• 英语 2018年高三陕西省第一次模拟试题
单选题 本大题共15小题,每小题2分,共30分。在每小题给出的4个选项中,有且只有一项是符合题目要求。
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第一节  (共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

                                A

Taking the Baton(指挥棒)

    You may know Li Yundi as one of the leading Chinese pianists, but he is about to take on another role. The pianist will pick up the baton for the first time, leading the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra for a five-city tour in China, which started in Chongqing on Aug29, followed by Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Beijing and Shanghai through September.

    7:30 p.m, Sept3, Concert Hall, National Center for the Performing Arts, 2 West Chang’an Avenue, Xicheng district. 010-6655-0000.

    Ticket: 300-1,380($45-200)

Dutch Masters Exhibition is Closing

    An exhibition showcasing masterpieces of the 17th century Dutch Golden Age will come to an end during the weekend. The 17th century Dutch Golden Age had several significant artists and a range of great pieces produced during the period, including Fan Vermeer’s Young Woman at a Virginal, Fan Lievens’ Boy in a Caper and Turban and Remebrandt’s Self-Portrait with Shaded Eyes. It is the first time some of the most famous examples of the time have been shown in China.

    (1)a.m.-5p.m.,through Sept3(closed on Monday). National Museum of China, 1 Wusi Avenue, Dongcheng district. 010-6400-1476.

    Ticket: 50 yuan.

    Rickshaw Boy (Mandarin)

    The opera Rickshaw Boy, adapted from a novel of the same name by famous Chinese writer Laoshe, will be played in Beijing next week. The opera is filled with Chinese musical elements, including Peking Opera and folk songs, to bring to life memories of old Beijing. First published in China in 1937, Rickshaw Boy tells the story of Xiangzi, an honest and serious country boy who works as a rickshaw puller in Beijing. His greatest ambition is to one day own his own rickshaw rental agency. Xiangzi is nonetheless thwarted(挫折) in attempts to improve his life.

    7 p.m. , Sept 7-10. Opera House, National Center for the Performing Arts, 2 West Chang’an Avenue, Xicheng district. 010-6655-0000.

    Ticket: 100-880 yuan.

And Give Us the Shadows (Swedish)

    In 1941, US author and Nobel Prize winner Eugene O’Neill wrote an autobiographical(自传的)piece, Long Day’s Journey into Night. The title says it all. All readers are witness to a day in the life of the Tyrone family. Father, mother and two sons are struggling with their addictions(alcohol and drugs), demons (邪恶的事物)from the past and with each other. It will be played in Swedish, with Chinese subtitles. 

    7:30 p.m. , Sept 7-9. Theater, National Center for the performing Arts,2 West Chang’an Avenue, Xicheng district. 010-6655-0000.

    Ticket: 100-500yuan.

If you happen to be free after 7 p.m. on Sep. 3, whose works can you enjoy?

AEugene O’Neill’s.

BJan Vermeer’s.

CLaoshe’s.

DWarsaw Philharmonic Orchestra’s.

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                                A

Taking the Baton(指挥棒)

    You may know Li Yundi as one of the leading Chinese pianists, but he is about to take on another role. The pianist will pick up the baton for the first time, leading the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra for a five-city tour in China, which started in Chongqing on Aug29, followed by Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Beijing and Shanghai through September.

    7:30 p.m, Sept3, Concert Hall, National Center for the Performing Arts, 2 West Chang’an Avenue, Xicheng district. 010-6655-0000.

    Ticket: 300-1,380($45-200)

Dutch Masters Exhibition is Closing

    An exhibition showcasing masterpieces of the 17th century Dutch Golden Age will come to an end during the weekend. The 17th century Dutch Golden Age had several significant artists and a range of great pieces produced during the period, including Fan Vermeer’s Young Woman at a Virginal, Fan Lievens’ Boy in a Caper and Turban and Remebrandt’s Self-Portrait with Shaded Eyes. It is the first time some of the most famous examples of the time have been shown in China.

    (1)a.m.-5p.m.,through Sept3(closed on Monday). National Museum of China, 1 Wusi Avenue, Dongcheng district. 010-6400-1476.

    Ticket: 50 yuan.

    Rickshaw Boy (Mandarin)

    The opera Rickshaw Boy, adapted from a novel of the same name by famous Chinese writer Laoshe, will be played in Beijing next week. The opera is filled with Chinese musical elements, including Peking Opera and folk songs, to bring to life memories of old Beijing. First published in China in 1937, Rickshaw Boy tells the story of Xiangzi, an honest and serious country boy who works as a rickshaw puller in Beijing. His greatest ambition is to one day own his own rickshaw rental agency. Xiangzi is nonetheless thwarted(挫折) in attempts to improve his life.

