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说明:本试卷包括三部分,共 150 分。其中第一部分与第二部分为选择题,包括 65 个小题; 第三部分为非选择题。 第一部分:英语知识运用(共三节, 满分 50 分) 第一节:语音知识(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 5 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,找出

其划线部分与所给单词的划线部分读音相同的选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 例:have A.gave B.save C.hat D.made 答案是 C。 1.ink A.uncle B.strange C.change D.twentieth 2.pear A.heart B.disappear C.fear D.wear 3.watched A.pointed B.promised C.changed D.proved 4.frequent A.recent B.connect C.between D.reply 5.southern A.thousand B.found C.country D.cough 第二节 语法和词汇知识(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。 例:It is generally considered unwise to give a child he or she wants. A.however B.whatever C.whichever D.whenever 答案是 B。 6.—We are going to have hiking trip to Hengshui Lake. Would you like to join us? — . A.Yes, it’s very kind of you B.Of course not. I have no idea C.Oh, that sounds well D.I’d love to, but I have a meeting today. 7.He had to be called two or three times he would come to his dinner. A.while B.as C.before D.until 8.Out of sympathy for the earthquake victims in Yushu, the kind-hearted lady her clothes and quilts to them. A.put away B.set aside C.gave away D.sent out 9.So carefully the performance that it went smoothly in the competition. A.have we prepared B.had we prepared C.we have prepared D.we had prepared 10.Having arrived at the earthquake-stricken area, we were led to the homeless people lived. A.what B.in which C.that D.where 11. would appreciate I , to be freank ,if my cell phone could be fixed as soon as possible.


A.you B.it C.this D.myself 12.I must think things over, so don’t me. A.rush B.expect C.desire D.hope 13.Mr. lrving, who in a high school for forty years, in now living in retirement. A.has taught B.taught C.has taught D.has been teaching 14.As the Chinese medical team arrived, thousands of Haitians suffering from the great earthquake cheered, many of even cried with joy. A.which B.them C.whom D.who 15. enough money, Jim was unable to buy his girlfriend expensive jewellery. A.Not to save B.Not saving C.Not saved D.Not having saved 16 . The 16th Asian Games were held in city of Guangzhou, international big city in the south of China in November. A.a; an B.the; an C.a; the D.the; the 17.In fact you outside by taxi. My car was here. A.couldn’t go B.mustn’t have gone C.needn’t have gone D.needn’t go 18. you would have to go away. A.One more word and B.To say another word C.With more words D.Saying more words 19.—Did you finish your homework yet? —Yeah. We turned it in, and now it . A.is grading B.is graded C.is being graded D.has graded 20.Jasper is a great painter. He is Picasso. A.the same great as B.as great painter as C.as great a painter as D.so great a painter as 第三节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出 最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 I went to work at the Food Factory in Clarks Village on Wednesday, July 14. Everything was 21 and I went home. Then, on 22 the next morning I found chairs up on the tables and the friends that I had made during the three and a half years of 23 there in tears. They had some 24 for me. We had all lost our jobs. I was in sudden 25 . What will I do now? How will I pay my bills and 26 ? I was totally 27 at that point. When my mind 28 I rushed through Clarks Village to inform my bank about the terrible thing that had befallen us. 29 returning to the Food Factory I was told that we would be filling in a form to 30 our wages and redundancy pay, but that would take six to eight weeks. In the meantime, on Friday, July 16, I 31 for Job Seekers Allowance, 32 , I was told on the phone, would take three to four weeks. Having no money I 33 how on earth am I going to live? Thanks to some very good friends that have all 34 round in my time of need, I have 35 it to today. I cannot thank those people enough for 36 kindness and 37 one door has closed, I am now 38 for another to open. Then perhaps it will bring a new hope and meaning to my life and not the 39 that I am a criminal because I have not been working now for a month. Thanks also to some really lovely people at Glastonbury Job Opportunities shop. Perhaps I will very soon be out of this nightmare(梦魇) that has 40 me since Thursday, July 15.


