that work. in this way learns his or her role through joining in the community's A child 43 44 :helping to dig or build,look after animals or babies--rather than 45 playing with water and sand in kindergarten, keeping pets 46 playing with dolls. These children may grow up with a less oppressive sense of space and time than the 47 children. Their sense of days and time has a lot to do with the change of seasons and positions of , are provided with a watch as the sun or the moon in the sky. Children in the rich world, 48 one of the 49 signs of growing up, so that they can 50 along with their parents about being late for school times, meal times, bed times, the times of TV shows… Third World children do not usually 51 to stay indoors, still less in highrise apartments(公寓).Instead of dangerous roads,"keep off the grass" signs and "don't speak to to study and play. Parents can see their children strangers",there is often a sense of 52 outside rather than observe them 53 from ten floors up. 54 , twelve million children under five still die every year through hunger and disease.But childhood in the Third World is not all 55 . 36. A. come B. learn C. suffer D. survive 37. A. As usual B. For instance C. In fact D. In other words 38. A. by B. in C. to D. under 39. A. childhood B. poverty C. spirit D. survival 40. A. adults B. fathers C. neighbours D. relatives 41. A. Anyhow B. However C. Instead D. Still 42. A. away B. alone C. along D. nearby 43. A. growing up B. living through C. playing D. working 44. A. activity B. life C. study D. work 45. A. by B. from C. through D. with 46. A. and B. but C. or D. so 47. A. Eastern B. good C. poor D. Western 48. A. at any moment B. at the same time C. on the other hand D. on the whole 49. A. easiest B. earliest C. happiest D. quickest 50. A. care B. fear C. hurry D. worry 51. A. dare B. expect C. have D. require 52. A. control B. danger C. disappointment D. freedom 53. A. anxiously B. eagerly C. impatiently D. proudly 54. A. Above all B. In the end C. Of course D. What's more 55. A. bad B. good C. rich D. poor 答案 36.C 37.B 38.B 39.A 40.A 41.C 42.D 43.A 44.D 45.C 46.C 47.D 48.C 49.B 50.A 51.C 52.D 53.A 54.C 55.A

Passage 6
(06·安徽) ·安徽 Have you ever had to decide whether to go shopping or stay home and watch TV on a weekend? Now you 36 do both at the same time. Home shopping television networks(网络) have become a 37 for many people to shop without 38 having to leave their homes.
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Some shoppers are 39 of department stores and supermarkets— 40 the crowds, waiting in long lines, and sometimes 41 of finding anything they want to buy. They’d rather sit quietly at home in front of the TV set and 42 a friendly announcer describe a product 43 a model shows it. And they can 44 around the clock, buying something 45 by making a phone call. Department stores and even mail-under companies are 46 to join in the success of home shopping. Large department stores are busy 47 their own TV channels(频道)to encourage TV shopping in the future. 48 can ask questions about products and place 49 , all through their TV sets. Will shopping by television 50 take the place of shopping in stores? Some industry managers think so. 51 many people find shopping at a 52 store a great enjoyment. And for many shoppers, it is still important to 53 or try on dresses they want to buy. That’s 54 specialists say that in the future, home shopping will 55 together with store shopping but will never entirely replace(取代) it. 36.A. must B. should C. shall D. can 37.A. programme B. way C. reason D. purpose 38.A. ever B. never C. still D. once 39.A. proud B. fond C. tired D. careful 40.A. fighting B. striking C. treating D. stopping 41.A. sense B. doubt C. hope D. feeling 42.A. see B. watch C. let D. notice 43.A. until B. since C. if D. while 44.A. shop B. wait C. turn D. deliver 45.A. suitably B. cheaply C. simply D. hardly 46.A. nervous B. lucky C. equal D. eager 47.A. putting up B. making up C. setting up D. looking up 48.A. Guests B. Assistants C. Managers D. Customers 49.A. orders B. goods C. books D. answers 50.A. lastly B. finally C. especially D. fortunately 51.A. Then B. Yet C. However D. Therefore 52.A. general B. popular C. real D. true 53.A. design B. make C. wear D. touch 54.A. how B. why C. what D. when 55.A. exist B. practise D. follow D. appear 答案 36.D 37.B 38.A 39.C 40.A 41.C 42.B 43.D 44.A 45.C 46.D 47.C

48.D 49.A 50.B 51.B 52.C 53.D 54.B 55.A

第二部分 四年联考题汇编 2010 年联考题 Passage 1
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月月考) (广东省潮州市实验中学 2010 届高三 4 月月考) When television first began to expand, very few of the people who had become famous as 21 announcers were able to be equally effective on television. Some of the difficulties they experienced when they were trying to 22 themselves to the new medium were technical. When 23 on radio, for example, they had become 24 to seeing on behalf of the listener. This art of seeing for others 25 that be announcer has to be very good at talking. In the case of television, however the announcer sees 26 with the viewer. His duty, 27 , is any point of completely different. He is there to make sure that the viewer does not 28 interest, to help him focus on particular things, and to help him 29 the images on the television screen. 30 his radio colleague, he must know the value of silence and how to use it at those moments when the pictures speak for himself. 21. A.television B.advertisement C.radio D.newspaper 22. A.adopt B.adjust C.change D.shape 23. A.working B.listening C.appearing D.showing 24. A.practiced B.experienced C.determined D.used 25. A.guarantees B.means C.convinces D.warns 26. A.something B.Everything C.nothing D.anything 27. A.Moreover B.therefore C.furthermore D.nevertheless 28. A.miss B.ignore C.drop D.catch 29. A.reveal B.expose C.understand D.translate 30. A.Like B. Beside C.Unlike D.As 答案: 21. B 23. A 24. D 25. B 26. B 27. B 28. A 29. C 30. C 答案: C 22.

Passage 2
(云南省昆明三中 2010 届高三第七次月考) What is in the drug that makes you sick or dead? For example, cocaine is harmful, but what makes it harmful? I can’t tell you all about drugs, but I can ___36___ you think about them in this ____37____ way. Your body is a very complicated machine, ____38____ a lot of chemical machinery, all of which is finally turned ____39____ it all works together. Special chemicals, which we call drugs, can affect it in many different ways. Some drugs are ____40____ when your body has a problem, as with disease—causing bacteria. Then someone may give you aspirin to keep your temperature from going too ____41____ or some penicillin (青霉素) ____42____ it stops the growth of some kinds of bacteria. ___43_____, all drugs are really poison, ____44_____ if you take too much, so you must always use them ____45____. Why do some people take drugs like cocaine? For a little while they seem to make you feel better, or happier. But ____46____ their effects have ____47____, your body has to pay an extra ____48____ to get back to normal. That makes you want to get ____49____ of the drug. Drugs like cocaine have their special effects because they act as ____50____ for your nervous system. They cut off some of your nerve pathways and take away some of your senses and your ____51___. They make you want always more. And just a little too much can even ____52____ nerves to your heart and stop its beating Many of us worry about the ____53____ around us and what pollution does to us. How about

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your internal environment and what goes on ____54____ you? You control that all by yourself in what you put into your ____55_____. Most drugs are pollutants. You would not want pollutants in the air and water around you. Why would you want pollutants in your body? 36. A. make B. cause C. help D. let 37. A. funny B. different C. simple D. true 38. A. just B. really C. especially D. sometimes 39. A. as if B even if C. where D. so that B. helpful C. painful D. helpless 40. A. powerful 41. A. high B. tall C. much D. hot 42. A. when B. until C. as D. before 43. A. besides B. thus C. however D. naturally 44. A. at most B. at least C. at times D. at first B. easily C. carelessly D. a lot 45. A. carefully 46. A. where B. before C. after D. until 47. A. worked B. worn C. appeared D. lost 48. A. number B. quantity C. amount D. price 49. A. Some more B. nothing C. a little D. a few 50. A. guards B. medicine C. chemicals D. poisons B. happiness C. freedom D. pride 51. A. worries 52. A. lead B. block C. offer D. stick 53. A. places B. nature C. people D. environment B. around C. outside D. next 54. A. inside 55. A. heart B. head C. body D. mind 答案: — 答案:36—40 CCBDB 41—45 ACCBA 46—50 ACDBB 51—55 ABDAC — — —

Passage 2
(湖北省黄冈中学 2009 届高三 5 月适应性考试 湖北省黄冈中学 月适应性考试) When I moved into an empty dormitory for the first time two years ago, I was certain of a few things. Firstly, I realized that I didn’t 31 anybody at the school. Secondly, I knew that I wanted to work hard at my lessons and 32 something useful. And thirdly, I wanted to have a good time with new classmates, without my parents around. The first 33 frightened me in the beginning. But that 34 quickly disappeared. It was the other two goals 35 ended up being my difficulties. I knew that it was 36 to devote enough time to class and to social efforts. But I wanted to 37 in both. I knew this would be a 38 , but I didn’t realize how much until classes began. I got on well with the other girls who lived in my dorm. 39 , instead of finishing my homework 40 it was due, I went upstairs and had ice cream with my neighbor. I always finished it the next day between classes. I knew 41 wasn’t very good and the grade I 42 showed my lack of effort. I was 43 that I needed to find some sort of balance. So I created a schedule that would 44 my time up between going to class, doing homework, and relaxing. It seemed like a good idea, 45 I was only able to 46 it for a few days. A schedule like

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that was too much pressure. So I tried another 47. Each week I made a list of everything I had to get done during that week. Then, under the list of things I had to get done, I 48 a list of things I could do if I had time. This is the method I have used since then. I’m glad that I’ve learned to 49 things and it has 50 prepare me for what is to come after graduation. 31. A. know 32. A. understand 33. A. teacher 34. A. happiness 35. A. which 36. A. hard 37. A. win 38. A. chance 39. A. Often 40. A. because 41. A. it 42. A. demanded 43. A. asleep 44. A. fix 45. A. so 46. A. use 47. A. plan 48. A. made 49. A. do 50. A. had 答案 31.A 32.B B. recognize B. learn B. day B. excitement B. what B. easy B. succeed B. job B. Seldom B. when B. one B. took B. awake B. divide B. and B. keep B. energy B. found B. control B. helped 33.D 34.C C. realize C. try C. class C. fear C. that C. interesting C. get C. challenge C. Unluckily C. after C. these C. accepted C. ashamed C. put C. but C. follow C. pressure C. picked C. balance C. let 35.C 36.A 37.B 38.C D. like D. tell D. realization D. desire D. who D. nice D. wish D. time D. Fortunately D. before D. I D. received D. aware D. build D. however D. make D. effort D. brought D. hold D. forced 39.A 40.D 41.A 42.D

43.D 44.B 45.C 46.C 47.A 48.A 49.C 50.B

Passage 1
(江苏省扬州市 2009 届高三第三次调研测试 江苏省扬州市 届高三第三次调研测试) You know it’s truly amazing how the Jewish people survived after thousands of years of being slaves, persecuted(追捕), and even attempted genocide (种族灭绝)when Hitler’s Nazi murdered 6 million Jews! That’s why in 1934, Germany was the 36 place to be a Jew. When Hitler’s teenage gangs 37 his village, the little 38 boy, Heinz, was just 11 years old. Every day Heinz’s parents taught their 39 how important it was to learn 40 . When the Nazi gangs terrorized their village on the streets daily, Heinz’s parents knew that just against their rulers could 42 the death one moment of losing control of their 41

