金山中学 2013-2014 学年度第一学期中考 英 语
本试卷分选择题和非选择题两部分，满分 150 分，考试用时 120 分钟。 I 听力(共 15 题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白，每段对话和独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A B C 三个选项中 选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置，听每段对话和独白前，你将有时间阅读各个小题， 每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话和独白读两遍。 听第 1 段材料，回答第 1、2 题。 1. What do we know about Nora? A. She prefers a room of her own. B. She likes to work with other girls. C. She lives near the city center. 2.What is good about the flat? A. It has a large sitting room. B. It has good furniture. C It has a big kitchen. 听第 2 段材料，回答第 3、4 题。 3.Where has Barbara been? A. Milan. B. Florence. C. Rome. 4. What has Barbara got in her suitcase? A. Shoes. B. Stones. C. Books. 听第 3 段材料，回答第 5--7 题。 5. Who is making the telephone call? A. Thomas Brothers. B. Mike Landon. C. Jack Cooper. 6. What relation is the woman to Mr. Cooper? A. His wife. B. His boss. C. His secretary. 7. What is the message about? A. A meeting. B. A visit to France C. The date for a trip 听第 4 段材料，回答第 8--11 题。 8. Who could the man speaker most probably be? A. A person who saw the accident. B. The driver of the lorry. C. A police officer. 9 . What was Mrs. Franks doing when the accident took place? A. Walking along Churchill Avenue. B. Getting ready to cross the road. C. Standing outside a bank. 10. When did the accident happen? A. At about 8:00 am. B. At about 9:00 am. C. At about 10:00 am. 11. How did the accident happen? A.A lorry hit a car.
B.A car ran into a lorry. C.A bank clerk rushed into the street. 听第 5 段材料，回答第 12-15 题。 12. What is the talk mainly about? A. The history of the school. B. The courses for the term. C. The plan for the day. 13. Where can the visitors learn about the subjects for new students? A. In the school hall. B. In the science labs. C. In the classrooms. 14.What can students do in the practical areas? A. Take science courses. B. Enjoy excellent meals. C. Attend workshops. 15. When are the visitors expected to ask question? A. During the lunch hour. B. After the welcome speech. C. Before the tour of labs. II. 单项填空（共 26 题；每小题 0.5 分，满分 13 分） 16. I ________ it myself ________ your homework.? B. prefer doing; than copy D. would rather do; than copy A. prefer do; rather than copy C. would do; rather than copy spent happily together. A. for which; that 18. 19. her C. errors; don’t like her 20. 21. 22. A. cause A. care for B. resource B. care about D. mistakes, am not fond of her C. source C. care with D. course D. care of It might be very difficult to find the ____ of the information. Go about your business your own way. Don’t _____what others think or say. You have to keep on learning if you want to keep ______ with the development of modern science and technology. A. peace 23. B. touch C. pace D. connect Is it true that light travels in a straight line and never ______ ______ it hits something that reflects it. A. turns; until until 24. According to your father’s will, you have to ____ a record of every penny you
17. I can never forget the days _____ we worked together and the days ______ we B. which; when C. when; which B. schedule C. have D. on which; when D. create B. shortcomings; don’t love
We have to ______ a time to discuss the matter again. Even though she has many ______, I _______ any less.