21.A.fine B.formal C.different D.ready 22.A.arriving B.working C.watching D.looking 23.A.factory B.environment C.business D.employment 24.A.message B.information C.opportunities D.news 25.A.need B.hope C.shock D.search 26.A.work B.live C.play D.save 27.A.frightened B.confused C.surprised D.embarrassed 28.A.cleared B.determined C.sharpened D.cleaned 29.A.Before B.Until C.By D.After 30.A.earn B.pay C.claim D.give 31.A.called B.applied C.looked D.entered 32.A.and B.that C.which D.however 33.A.thought B.reminded C.wondered D.asked 34.A.gathered B.fetched C.brought D.hung 35.A.insisted B.stuck C.made it D.got it 36.A.much B.enough C.more D.well 37.A.as B.if C.unless D.once 38.A.success B.hope C.action D.reply 39.A.emotion B.sorrow C.concern D.feeling 40.A.stayed B.touched C.kept D.followed 第二部分:阅读理解(共 25 小题。第一节每小题 2 分,第二节每小题 1 分;满分 45 分) 第一节 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A It was a cold day in December in Now York City. A little boy about ten years old was standing before a shoe store on Broadawy, barefooted, peering 端祥, ( 仔细看) through the window, and shaking with cold. A lady approached the boy and said, “My little fellow, why are you looking so earnestly in that window?” “I was asking God to give me a pair of shoes.” Was the boy’s reply. The lady took him by the hand and went into the store, and asked the clerk to get a half dozen pairs of socks for the boy. She then asked if he could give her a basin of water and a towel. The clerk quickly brought them to her. She took the little fellow to the back part of the store and, removing her gloves, knelt down, washed his little feet, and dried them with the towel. By this time the clerk had returned with the socks. Placing a pair upon the boy's feet, she then purchased him a pair of shoes, and tying up the remaining pairs of socks, gave them to the boy. She patted him on the head and said:" No doubt, my little fellow, you feel more comfortable now?" As she turned to go, the astonished lad caught her by the hand, and looking up in her face, with tears in his eyes, answered the question with these words:" Are you God's wife?" 41.We can infer from the text that . A.the boy asked God to give him a pair of socks B.the woman was a caring and loving lady C.the clerk was very kind-hearted D.the little boy was the woman’s son 42.Which of the following statements is RIGHT according to the passage? A.The lody bought the boy a pair of shoes before getting socks. B.The clerk washed the boy’s feet.


C.The boy was very thankful to the lady. D.The boy shook with fear. 43.The underlined word “lad” in Paragraph 3 is the closest in meaning to . A.clerk B.boy C.lady D.God’s wife B Once I saw a sign hanging in a classroom that read, “Your Mother Doesn’t Work Here-Clean Up Your Own Mess.” There must be a reason why such a sign was every created. Your child is never too young for housework. From the time your child can walk and understand basic commands you can start teaching the fine art of putting things away. "Put your cup on the table for Mommy." Younger children are capable of helping feed the pets, putting clothes away and can certainly find the toy box to pick up after playing. Other areas younger children may be able to help with include bringing their own laundry basket into their room and cleaning countertops with paper towels. You'll find that children really want to help. They feel grown up and special helping mommy and daddy. As the children age, you'll need to increase their responsibilities. By the time they are five they should be able to help quite a bit in the kitchen. They can help mix baking items; set the table, clear the table; and load and empty dishwasher. Children even enjoy dusting. It's really a shame that enthusiasm doesn't carry over into adult life! First through fifth graders ought to be able to let pets outside (and back in again) as well as take the pets for a walk. They'll get excited about the opportunity of making you a meal . It doesn't matter if they leave your car soap streaked from washing it. They're learning and you're teaching. Teach your elementary aged child to fold and hang up the laundry and you'll set a good lifelong pattern. If you invest a little patience and time providing proper instruction, you'll be helping yourself and your child develop into well rounded adults! 44.According the passage, children want to help with housework because . A.they can get paid by their parents B.they think they are old enough to do so C.they want to improve their sense of duty D.they find themselves old enough to help 45.To help your children develop, parents need do the following EXCEPT . A.increase their children’s responsibilities B.set a good pattern for their children C.provide proper instructions patiently D.bring their washed clothes into their room 46.According to the passage, a five-year-old boy cannot do . A.mix baking items B.set the table C.load an empty dishwasher D.make a meal 47.What might be the possible reason for the sign(in Paragraph one)being created? A.parents can do housework efficiently. B.parents have trained their children in the right way. C.parents haven’t taught their children responsibility for housework. D.the teachers are not responsible for their students. 48.Which of the following would be the best title for the t ext? A.Parents are Responsible in Resisting Children B.Children Enjoy Gulping Parents with Housework C. Your Child is Never Too Yong for Housework D. Your Child Capable of Helping you Out C Starting at a new workplace can be stressful for anyone, whether you have years of