    7 p.m. , Sept 7-10. Opera House, National Center for the Performing Arts, 2 West Chang’an Avenue, Xicheng district. 010-6655-0000.

    Ticket: 100-880 yuan.

And Give Us the Shadows (Swedish)

    In 1941, US author and Nobel Prize winner Eugene O’Neill wrote an autobiographical(自传的)piece, Long Day’s Journey into Night. The title says it all. All readers are witness to a day in the life of the Tyrone family. Father, mother and two sons are struggling with their addictions(alcohol and drugs), demons (邪恶的事物)from the past and with each other. It will be played in Swedish, with Chinese subtitles. 

    7:30 p.m. , Sept 7-9. Theater, National Center for the performing Arts,2 West Chang’an Avenue, Xicheng district. 010-6655-0000.

    Ticket: 100-500yuan.

Which of the following works describes the life struggling of a country boy in old Beijing?

AYoung Woman at a Virginal.

BRickshaw Boy

CBoy in a Cape

DLong Day’s Journey into Night

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                                A

Taking the Baton(指挥棒)

    You may know Li Yundi as one of the leading Chinese pianists, but he is about to take on another role. The pianist will pick up the baton for the first time, leading the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra for a five-city tour in China, which started in Chongqing on Aug29, followed by Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Beijing and Shanghai through September.

    7:30 p.m, Sept3, Concert Hall, National Center for the Performing Arts, 2 West Chang’an Avenue, Xicheng district. 010-6655-0000.

    Ticket: 300-1,380($45-200)

Dutch Masters Exhibition is Closing

    An exhibition showcasing masterpieces of the 17th century Dutch Golden Age will come to an end during the weekend. The 17th century Dutch Golden Age had several significant artists and a range of great pieces produced during the period, including Fan Vermeer’s Young Woman at a Virginal, Fan Lievens’ Boy in a Caper and Turban and Remebrandt’s Self-Portrait with Shaded Eyes. It is the first time some of the most famous examples of the time have been shown in China.

    (1)a.m.-5p.m.,through Sept3(closed on Monday). National Museum of China, 1 Wusi Avenue, Dongcheng district. 010-6400-1476.

    Ticket: 50 yuan.

    Rickshaw Boy (Mandarin)

    The opera Rickshaw Boy, adapted from a novel of the same name by famous Chinese writer Laoshe, will be played in Beijing next week. The opera is filled with Chinese musical elements, including Peking Opera and folk songs, to bring to life memories of old Beijing. First published in China in 1937, Rickshaw Boy tells the story of Xiangzi, an honest and serious country boy who works as a rickshaw puller in Beijing. His greatest ambition is to one day own his own rickshaw rental agency. Xiangzi is nonetheless thwarted(挫折) in attempts to improve his life.

    7 p.m. , Sept 7-10. Opera House, National Center for the Performing Arts, 2 West Chang’an Avenue, Xicheng district. 010-6655-0000.

    Ticket: 100-880 yuan.

And Give Us the Shadows (Swedish)

    In 1941, US author and Nobel Prize winner Eugene O’Neill wrote an autobiographical(自传的)piece, Long Day’s Journey into Night. The title says it all. All readers are witness to a day in the life of the Tyrone family. Father, mother and two sons are struggling with their addictions(alcohol and drugs), demons (邪恶的事物)from the past and with each other. It will be played in Swedish, with Chinese subtitles. 

    7:30 p.m. , Sept 7-9. Theater, National Center for the performing Arts,2 West Chang’an Avenue, Xicheng district. 010-6655-0000.

    Ticket: 100-500yuan.

If you are interested in the masterpieces in the 17th century, how much can you pay to book a ticket?

A500 yuan

B100yuan

C50yuan

D300yuan

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                                B

This giant insect can be used as a toy. 

    A child ties one end of a string to a stick and the other end around the "neck" of an insect. Holding the stick, the child lets the insect go. With a loud whirring sound, the insect takes off, pulling the string in a large curve over the child's head. The child laughs as the stick jumps around. The child is African, and the toy is the African Goliath beetle, the largest insect in the world. 