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of the family. So Heinz learned to stay out of their 43 , sometimes crossing the street or taking a 44 road home. But one day, young Heinz was finally 45 by one of Hitler’s bullies(暴徒). For the to talk to a Nazi youth. But by staying calm and 47 first time, Heinz was 46 choosing his words, Heinz surprised himself when he 48 his way out of trouble and 49 this bully not to hurt him 50 to let him go. That day, Heinz discovered his survival skill of talking and 51 with others. It was a major 52 point that changed his life---and later changed the world. After a few years, Heinz’s family escaped from Germany and moved to America. But Heinz never forgot how to talk with people and help bring 53 between enemies. You see, that 11-year-old boy who had 54 his first peace settlement with a Nazi bully, later became one of the greatest ambassadors of peace in the world. You’ve probably heard of him- not as US Secretary of State. Heinz- but by his American name: Henry Kissinger, the 55 36.A.usual 37.A.seized 38.A.American 39.A.students 40.A.self-control 41.A.anxiety 42.A.show 43.A.road 44.A.rough 45.A.surrounded 46.A.called 47.A.carefully 48.A.pushed 49.A.allowed 50.A.however 51.A.reasoning 52.A.rising 53.A.peace 54.A.confirmed 55.A.latter 答案 36.B B.wrong B.destroyed B.Italian B.friends B.self-protection B.emotions B.cost B.way B.difficult B.cornered B.urged B.specially B.felt B.convinced B.though B.quarrelling B.starting B.friendship B.acknowledged B.present C.appealing C.abandoned C.Jewish C.sons C.self-respect C.anger C.claim C.route C.different C.beaten C.forced C.repeatedly C.talked C.forbade C.but C.debating C.falling C.trust C.negotiated C.formal D.ideal D.burnt D.British D.children D.self-defense D.terror D.mean D.path D.short D.chased D.asked D.particularly D.fought D.promised D.and D.discussing D.turning D.harmony D.managed D.former 44.C 45.B 46.C 47.A

37.A 38.C 39.D 40.A 41.C 42.D 43.B 51.A 52.D 53.A 54.C 55.D

48.C 49.B 50.C

Passage 2
(安徽师大附中 2009 届高三第二次模拟考试 安徽师大附中 届高三第二次模拟考试) Signs can sometimes be seen at the entrance of a house, expressing that a tramp has passed. This special sign-language is frequently 36 by tramps to inform their 37 whether the host them the trouble of making of a certain house is friendly or unfriendly, and to 38 unnecessary calls.
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Quite 39 one day, I came across a real tramp. He was such a rare sight these days that I stood some distance away and watched him. He was dressed just as a tramp should be 40 , old worn trousers, and a jacket many sizes too big for him. On his head there was a battered old hat and his boots were so old and worn; they were almost coming into 41 . But the man himself looked cheerful as if he had not a 42 in the world. He rubbed his nose with his forefinger, 43 a funny turn, laid a small parcel by the front gate, and began 44 a sign made by a former caller. Although the sign was meaningless to me, it must have been 45 , for the tramp’s face lit up with 46 . He entered the front gate confidently and rang the bell. When the door opened, I saw him 47 his hat but couldn’t hear his words. The 48 was very short indeed, for no sooner had he spoken a few words than the door closed fiercely in his face. I felt 49 for him as he walked 50 out of the house, But just as quickly, his face lit up again and he moved quickly towards the gate. There he stopped, looked at the sign, and 51 his head seriously as if he had made a bad mistake. 52 deeply into his pockets, he produced a piece of chalk, rubbed out the 53 sign and made a new one in its place. He stared at it for a moment smiling to himself, then gathered his 54 , pushed back his hat and began walking towards the next house at an unhurried 55 , whistling as he went along. 36. A. employed B. made C. taken D. put up 37. A. parents B. classmates C. fellows D. friends 38. A. share B. save C. give D. put 39. A. in a way B. by mistake C. by the way D. by chance 40. A. with B. in C. by D. on 41. A. a fashion B. a design C. pieces D. blocks 42. A. success B. care C. failure D. family 43. A. gave B. took C. set D. made 44. A. drawing B. kissing C. correcting D. studying 45. A. pleased B. strange C. funny D. exciting 46. A. surprise B. satisfaction C. worry D. disappointment 47. A. rise B. put on C. raise D. throw 48. A. conversation B. introduction C. quarrel D. greeting 49. A. happy B. frightened C. worried D. sorry 50. A. cheerful B. sadly C. bravely D. eagerly 51. A. waved B. swung C. shook D. nodded 52. A. Digging B. Stealing C. Putting D. Looking 53. A. existed B. moving C. shining D. existing 54. A. belongings B. clothes C. umbrella D. stick 55. A. step B. position C. pace D. situation 答案 36.A 37.C 38.B 39.D 40.B 41.C 42.C 43.D 44.D 45.D 46.B 47.C

48.A 49.D 50.B 51.C 52.A 53.D 54.A 55.C

Passage 3
(南昌市南昌二中高三冲刺模拟考试 南昌市南昌二中高三冲刺模拟考试) 南昌市南昌二中高三冲刺模拟考试
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Mars is not, it seems, the dry old planet we once believed (37) to go there in the next decade may find plenty (39) brighter. (41) of pictures and obtained by robot explorers in the sixties and seventies. (43) as the Moon (44) .But now the picture is very different (47) glaciers and rivers rushing and their thirst.And with water present the (40) (36) (38) . Astronauts who are water to slake (消除)

of finding some sort of life of Mars are

This is the view of forty geologists who have been analyzing other scientific (42) To begin with, scientists thought the Red planet was as dust storms swirling over vast sandy (46) rumbling deep underground. (45) mountains and valleys carved by

In a report on the analysis of the Martian pictures Dr.Michael Car of the U.S.Geological Survey comments: “I am convinced be in the (51) (49) with them. (52) Mars probably had a warmer climate in ages (53) due (48) lots of water on Mars. Any surface water will ” (50) to take so much of ice.But it could save explorers from

The report says

to its axis (轴) having been more tilted (倾斜) towards the sun. (54) (55) 36.A.it is 37.A.expected 38.A.to 39.A.chances 40.A.quite 41.A.a few 42.A.skills 43.A.peaceful 44.A.of 45.A.deserts 46.A.from 47.A.energetic 48.A.there’s 49.A.appearance 50.A.have 51.A.water 52.A.what 53.A.pass 54.A.Not 55.A.probably signs of plant or animal life have been detected by instruments landed on Mars, the landing vehicles have been sent there for a few years. B.it B.hoped B.of B.openings B.very B.many B.news B.quiet B.with B.mountains B.between B.great B.there’re B.way B.having B.ice B.if B.past B.No B.perhaps C.it to be C.required C.more C.occasions C.much C.thousand C.intelligence C.lifeless C.for C.rivers C.for C.heavy C.here’s C.form C.carry C.equipment C.how C.ago C.Nor C.supposed D.was D.sent D.in D.possibility D.more D.thousands D.information D.dead D.through D.seas D.with D.powerful D.here’re D.shape D.carrying D.oxygen D.that D.before D.Never D.although

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答案 36.C 37.A 38.B 39.A 40.C 41.D 42.D 43.C 51.A 52.D 53.B 54.B 55.D 44.B 45.A 46.D 47.D

48.A 49.C 50.B

月更新】 【09 年 10 月更新】 Passage 5
届第一次月考) (贵州省遵义四中 2010 届第一次月考) Like many sisters, Abby and Eliza Davis couldn’t be more different. Twelve-year-old Eliza is full of _21__, and always has something to say. Nine-year-old Abby is __22_. She’s happiest when she has a good book to read. Eliza __23__ to be a lawyer or a clothes designer one day. She just can’t __24__ to grow up and go to collage. Abby wants to be a doctor when she grows up. She works hard at math and science, her _25__ subjects. Eliza is in the seventh grade. She gets up every day at 5:30, to __26__ and blow dry her hair. She’s ready to leave the house at 6:50, to __27__ her friends by the store for breakfast. The children have a mile and a half to __28__ to school, and the bell rings at 7:30. At 11:20, the children have their __29__. Some eat the hot dog, chicken pot pie, __30__ other food that the school prepares for them, but Eliza would like to bring her own lunch in a lunchbox. At 2:15, classes are __31_ and it’s time for sports. Eliza usually has tennis practice 32__ 4:30. She’s tired by the time her mother comes to get her in the car, but she still has two or three hours of __33__ to do before she goes to bed. Abby is in the fourth grade at Broken Ground School. She’s lucky. Her school has big modern __34__, first-class teacher, and an excellent library. The playground is surrounded by beautiful __35__, where Indians once camped. Like many American school children, Abby starts the day by saluting the American __36__ hanging in her classroom. Then work begins. Today, She’s writing a composition about her summer holidays. Her pencil __37__ busily across the paper. Abby will finish her story at home this evening, 38 Eliza does her homework. Will they work together 39 , or will they fight? “Well,” says Abby,” We have arguments, but we get along pretty well. About fifty-fifty, I’d say.” That's not 40 for two such different sisters, is it? 21. A. power B. energy C. strength D. courage 22. A. quieter B. younger C. noisier D. harder 23. A. needs B. has C. agrees D. wants 24. A. refuse B. accept C. wait D. wish 25. A. best B. lovely C. fortunate D. favorite 26. A. wash B. clean C. brush D. comb 27. A. welcome B. meet C. see D. receive 28. A. drive B. move C. walk D. travel 29. A. lunch B. cooking C. game D. supper 30. A. besides B. except C. without D. or 31. A. given B. prepared C. finished D. started 32. A. at B. by C. after D. until
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33. A. housework 34. A. offices 35. A. buildings 36. A. flag 37. A. jumps 38. A. while 39. A. happily 40. A. bad 答案 21-25 BADCD B. homework B. blackboard B. pools B. map B. leans B. and B. constantly B. fair C. cleaning C. classrooms C. forest C. history C. lies C. if C. peacefully C. equal D. washing D. windows D. woods D. people D. moves D. then D. carefully D. usual 36-40 ADACA

26-30 ABCAD 31-35 CDBCD

Passage 6
届高三第一次月考) (河北省秦皇岛市山海关一中 2010 届高三第一次月考) Some business people have to do a lot of traveling.However, they can usually 31 to stay in some of the best hotels unlike 32 people.These very expensive hotels often lie in 33 parts of the city where there is 34 to do in the evenings.There are 35 at the front of them if you want to go 36 or you can walk along the road in front of the hotel, or just 37 the corner to find pubs and 38 that serve good beer and excellent food, or fast food, if you 39 . Some of these places 40 have

entertainment(娱乐)with singers or rock bands on the stage.If you don't want to go out of your hotel or go up to your 41 in the evening, you 42 always go to a bar.Some 43 hotels have

revolving(旋转)bars on the roof and you get a full view over the 44 .There may even be a karaoke bar, either in the hotel, 45 across the street, 46 you like the sort of entertainment.Many

hotels also 47 sports equipment, with a fitness center, swimming pool, squash and tennis courts. Many Asian cities have first-class 48 now with no difference in quality between East and West.The differences are in the environment and local culture and each city has its own character which 50 the interest of doing business in different parts of the East. C.refuse C.disabled C.quiet C.little C.cars C.everywhere C.round
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49

