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M1 U1 School life


一、单项填空 (共 15 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 15 分)

1. It is well known that ______ nature has provided Shangri-la with endless natural treasures, making the land

______ happy home for the local people.

A. the; 不填

B. the; a

C. 不填; a

D. a; a

2. John is a man of much ______ and he had a lot of interesting ______ in his life.

A. experience; experiences

B. experiences; experience

C. experience; experience

D. experiences; experiences

3. To tell you the truth, the accident and the damages ______ resulted in frightened me so much that I almost

gave up driving ever since.

A. which

B. that

C. it

D. what

4. A: Did you ______ the concert yesterday evening?

B: Sorry, I forgot and I didn’t have enough time. I regret ______ my homework earlier.

A. attend; not to finish

B. join; not finishing

C. take part in; having not finished

D. attend; not having finished

5. We ______ of the decision until eight o’clock yesterday.

A. got informed

B. didn’t inform

C. weren’t informed

D. were informed

6. A: Does your car require ______, sir?

B: Yes. I require that it ______ right now.

A. washing; is washed B. being washed; be washed C. to be washed; is washed D. washing; be washed

7. A: Is this city ______ your elder sister was born in?

B: Yes, it is.

A. that

B. where

C. the one

D. which

8. To our surprise, the naughty boy is no longer ______.

A. what he used to

B. what he used to be

C. what he was used to

D. what he got used to

9. A: How much do I have to ______ for delivery?

B: We won’t ______ for delivery if you pay now.

A. charge; charge

B. pay; pay

C. charge; pay

D. pay charge

10. ______ at the station, he found his wife ______ for him.

A. On his arrival; waiting B. On arriving; wait

C. Arriving; to wait

D. Arriving; wait

11. Enough attention should be paid to ______ your pronunciation and intonation in the study of English.

A. improve

B. improving

C. being improved

D. to improve

12. It is very useful to learn several foreign languages ______ English and French.

A. as

B. such that

C. for example

D. such as

13. When first ______ to the market, these products enjoyed great success.

A. introducing

B. introduced

C. to introduce

D. being introduced

14. A: Let’s go for a walk in the garden.

B: ______, but I need to do the washing-up.

A. Good idea

B. That’s right

C. No, thank you

D. Not at all

15. He is the only person ______, I believe, can help you with your English.

A. whom

B. what

C. that

二、完形填空 (共 20 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 20 分)

D. which

I was walking down the road one day when my cell phone rang. 16 voice on the other end spoke to me,

“Dad, please come back soon. I miss you so much.” I judged that it was a 17 number. A little while later, the

call came once again, so I rudely 18 , “You’ve dialed the wrong number! ” and then 19 .

During the following days, I got the same call 20 . But I didn’t care much about it.

Then one day she constantly called me, 21 I didn’t answer. Finally I answered the phone and heard a

weak voice, “Dad, please come back. I miss you so much! Dad, I’m in so much pain! Mom said you were too

22 to take care of me. But, dad, please 23 me again, OK?” The innocent (天真无邪的) request was

difficult to 24 . I made a 25 kiss on the phone and heard the weak 26 say, “Thank you…Dad, I

am so … happy, so …happy …”

Shortly after this, I became 27 about who had been on the other end of my phone. So I called 28 ,

and a woman answered, “Sorry, sir. I am really sorry to have bothered you. My daughter has 29 from bone

cancer 30 she was born. And her father… 31 in an accident a short while ago. I dare not tell her this

sad news. Poor baby! When she couldn’t bear the painful chemotherapy (化疗), she would cry 32 her dad,

who had always 33 her. I really couldn’t bear it, so I gave her a random phone number …”

“How is your daughter now?” I couldn’t wait to 34 .