    The Goliath is a true insect because it has six legs and a body that is divided into three parts. Like all beetles, it has two pairs of wings. The front pair are thick and stiff and protect the back pair, which are soft. It is these soft back wings that make the beetle fly forward. They also cause the loud whirring sound the beetle makes when it flies. To steer, the beetle twists and turns its legs the same way you steer a bike by turning its front wheel. 

    African children often use the Goliath beetle as a toy. Although it is over 15 centimeters long, it is quite harmless.

The African Goliath beetle is _______.

Athe world's largest insect

Ba toy used in many parts of the world

Cthe only insect found in Africa

Dthe world's smallest insect

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                                B

This giant insect can be used as a toy. 

    A child ties one end of a string to a stick and the other end around the "neck" of an insect. Holding the stick, the child lets the insect go. With a loud whirring sound, the insect takes off, pulling the string in a large curve over the child's head. The child laughs as the stick jumps around. The child is African, and the toy is the African Goliath beetle, the largest insect in the world. 

    The Goliath is a true insect because it has six legs and a body that is divided into three parts. Like all beetles, it has two pairs of wings. The front pair are thick and stiff and protect the back pair, which are soft. It is these soft back wings that make the beetle fly forward. They also cause the loud whirring sound the beetle makes when it flies. To steer, the beetle twists and turns its legs the same way you steer a bike by turning its front wheel. 

    African children often use the Goliath beetle as a toy. Although it is over 15 centimeters long, it is quite harmless.

What made the whirring sound that the child heard?

AThe curved string.

BThe beetle's body.

CThe beetle's six legs.

DThe beetle's soft wings.

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                                B

This giant insect can be used as a toy. 

    A child ties one end of a string to a stick and the other end around the "neck" of an insect. Holding the stick, the child lets the insect go. With a loud whirring sound, the insect takes off, pulling the string in a large curve over the child's head. The child laughs as the stick jumps around. The child is African, and the toy is the African Goliath beetle, the largest insect in the world. 

    The Goliath is a true insect because it has six legs and a body that is divided into three parts. Like all beetles, it has two pairs of wings. The front pair are thick and stiff and protect the back pair, which are soft. It is these soft back wings that make the beetle fly forward. They also cause the loud whirring sound the beetle makes when it flies. To steer, the beetle twists and turns its legs the same way you steer a bike by turning its front wheel. 

    African children often use the Goliath beetle as a toy. Although it is over 15 centimeters long, it is quite harmless.

We know the Goliath beetle is a true insect because it _______.

Amakes a whirring sound when it flies

Bhas both soft and hard wings

Chas six legs and a body with three parts

Dcan fly

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                                B

This giant insect can be used as a toy. 

    A child ties one end of a string to a stick and the other end around the "neck" of an insect. Holding the stick, the child lets the insect go. With a loud whirring sound, the insect takes off, pulling the string in a large curve over the child's head. The child laughs as the stick jumps around. The child is African, and the toy is the African Goliath beetle, the largest insect in the world. 

    The Goliath is a true insect because it has six legs and a body that is divided into three parts. Like all beetles, it has two pairs of wings. The front pair are thick and stiff and protect the back pair, which are soft. It is these soft back wings that make the beetle fly forward. They also cause the loud whirring sound the beetle makes when it flies. To steer, the beetle twists and turns its legs the same way you steer a bike by turning its front wheel. 

    African children often use the Goliath beetle as a toy. Although it is over 15 centimeters long, it is quite harmless.

When flying, the Goliath steers by_______.

Atwisting and turning its legs

Btwisting and turning its hard front wings

Cturning its soft back wings

Dtwisting and turning its whole body

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                                C

    When I asked my daughter which item she would keep; the phone, the car, the cooker, the computer, the TV, or her boyfriend, she said“the phone”. Personally, I could do without the phone entirely, which makes me unusual. Because the telephone is changing our lives more than any other piece of technology. 

    Point 1 The telephone creates the need to communicate, in the same way that more roads create more traffic. My daughter comes home from school at 4:00 pm and then spends an hour on the phone talking to the very people she has been at school with all day. If the phone did not exist, would she have anything to talk about? 

    Point 2 The mobile phone means that we are never alone. “The mobile saved my life,”says Crystal Johnstone. She had an accident in her Volvo on the A45 between Otley and Skipton. Trapped inside, she managed to make the call that brought the ambulance(救护车) to her rescue. 

    Point 3 The mobile removes our secret. It allows marketing manager of Haba Deutsch, Carl Nicolaisen, to ring his sales staff all round the world at any time of day to ask where they are , where they are going, and how their last meeting went. 