31.A.support B.afford 32.A.ordinary B.young 33.A.lonely B.convenient

D.manage D.lucky D.noisy D.anything D.taxis D.whenever D.below

34.A.nothing B.plenty 35.A.bikes B.buses

36.A.nowhere B.somewhere 37.A.from B.among

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38.A.hotels 39.A.decide 40.A.ever 41.A.hotel 42.A.will 43.A.large 44.A.city 45.A.or else 46.A.so 47.A.offer B.shops B.prefer B.never B.room B.should B.tall B.street B.or B.as B.consider C.hours C.need C.even C.home C.must C.expensive C.district C.otherwise C.if C.prepare C.hospitals C.special C.adds up to 41-45 BDBAB D.restaurants D.hope D.hardly D.restaurant D.can D.beautiful D.courtyard D.and D.where D.add D.hotels D.common D.add 46-50 CADCA

48.A.universities B.supermarkets 49.A.usual B.ordinary

50.A.adds to B.adds up 答案 31-35 BABBD 36-40 BCDBC

Passage 7
届高三上学期第二次月考) (湖南省浏阳一中 2010 届高三上学期第二次月考) Scientists find that hard-working people live longer than average men and women. Career women are ___36___ than housewives, Evidence(证据) shows that ___37___ are in poorer health than the job-holders. A study shows ___38_ the unemployment rate increases by 1%, the death rate increases correspondingly(相应地)by 2%. All this ___39_ one point: Work is helpful to health. Why is work good for health? It is because work keeps people busy, __40__ loneliness and solitude(孤独). Researches show that people feel _41___ and lonely when they have nothing to do. Instead, the happiest are those who are __42__. Many high achievers who love their careers feel that they are happiest when they are working hard. Work serves as __43__ between man and reality. By work, people ___44__ each other. By collective 集体的) activity, they find friendship ( and warmth. This is helpful to health. The loss of work __45__ the loss of everything. It affects man spiritually and makes him liable to(易于)__46__. __47___, work gives one a sense of fulfillment (充实感)and a sense of ___48__. Work makes one feel his value and status in society. When ___49__ finishes his writing or a doctor successfully __50___ a patient or a teacher sees his students ___51__, they are happy __52__. From the above we can come to the conclusion __53_ the more you work, __54___ you will be. Let us work hard, _55_ and live a happy and healthy life. 36 .A.more healthier B.healthier C.weaker D.worse 37. A.career women B.the busy C.the jobless D.the hard-working 38. A.that whenever B.whether C.that though D.since
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39.A.comes down to B.equals to C.adds up to D.amounts to 40.A.不填 B.off C.in touch with D.away from 41.A.happy, interested B.glad, joyful C.cheerful, concerned D.unhappy, worried 42.A.busy B. free C.lazy D.empty 43.A. a river B.a gap C.a channel D.a bridge 44. A.come across B.come into contact with C.look down upon D.watch over 45.A.means B.stands C.equals D.matches 46.A.success B.death C.victory D.disease 47.A.Besides B.Nevertheless C.However D.Yet 48.A.disappointment B.achievement C.regret D.apology 49.A.a worker B.a farmer C.a writer D.a manager 50.A.manages B.controls C.operates on D.deals with 51A..raise B.grow C.rise D.increase 52.A.in a word B.without a word C.at a word D.beyond words 53A.that B.which C.what D.不填. 54A. the lonelier and weaker B.lonelier and weaker C.happier and healthier D.the happier and healthier 55A. study well B.studying well C.study good D.studying good 答案 36-40 BCAAD 41-45 DADBA 46-50 DABCC 51-55 BDADA

Passage 8
(广东省茂名市第十中学 2010 届高三第一次模拟 广东省茂名市第十中学 届高三第一次模拟) Scientific experiments can sometimes go wrong and when they do them, results may range from the disastrous to the troubling. One such 22 ago. Whether its 23 21 took place in South America about fifty

consequences will cause serious damage or nothing more than a

small trouble still remains to be seen. The story began in 1956 when an American scientist working in Brazil decided to solve the problem of 24 the productivity of that country’s bees. He imported a very 25 type of

African bee from Tanzania and mated(交配) it with the more easy-going native variety to produce a new kind of bees. The new bees worked harder and produced twice as much honey. It seemed that Professor Kerr, for that was the scientist’s name , was entirely Then things began to go wrong. For some 27 26 .

as yet unseen, but perhaps as a result of 28 extremely attacking

something in their environment, the new bees began to personalities. They became bad-tempered and easy to be 30 them from their living places.

29, attacked the native bees and

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21. A. disaster 22. A. days 23. A. last 24. A. increasing 25. A. passive 26. A. careful 27. A. reason 28. A. stop 29. A. hungry 30. A. took B. accident B. weeks B. final B. reducing B. active B. grateful B. excuse B . develop B. angry B. drove C. incident C. months C. total C. making C. native C. successful C. cause C. accept C. heavy C. chased 26-30 C ABB B D. experiment D. years D. first D. controlling D. primitive D. successless

D. explanation D. receive D. terrible D. killed

答案 21-25DDBAB

Passage 9
(广东省惠州市 2010 届高三第一次调研考试 广东省惠州市 届高三第一次调研考试) It is estimated that about 10 million people go into coastal waters every year to get a closer look at whales. When the eco-tourists try to have a look at the __21___mammals rising above the water line, killer whales lives are greatly__22___, though they are the top of the food chain in the sea. “We now have more whale-watch boats than there are whales,” said Kelley BalcombBartok of an __23____ in Washington State which works with scientists to protect whales. All this activity is causing people to show more ___24____ about the whales health and survival .Some scientists say noise from all the boat traffic may __25____ a whales sonar(声纳, 声波)ability as much as 95 percent .The whales need sonar to find food. There new studies __26____ this month suggest the interference caused by the tourists is damaging the whales, whose population in the Puget Sound region has ___27___ from 98 to 80 in less than a decade. Scientist say all the traffic also forces the whales to move around morn, wasting energy needed for ___28____food. “I would say that at times when there are a lot of boats and there is a lot of noise, they are easily __29____,” said Tom McMillen, captain of the whale-watching boat Stellar Sea, which takes out there groups a day.

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Scientists say there is less food in the sea for the whales to eat : besides, the population in the sea is more serious. Obviously the __30_____from the boats make the life of the whales even worse. 21. A. huge 22. A. refreshed 23. A. activity 24. A. sympathy 25. A. stop 26. A. released 27. A. changed 28. A. tasting 29. A. astonished 30. A sound 答案 21-25 ACBDB B. poisonous B. discovered B. organization B enthusiasm B. decrease B abandoned B. sunk B. hunting B .annoyed B. voice 26-30 ADBBC C. delicate C. threatened C. area C. excitement C. increase C. predicted C. reduced C. searching C. disappointed C. noise D. cautions D. witnessed D. avenue D. concern D. improve D. relieved D. fallen D. eating D. excited D. echo

月更新】 【09 年 11 月更新】 Passage 10
月月考 (贵州省高武中学 2010 届高三 10 月月考) Recent studies show that only one out of three people have strong and healthy self-confidence. That _16___ two out of every three people simply don’t know the _17___ they already have to be successful when it’s _18___ there in their hands!_19 __if you want others to believe in you, you have to believe in yourself first. Remember: “No one can make you feel inferior(差的)unless you __20___ them.” A successful businessman says, “You can’t push

anyone up a ladder __21__ he knows he can climb himself.” Many of us have an image _22___, the image we have of ourselves. __23____one guy put it: “You can’t win a horse race if you think you look _24___on a horse.” To succeed, the first person you have to _25___ is yourself! So stop believing your own lies about yourself. Just __26___ your mind and you’ll change your life. One of the most harmful weapons that can kill your success in life are the two little words: “__27___”. You know that people used to _28___ that if human beings traveled faster than 30
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miles an hour it would _29___our circulation of blood and kill us? Thank goodness a few people

didn’t believe so__30____thinking, or we wouldn’t be riding in cars, buses, and flying in airplanes today. You’ll never know until you_31____ Roger Bannister was the first human being to run a mile in less than 4 minutes. But_32___he did it, most people in the world didn’t think it was even _33__. Yet only weeks after Bannister did it, suddenly__34____all over the world began running a mile in less than 4 minutes! If we believe something can be done, we’ll___35__do it. 16. A. means 17. A. chance 18. A. immediately 19. A. Because 20. A. let 21. A. if 22. A. quiz 23. A. When 24. A. curious 25. A. beat 26. A. settle 27. A. I failed. 28. A. imagine 29. A. start 30. A. silly 31. A. try 32. A. after 33. A. likely 34. A. workers 35. A. simply 答案 16-20 ACDBA B. reflects B. strength B. properly B. But B. challenge B. except B. question B. As B. good-looking B. knock B. bend B. Not me. B. think B. help B. empty B. realize B. before B. unbelievable B. runners B. seldom 21-25 DCBDA C. reads C. ability C. accurately C. What C. admit C. until C. problem C. While C. serious C. strike C. change C. Can I? C. expect C. stop C. reasonable C. understand C. since C. possible C. competitors C. never 26-30 D. explains D. reason D. right D. While D. get D. unless D. mystery D. Since D. funny D. defend D. fix D. I can’t. D. doubt D. quit D. terrible D. judge D. because D. impossible D. players D. usually CDBCA 31-35 ABCBD

Passage 11
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月月考) (贵州省回龙中学 2010 届高三 10 月月考) Have you ever seen a movie in which a building was burnt down or a bridge was destroyed? Have you seen films in which a train crashed or a ship __21_ into the ocean? If so, you may have wondered how these things could happen without __22_the people in the film. The man who knows the __23__ is the “special-effects” man. He has one of the most important jobs in the film __24__. He may be __25__ to create a flood or to make a battlefield explode. But he may also be told to create a __26_ effect which is much less exciting, though just as important to the success of the film. In a __27__ for one movie there was a big glass bowl __28__with water in which small fish __29__ swimming. The director of the movie__30__ the fish to stop swimming suddenly __31_ they seemed to stare at(盯着)an actor. Then the director wanted the fish to stop staring and swim away. But fish suddenly __32__ be ordered to do anything. It was quite a __33_. The special-effects man __34_ about this problem for a long time. The result was an idea for __35_ the fish with a harmless use of electricity. __36__he applied electricity to the fish bowl causing the fish to be totally still(静止的). Then he rapidly reduced the __37__ of electricity allowing the fish to be free. __38_ he got the humorous effect the director wanted. __39_in other parts of movie making there are those who have developed __40__ skill in creating certain kinds of effects. Jim White, who has been a special-effects man for thirty-two years, is best known for work with ships and airplanes. 21. A. burned 22. A. telling 23. A. reply 24. A. factory 25. A. forced 26. A. terrible 27. A. scene 28. A. covered 29. A. liked 30. A. hoped 31. A. while B. sank B. harming B. question B. making B. ordered B. ill B. step B. asked B. enjoyed B. wanted B. since C. fell C. protecting C. message C. field C. allowed C. good C. stage C. filled C. was C. decided C. so that
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D. dropped D. organizing D. secret D. company D. chosen D. special D. room D. fitted D. were D. designed D. as long as

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32. A. mustn’t 33. A. question 34. A. talked 35. A. controlling 36. A. As a result 37. A. price 38. A. Even 39. A. Like 40. A. certain 答案 21-25 BBDBB. B. may not B. failure B. set B. operating B. Immediately B. number B. Thus B. So B. particular C. shouldn’t C. problem C. quarreled C. driving C. First C. amount C. Finally C. As C. advanced 31-35 CDCDA. D. can’t D. disappointment D. thought D. lighting D. Above all D. speed D. Actually D. Yet D. careful 36-40CCBCB

26-30 DACDB.