A. faults; don’t fond of her
B. bends; unless
C. breaks; when
spend, including bus fares. A. make 25. hunt for it. A. had seen; be set up C. saw; would be set up 26. — Did Jack come back early last night? — Yes. It was not yet eight o’clock ______ he got home. A. before ______. A. understanding understand 28. They say your report doesn’t ______ the fact. But I don’t ______ them ______ this point. A. agree to; agree with; at C. agree on; agree on; on 29. waiting to be taken apart. A. lay in ruins in ruins 30. Steel, brick and cement are all necessary building materials _____ . A. with which to build a dam C. building a dam with terrorists. . A. as shocking; alive shock; alive 32. time. A. organize well; finished C. well organized; to be finished done 33. ---Will you please help me _____ the exercise books to the students? ---Sorry I have been in a race and my strength has completely _____. A. give out; given out C. give out; given in burst into the hall. A. was making; when B. gave, as C. was giving; while D. made; when 35. —Don’t worry, Jim. I can lend you the money. —Thank you very much, Bob. You are always so _____. A. mean B. generous C. peaceful D. active
The hunter insisted that he _____ a tiger and that a searching team ______ to B. had seen; must be set up D. should see; should be set up
27. To their surprise, they found the lecture given by the famous professor easy B. understood C. to be understood D. to
B. agree on; agree to; on D. agree with; agree with; on
There on the shore you can see a steam powered ship covered with dirt _____, B. lying in ruin C. lie in ruins D. laid
B. which to build a dam with D. to build a dam
31．It came to the world _____ that more than 10 prisoners were buried _____ by the B. a shock; living C. shocked; live D. as a
We should have ourselves _____ if we want to get the work _____ in the given B. well organized; done D. to be organized well; to be
B. give off; given up D. give up; given up
34. The president _____ a speech to senators _____ a group of armed young people
36. As soon as we heard the boy shouting for help, we rushed to his _____ and pulled him out of the river. A. shelter B. rescue C. disaster D. outline 37. Eco-travel is a form of travel ___ combines normal tourism with learning, _____ a way to find out what can be done to help animals, plants and people . A．what; as well as well 38. I’d grown _____ of the city and it was difficult to leave. A. sure B. terrified C. tired D. fond 39. You’d better not eat too much fast food, _____ potato chips and hamburgers, if you don’t want to put on weight. A. such as A. power years ago. A. that; that B. where; where C. where; that III、完形填空(共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分) D. that; where B. instead of B. item C. because of C. concern D. for example D. series 40. Joan hasn’t been seen for four days and there is growing _____ for her safety. 41. It was in the room ________ the old man is living now ________ Tom was born 20 B．that, as well C．which; as well as D．which; as
阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从各题所给的 A, B, C, D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项。 Across the world, students are working hard as they prepare for all kinds of exams. Many teenagers complain that while they do well in their homework, they don’t get 42 marks in exams. They are wondering why. 43 is actually more likely to In a new study this month, U.S. psychologists (心理学家) think they have found the answer. Researchers report that heavy exam Worried about whether they can students can lose their most 45 44 affect the performance(表现) of very good students than average ones. others like parents and teachers, these 46 numbers and ideas while finding 47 pressure intellectual (智力的) weapon: short-term or
working memory. This is their ability to
solutions to the problem at hand. According to the study, when is put on people with good skills, their performance drops off. People with strong working memory skills are very on their short-term-focused processor (处理系统). In the study, researchers 50 48
to do well in 49 depend
intellectual ability tests. Their analytical skills and creative
the working memory of 93 students. They were 51 memory. 52 conditions. One was
divided into two groups, with a high and a low
The students then took two maths tests each under team that was depending on them to The results showed But the two groups’ was higher. 55 54 53
called a practice test. In the other, the students were told they were part of a their score in order to win a reward. differences: the group with high working memory were about equal on the other test when the pressure
scored about 10 percent higher than the others on the low-pressure practice test.
The study shows how memory performance is ticking clock, according to the scientists. 42. A. high 43. A. contents 44. A. please 45. A. worthless 46. A. remember 47. A. extra 48. A. possible 49. A. labor 50. A. tested 51. A. storing 52. A. unhealthy 53. A. add 54. A. expected 55. A. scores B. low B. result B. disturb B. useless B. recall B. ordinary B. probable B. experience B. checked B. working B. favorable B. develop B. significant C. rise C. many
by fear of failure and the D. poor
C. atmosphere C. succeed C. valuable C. remind C. little C. determined C. thinking C. researched C. changing C. hard C. unclear
D. pressure D. fail
D. expensive D. prepare D. unusually D. likely D. method D. examined D. speaking D. different D. improve D. disappointing D. clocks
B. performances C. reports
56. A. prevented B. improved C. affected D. prepared IV、阅读（共两节，满分 50 分） 第一节 阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 阅读下列短文， 从每题所给的 A、 B、C 和 D 项中， 选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A An earthquake is one of the most common natural disasters. It may cause great damage. So it is wise to learn some simple safety tips to protect yourself or your family members. Fragile items, like those made of glass should usually be placed on a lower surface, near the ground instead of placing them on cupboards higher up. Never place them near your bed, sofas and other furniture where you would be sitting or lying down. When there is a strong movement, these pieces will fall on the floor directly and not on you. There is a strong chance of short circuits （短路） and fire breakouts during an earthquake. Make sure you turn off electrical connections and gas immediately when an earthquake happens. During an earthquake, lie beneath an object that is not easily damaged. Do not go near objects that could directly fall on you. Never use the elevator to go down. Stay inside until the shaking stops and it is safe to go outside. Research has shown that most injuries happen when people inside buildings try to go out. Use the staircases at all times. If you are outdoors, do not take shelter under a tree, streetlights, electric poles or tall buildings. If you are driving, stop your car and stay in a safe place. Do not park your car under a tree or any tall object. If trapped in debris (瓦砾堆), cover your mouth with a handkerchief or clothing. Tap on a pipe or wall so rescuers can find you. Use a whistle (哨子) if one is available. Never shout for help. Shouting can cause you to breathe in dangerous amounts of dust.