    Point 4 The telephone separates us. Antonella Bramante in Rome says, “We worked in separate offices but I could see him through the window. It was easy to get his number. We were so near——but we didn’t meet for the first two weeks!” 

    Point 5 The telephone allows us to reach out beyond our own lives. Today we can talk to several complete strangers simultaneously ( 同时地) on chat lines (at least my daughter does. I wouldn’t know what to talk about). We can talk across the world. We can even talk to astronauts (if you know any) while they’re space-walking. And, with the phone line hooked up to the computer, we can access(存取) the Internet, the biggest library on Earth.

Which of the following best shows people’s attitude towards mobile phones?

AMobile phones help people deal with the emergency.

BMobile phones bring convenience as well little secret to people.

CMobile phones are so important and should be encouraged.

DMobile phones are part of people’s life.

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                                C

    When I asked my daughter which item she would keep; the phone, the car, the cooker, the computer, the TV, or her boyfriend, she said“the phone”. Personally, I could do without the phone entirely, which makes me unusual. Because the telephone is changing our lives more than any other piece of technology. 

    Point 1 The telephone creates the need to communicate, in the same way that more roads create more traffic. My daughter comes home from school at 4:00 pm and then spends an hour on the phone talking to the very people she has been at school with all day. If the phone did not exist, would she have anything to talk about? 

    Point 2 The mobile phone means that we are never alone. “The mobile saved my life,”says Crystal Johnstone. She had an accident in her Volvo on the A45 between Otley and Skipton. Trapped inside, she managed to make the call that brought the ambulance(救护车) to her rescue. 

    Point 3 The mobile removes our secret. It allows marketing manager of Haba Deutsch, Carl Nicolaisen, to ring his sales staff all round the world at any time of day to ask where they are , where they are going, and how their last meeting went. 

    Point 4 The telephone separates us. Antonella Bramante in Rome says, “We worked in separate offices but I could see him through the window. It was easy to get his number. We were so near——but we didn’t meet for the first two weeks!” 

    Point 5 The telephone allows us to reach out beyond our own lives. Today we can talk to several complete strangers simultaneously ( 同时地) on chat lines (at least my daughter does. I wouldn’t know what to talk about). We can talk across the world. We can even talk to astronauts (if you know any) while they’re space-walking. And, with the phone line hooked up to the computer, we can access(存取) the Internet, the biggest library on Earth.

Which points do you think support the idea that phones improve people’s life? 

    a. Point 1.  

    b. Point2.  

    c. Point3.  

    d. Point 4.  

    e. Point 5.

Ac, d

Ba, e

Ca, c

Db, e

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                                C

    When I asked my daughter which item she would keep; the phone, the car, the cooker, the computer, the TV, or her boyfriend, she said“the phone”. Personally, I could do without the phone entirely, which makes me unusual. Because the telephone is changing our lives more than any other piece of technology. 

    Point 1 The telephone creates the need to communicate, in the same way that more roads create more traffic. My daughter comes home from school at 4:00 pm and then spends an hour on the phone talking to the very people she has been at school with all day. If the phone did not exist, would she have anything to talk about? 

    Point 2 The mobile phone means that we are never alone. “The mobile saved my life,”says Crystal Johnstone. She had an accident in her Volvo on the A45 between Otley and Skipton. Trapped inside, she managed to make the call that brought the ambulance(救护车) to her rescue. 

    Point 3 The mobile removes our secret. It allows marketing manager of Haba Deutsch, Carl Nicolaisen, to ring his sales staff all round the world at any time of day to ask where they are , where they are going, and how their last meeting went. 

    Point 4 The telephone separates us. Antonella Bramante in Rome says, “We worked in separate offices but I could see him through the window. It was easy to get his number. We were so near——but we didn’t meet for the first two weeks!” 

    Point 5 The telephone allows us to reach out beyond our own lives. Today we can talk to several complete strangers simultaneously ( 同时地) on chat lines (at least my daughter does. I wouldn’t know what to talk about). We can talk across the world. We can even talk to astronauts (if you know any) while they’re space-walking. And, with the phone line hooked up to the computer, we can access(存取) the Internet, the biggest library on Earth.

It is possible to talk to several complete strangers simultaneously through .

Athe TV screen

Ba fax machine

Cthe phone line hooked up to the computer

Da microphone

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                                C

    When I asked my daughter which item she would keep; the phone, the car, the cooker, the computer, the TV, or her boyfriend, she said“the phone”. Personally, I could do without the phone entirely, which makes me unusual. Because the telephone is changing our lives more than any other piece of technology. 