Passage 12
(河北省正定中学 2010 届高三摸底考试 河北省正定中学 届高三摸底考试) Nicknamed the Golden Music Boy, 21-year-old Hu Yanbin, was born and grew up in Shanghai. At the age of 15, he made a he was 18. Fortunately, the Both Pen and Sword 23 22 21 that he would make his own album before

boy’s dream came true. His first album Adept with in 2002 and he became the first mainland artist to 25 24

a solo album in the mainland, Hong Kong, and Taiwan album 26 him to become a popular star.

at the same time. The

His success is not only because of his excellent singing of his talent in song 28 . 29 him.

27

, but also because

Before his album was made, Hu Yanbin’s someone else to write several songs hoped. songs. 31 32 30

company tried to invite

None of them were as good as they’d

Hu Yanbin came into the office with a guitar on his back and played several , everyone in the office really liked these tunes and they decided to 33

them on his first album. Some people would musical 35 34 this rising star with Jay Chou from Taiwan, but Hu says his 36 he likes Jay Chou’s 38 39

is quite different from Jay Chou’s, 37

music. With many music awards already in his

, Hu Yanbin seems to be

up with many of the superstars in the country. Though some people don’t like him and say

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things about him, he says that it doesn’t 40 him. All he plans to do is focusing on his

music and bringing out more and better songs for his fans. 21. A. hope 22. A. clever 23. A. came up 24. A. realize 25. A. even 26. A. wanted 27. A. skills 28. A. playing 29. A. concert 30. A. to 31. A. But B. dream B. talented B. came over B. dismiss B. all B. expected B. ideas B. making B. record B. about B. And C. achievement C. determined C. came about C. release C. still C. desired C. means C. writing C. music C. with C. Thus B. In a word D. In reality B. include B. provide B. taste B even though B. mind B. coming B. strange B. mind C. contain C. compare C. form C in case C. sight C. catching C. some C. care D. seize D. cheer D. style D now that D. heart D. doing D. bad D. ruin D. wish D. fearless D. came out D. gain D. yet D helped D. methods D. feeling D. performance D. for D. Then

32. A. To his surprise C. To be honest 33. A. take 34. A. praise 35. A. ability 36. A. as though 37. A. pockets 38. A. keeping 39. A. nice 40. A. bother

答案 21-25 BBDCB

26-30 DACBD

31-35 DABCD

36-40 BACDA

Passage 13
(江苏省南京市金陵中学 2010 届高三 10 月月考 江苏省南京市金陵中学 月月考) Much meaning can be conveyed with our eyes, so it is often said that eyes can speak. Do you have such kind of 36 ? In a bus you may look at a
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37 , but not too long. And

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if he is 38 that he is being stared at, he may feel 40 39 . 41 , you will look at

The same is in

life. If you are looked at for more than

yourself up and down, to see if there is feel angry toward other’s 43

42 wrong with you. If nothing goes wrong, you will

at you that way. 44 . But things are different

Looking too long at someone may seem to be rude and when it and 46 45

to stare at the opposite sex. If a man glances at a Woman for more than 10 seconds 47 , that is, he wishes to attract her

to avert(移开) his gaze, his intentions are 48 her. 50

attention, to make her understand that he is

49 , the normal eye contact for two people will only look at the listener

in a conversation is that the speaker

51 , in order to make sure that the listener does pay attention to

what the former is speaking about, to tell him that he is attentive. If a speaker looks at you continuously when speaking, 52 he tries to dominate(控制) you, you will feel embarrassing. 53 only, who will enjoy looking at each 54 cannot express.

In fact, continuous eye contact is confined to other tenderly for a long time, to show affection that

Evidently, eye contact should be done according to the relationship between two people and the specific 55 . B.thought B.driver B.sensing B.stupid B.daily B.authentic B.somewhere B.stare B.positive B.hopes B.refuses B.unhealthy B.enjoying B.Otherwise C.feeling C.tourist C.telling C.uncomfortable C.family C.special C.nothing C.appreciation C.aggressive C.tries C.manages C.obvious C.cheating C.Altogether D.attitude D.stranger D.deciding D.angry D.school D.necessary D.anywhere D.notice D.active D.seems D.aims D.unfair D.selecting D.However

36.A.experience 37.A.conductor 38.A.looking 39.A.interested 40.A.social 41.A.friendly 42.A.anything 43.A.interest 44.A.attentive 45.A.comes 46.A.starts 47.A.dirty 48.A.admiring 49.A.Therefore

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50.A.engaged 51.A.all the time 52.A.in case 53.A.mothers 54.A.looks 55.A.situation 答案 36—40 ADBCB B.attracted C.trapped D.invited D.back and forth D.so that D.teachers D.words D.condition 51—55 BBCDA

B.from time to time C.all the way B.as if B.children B.eyes B.circumstance 41—45 DABCA C.even though C.lovers C.smiles C.environment 46—50 BCADA

Passage 14
届高三第三次月考) (贵州省遵义十七中 2010 届高三第三次月考) When I was small, my grandmother died and I couldn’t understand why I had no tears. that night when my dad tried to So it came as no same part of the that 25 24 23 22 , my laugh turned into crying. to learn that researchers believe crying and laughing come from the 21

. Just as laughing has many health advantages, scientists are discovering

does crying. 26 is important to our emotional (情绪的) health, and 27 after

Whatever it takes for us to reduce

crying as the study shows that 85 percent of women and 73 percent of men feel crying. 28 , tears attract help from other people. Researchers 30 29

that when we cry, people

around us become kinder and friendly and they are more Tears also enable us to 33 31 our emotions better; 32

to provide support and comfort.

we don’t even know we’re very sad 34 them.

we cry. We learn about our emotions through crying, and then we can Just as crying can be healthy, not crying — holding back tears of

35 , pain or suffering

— can be can 38

36

for physical health.

37

have shown that too much control of emotions

high blood pressure, heart problems and some other illnesses. If you have a health 39 will certainly not ask you to cry. But when y9ou feel like crying, don’t 40

problem,

it. It’s a natural-and-healthy-emotional response. 21. A. And 22. A. wake me up 23. A. gain B. So B. cheer me up B. surprise C. As C. call me up C. pain D. But D. bring me up D. joy

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24. A. brain 25. A. it 26. A. pleasure 27. A. better 28. A. Instead 29. A. expect 30. A. interested 31. A. understand 32. A. gradually 33. A. if 34. A. begin with 35. A anger 36. A. good 37. A. Books 38. A. turn to 39. A. parents 40. A. fight B. lip B. either B. weight B. worse B. However B. agree B. exciting B. offer B. regularly B. because B. end up with B. hunger B. bad B. Newspapers B. stick to B. doctors B. accept C. memory C. so C. words C. healthy C. Besides C. suggest C. unwilling C. start C. sometimes C. since C. fill up with C. happiness C. difficult C. Studies C. relate to C. scientists C. strike 31-35 ACCDA D. mind D. neither D. pressure D. sick D. Therefore D. require D. ready D. create D. easily D. until D. deal with D. calm D. dangerous D. Instructions D. lead to D. teachers D. hit 36-40 BCDBA

答案 21-25 DBBAC 26-30 DACBD

Passage 15
届高三第三次月考) (四川省南充高中 2010 届高三第三次月考) Sometimes, you feel as if you’re on top of the world and all the questions on your math test might seem 21 . But at times you feel horrible, and you your schoolwork.. For more than 20 years, scientists have 23 that high self-respect is the key to success. 24 school and have fewer emotional 22 things and you cannot focus on

Kids who feel good about themselves, said scientists, do

and behavioural problems than kids who have a low 25 of themselves. Now, new research shows that focusing just on building self-respect may not be 26 . In some cases, having high self-respect can upset when you fail at something. “ 29 about self-respect,” says Jennifer Crocker, a psychologist at the University of
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27 bad results if it makes you

28

likeable or more

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Michigan, US. “It’s not the 30 good to feel good about yourself. 32 show that people with high self-respect are less likely to be depressed, anxious, shy, or thing.” Crocker’s advice may sound a bit strange 31 it is

lonely than those with low self-respect. But, after 33 about 18,000 studies on self-respect, Roy Baumeister, a psychologist at Florida State University, has found that building up your self-respect will not 34 He 35 make you a better person. that violent and wicked people often have the highest self-respect of all. He also

said, “ 36 no evidence that kids with high self-respect do better in school.” Researchers say it is best to listen to and support other people. 37 to create or build something. Find positive ways to contribute to society. 38 you fail at something, try to learn

from the 39 . “The best therapy(药方)is to recognize your 40 ,” Vohs says. “It’s OK to say, ‘I’m not so good at that,’ and then move on.” 21.A.interesting 22.A.lose 23.A.described 24.A.well with 25.A.opinion 26.A.valuable 27.A.form 28.A.most 29.A.Forget 30.A.important 31.A.even if 32.A.Experiences 33.A.worrying 34.A.conveniently 35.A.intends 36.A.There’s 37.A.Try out 38.A.Unless B.tiring B.gain B.explained B.better in B.plan B.useless B.take B.more B.Talk B.possible B.but B.Studies B.teaching B.strangely B.insists B.It’s B.Set out B.While C.hard C.test C.suggested C.best at C.thought C.meaningful C.give C.less C.Bring C.difficult C.while C.Results C.reviewing C.practically C.prefers C.What’s C.Start out C.If
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D.easy D.touch D.discovered D.badly for D.advice D.helpful D.bring D.far D.Care D.fortunate D.although D.Actions D.talking D.necessarily D.believes D.He’s D.Give out D.Now that

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39.A.research 40.A.faults B.result B.advantages C.behaviour C.ways D.experience D.evidences 36—40 ABCDA