Do not light a match because you may burn yourself. Do not move about or kick up dust. 57. The purpose of the passage is to tell readers _____. A. the damage caused by earthquakes B. the rescue work after earthquakes C. what to do about earthquakes D. how to prevent earthquakes 58. The underlined word “Fragile” in Paragraph 2 probably means _____. A. easily broken A. on cupboards B. easily found B. in the bedroom D. where children can’t reach them B. turn off power and gas immediately D. drive to a safe place B. Tap on a pipe or wall for help. D. Light a fire for help. B A Book Review—The Snake-Stone by Berlie Doherty The setting: Urban England (the cities), but also rural England (the countryside) including remote English villages． The theme: The main theme is a teenage research of self-discovery, in this case the search for a mother from whom the hero was separated at an early age．Its other concerns are love, getting on with others, being persistent and courageous and trying to deal with doubts, troubles and worries．As the book moves to a close, James’ swimming coach says to him: “You are not like a kid obeying instructions any more． You are diving like a young man who knows where he is going．” The characters: James is the hero of the story．He is a championship diver, and has a comfortable life with his foster parents (养父母)．Yet he also has the qualities to take him on a long journey to find his birth mother．The other characters in The Snake-Stone, James’ parents, his diving instructor, best friend, the villagers, people he meets on his journey, are pictured realistically． The turning point: The turning point in the story comes while James’ foster parents are away in London, and he wonders about the identity of his birth mother．The only clue he has is a fossil, “the snake stone” which she left behind along with a note on which she had written: “Take good care of Sammie．It was written on a torn envelope with parts of an address still there． The journey: Instead of going to London, James decides to find his birth mother．With help from his geography teacher, James sets out for the remote country village where his mother might be found．James has painful, challenging, but also humorous and happy travels．The mother he finally meets, Anne, has a minor yet
59. To reduce the injury from the earthquake, items made of glass should be put _____. C. on a lower surface
60． During the earthquake, people are advised to _____. A. go out the building at once C. take shelter under a tree A. Cover their mouth with a handkerchief. C. Use a whistle for help.
61. What should people NOT do when they are trapped in debris?
powerful voice in the novel．He comes to understand why she left him at a stranger’s door fifteen years before．Although the meeting is not long, it leaves him with a feeling of completeness． a journey of self-discovery The Snake-Stone also provides As its readers with a happy ending．Its hero says, on returning to his foster parents, “I was home．” 62．What is the main theme of the novel? A．A journey of self-discovery． C．Life with foster parents． A．James is a successful diver． C．James is an outgoing young man． 64．The snake stone in the novel is A．a stone with an address on it C．a clue left by the birth mother A．The story has a sad ending． B．The story takes place in the city of London． C．The characters are vividly described． D．The turning point comes after the hero meets his birth mother． 66．It can be concluded that James’ journey is _________． A．disappointing B．boring C Samantha, or Sam, as her husband, John, called her, had left the doctor’s house looking perfect, satisfied with her appearance. The year was 1862. It seemed that the war with the North would never come to an end. Sam’s father had left as soon as possible, swearing that he’d fight for Virginia, for their land, for their new government, for God, for the South. At last, Samantha reached the house that she and John owned. It was a cold, rainy night, and she was glad to be home. She stepped into the sitting room. John rested in an armchair, reading a book. He glanced at her, put the book down, and stood, reaching his arms out for her. They kissed briefly. He put a hand to her now slightly round belly and asked, “What did the doctor say?” “He said the baby was fine and that I seemed healthy. Do you have any news?” “Surprisingly, yes.” John hesitated for a moment, as if deciding how he would phrase what he was about to say, and then unwillingly continued, “I’ve been demanded to join the army.” Sam screamed, “What?” She was near tears. “But-but we’re just starting out.” Her voice shook. “I thought that after two years of begging my mother to let the two of us get married that our life would finally be happy. Isn’t there any way you can get out of this?” John answered, “I’m afraid not.” “Please. Please, John, if you love me, please get out of this. Break a leg, fake
B ． Life in the world of diving ． D．A travel around the country． B．James is an independent young man． D．James is a hopeful swimmer． ． B．a gift from the swimming coach D．a fossil left by the foster parents
63．What do the coach’s words in Paragraph 2 suggest?