experience or are just beginning your career. Here are a few expert tips to help you. 1.Be the Early Bird Reaching the office early will give you more time to explore and absorb your new surroundings. Arriving early also gives you time to network. And of course it helps impress the new boss by showing your eagerness to work. 2.Ask Questions It shows your mangagers that you are interested in learning about you new job. More importantly, the answers will help you adapt to your new surroundings quickly. And try to limit yourself to general or work-related questions. 3.Watch Your Body Language Your actions can give away a lot more than you think. Frowning, folding your hands, rocking back-and-forth in you chair or shaking your leg constantly, are some gestures that might give the impression that you are nervous, not confident or are too casual about your job. 4.Be a Listener Listen more and talk less. When you talk more, you might unintentionally speak out of turn. Lsitening and observing can help you learn more about you peers and managers and their way of doing things. Try not to get sucked into office politics. 5.Arrive Ready to Learn Change is always difficult, but prepared to absorb a new culture, different ways of doing things and take on new responsibilities. Try not to say things like “I used to do this in this way”, which makes you seem too aggressive or even annoying. 6. Don’t Rush to Shake Things Up We normally see people come in and make a quick assessment of what is happening, and start making changes quickly. That’s not a god idea because it can cause conflict with your new team. Instead consider introducing your way of doing things slowly while you communicate with your team as often as possible. Apply these principles and within no time you would have made a place for yourself in the organization. 49.Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A.This passage is intended for people who have just graduated form college. B.We can ask any personal question after arriving at a new place. C.We can continue working in the same way as before. D.Listening and observing can benefit you a lot. 50.What does the underlined phrase mean in the sixth piece? A.conclude B.decide C.change D.plan 51.What can we infer from the passage? A.If you need help, don’t hesitate to ask people around you in the new organization. B.People can be under pressure to work after arriving at a new place. C.It is better to arrive at offices as early as possible. D.Talking more can make it easy for people to get into the office politics. 52.What is the purpose of this passage? A.to educate B.to persuade C.to instruct D.to advise D Housing price in China has always caused heated discussions among property(房产)


developers and ordinary Chinese. To many property developers and local government officials, housing price in China is still low compared with many developed countries. However, the average housing price in the United States is only 8,000 yuan per square meter, while in China, it is even higher than in the United States. This shows that there are some bubbles(泡沫) in Chinese real estate market, the International Finance News reported. Although the average price of residential houses in the United States, after converted to Renminbi, is about 8,000 yuan per square meter, the houses in US are not sold in terms of building area, as most Chinese property developers do when they sell their houses. If US property developers sell their houses according to the building area, then the housing price will be even lower than 8,000 yuan per square meter. In most big Chinese cities, such as Beijing, Shanghai, and Shenzhen, houses are sold at a price even higher than those in the US. The high housing sales price in large cities in China proves that Chinese real estate market does have some bubbles. Moreover, Chinese houses can not be compared with houses in US in terms of building quality, environment and supporting facilities. Furthermore, it should be noted that American people’s average income is several dozen times higher than that of Chinese people. How can the Chinese afford to buy a house which is even more expensive than that sold in US? At the beginning of 2007, Chinese government issued a set of policies that aimed to benefit the public. Now in order to reduce the high housing prices, the government can regulate(控制) the real estate market by raising tax on property industry and controlling the release of loans and lands to property developers. At the same time, the government should allow people to build more houses through various fund-raising channels, such as funds collected from buyers or raised by working units. By applying these multiple means, it is expected that the high housing prices can be lowered. 53.What is the average housing price per square meter in China? A.8000 yuan B.10000 yuan C.7000 yuan D.It’s not mentioned here 54.Which of the following does NOT support the idea that the average housing price in China is even higher than in the United States? A.Chinese houses can not be compared with houses in US in terms of building quality, environment and supporting facilities. B.American people’s average income is several dozen times higher than that of Chinese people. C.The houses in US are not sold in terms of building area, as most Chinese property developers do when they sell their houses. D.There are more people who need houses in China is larger than that in the United States. 55.How many measures are mentioned in the last paragraph in order to reduce the high housing prices? A.Four B. Three C.Two D.One 58.What is the main idea of this passage? A.The housing price in China is so high that the government should do something useful to prevent it. B.There are some bubbles in Chinese real estate market C.The average housing price in China is even higher than in the United States D.Chinese government issued a set of policies that aimed to benefit the public. E


LONDON (Reuters) Britain needs to spend up to one billion pounds a year to protect easily destroyed English wildlife habitats from climate change, intensive(集约)farming and population growth, a government-backed report said on Friday. It urged the government to transform conservation policy in the next 40 years to avoid a devastating loss of the countryside that supports thousands of important plants, trees and animals. British ecologist John Lawton, who led the year-long study, said England’s wildlife habitats are too small and isolated to protect many species from increased strains in coming decades. Creating a stronger, better connected network of well-managed habitats will cost between 600 million pounds and 1.1 billion pounds each year, the report estimated(估计). Failure to act could lead to the loss of areas rich with diverse species, such as meadows, wiids and rivers, the report said. Centuries of human activity have helped to shape these habitats and they will need ongoing management if they are to survive, it said. The United Nations called on world leaders this week to take bold action to preserve animal and plant species. It says the world is facing the worst losses since the dinosaurs vanished 65 million years ago. England has at least 55,000 species, including significant levels of bats, bumblebees, wildfowl and mature oak trees. The pace and scale of environmental change over the last 50 years was worrying and is likely to get worse, the report said. Future threats include extreme weather, droughts(干旱), rising sea levels and the loss of areas like wet grasslands to farming to feed a growing population, the report said. Its authors made 24 recommendations to create stronger habitats. The measures include better management of habitats, setting up new ecological restoration zones and improved water quality and flood protection 57.According to the passage, which of the following is not the cause of the loss of wildlife habitats? A.Climate change B.Population growth C.Intensive farming D.Decreasing habitats 58.The underlined word “meadows” in Paragraph 7 probably means . A.a species of animals B.mountains C.pieces of grassland D.forests 59.What can we infer from the text? A.Some wet grasslands were lost probably because of extreme weather. B.England has at least 55,000 endangered species. C.Better management of habitats will probably lead to stronger habitats for wildlife. D.England has taken measures to protect its wildlife habitats. 60.What is the main idea of the text? A.The British government will transform conservation policies in the next 40 years. B.Britain must act now to save wildlife habitats. C.The experts called on the world leaders to protect wildlife habitats. D.Some British ecologists made a study of wildlife.