答案 21—25 DACBA 26—30 DDCAA 31—35 BBCDD

月更新】 【09 年 12 月更新】 Passage 16
2010 届高三上学期期中考试) (云南省玉溪一中 2010 届高三上学期期中考试) New Zealand is an island that lies off the eastern coast of Australia. It __36___ two large islands: North Island and South Island. New Zealand is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean ___37___ the north and east, and the Tasman Sea to the south and west. It is about the same size as the Philippines. Wellington___38___, the capital city, lies on the North Island. Other important ___39___ are Auckland in the north, Christchurch on the South Island and Queenstown, further to the south. ___40___has a mild sea climate, while the north is subtropical. It rains quite a lot. The warmest months are December to February. The coldest months are June to August. The ocean and seas surrounding the islands are deep blue and many of New Zealand’s cities lie on a bay and have a natural deep ___41___. The sand beaches in New Zealand are also very ___42___. New Zealand has a very beautiful natural landscape with green hills and mountains. Some of the ___43___ are dead volcanoes. The North Island is famous for an area of ___44___, some of which throw hot water into the air. Some of this ___45___ near the earth’s surface is used to make electricity. There are many plants and ___46___ that only live in New Zealand. The most famous animal is a little bird that cannot fly. It is called a kiwi and it is New Zealand’s national bird. The ___47___were the earliest people to come to New Zealand. When they discovered it about 1,000 years ago, they called it Aotearoa, which means “ Land of the long white cloud”. The Maori came from the islands of Polynesia in the ___48___. It is some 3,500 kilometers from Polynesia to New Zealand , which they crossed in narrow ___49___. They ___50___ dogs, rats and plants with them and settled mainly on the ___51___ where the weather was warmer. Around 1421, Chinese sailors possibly discovered the islands on one of their ___52___ around the word. The Dutchman Abel Tasman named the islands New Zealand in 1642. More than 120 years later,

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Captain James Cook took possession of the islands in 1769 and from that time British people started to settle in New Zealand. By 1840 about 2,000 ___53___, mainly British, had come to settle in New Zealand and the Maori signed an agreement with these settlers. That day is still celebrated as a national holiday. It is every year on the sixth of February. Today there are many people in New Zealand who call ___54___ “the home country”, although it is a place ___55___ most of them have never been. 36. A. consists of 37. A. on 38. A. London 39. A. states 40. A. Christchurch 41. A. harbour 42. A. polluted 43. A. mountains 44. A. miners 45. A. spring 46. A. beaches 47. A. Chinese 48. A. Atlantic 49. A. buses 50. A. raised 51. A. North Island 52. A. travels 53. A. Europeans 54. A. New Zealand 55. A. which 答案 36-40 ACBCD B.is made of B. in B. Wellington B. seas B. South Island B. city B. blue B. rivers B. hot springs B. heat B. birds B. British B. Indian B. boats B. bought B. South Island B. trips B. Asians B. England B. that C. is made from C. to C. Auckland C. cities C. North Island C. river C. narrow C. beaches C. animals C. water C. animals C. Maori C. Arctic C. ships C. brought C. Queenstown C. fights C. Chinese C. China C. where D. is separated by D. off D. Queenstown D. states D. New Zealand D. beach D. clean D. places D. landscapes D. land D. people D. Europeans D. Pacific D. planes D. took D. New Zealand D. voyages D. Englishmen D. Island D. what 51-55 ADABC

41-45 ADABB 46-50 CCDBC

Passage 17
届高三上学期期中考试) (山东省青岛市 2010 届高三上学期期中考试)

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Guess what? Your dog can get jealous when you pay attention to other dogs, other people or even other things. Dogs have complex research that throws new 36 37 such as jealousy (嫉妒) and pride, according to a scientific on their relations with 38 . of self", which is

Animal psychologists previously believed most animals lacked " 39 needed to experience secondary emotions such as emotions are more 41 40

, embarrassment or guilt. These

than instant reactions such as anger or joy.

Professor Friederike Range, from the University of Vienna, has shown that dogs are jealous when they feel unfairly treated 42 to other dogs. "Dogs show a strong 43 to inequity (不 44 something

公平)," she said. "If one dog gets something, you'd better believe another will as well." But, her study 46 . The dog study is the latest into several have 48 47 45

, it doesn't matter if one gets a better treat, only that the distribution is

, including cows, horses, cats and sheep, which 49 were thought.

that animals are far more self-aware than

Paul Morris, a psychologist at the University of Portsmouth who studies animal emotions, told The Sunday Times: "We are learning that dogs, horses, and perhaps many other species are far more 50 complex than we ever realized. They can 51 simple forms of many emotions

we once thought only primates (灵长类) could experience." In research among 52 , Morris found almost all of them reported 53 behavior by

their pets. The dog often tried to get their owner away from a new lover in the early days of a relationship. Behavior experts recommend owners keeping their dog's new partner or child . This helps to with barking or whining (哀嚎). 55 54 as much as possible from a

jealous activity from the dog such as interruptions

36. A. emotions 37. A. sweat 38. A. cats 39. A. feeling

B. feelings B. tears B. humans B. sense

C. experience C. light C. scientists C. care
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D. realization D. delight D. animals D. relation

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40. A. happiness 41. A. important 42. A. related 43. A. effect 44. A. need 45. A. points out 46. A. good 47. A. species 48. A. covered 49. A. we 50. A. physically 51. A. enjoy 52. A. students 53. A. angry 54. A. activity 55. A. prevent
答案

B. anger B. necessary B. compared B. reaction B. concern B. points at B. fair B. kinds B. played B. they B. morally B. ache B. dog owners B. joyful B. routine B. keep 41- 45 CBBCA

C. jealousy C. complex C. comparing C. effort C. demand C. points to C. delightful C. sorts C. shown C. people C. emotionally C. laugh C. professors C. jealous C. experience C. protect 46 -50 BACBC

D. sadness D. hard D. relating D. influence D. hope D. points up D. favorable D. varieties D. displayed D. you D. mentally D. suffer D. doctors D. guilty D. away D. stop 51- 55 DBCDA

36 - 40 ACBBC

Passage 18
届高三第一学期期中考试) (上海格致中学 2010 届高三第一学期期中考试) Some personal characteristics play an important role in the development of one’s intelligence.But people fail to realize the importance of training these factors in young people. The so-called “non-intelligence factors” include one’s feelings, will, motivation, interests and habits.After a 30-year follow up study of 8,000 males, American psychologists50that the main cause of disparities in intelligence is not intelligence51 including the desire to learn, will power and self-confidence. 52people all know that one should have definite objectives, a strong will and good learning habits, quite a number of teachers and parents don’t pay much attention to factors. Some parents are greatly worried when their children fail to do well in their studies.They blame either genetic factors, malnutrition ( 营 养 不 良 )
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, but non-intelligence factors

53

these

or laziness, but they never

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take54consideration these non-intelligence factors.At the same time, some teachers don’t inquire into these, as reasons55students do poorly.They simply give them more courses and exercises, or56 criticize or laugh at them. After all, these students lose self-confidence. Some of them

just feel defeated and57themselves up as hopeless. Others may go astray (堕落)because they are sick of learning.An investigation of more than 1,000 middle school students in Shanghai showed that 46.5 percent of them were58of learning, because of examinations, 36.4 percent lacked persistence, initiative and consciousness and 10.3 percent were sick of learning. It is clear that the lack of cultivation of non-intelligence factors has been a main 59

to intelligence development in teenagers.It even causes an imbalance between physiological and 60 development among a few students.

If we don’t start now to61the cultivation of non-intelligence factors, it will not only affect the development of the intelligence of teenagers, but also affect the quality of a whole generation.Some experts have put forward62about how to cultivate students’ non-intelligence factors. First, parents and teachers should63understand teenage psychology.On this basis, they can help them to pursue the objectives of learning, willpower. 50.A.came out 51.A.in itself 52.A.Though 53.A.believing 54.A.for 55.A.why 56.A.ever 57.A.put 58.A.afraid 59.A.difficulty 60.A.intelligent 61.A.practice 62.A.projects B.found out B.by itself B.Nevertheless B.studying B.in B.that B.even B.get B.ahead B.question B.characteristic B.thrust B.warnings C.made out C.itself C.However C.cultivating C.into C.when C.still C.handle C.aware C.threat C.psychological C.strengthen C.suggestions D.worked out D.on its own D.Moreover D.developing D.over D.how D.more D.give D.ashamed D.obstacle D.physical D urge D.decision 64their interests and toughening their

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63.A.fully 64.A.insuring 答案 50-54 B C A C C B.greatly B.going 55-59 A B D A D C.very C.encouraging 60-64 C C C A D D.highly D.exciting

Passage 19
届高三第五次月考) (湖南省长沙市一中 2010 届高三第五次月考) Starting next year, Ford Motor Co. will allow parents to limit the speed at which their teenage children drive their cars. The company will make a 36 feature on many 2010 models that can 37 teen drivers to 80mph(130kph), using a computer chip in the 38. Parents in the United States, where most teens can get their 39 at 16, also have the option of programming the car key to limit the audio system’s volume, and to sound continuous alerts if the driver doesn’t wear a 40. “Our message to 41 is, hey, we are providing you some conditions to give your new drivers that may allow you to feel a little more comfortable in giving them the car more often,” said Jim Buczkowski, Ford’s director of electronic and electrical systems engineering. More than 5,000 US teens die each year in car 42. The rate of crashes, fatal and nonfatal, per mile driven for 16-year-old drivers is almost 10 times the 43 for drivers ages 30 to 59, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The new feature, called “MtKey”, will be standard on an unspecified number of Ford models when the 2010 cars and trucks come out late next summer. Ford arrived at the 80 mph limit even though freeway speed limits are lower in most states because it wanted to leave a margin 44 an unusual situation arises, Buczkowski said. In some states, freeway speed limits are above 70 mph. The company already uses computer chips in its keys to prevent thefts. The car won’t start 45 it recognizes the chip in the key. “ It’s 46 existing technology, and 47 the magic of software, we’re able to build features on top of the features we already have,” Buczkowski said. 36. A. new 37. A. fasten 38. A. wheel 39. A. drivers license B. old B. encourage B. key B. drivers picture C. strange C. limit C. window C. ID cards D. advanced D. make D. seat D. certificates

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40. A. school uniform 41. A. teachers 42. A. factories 43. A. number 44. A. in case 45. A. because 46. A. making up of 47. A. in 答案 36---47. ACBAC B. T-shirt B. neighbours B. crashes B. average B. if only B. while B. making use of B. with CBDAD BD C. seat belt C. parents C. shows C. speed C. even though C. if C. making of C. across D. climbing boots D. friends D. drives D. rate D. in addition D. unless D. making for D. through

Passage 20
届高三上学期期中考试) (福建省师大二附中 2010 届高三上学期期中考试)

The British usually expect one or two snowfalls each year, but the amount of snow rarely affects everyday life. 36, this week Britain has had the worst snow it has 37 in around 18 years.

Some places had more than 30cm in a day. The bad weather 38 severe trouble. More than 3000 schools 39 to close as teachers and

pupils were unable to get to school. School 40 weren’t too unhappy about it, though, as they headed 41 to play in the snow,

building snowmen, having snowball fights, sledging and some even snowboarding and skiing. In London, bus 43 42 were stopped for a day and the underground and trains were cancelled.

motorways in the country had to close. 44 is thought that the cost of this lost labour is

Many people were unable to get to work and

around &1 billion to businesses and the economy. 45 wanting to leave the country had problems too. Runways were 47 46 at all the UK’s 48 some

major airports

the amount of snow. Hundreds of flights were cancelled,

passengers trapped at airports. So 49 is the UK so ill-prepared for snow? The mayor of London, Boris Johnson, 50 that 51

there aren’t enough snow –ploughs and gritters(撒沙机) and it doesn’t make sense to buy equipment when it snows so infrequently.
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The southeast of England was the hardest __52__ at the beginning of the week but the snow is now 53 northwards where the chaos continues. 54 the week and the advice from travel and weather

More ice and snow is forecast

organizations is to stay indoors 55 you really need to venture out!