65．Which of the following is true about the novel?
an illness, do something.” She began to sob. John comforted her, resting her head on his shoulder. “Sam.” “What?” “Name the child after me; name it John or Joanna. I’ll come back as soon as I can. I promise.” Sam smiled into his collar bone, knowing that John lived by his word. He never broke a promise. She pressed her hand to her belly, and, unknown to her, the baby was a girl. And unknown to both of them, the promise that John had just made would be the only promise he would ever break. 67. Sam visited the doctor probably because she ________. A. tried to see her husband C. was a little worried about her appearance her baby 68. Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. Sam’s father had been dead for some time. B. Sam’s mother lived in the North on her own. C. A new government was set up in the South. D. The South was attacked by foreign countries. 69. Sam asked John to “break a leg” in order to ________. A. know how much John loved her baby C. make sure that John would come back 70. It can be inferred that John ________. A. died in the war C. often broke his promises 71. Which is the best title for the passage? A. The Civil War C. A Family’s Struggle D All schoolchildren should have “happiness” lessons up to the age of 18 to combat growing levels of depression, according to a senior government adviser. “Pupils should study subjects such as how to manage feelings, attitudes to work and money, channeling (疏导) negative emotions and even how to take a critical view of the media,” said Lord Richard Layard, a Labor peer and professor of economics at the London School of Economics. The proposal comes only days after the Government said that lessons in manners—including respect for the elderly and how to say “please” and “thank you”—should be taught in secondary schools to combat bad behavior. Lord Layard, the director of the wellbeing program at the LSE’s Center for Economic Performance, said: “Learning hard things takes an enormous amount of
B. wanted to look perfect D. needed an examination for
B. prepare for the birth of their D. let John get away from the war B. lied to his wife D. knew that he would be back B. The Broken Promise D. A Love of Deep Ocean
practice. To play the violin well takes 10,000 hours of practice. How can we expect people to learn to be happy without large amounts of practice and repetition?” It is believed that at least two percent of British children under 12 now struggle with significant depression. Among teenagers, the figure rises to five percent. A UNICEF study involving 21 developed countries showed that British children were the least satisfied with their lives, while the World Health Organization predicts that childhood psychiatric (精神的) disorders will rise by 50 percent by 2020. In a speech at Cambridge University, Lord Layard said the Government’s lessons in manners did not go far enough. “We need a commitment to producing a major specialism in this area, with a serious teacher training program,” he said. However, happiness lessons have been criticized by academics. Frank Furedi, a sociology professor at Kent University and author of Therapy Culture, said: “In pushing emotional literacy, what some teachers are really doing is abandoning teaching. They are giving up and talking about emotions instead, so that children value all this non-discipline-led activity more than maths, English or science. What is amazing about this is that time and time again, research says that it does not work.” 72. What does Lord Layard think of the Government’s lessons in manners? A. They can hardly meet the special demands of education. B. They are quite enough to solve the present problem. C. They only focused on a major specialism. D. They will probably end in failure. 73. What do we know about British children from the passage? A. They suffer depression at an earlier age. B. They are the least happy among the 21 developed countries. C. They are the easiest to suffer childhood psychiatric disorders. D. Their standard of living is the lowest among the 21 developed countries. 74. We can conclude from the passage that ______. A. the British Government hasn’t fully realized the problems with British students B. Lord Layard thinks little of the Government’s lessons in manners C. British students are not well-behaved enough D. lessons in manners have brought about positive changes in British students 75. Which of the following method does Lord Layard use to show learning to be happy takes practice? A. Analysis. B. Description. C. Argument. D. Comparison. 76. Frank Furedi believes that ______. A. happiness lessons should be taught to children B. happiness lessons are just a waste of time C. formal teaching can go side by side with happiness lessons D. formal teaching should not give way to happiness lessons 第二节 信息匹配（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分）