“She has 35 . You must have kissed her on the phone, because she went with a smile, tightly holding the

cell phone …”

Tears blurred (模糊) my eyes …

16. A. A boy’s

B. A child’s

C. My daughter’s

D. My son’s

17. A. old

B. different

C. new

D. wrong

18. A. screamed

B. blamed

C. replied

D. returned

19. A. hung up

B. hung on

C. held on

D. held up

20. A. here and there

B. now and then

C. more or less

D. sooner or later

21. A. so that

B. in case

C. because

D. even if

22. A. frightened

B. difficult

C. busy

D. worried

23. A. comfort

B. kiss

C. pat

D. encourage

24. A. refuse

B. accept

C. take

D. meet

25. A. soft

B. sweet

C. low

D. loud

26. A. noise

B. sound

C. voice

D. whisper

27. A. surprised

B. amazed

C. interested

D. curious

28. A. again

B. on

C. back

D. out

29. A. suffered

B. got

C. fell

D. grew

30. A. when

B. since

C. as

D. while

31. A. got hurt

B. became disabled

C. died

D. was ill

32. A. with

B. for

C. against

D. about

33. A. encouraged

B. amused

C. satisfied

D. supported

34. A. hear

B. ask

C. tell

D. see

35. A. passed by

B. passed

C. gone by

三、阅读理解 (共 10 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 20 分)

D. gone

A One of Britain’s leading fee-paying schools, Wellington College, is to offer classes on happiness to fight against the bad influences in society caused by materialism (功利主义) and celebrity obsession (名誉崇拜), its head teacher announced. Wellington school was founded in 1853 and now has 750 boys aged 13 to 18 and 50 girls aged 16 plus. Fees range from 6,132 pounds per term for day pupils to 7,665 pounds per term for boarders (寄宿生). “We are introducing classes on happiness,” said Anthony Seldon, master of Wellington College. “We have


been focusing too much on academics (学术) and missing something far more important.” A psychologist (心理学家) will be in charge of a pilot project teaching “happiness lessons” from the start of

the next academic year. Pupils aged 14 to 16 will be given one lesson a week, learning skills such as how to

manage relationships, physical and mental health, negative emotions and how to achieve one’s goals. The college’s religious education staff (成员) will teach the course as a complement (辅助) to, rather than a
substitute (替代) for, usual religious education classes, said Seldon, who is also a political critic and writer.

“To me, the most important job of any school is to turn out young men and women who are happy and secure (可靠的).” explained Seldon. “Celebrity, money and possessions are too often the touchstones for teenagers and

yet these are not where happiness lies. Our children need to know that as societies become richer, they don’t

become happier — a fact regularly shown by social science research.”

36. Wellington school is to offer students classes on happiness because ______.

A. students want to learn more about materialism and celebrity obsession

B. students have poor knowledge about materialism and celebrity obsession

C. students are often unhappy about the courses taught at school

D. the school wants to smooth away the bad effects caused by materialism and celebrity obsession

37. Which of the following is true according to the text?

A. Wellington College has been focusing much attention on happiness lessons.

B. Science research shows that the richer people are, the happier they will become.

C. British teenagers often judge things by celebrity, money and possessions.

D. Happiness lessons will take the place of religious education classes in college.

38. In happiness lessons, students learn the following except ______.

A. how to get along with others

B. how to become rich and famous

C. how to get rid of negative emotion

D. how to keep healthy both in physical and mental ways


“I’m seventy years old,” says the gray-haired lady proudly to the entertainer (演艺人员) at her Community

Club dinner.

“Did you hear that, everyone?” says the entertainer. “This lovely lady is just seventy years young! And she

doesn’t look a day over fifty.”

He has been careful not to use the word “old”. In a society where youth is so admired, old age is often seen

as something sad, something to fight against. Americans prefer not to say “old” people. They use the expression

“senior citizens”. They do not talk about “old people’s” homes, but “retirement” homes.

In fact, the entertainer is not so wrong. Seventy is not very old these days. People in the US are living longer

and longer. In1980, 12 percent of Americans were over sixty-five years old. By 2030, 21 percent will be over

sixty-five. One reason for this is that families are getting smaller. The average couple now has only 1.8 children.