36、A、Therefore 37、A、spotted 38、A、had 39、A、had 40、A、teachers 41、A、up 42、A、services 43、A、Important 44、A、this 45、A、Someone 46、A、stopped 47、A、despite 48、A、leaving 49、A、how 50、A、announced 51、A、such 52、A、hit 53、A、falling 54、A、within 55、A、as

B、But B、seen B、caused B、used B、children B、down B、stations B、Wide B、that B、Anyone B、trapped B、of B、making B、why

C、However C、noticed C、did C、ought C、workers C、away C、stops C、Big C、it C、Everyone C、closed C、in spite of C、getting C、when

D、Actually D、watched D、met D、dared D、boys D、out D、drivers D、Major D、what D、Nobody D、cancelled D、because of D、sending D、where

B、explained C、suggested D、predicted B、so C、this D、that D、attacked D、forming D、throughout D、when

B、knocked C、beaten B、making B、before B、if C、moving C、until C、unless

答案 36-55

CBBAB

DADCB

CDABB

AACDC

Passage 21

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月考试) (安徽省池州市七校调研 2010 届高三第一学期 12 月考试)

People often fall ill because of me. own 37 , A tired person may get 39 38

36

, they can hardly blame me; it is largely their , especially when he goes to crowded places with

polluted air. A sudden change in

is another factor. In hot summer, people turn on the

air-conditioner upon returning home. They will catch a cold easily. My latest victim is an energetic student. After school, he played football hard for two hours. Though 40 , he still went to the cinema. Then he got back home and took a cold shower

immediately. I seized this golden chance to already 43 41 him. He reacted, trying to 42 me, but I was 44

deep in his throat. He kept sneezing(打喷嚏) and his nose was running.

he put on some warm clothes, it didn't work, for there were too many of us. Besides, his sore throat kept 46 . The next day he couldn't go to 47 . He had lost his appetite and was not as 48 45 him, and he developed a cough to force me and my family out, but

as before. His mother made him orange juice every few hours for more vitamin C, which would help his 49 . For two days he was and I began to feel the 51 50 by his mother. As he rested more, his defense strengthened . I knew I had to 52 him before long. But I am not the 53 , it was my turn to feel 55

one who gives up easily, and I made every effort to fight back. 54

now, for his defense system was starting an all-out attack against me. I became

and finally my time was over. Do you know what I am? 36. A. Therefore 37. A. business 38. A. punished 39. A. temperature 40. A. excited 41. A. injure 42. A. get on with B. Besides B. responsibility B. blamed B. season B. hurt B. bother B. get rid of C. However C. excuse C. caught C. place C. late C. attack C. put up with
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D. Then D. fault D. killed D. condition D. tired D. destroy D. take hold of

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43. A. reproducing 44. A. Since 45. A. reminding 46. A. escaped 47. A. bed 48. A. peaceful 49. A. recovery 50. A. protected 51. A. loss 52. A. leave 53. A. Uncertainly 54. A. painful 55. A. bigger B. waiting B. Once B. upsetting B. succeeded B. work B. afraid B. development B. nursed B. operation B. catch B. Unsuccessfully B. disappointed B. weaker C. hiding C. Whether C. comforting C. regretted C. school C. active C. study C. scolded C. pressure C. forget C. Unusually C. nervous C. smaller 46-50 DCCAB D. disappearing D. Although D. influencing D. failed D. hospital D. happy D. affected D. affected D. movement D. beat D. Unfortunately D. ashamed D. stronger 51-55 CADAB

答案 36-40 CDCAD 41-45 CBADB

Passage 22
届高三上学期期中考试) (江西省瑞昌一中 2010 届高三上学期期中考试) Advancing age means losing your hair, your waistline and your memory,right ? Dana Denis is just 40 years old, but 36 she's worried about what she calls “my rolling mental blackouts” . about these lapses,

“I try to remember something and I just blank out.” she says. You may 37

calling them “senior moments ”or blaming “early Alzheimer's (老年痴呆症)”. Is it an inescapable fact that the older you get, the 38 to blame age 39 you remember? Well, sort of. But as time goes by, we tend

problems that are not necessarily age-related.

“When a teenager can't find her keys, she thinks it's because she's distracted or disorganized”, says Paul Gold. “A 70-year-old blames her 40 things for decades. In healthy people, memory doesn't worsen as 42 the memory mechanism isn't 44 as many of us think. “As we 43 , ”. In fact, 70-year-old may have been the 41

”, says psychologist Fergus Craik. “It's just inefficient”. 46 .

The brain's processing speed 45 over the years,though no one knows exactly Recent research suggests that nerve cells lose efficiency 47

there's less activity in the brain. . A beginning athlete is 50 the brain gets more

But, cautions Barry Gordon, “It's not clear that less activity is 48 winded 气喘吁吁) ( more__49__than a senior athlete. In the same way,
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skilled at a task, it expends less energy on it.” There are 51 52 you can take to compensate for normal slippage in your memory, though it 53 55 to keep expect

effort. Margaret Sewell says “We're a quick-fix culture, but you have to 54 . It's like having a good body. You can't go to the gym once a year

your brain

to stay in top form”. 36. A. almost 37. A. joke 38. A. much 39. A. since 40. A. memory 41. A. organizing 42. A. rapidly 43. A. mature 44. A. broken 45. A. falls down 46. A. why 47. A. although 48. A. irregular 49. A. difficultly 50. A. as 51. A. stages 52. A. tries 53. A. rest 54. A. in peace 55. A. so B. seldom B. laugh B. little B. for B. mind B. misplacing B. frequently B. progress B. poor B. slows down B. how B. so B. better B. easily B. till B. steps B. takes B. come B. in detail B. or C. already C. blame C. more C. by C. trouble C. putting C. timely C. age C. perfect C. sets down C. what C. since C. normal C. common C. though C. advantages C. does C. work C. in fashion C. and 51-55 BBCDC D. never D. criticize D. less D. because D. health D. finding D. quickly D. grow D. working D. turns down D. when D. that D. worse D. fast D. yet D. purposes D. spends D. study D. in shape D. if

答案 36-40 CADBA 41-45 BDCAB 46-50 ABDBA

Passage 23
届高三第一学期期中考试) (上海师大附中 2010 届高三第一学期期中考试)

In the United Kingdom the institution responsible for making laws, discussing major issues ___50____ the country and raising taxes is called Parliament.The three parts of Parliament, the sovereign (= the king or queen), the House of Lords and the House of commons, meet together only on special ___51____.Although the agreement of all three is required for laws ___52____, that of the king or queen is now given without question. Parliament comes from “parley”, a discussion.The word was first used in the 13th century to
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__53__ meetings between Henry III and his noblemen in the Great Council. At that time, the king used his and his noblemen’s money to ___54___ government and war.Several kings found that they did not have enough money, and so they called together ___55___ from the counties and towns of England to ask them to ___56___ increased taxes.Over time, the Great Council became the House of Lords, and the people from the counties and towns became the House of Commons.___57___, the king needed only the support of his councilors to pass a law, but by the end of the 15th century members of the House of Commons were taking part in the ___58___ process. . Control of the money supply by the House of Lords and the House of Commons make it difficult for the sovereign to ___59____ Parliament’s wishes.Ministers were appointed by the sovereign but they needed support in the House of Commons to be able to pass laws and raise taxes. ___60___ of political parties during the 18th century gave them the ___61___ to obtain The that support. involvement of the sovereign in policy-making and administration was gradually The ___62___, leaving government in the hands of a cabinet, presided over (= be in the charge of) by a prime minister.___63___ the 19th century, the Government has been the party with the most members in the House of Commons, and the ___64___ of that party has been the Prime Minister. 50.A.affecting 51.A.situations 52.A.passed 53.A.detect 54.A.share with 55.A.representatives 56.A.confess 57.A.Inevitably 58.A.peace-loving 59.A.ignore 60.A.decline 61.A.directions 62.A.conducted 63.A.Before B.effecting B.consequences B.being passed B.describe B.offer to B.symbols B.approve B.Eventually B.law-making B.confirm B.failure B.hope B.reduced B.After C.destroying C.occasions C.to pass C.compose C.pay for C.protesters C.achieve C.Presently C.law-defending C.account for C.decrease C.means C.declined C.Since
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D.realizing D.cases D.to be passed D.interpret D.take up D.reminders D.consider D.Originally D.war-deciding D.transform into D.rise D.power D.rejected D.Until

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64.A.leader B.candidate C.applicant D.advisor

答案 50.A 58.B

51.C 59.A

52.D 60.D

53.B 61.C

54.C 62.B

55.A 63.C

56.B 64.A

57.D

Passage 24
届高三上学期期中考试英语) (福建省福州三中 2010 届高三上学期期中考试英语)

It seems like everywhere a person goes there is at least one person with a cell phone to his ear. Even in places (36) cell phone usage is banned such as concert halls or movie theaters there is the (37) offender, or at least a few people using the text messaging feature (38) their phones. Cell phone usage has (39) over the past decade and continues to rise. Nearly two hundred (40) people in the United States have cell phones and there are (41) over one billion users worldwide. That means there are a lot of phones (42) their frequencies over the airwaves at any given time. Concern has arisen over whether or not cell phone usage (43) harm a person’s health. Brain cancer rates in the United States have risen since cell phones were (44), leading some people to wonder if cell phone usage is the reason for the (45). Some people say the biggest danger (46) cell phones isn’t from the either real or perceived potential to develop cancer, but from(47)while using the cell phone. How many of us have seen vehicles driving (48) erratically (不稳定地) down the road. And we often see when we get near the vehicle the driver is (49) on a cell phone. It is a proven fact that a driver on a cell phone is (50) attentive and more likely to get in an accident. And, hands-free sets aren’t the (51) that some people may believe. Yes, they (52) both hands for driving and prevent a person from getting a sore (酸疼的) arm, (53) the driver’s mind is still (54) the conversation and therefore less attentive to what is (55) around him or her on the road. 36.A.which 37.A.busy 38.A.under 39.A.been exploded B.where B.always B.on B.exploded C.there C.occasional C.from C.been exploding D.here D.occasionally D.to D.exploding

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40.A.millions 41.A.well 42.A.delivering 43.A.may 44.A.allowed 45.A.increase 46.A.with 47.A.attention 48.A.quite 49.A.using 50.A.more 51.A.problem 52.A.hold up 53.A.therefore 54.A.taken up 55.A.happening to 答案 36-40 BCBBC B.milions of B.good B.carrying B.must B.invented B.decline B.before B.attractive B.almost B.talking B.less B.question B.pick up B.as B.filled by B.going on C.million C.better C.taking C.can C.introduced C.improvement C.in C.careless C.hardly C.moving C.least C.mean C.put up C.but C.occupied with C.talking about D.million of D.best D.sending D.should D.bought D.rose D.on D.inattentiveness D.nearly D.handing D.fewer D.answer D.free up D.though D.picked up D.moving about

41-45 ADCCA 46-50 ADABB 51-55 DDCCB

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届高三上学期第二次月考) (福建省三明一中 2010 届高三上学期第二次月考)

What causes your computer a slow one? The problem lies with changes that occur to the PC's software. The 2 most 51 causes of slowdown (along with easy solutions) are:

Registry errors - the most common problem Every 52 you load a program, game or file, your PC's software registry is updated with 53 , when the item is removed, these 54 to carry

new instructions needed to operate that item.

instructions usually remain on your PC. Every time you run your computer it

out these instructions but, because the related program can't be found, it causes a registry error. Your PC is doing a lot 55 work than it should be and the result is a significantly
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56 computer. One of the best ways to manage this is with a identifies and you 58 57 little tool. This program scans,

registry errors - resulting in a computer that's a lot more like it was when

59 bought it.