阅读下列应用文及相关信息， 并按照要求匹配信息。 请在答题卡上将对应题号的相应选 项字母涂黑。 以下是几个国际节日的简要介绍： A. Wharfedale Festival of Performing Arts West Yorkshire, the United Kingdom Young people are invited to compete in this arts festival with classes covering speech, guitar, dance, poetry and short story writing, and so on. The previous year's winners are invited back to perform again at a special concert. With a long and well-known history behind it, this well-attended competition is a kind of forerunner of popular television talent contests such as Pop Idol. B. Sydney Writers' Festival Sydney, Australia
Held at Sydney's Wharf 4/5, the annual Sydney Writers' Festival is the biggest literary event of its kind in Australia and one of the biggest book fairs in the world. Attracting a mix of authors, poets, editors, publishers and book lovers, this is a great event at which people can look through thousands of titles while enjoying workshops, book readings and seminars. C. Flipside Festival Singapore As part of the Singapore Arts Festival Outreach Programme, Flipside aims to reach a much wider audience with three weeks of lively, fun street performances. Flipside promises to bring out the adventurous side of you with a combination of physical theatre and mind games as well as free outdoor performances such as music performances from local singers. D. Hay Festival Hay on Wye, the United Kingdom The little market town, Hay, has a population of 1500 and no fewer than 39 bookshops. It bills itself as the world's first and most distinguished book town, and is, therefore, a perfect place for a literary festival. The festival is a celebration of great writing. There are events including film screenings and musical concerts and the bookshops remain open throughout. E. Bergen International Festival Bergen, Norway Founded in 1953, the Bergen International Festival presents an impressive cast of outstanding international artists in the fields of music, ballet, opera and other performing arts. More than 120 events take place in late May to early June, which is a time of beautiful spring weather. The main festival venue is the Grieg Hall while the smallest and most unusual is an old trolley bus with seating for just 33 people. F. Nuits Sonores Lyon, France Held each May, this relatively new festival brings together some of
the biggest club DJs from around the world. The focus is on electronic dance music, but it also embraces all musical forms ranging from hip hop to jazz. For those that want to see daylight hours after a hard night clubbing, there is a wide variety of cultural events during the day ranging from special festival food programmes to films. 下面是几个人物的简要介绍，请匹配他们感兴趣的节目。 77.Martin, a famous writer, likes to find as many chances as possible to attend literary events around the world. Martin hopes to make friends with editors and book lovers. 78.Kelly is crazy about music, especially electronic dance music. She would like to go to a festival where she can enjoy different musical forms. She also has a strong interest in films. 79.As an outgoing girl, Victoria is very fond of performing arts. She hopes to take part in some performing arts festivals to challenge and improve herself, and as a way to prepare for future television talent contests. 80.Simon is in search of a festival in North Europe with a long history where he can appreciate great international performing arts, especially ballet and opera. 81.Chris is a university student who majors in music. He'd like to watch some local street music performances. He is also very interested in physical theatre and mind games. V. 语法填空(共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分) 阅读下面短文，按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求，在空格处填人一个适当的 词或使用括号中词语的正确形式填空， 并将答案填写在答题卡标号为 82--91 的相应位置上。 Many people like to read the (82)________ (late) newspaper, but few people know the reason 83)________ it is produced so quickly. The most important man may be (84)________ chief editor who decides (85)________ to do. Every mor?ning there are a number of journalists (86)________ (send) to report the events. Sometimes they need a face?to?face interview with people (87)________ do telephone interviews. Meanwhile, the picture editors send (88)________ (photograph) to take the photos that they need. Later in the day, they pass the stories and the developed photos on (89)________ the chief editor. The chief editor will choose the most important news for the front page. (90)________ editors read the stories, make some necessary changes and write headlines for them. Only when all the processes are finished, will the newspapers (91) ________ (print) and delivered to different places. VI 单词拼写(共 12 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 12 分) 请根据中文或首字母提示，用单词的恰当形式填空。漏写、错写字母不得分。 92. The businessman usually t___________ his goods from Hong Kong to Guangzhou by ship. 93．We all show sympathy with him who has experienced so many s__________ . 94. Alex’s mother e____________ her dissatisfaction with his room in which all windows and floor were covered with dirty. 95 . My sister is not an independent person. She r_________ on others too much.