At the same time, improved medical care means that people are living longer.

This change in the age of Americans is going to have serious results. For one thing, medical costs are rising.

The government is unable to pay the elderly people’s medical bills that have gone up very much. Some old people

have to leave hospital “sicker and quicker” than they should, before they are really better.

More fortunate senior citizens, though, who still have good health, want new laws to be passed to allow them

to stay at work. In the past, the retirement age was sixty-five, but that is changing now. Older people are stronger

and more energetic than ever before. Many of them refuse to stop working just because they have reached a

certain age.

There is a change, too, in the way in which elderly people see themselves. Many are no longer happy to accept the gray hair, bald ( 秃 的 ) heads, and boring clothes of their own parents. They like to wear

younger-looking clothes and bright makeup. American women spend millions of dollars a year on operations to lift their faces and make those ugly wrinkles (皱纹) disappear. Men are prepared to spend even more on

operations to plant new hair on their bald spots. It’s worth any money to look younger.

39. In America people try to avoid using the word “old” because ______.

A. the old age is seen as something that isn’t admired

B. it is now believed to bring bad luck to elderly people C. the standard (标准) of getting old has changed

D. the change in the age has caused a health problem

40. According to the passage, which of the following does NOT describe the American society correctly?

A. People live longer because of improved medical care.

B. The government finds it difficult to afford the medical bills of the elderly.

C. People use polite expressions when talking about old age.

D. The old patients’ time in hospital is strictly limited.

41. This passage is most probably taken from ______.

A. a travel booklet

B. a magazine

C. an advertisement

D. a medical report


After an absence of thirty years, I decided to visit my old school again. I had expected to find changes, but

not a completely different building. As I walked up the school drive, I wondered for a moment if I had come to the

right address. The dirty red brick houses had been swept away. In its place stood a bright, modern block. A huge expanse of glass extended (延展) across the face of the building, and in front, there was a well-kept lawn (草坪) where previously there had been “an untidy gravel (沙石) yard”.

I was pleased to find that it was bread time and that the children were all in the playground. This would

enable me to meet some members of staff. On entering the building, I was surprised to hear loud laughter coming

from what appeared to be the masters’ common room. I could not help remembering the teachers in my time, all dressed in black gowns (长袍) and high collars (领子). And above all, I recalled Mr Garston whom we had

nicknamed “Mr Ghastly”, the headmaster who had iron discipline on staff and pupils alike. I knocked at the

common room door and was welcomed by a smiling young man who introduced himself to me as the headmaster. He was dressed casually in a sports jacket, and his cheerful manner, quickly dispelled (驱散) the image of Mr

Ghastly. After I had explained who I was, the headmaster presented me to the teachers all of whom were a little

younger than himself, and said he would take me round the school.

Here the biggest surprise of all was in store for me. Gone were the heavy desks of old with their deeply

carved names; gone too, were the dark classrooms with their ink stained, dark brown walls, and their raised

platforms for the teachers. The rooms now were painted in bright colors, and the children, far from sitting straight

in their places, seemed almost free to do as they liked. I looked with envy as I remembered how, as a child, I had

looked at the blackboard hardly daring to whisper to my neighbor.

42. The writer ______.

A. had no difficulty in recognizing his old school

B. found it difficult to recognize his old school

C. noticed that the building was still unfinished

D. was surprised to see an untidy gravel yard

43. Which of the following statements is NOT true?

A. He had expected that the school had completely changed.

B. In the writer’s time, all the teachers were dressed in black gowns and high collars.

C. There was a well-kept lawn in their school when he visited it.

D. An untidy gravel yard had disappeared.

44. “Mr Ghastly” must be ______.