Spyware and viruses Spyware and viruses are software programs that are loaded on your computer knowledge or permission. They have various purposes, Changing the default search engine in your browser Tracking your web surfing Stealing your personal 63 64 from the 62 61 : 60 your

Most spyware and viruses get onto our computers through files that we internet or as attachments to emails. They tend to 66 will significantly slow down the computer. The simple rule of thumb to follow is to never download any 67 65

up a lot of computing power and as a

software programs from 68 . In 69

companies you do not know and trust, especially screensavers, emoticons and the

addition, make sure you have a good anti-virus / spyware removal software running at times. Follow the above advice and your PC should stay fast and 51. A. common 52. A. day 53. A. Although 54. A. costs 55. A. more 56. A. faster 57. A. easy 58. A. finds 59. A. first 60. A. without 61. A. including 62. A. abilities B. ordinary B. week B. However B. keeps B. much B. slower B. funny B. sees B. next B. with B. includes B. habits 70 . D. normal D. second D. And D. tries D. least D. stronger D. dull D. stores D. second D. for D. include D. faults

C. special C. time C. Though C. takes C. most C. quicker C. neat C. fixes C. last C. between C. included C. shortcomings

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63. A. money 64. A. read 65. A. make 66. A. rule 67. A. free 68. A. thing 69. A. each 70. A. safe B. possession B. search B. turn B. hobby B. cheap B. like B. every B. dangerous C. happiness C. write C. take C. result C. expensive C. difference C. some C. important D. information D. download D. cut D. start D. useful D. interest D. all D. useful

答案 51-70

ACBDA BCCAA ABDDC

CABDA

Passage 26
月月考) (山西省山大附中 2010 届高三 12 月月考)

Chinese people think a lot about food.In fact,I think that they are sometimes obsessed(痴 迷) with it.My first experience of this 16 of Chinese culture came at a banquet during a trip how fabulous(丰 18 the table,

to Beijing in 1998.I had eaten Chinese food often,but I could not have 17 盛的)a real Chinese banquet could be.The first six or seven dishes seemed to with plates dangerously 19 one on top of another. thought this vast I

20 of food was the 22 a bit

total number of dishes to be served, I started eating and

21 . Everyone else just

of each dish and then put their chopsticks down,continuing to chat.“They can't have very big appetites,” I thought. To my surprise,more dishes enough to feed a whole army.No 23 ,plus soups,side dishes,and desserts.There was 24 my fellow guests had had only a few 25 26 that I could only of each 27 as

dish; they knew what was still to come. I was already so But the banquet continued.

Another aspect of“food culture”is that the Chinese seem to eat almost every part of every animal——much to the are all likely to kid 30 29 28 of many westerners. Stomach, ears, tongue, hoof and lungs tail,

on the dinner table in front of you.The first time I saw a three-year-old

chewing a chicken's head I had bad dreams for weeks.
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These days I enjoy that sort of food myself. 31 taken longer for me to ,there are other kinds of foods that have 33 . (The name on a trip to Hunan:

32 . infamous(臭名昭著的) choudoufu is a(n) The I found another 34

says it all:“stinky tofu”.) Just when I got used to it,

deep-fried choudoufu, horrible black substance that looked and a burnt tennis shoe.Maybe I'll get used to that, too—some day. 16.A.problem 17.A.introduced 18.A.fill 19.A.decorated 20.A.preparation 21.A.hurriedly 22.A.looked 23.A.disappeared 24.A.wonder 25.A.sights 26.A.hungry 27.A.complain 28.A.taste 29.A.put up 30.A.generally 31.A.Therefore 32.A.refuse 33.A.example 34.A.experience 35.A.fried B.aspect B.distinguished B.destroy B.furnished B.wave B.secretly B.tested B.arrived B.doubt B.examinations B.angry B.classified B.horror B.pick up B.regretfully B.However B.adopt B.excuse B.variety B.advertised C.situation C.imagined C.furnish C.balanced C.quality C.gladly C.tasted C.escaped C.use C.appreciations C.full C.wait C.belief C.make up C.cheerfully C.Somehow C.accept C.reason C.beauty C.sold

35 about as appetizing as a

D.appearance D.instructed D.evaluated D.measured D.pleasure D.greedily D.checked D.charged D.problem D.bits D.disappointed D.watch D.nature D.end up D.helplessly D.Besides D.cook D.cause D.interest D.smelled

答案 16—20 BCACB 21—25 DCBAD 26—30CDBDC 31—35 BCABD

Passage 27

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(河南省新野三高 2010 届高三上学期第三次月考 河南省新野三高 届高三上学期第三次月考) At the beginning of this century, medical scientists made an interesting discovery; we are built not just of flesh and blood but also of body clock” 37 us, which controls the 36 . They were able to show that we all have “a 38 and fall of our body energies, 39 us

different from one day to the next. The 40 of “a body clock” should not be too 42 44 41 since the lives of most living 43 and fall asleep at 45 , most

things are controlled night and become

the 24 hour night-and-day cycle. We feel

and energetic during the day. If the 24 hour-cycle is 46 . For example, people who are not 49 badly at work. 47

people experience unpleasant night can find that 50 48

to working at

of sleep causes them to

the daily cycle of sleeping and 53

51 , we also have other cycles which

52

longer than one day. Most of us would on 54

that we feel good on some days and not so good 55 do not exist.

; sometimes our ideas seem to flow and at other times, they

36.A.bones 37.A.on 38.A.movement 39.A.showing 40.A.idea 41.A.difficult 42.A.by 43.A.dull 44.A.lively 45.A.disturbed 46.A.feelings 47.A.prevented 48.A.miss 49.A.control 50.A.With 51.A.waking 52.A.repeat 53.A.agree 54.A.other 55.A.just 答案 36-40 CDDBA

B.energy B.around B.supply B.making B.opinion B.exciting B.from B.tired B.excited B.shortened B.moments B.allowed B.none B.show B.As well as B.moving B.last B.believe B.the other B.only 41-45 CABAA

C.time C.between C.use C.treating C.story C.surprising C.over C.dreamy C.regular C.reset C.senses C.used C.lack C.manage C.Except C.living C.remain C.realize C.others C.still 46-50 ACCDB

D.mind D.inside D.rise D.changing D.invention D.interesting D.during D.peaceful D.clear D.troubled D.effects D.expected D.need D.perform D.Rather than D.working D.happen D.allow D.all other D.yet 51-55 ABACA

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Passage 28
届高三摸底考试) (河南省驻马店高中 2010 届高三摸底考试)

American cities are the 37

36

other cities around the world. In every country, cities show 38 39 aspect(方面) of a society: opportunities the very worst parts of a society. Now After World War Ⅱ , the , the population in many population increased. That

of the culture. Cities contain the very

for education, employment and so on. They also American cities are changing, just population of 41 40

American society. 42 43

large American cities became smaller;

Sun Belt cities increased. Los Angeles and Huston are cities

people come into and out of the city shows the changing value of American society. During this time, in the 44 1940s, the people of the city became wealthier and they had more children. 45 . They moved out to buy their own homes. They bought houses 46 the

They need more

city, areas near a city where people live and there are not many offices or factories. During 1950s the American "dream" was to have a house outside the city. Now things are changing. The children of the people who 47 the cities in the 1950s are now adults. They 49 48 their

parents want to live in the cities. becoming Californian. 50 52

continue to move to cities in the Sun Belt. Cities are 51 states as Texas, Florida and

and the population is increasing in

are moving to more established cities, such as Boston and Chicago. Many 53 the 54

young doctors, lawyers and bosses are moving back into the city. They prefer the city

outside of it, because their jobs are there; they are afraid of the oil shortage; or they just

the excitement and opportunities which the city offers. A new class is moving into the cities—a wealthier and 55 mobile class. B.similar to C.better than C.importance C.better C.contain C.while C.few C.however
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36.A.different from 37.A.value 38.A.well 39.A.content 40.A.likely 41.A.all 42.A.but

D.worse than D.expense D.best D.include D.when D.much D.although

B.worth B.good B.get B.as B.most B.and

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43.A.its 44.A.late 45.A.space 46.A.beside 47.A.arrived 48.A.as 49.A.Some 50.A.big 51.A.such 52.A.The others 53.A.than 54.A.win 55.A.very B.which B.later B.spots B.downtown B.left B.like B.All B.noisy B.these B.The ones B.better than B.enjoy B.and C.where C.lately C.time C.countryside C.reached C.dislike C.Several C.larger C.those C.Peoples C.rather than C.earn C.more D.that D.latter D.food D.outside D.entered D.unlike D.Both D.wonderful D.many D.Others D.to D.own D.or 51—55: ADDBC

答案 36—40: BADCB 41—45: BCCAA 46—50: DBDAC

Passage 29
届高三联考) (上海市六校 2010 届高三联考)

There is a close link between local climate and the occurrence or severity of some diseases and other threats to human health. Extreme temperatures can directly cause the __50____ of life. ___51___ several serious diseases appear only in warm areas. Finally, __52____ temperatures can increase air and water pollution, which __53____ harm human health. The most direct effect of ___54___ change would be the impact of hotter temperatures themselves. __55____ hot temperatures increase the number of people who die on a given day for many reasons: People with heart problems are ___56___ because their heart and blood vessels system must work harder to keep the body cool during hot weather. Heat exhaustion and some breathing problems increase. Higher air temperatures also increase the concentration of ozone (臭氧) ground ___57___. The at natural layer of ozone in the upper atmosphere blocks harmful ultraviolet (紫外线) radiation from reaching the earth’s surface; but in the lower atmosphere, ozone is a(n) ___58___ pollutant. Ozone damages lung cells, and causes particular problems for people with lung diseases. ___59___
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modest exposure to ozone can cause healthy individuals to ___60___ chest pains and sickness. ____61__ -related deaths can be prevented by ___62___ measures to move people without proper protection to air-conditioned buildings, and by reducing the releasing of photochemical oxidants(光化氧化剂)which cause ground-level ozone. Many of the ___63___ of climate change on health could be avoided through maintenance of the strong public health programs to monitor, isolate, and treat the spread of infectious diseases and ___64___ to other health problems as they occur. 50. A. loss 51. A. Moreover 52. A. local 53. A. or else 54. A. health 55. A. Greatly 56. A. much safer 57. A. base 58. A. harmful 59. A. But 60. A. resist 61. A. Pollution 62. A. emergency 63. A. signs 64. A. apply 答案 50-54 AABBC B. change B. However B. warm B. in turn B. diet B. Considerably B. hardly affected B. standard B. beneficial B. Even B. cure B. Exhaustion B. urgency B. impacts B. reply 55-59DCDAB C. regret C. Hence C. various C. in the way C. climate C. Adequately C. ill-protected C. space C. infectious C. Thus C. experience C. Breathing C. tension C. results C. respond 60-64 CDABC D. failure D. Instead D. moderate D. for the moment D. time D. Extremely D. barely attacked D. level D. useful D. Or D. reduce D. Heat D. stress D. causes D. direct