96. What’s your a_______ to wearing jewelry to school. 97. J__________from his appearance, the manger must be over fifty. 98. Dead and i________people lay everywhere after the terrible accident. 99. Q_______ is more important than quantity. 100. She did a very good job and got a r_______ from the company. 101. The event has put him into an embarrassing p___________. 102. When learning English, it is quite important to develop the ability of____________ (交际). 103. After ___________ (袭击) three children, the wild dog was controlled by the policemen. VII. 书面表达(共 1 题；满分 15 分) 请根据下列提示要点， 写一篇关于 J.K.Rowling 的简介。 【写作内容】 姓名 出生 主要经历 J. K. Rowling──《哈利波特》的作者 1965 年 7 月，出生于英格兰, 从小就梦想着当一名作家 中学毕业后父母鼓励她去读法语，一年后在巴黎的大学毕业并在伦敦工作； 1990 年有了写 Harry Potter 的想法，经常躲到咖啡馆里，趁女儿睡着时写 作。第一部 Harry Potter 出版于 1997 年。 成就 哈利·波特成为畅销书，吸引了各个年龄读者。J.K.Rowling 成为世界上最 受儿童欢迎的作家 【写作要求】 用 100 字左右表达全部内容； 【评分标准】 句子结构准确，信息内容完整，篇章结构连贯。
高一英语期中考试答案： 听力(共 15 题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分) 1--15 ACAAB CACCB BCBCA II. 单项填空（共 26 题；每小题 0.5 分，满分 13 分） 16—30 DCBBC BCBBA BDDCA 31—42 DBAAB BCDAC C III、完形填空(共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分) 42---46 ADACB 47---51 ADCAB 52---56 DDBAC 【答案与简析】本文是科技说明文，美国心理学家针对有些学生平时成绩很好，但到了考试 发挥失常这一现象进行实验并发现， 考试的发挥主要取决于短期记忆对知识的重现能力， 而 短期记忆又受到心理压力的影响。 42. A 尽管他们平时成绩不错，但考试时却不能得高分。 43. D 此处说明考试压力对学生的影响。 44. A 学生担心不能让别人“满意”，如老师、父母等，由此造成考试压力。 45. C 因为有心理压力，所以考生失去自己最宝贵的“智力”武器。 46. B 根据语境判断，考试时要把平时的数字等回忆起来，故选“recall”。 47. A 额外的压力会影响考生的发挥。 48. D 短期记忆能力强的人考试成绩往往好。 49. C 学生的分析能力和创造性思维取决于他们的短期记忆。 50. A 研究者对学生的短期记忆能力进行检测。 51. B 此处强调的是学生的短期记忆能力。由第三段首句的提示可知。 52. D 从下文判断，学生在不同的环境下进行考试。 53. D “提高”成绩，应该用 improve。 54. B 结果显示出显著的差异。 55. A 由上文的 the group with high working memory scored about 10 percent higher 和空后的 equal 可知是分数一样。 56. C 记忆功能被害怕失败的感觉影响，故选“affect”。 IV、阅读（共两节，满分 50 分） 57--61 CACBD 62-66 ABCCD 67—71 DCDAB 72—76 ABCDD 第二节 信息匹配（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 77—81 BFAEC V. 语法填空(共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分) 82．latest 最新的。 83．why 考查定语从句。先行词为 reason，后面句子完整，故填关系副词 why。 84．the 考查冠词。此处表特指。 85．what 考查宾语从句。宾语从句中缺主语，故用 what。 86．sent 用过去分词。 87．or 考查连词。前后是两个主谓完整的分句，且是选择关系，故用连词 or。 88．photographers 考查词形变换。此处表示“派摄影师去拍照”，且 photographer 是可数名词，故用其复数形式。 89．to 考查介词。pass sth. on to sb. 将??传递给??。 考查非谓语动词。本句已有一个谓语 are, send 作后置定语，表被动，故 考查词形变换。根据上下文可知，人们喜欢看“最新的”报纸。latest
90．Other 考查代词。“其他的”编辑们阅读稿件，做必要的修改等。 91． printed 考查被动语态。 be “only＋状语从句“放句首， 主句需要部分倒装。 print 与 newspapers 构成动宾关系，且前面有 will，故用一般将来时的被动语态。 VI 单词拼写(共 12 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 12 分) 92. transports, 97.Judging, 93. sufferings 94. expressed, 95. relies , 100. reward 96. attitude, 102. 98. injured, 99. Quality, 101.position,
communication, 103. attacking VII. 书面表达(共 1 题；满分 15 分) 【参考范文】 Born in England, July 1965, J.K. Rowling, the writer of Harry Potter, dreamt of being a writer from an early age. After middle school, her parents encouraged her to study French. A year later, J.K. Rowling graduated from a university in Paris, and worked in London. It was in 1990 that J.K. Rowling first had the idea about Harry Potter and she would duck into coffee shops to write when the baby fell asleep. Her first Harry Potter book was published in 1997 which became the bestseller and attracted readers of all ages. Since then, JK Rowling has become the most popular writer among children in the world.