A. the writer’s teacher B. a serious old man

C. the strict headmaster D. a naughty boy

45. From what is said in the passage it seems clear the writer ______.

A. disapproved of all the changes that had taken place B. felt sorry for the children in the school


C. was glad that the school was still the same

D. felt that conditions at the school had improved a lot

四、句型转换 (共 5 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 10 分)

46. As soon as he graduated from college, he got a job in an American company. (改为简单句)

_______________________________________________________________________________ 47. They are displaying Qi Baishi’s paintings in the local museum now. (改为被动语态)

_______________________________________________________________________________ 48. The work is too hard for me, but I still want to have a try. (改为状语从句)

_______________________________________________________________________________ 49. Skiing is great fun in winter. (改为同义句)

_______________________________________________________________________________ 50. There is a big tree on the top of the hill. Its leaves have become yellow. (合并为含有定语从句的复合句)

五、词汇检测 (共 15 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 15 分)

A. 根据句意及首字母提示,写出该单词的适当形式。

51. To be honest, I don’t like the films directed by Hitchcock. They are too s__________.

52. On a__________, women live longer than men.

53. John is busy p__________ to go abroad for further study.

54. Sometimes it is difficult to solve problems related to g__________ gap.

55. The drought in Yunnan Province is very serious as we can see from these p__________ taken by the reporters. B. 根据句意及中文提示,写出该单词的适当形式。 56. The best performances were tape-recorded and __________ (广播) over the radio. 57. A-H1N1 control and prevention is a__________ (有挑战性的) job to China as well as the whole world. 58. I wrote to him the day before yesterday, and he gave me a reply __________ (立刻) . 59. She would never do anything that was not __________ (赞同) of by her parents. 60. Peter picked up some __________ (西班牙语) when he visited Spain. C. 根据情境,写出一个语法和语义上都正确的单词。

61. A: Have you heard that Mary has won the first prize in the piano competition?

B: Yes, she has a _______ for music.

62. A: My parents want me to take __________ Maths lessons at the weekend, but I want to relax and have fun.

B: You’d better take your parents’ suggestion because Maths is very important.

63. A: Did you enjoy your spring __________ last weekend?

B: Oh, yes. We had a great time in Zhouzhuang.

64. A: What are you interested in?

B: L__________, especially in novels.

65. A: I’m surprised that Peter should have been so rude to that old lady just now.

B: Me too. As a high school student, we should show __________ for the old.
六、主题式中译英 (共 5 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 10 分)

66. 毕业后我将继续努力学习。(continue)

_____________________________________________________________ 67. 阅读俱乐部有学生自己管理。(run)

_____________________________________________________________ 68. 新学期第一天,我们免费用餐。(for free)

_____________________________________________________________ 69. 那个小男孩对从笔友那儿得到的礼物很满意。(be happy with)

_____________________________________________________________ 70. 提高英语的最佳方法之一是大声朗读。(the best way to)

七、短文缺词填空 (共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)


Do you want to start a club at your school? Once you’ve decided, you should pay much attention to it. Here are some things to consider once you’ve determined (决定) the type of your club.

(71) F__________ of all, get the permission from your school. Also, tell your school the time and place for

the club.

Determine the age group. Are children in kindergarten too young? Will students of the sixth (72)

g__________ be “too cool” for your club? Narrow down your members.

Take s survey of how many students might be (73) i__________. Maybe you could place a piece of paper in

the teachers’ mailboxes, asking them to help you.

Then consider the (74) n__________ of adults that will be able to attend the meetings to help out. Your club

will fail to (75) m__________ its goals if there are too many kids. Speaking of goals, what are (76)y__________? Why will your club exist (存在)? You can determine the

goals all on your own, or you can lead a (77) d__________ of club goals. Remember you can’t hold an

after-school activity (78) w__________ parents’ permission. Also, (79) a__________ follow your school’s rules.

At last, make a plan for your club. By (80) c__________ a fun and functional school club, you will help its

members lead a happy and creative life.