    Point 1 The telephone creates the need to communicate, in the same way that more roads create more traffic. My daughter comes home from school at 4:00 pm and then spends an hour on the phone talking to the very people she has been at school with all day. If the phone did not exist, would she have anything to talk about? 

    Point 2 The mobile phone means that we are never alone. “The mobile saved my life,”says Crystal Johnstone. She had an accident in her Volvo on the A45 between Otley and Skipton. Trapped inside, she managed to make the call that brought the ambulance(救护车) to her rescue. 

    Point 3 The mobile removes our secret. It allows marketing manager of Haba Deutsch, Carl Nicolaisen, to ring his sales staff all round the world at any time of day to ask where they are , where they are going, and how their last meeting went. 

    Point 4 The telephone separates us. Antonella Bramante in Rome says, “We worked in separate offices but I could see him through the window. It was easy to get his number. We were so near——but we didn’t meet for the first two weeks!” 

    Point 5 The telephone allows us to reach out beyond our own lives. Today we can talk to several complete strangers simultaneously ( 同时地) on chat lines (at least my daughter does. I wouldn’t know what to talk about). We can talk across the world. We can even talk to astronauts (if you know any) while they’re space-walking. And, with the phone line hooked up to the computer, we can access(存取) the Internet, the biggest library on Earth.

The best heading for the passage is .

Aphone Power

BKinds of Phone

Chow to Use Phones

DAdvantage of Phones

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                                D

    “Some day, there will be no Americans left in the NBA.” Said 12-year-old Xing Tao, who joined his school’s team two years ago, after watching Yao in a televised NBA game. “The players will all be Chinese, like Yao!”

    To China Yao is a home-grown superstar who helped make the world’s first basketball league closer to Chinese players. To the NBA, the 2.23-metre centre offers an opening of a different sort into the world’s largest new market.

    Yao’s NBA first appearance against the Indiana Pacers in October reached 287 million households in China. By contrast (对照), there are only about 105 million households in the US. That game might have been a bit of a let down to  Yao’s fans. He played just 11 of the 48 minutes, had two rebounds and got no points.

    Compare that with his performance on December 19, and also against Indiana, Yao won 29 points and 10 rebounds. “This was one of the most exciting games I’ve had,” Yao said after Houston’s 95-83 victory.

    “Yao Ming has brought the NBA closer to the Chinese,” said NBA spokeswoman Cheong Sau Ching, who is based in Hong Kong. “That makes the dream seem achievable for other people in China.” 

    The 22-year-old Yao is not the country’s first player in the NBA; Wang Zhizhi broke down that wall as a player with the Dallas Mavericks(小牛队)in April 2001. But Yao’s combination of modesty and his skills make him a favourite back home.

What’s the direct reason for Xing Tao to join the school’s basketball team?

AHe watched an NBA game

BHe liked basketball

CHe hoped to play for Houston Rockets

DHe had a dream that he would become a basketball star.

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                                D

    “Some day, there will be no Americans left in the NBA.” Said 12-year-old Xing Tao, who joined his school’s team two years ago, after watching Yao in a televised NBA game. “The players will all be Chinese, like Yao!”

    To China Yao is a home-grown superstar who helped make the world’s first basketball league closer to Chinese players. To the NBA, the 2.23-metre centre offers an opening of a different sort into the world’s largest new market.

    Yao’s NBA first appearance against the Indiana Pacers in October reached 287 million households in China. By contrast (对照), there are only about 105 million households in the US. That game might have been a bit of a let down to  Yao’s fans. He played just 11 of the 48 minutes, had two rebounds and got no points.

    Compare that with his performance on December 19, and also against Indiana, Yao won 29 points and 10 rebounds. “This was one of the most exciting games I’ve had,” Yao said after Houston’s 95-83 victory.

    “Yao Ming has brought the NBA closer to the Chinese,” said NBA spokeswoman Cheong Sau Ching, who is based in Hong Kong. “That makes the dream seem achievable for other people in China.” 

    The 22-year-old Yao is not the country’s first player in the NBA; Wang Zhizhi broke down that wall as a player with the Dallas Mavericks(小牛队)in April 2001. But Yao’s combination of modesty and his skills make him a favourite back home.

What’s the main idea of this passage?