听力原文 （横线部分为答案出现的地方） 1-2 题 M: Hello, Nora, I heard about a flat that might interest you girls. It’s near the central bus station on the main road, and about 75 pounds a week, quite rea sonable. The problem is, it’s only got two bedrooms, but I expect two of you c ould share. W: Well, as long as it’s to me, I’ve got to have my own room, because I’ve been working at home most of the time, any other information? M: Yes, it’s got a very big and well equipped kitchen, and I know you like co oking. So that’s another point in its favor, but there is a small sitting room and not much furniture yet. So let me know quickly if you want it or it will b e taken. 3-4 M: Hello, Barbara, welcome back. You look great. W: Rod, it’s lovely to see you again. M: How was your trip? W: Fine but tiring. Milan was interesting, it’s bigger than I expected, noisi er and dirtier, too. M: And Florence, what did you think of Florence? W: Well, I didn’t go there. Have you been there? M: No, I’ve never been to Italy. I’d really like to go to Roma. Well, the car s are in the car park. Is this all your luggage? W: Yes, but the suitcase is very heavy. M: Barbara, what’s in it? Books or stones? W: Just 20 pairs of shoes.
5-7（6 题秘书的身份要从对话整体判断） W: Hello, Thomas Brothers. M: Hello, this is Mike Landon here. Is Jack Cooper there by any chance? W: I am afraid not, he is away for a day or two, back on, let’s see, Monday mo rning. M: Oh, well perhaps I can live a message for him. W: Yes, of course, just a minute. Now, let’s see, to Jack Cooper from Mike Lon don. M: No, Landon, L-a-n-d-o-n. W: Sorry, yes, got that, and what’s the message? M: Well it’s just this: could he come to a meeting on Monday afternoon at 5:0 0 pm? W: That’s this coming Monday, October 12th? M: Right, it’s to discuss the new factory in France. W: Fine, I’ve got that. I will see that he gets it as soon as he comes in on M onday. M: Good, thank you, goodbye. 8-11 M: Now, Mrs. Franks, I just like to read your statement back to you, and then you can write your name on it. W: Fine. M: I was standing in front of the Second National Bank building at about 8:50 am, I saw a small red car heading for the cross roads of Churchill Avenue, and York Road, it was coming towards me along Churchill Avenue at about 40 mile s per hour. The traffic lights on York Road changed to green, and a delivery lorry began to move forward at about 5 miles per hour. The driver of thecar probably didn’t see that his traffic light has changed from orange to red, and ran into the side of the lorry. W: That’s correct. 12-15 （12 题 plan 也可从对话中出现的时间顺序来判断） Welcome to Montfort School, thank you for choosing our school and for joining t he happy Montfort family, which has been educating boys since 1916. We are so happy that you have taken time off to be with us today. It is with gr eat pleasure that we have prepared some events that we hope will please you. At 9:00 am, our headmaster will give a welcome speech; this will be in the school hall. Please be sited by 8:45 am. Following the speech, it’s the guide tour of the exhibition at 9:30, here you can see the proud history of our school and our achievements in the field of education. The exhibition is laid out in the classrooms on the 2nd floor. Then the guide tour of science labs at 10:20 am, here you can see the subjects that new students will be studying. You will also notice that our labs have excellent equipment. At 11:00 am, you will be guided to the tool to practical a reas. This covers our technical workshops, music, and other areas of our school life. At Montfort, we believe in all around development of our students.
Lunch will be at 12:00. It has been specially prepared for our guests. All our teachers and student leaders will be present to answer any questions that you have in your minds. We are so happy that you could be with us today.
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