第二节 根据对话内容, 从对话后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项, 并在答题卡 上将该项涂黑。选中有两项为多途选项。 A:Now, Mr. John. I’ve read your own doctor’s report. So you haven’t been feeling well lately. 61 B:Yes. It’s my leg, doctor. Mu left leg. I’m suffering from frequent strange pain in it. A: 62 B:It’s like boiling water running down my leg. It’s been getting worse lately too. I’ve been losing sleep. A: 63 B:Yes, that’s right. It’s been keeping me awake? A:Have you been getting tired lately after you have a walk? B:why? Yes, Yes, I have, doctor. A:Hmm… 64 B:Do you think it’s serious? A:Probably not. B:But…Doctor Cook, my local doctor thinks it’s only that I have been working too hard lately. A: 65 Don’t worry. We’ll find out soon. A.What can I do for you? B.Could you tell me what the pain is like? C.I think we’d better give a few tests here in hospital. D.You mean the pain’s been keeping you awake? E.It’s nothing serious. F.Is that right? G.That could be the reason.


第三部分 写作(共三节,满分 55 分) 第一节 单词拼写(共 10 小题,第小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 根据下列句子及所给汉语注释, 在答题纸上相应题号的横线上写出空缺处各单词的正确 形式。 (每空只写一词) 66.Several famous (女演员)were invited to the party last night. 67.Take some (备用的)clothes with you when leaving in case you get cold. 68.I can’t find a copy of the dictionary you (提及)to yesterday. 69.They got lost in the desert and (挨饿)to yesterday. 70.As more people arrived, the room got much (嘈杂). 71.In (地理)lessons, we learn countries and people in them. 72.Up to now, many girls in the poor mountain villages are (禁止)to go to school. 73. (整个)the summer and autumn he stayed inside his house. 74.The (温暖)of the fire made us comfortable and sleepy. 75.With more (烟囱)pulled down, the air is getting cleaner and cleaner. 第二节 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 此题要求改正所给短文中的错误.对标题号的每一行做出判断:如无错误,在该行右边 的横线上划(√) ;如有错误(每行只有一个错误) ,则按下列情况改正: 此行多一个词:把多余的词用斜线划掉,在该行右边横线上写出该词,并也用斜线划 掉。 此行缺一个词:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(^) ,在该行右边横线上写出该加的词。 此行错一个词:在错的词下划一横线,在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。 注意:原行没有错的不要改。 June 6th ,2010 Dear Robert, I’m very glad to hear that you are coming here spend 76. your summer vacation. I’ve just readseveral advertisement for 77. house rent on the Internet, they might interest you, I think. 78. One of the flats lies in the city seems to be suitable. Firstly, 79. it is only one kilometer to the airport. There is a safely-guarded 80. large parking area. And there are a hospital and a shopping 81. center as well as nearby. Secondly, the well designed flat 82. looks fine and there is enough room for your five. The 83. kitchen and the bathroom are good furnished. If you 84. need farther information, you may visit the “http 85. //www. bdhfz. com.cn” Best wishes! Yours, Li Hua 第二节 书面表达(满分 30 分) 你校组织了以“读书、进步”为主题的“英语读书月”活动,请你根据下面信息写一篇 短文,介绍你们班的“读书明星”李华同学。 要点:姓名:李华 性别:女 年龄:18 所在班级:高三 6 班 特点: 1.积极参加读书月活动,喜欢阅读英文报刊杂志和原著;


2.有良好的读书习惯和方法,已写了三本读书笔记; 3.易于合作,乐于助人; 获奖情况: 1.学校“模拟联合国(Model UN) ”辩论赛一等奖; 2.省中学生英语演讲比赛第一名。 感言:阅读使我进步,英语让我快乐! 参考词汇:模拟联合国辩论赛 the Debate of Model UN 原创的 original 要求:100 字左右




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