2009 年联考题 Passage 1
(湖北省黄冈中学 2009 届高三 5 月适应性考试 湖北省黄冈中学 月适应性考试) When I moved into an empty dormitory for the first time two years ago, I was certain of a few things. Firstly, I realized that I didn’t 31 anybody at the school. Secondly, I knew that I wanted to work hard at my lessons and 32 something useful. And thirdly, I wanted to have a good time with new classmates, without my parents around.
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The first 33 frightened me in the beginning. But that 34 quickly disappeared. It was the other two goals 35 ended up being my difficulties. I knew that it was 36 to devote enough time to class and to social efforts. But I wanted to 37 in both. I knew this would be a 38 , but I didn’t realize how much until classes began. I got on well with the other girls who lived in my dorm. 39 , instead of finishing my homework 40 it was due, I went upstairs and had ice cream with my neighbor. I always finished it the next day between classes. I knew 41 wasn’t very good and the grade I 42 showed my lack of effort. I was 43 that I needed to find some sort of balance. So I created a schedule that would 44 my time up between going to class, doing homework, and relaxing. It seemed like a good idea, 45 I was only able to 46 it for a few days. A schedule like that was too much pressure. So I tried another 47. Each week I made a list of everything I had to get done during that week. Then, under the list of things I had to get done, I 48 a list of things I could do if I had time. This is the method I have used since then. I’m glad that I’ve learned to 49 things and it has 50 prepare me for what is to come after graduation. 31. A. know 32. A. understand 33. A. teacher 34. A. happiness 35. A. which 36. A. hard 37. A. win 38. A. chance 39. A. Often 40. A. because 41. A. it 42. A. demanded 43. A. asleep 44. A. fix 45. A. so 46. A. use 47. A. plan 48. A. made 49. A. do 50. A. had 答案 31.A 32.B B. recognize B. learn B. day B. excitement B. what B. easy B. succeed B. job B. Seldom B. when B. one B. took B. awake B. divide B. and B. keep B. energy B. found B. control B. helped 33.D 34.C C. realize C. try C. class C. fear C. that C. interesting C. get C. challenge C. Unluckily C. after C. these C. accepted C. ashamed C. put C. but C. follow C. pressure C. picked C. balance C. let 35.C 36.A 37.B 38.C D. like D. tell D. realization D. desire D. who D. nice D. wish D. time D. Fortunately D. before D. I D. received D. aware D. build D. however D. make D. effort D. brought D. hold D. forced 39.A 40.D 41.A 42.D

43.D 44.B 45.C 46.C 47.A 48.A 49.C 50.B
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Passage 2
(江苏省扬州市 2009 届高三第三次调研测试 江苏省扬州市 届高三第三次调研测试) You know it’s truly amazing how the Jewish people survived after thousands of years of being slaves, persecuted(追捕), and even attempted genocide (种族灭绝)when Hitler’s Nazi murdered 6 place to be a Jew. When Hitler’s million Jews! That’s why in 1934, Germany was the 36 teenage gangs 37 his village, the little 38 boy, Heinz, was just 11 years old. Every day Heinz’s parents taught their 39 how important it was to learn 40 . When the Nazi gangs terrorized their village on the streets daily, Heinz’s parents knew that just against their rulers could 42 the death one moment of losing control of their 41 of the family. So Heinz learned to stay out of their 43 , sometimes crossing the street or taking a 44 road home. But one day, young Heinz was finally 45 by one of Hitler’s bullies(暴徒). For the to talk to a Nazi youth. But by staying calm and 47 first time, Heinz was 46 his way out of trouble and choosing his words, Heinz surprised himself when he 48 49 this bully not to hurt him 50 to let him go. That day, Heinz discovered his survival skill of talking and 51 with others. It was a major 52 point that changed his life---and later changed the world. After a few years, Heinz’s family escaped from Germany and moved to America. But Heinz never forgot how to talk with people and help bring 53 between enemies. You see, his first peace settlement with a Nazi bully, later became that 11-year-old boy who had 54 one of the greatest ambassadors of peace in the world. You’ve probably heard of him- not as Heinz- but by his American name: Henry Kissinger, the 55 US Secretary of State. 36.A.usual 37.A.seized 38.A.American 39.A.students 40.A.self-control 41.A.anxiety 42.A.show 43.A.road 44.A.rough 45.A.surrounded 46.A.called 47.A.carefully 48.A.pushed 49.A.allowed 50.A.however 51.A.reasoning 52.A.rising 53.A.peace 54.A.confirmed 55.A.latter B.wrong B.destroyed B.Italian B.friends B.self-protection B.emotions B.cost B.way B.difficult B.cornered B.urged B.specially B.felt B.convinced B.though B.quarrelling B.starting B.friendship B.acknowledged B.present C.appealing C.abandoned C.Jewish C.sons C.self-respect C.anger C.claim C.route C.different C.beaten C.forced C.repeatedly C.talked C.forbade C.but C.debating C.falling C.trust C.negotiated C.formal D.ideal D.burnt D.British D.children D.self-defense D.terror D.mean D.path D.short D.chased D.asked D.particularly D.fought D.promised D.and D.discussing D.turning D.harmony D.managed D.former

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答案 36.B 37.A 38.C 39.D 40.A 41.C 42.D 43.B 51.A 52.D 53.A 54.C 55.D 44.C 45.B 46.C 47.A

48.C 49.B 50.C

Passage 3
(安徽师大附中 2009 届高三第二次模拟考试 安徽师大附中 届高三第二次模拟考试) Signs can sometimes be seen at the entrance of a house, expressing that a tramp has passed. This special sign-language is frequently 36 by tramps to inform their 37 whether the host of a certain house is friendly or unfriendly, and to 38 them the trouble of making unnecessary calls. Quite 39 one day, I came across a real tramp. He was such a rare sight these days that I stood some distance away and watched him. He was dressed just as a tramp should be 40 , old worn trousers, and a jacket many sizes too big for him. On his head there was a battered old hat and his boots were so old and worn; they were almost coming into 41 . But the man himself looked cheerful as if he had not a 42 in the world. He rubbed his nose with his a sign forefinger, 43 a funny turn, laid a small parcel by the front gate, and began 44 made by a former caller. Although the sign was meaningless to me, it must have been 45 , for the tramp’s face lit up with 46 . He entered the front gate confidently and rang the bell. When the door opened, I saw him 47 his hat but couldn’t hear his words. The 48 was very short indeed, for no sooner had he spoken a few words than the door closed fiercely in his face. I felt 49 for him as he walked 50 out of the house, But just as quickly, his face lit up again and he moved quickly towards the gate. There he stopped, looked at the sign, and 51 his head seriously as if he had made a bad mistake. 52 deeply into his pockets, he produced a piece of chalk, rubbed out the 53 sign and made a new one in its place. He stared at it for a moment smiling to himself, then gathered his 54 , pushed back his hat and began walking towards the next house at an unhurried 55 , whistling as he went along. 36. A. employed B. made C. taken D. put up 37. A. parents B. classmates C. fellows D. friends 38. A. share B. save C. give D. put 39. A. in a way B. by mistake C. by the way D. by chance 40. A. with B. in C. by D. on 41. A. a fashion B. a design C. pieces D. blocks 42. A. success B. care C. failure D. family 43. A. gave B. took C. set D. made 44. A. drawing B. kissing C. correcting D. studying 45. A. pleased B. strange C. funny D. exciting 46. A. surprise B. satisfaction C. worry D. disappointment 47. A. rise B. put on C. raise D. throw 48. A. conversation B. introduction C. quarrel D. greeting 49. A. happy B. frightened C. worried D. sorry 50. A. cheerful B. sadly C. bravely D. eagerly 51. A. waved B. swung C. shook D. nodded 52. A. Digging B. Stealing C. Putting D. Looking
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53. A. existed 54. A. belongings 55. A. step 答案 36.A 37.C B. moving B. clothes B. position 38.B 39.D 40.B C. shining C. umbrella C. pace 41.C 42.C 43.D D. existing D. stick D. situation 44.D 45.D 46.B 47.C

48.A 49.D 50.B 51.C 52.A 53.D 54.A 55.C

Passage 4
(2009 届南昌市南昌二中高三冲刺模拟考试 南昌市南昌二中高三冲刺模拟考试) Mars is not, it seems, the dry old planet we once believed (37) to go there in the next decade may find plenty (39) brighter. (41) of pictures and obtained by robot explorers in the sixties and seventies. (43) as the Moon (44) .But now the picture is very different (47) glaciers and rivers rushing and their thirst.And with water present the (40) (36) (38) . Astronauts who are water to slake (消除)

of finding some sort of life of Mars are

This is the view of forty geologists who have been analyzing other scientific (42) To begin with, scientists thought the Red planet was as dust storms swirling over vast sandy (46) rumbling deep underground. (45) mountains and valleys carved by

In a report on the analysis of the Martian pictures Dr.Michael Car of the U.S.Geological Survey comments: “I am convinced be in the (51) (49) with them. (52) Mars probably had a warmer climate in ages (53) due (48) lots of water on Mars. Any surface water will ” (50) to take so much of ice.But it could save explorers from

The report says

to its axis (轴) having been more tilted (倾斜) towards the sun. (54) (55) 36.A.it is 37.A.expected 38.A.to 39.A.chances 40.A.quite 41.A.a few 42.A.skills 43.A.peaceful 44.A.of 45.A.deserts 46.A.from 47.A.energetic signs of plant or animal life have been detected by instruments landed on Mars, the landing vehicles have been sent there for a few years. B.it B.hoped B.of B.openings B.very B.many B.news B.quiet B.with B.mountains B.between B.great C.it to be C.required C.more C.occasions C.much C.thousand C.intelligence C.lifeless C.for C.rivers C.for C.heavy
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D.was D.sent D.in D.possibility D.more D.thousands D.information D.dead D.through D.seas D.with D.powerful

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48.A.there’s 49.A.appearance 50.A.have 51.A.water 52.A.what 53.A.pass 54.A.Not 55.A.probably 答案 36.C B.there’re B.way B.having B.ice B.if B.past B.No B.perhaps C.here’s C.form C.carry C.equipment C.how C.ago C.Nor C.supposed D.here’re D.shape D.carrying D.oxygen D.that D.before D.Never D.although 44.B 45.A 46.D 47.D

37.A 38.B 39.A 40.C 41.D 42.D 43.C 51.A 52.D 53.B 54.B 55.D

48.A 49.C 50.B

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