AMiddle school students want to play basketball

BYao Ming makes NBA closer to China

CThere’ll be no Americans left in the NBA

DThere are many new stars from China in the NBA

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                                D

    “Some day, there will be no Americans left in the NBA.” Said 12-year-old Xing Tao, who joined his school’s team two years ago, after watching Yao in a televised NBA game. “The players will all be Chinese, like Yao!”

    To China Yao is a home-grown superstar who helped make the world’s first basketball league closer to Chinese players. To the NBA, the 2.23-metre centre offers an opening of a different sort into the world’s largest new market.

    Yao’s NBA first appearance against the Indiana Pacers in October reached 287 million households in China. By contrast (对照), there are only about 105 million households in the US. That game might have been a bit of a let down to  Yao’s fans. He played just 11 of the 48 minutes, had two rebounds and got no points.

    Compare that with his performance on December 19, and also against Indiana, Yao won 29 points and 10 rebounds. “This was one of the most exciting games I’ve had,” Yao said after Houston’s 95-83 victory.

    “Yao Ming has brought the NBA closer to the Chinese,” said NBA spokeswoman Cheong Sau Ching, who is based in Hong Kong. “That makes the dream seem achievable for other people in China.” 

    The 22-year-old Yao is not the country’s first player in the NBA; Wang Zhizhi broke down that wall as a player with the Dallas Mavericks(小牛队)in April 2001. But Yao’s combination of modesty and his skills make him a favourite back home.

What does the underlined words“letdown” in paragraph three mean?

Afailure

Bsurprise

Cdisappointment

Dsadness

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                                D

    “Some day, there will be no Americans left in the NBA.” Said 12-year-old Xing Tao, who joined his school’s team two years ago, after watching Yao in a televised NBA game. “The players will all be Chinese, like Yao!”

    To China Yao is a home-grown superstar who helped make the world’s first basketball league closer to Chinese players. To the NBA, the 2.23-metre centre offers an opening of a different sort into the world’s largest new market.

    Yao’s NBA first appearance against the Indiana Pacers in October reached 287 million households in China. By contrast (对照), there are only about 105 million households in the US. That game might have been a bit of a let down to  Yao’s fans. He played just 11 of the 48 minutes, had two rebounds and got no points.

    Compare that with his performance on December 19, and also against Indiana, Yao won 29 points and 10 rebounds. “This was one of the most exciting games I’ve had,” Yao said after Houston’s 95-83 victory.

    “Yao Ming has brought the NBA closer to the Chinese,” said NBA spokeswoman Cheong Sau Ching, who is based in Hong Kong. “That makes the dream seem achievable for other people in China.” 

    The 22-year-old Yao is not the country’s first player in the NBA; Wang Zhizhi broke down that wall as a player with the Dallas Mavericks(小牛队)in April 2001. But Yao’s combination of modesty and his skills make him a favourite back home.

Why does Yao Ming win more popularity than Wang Zhizhi at home?

AHe has performed excellently

BHe is modest

CHis height

DA & B

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填空题 本大题共5小题,每小题10分,共50分。把答案填写在题中横线上。
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第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)

    Does meeting new people make you nervous? If so, you are not alone. But making a good first impression isn’t as hard as you might think. It just involves a few simple choices.
Look your best

    36 But you don’t need to look like a model to make a good impression. You just need to take care of yourself. Make sure your clothing is clean, not wrinkled and appropriate for the situation 37 .

Stand tall

    The way you stand, sit and move tells others a lot about you. Standing up straight makes you look and feel confident. When you approach someone, make eye contact and smile to show you’re friendly and interested. 38

Speak up

    Speak loudly and clearly enough so that people don’t have to struggle to hear you. If you don’t know what to say, ask questions. 39When people are talking, pay attention to what they’re saying rather than planning what you’ll say next. And if you’re not sure what they mean, ask!

Value people

    Most importantly, show people you care. Your concerns for them will be obvious if you smile and listen carefully. 40 Don’t keep them waiting. Everyone you meet is important. So make eye contact, smile and greet them. They’ll appreciate it and others may be watching.

    A. And remember, you are important, too

    B. Respect other people’s time, too

    C. Most people enjoy talking about themselves

    D. Then greet them with a firm handshake

    E. One survey said blue and black are best for job interview

    F. Obviously your appearance influences people’s impression of you

    G. Don’t forget little things like brushing your teeth

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第一节 完形填空(共20小题;每题1.5分,满分30分)

                            Cold Rain

    It had been raining for more than a week, and so much rain made every day seem so restless. It was the third time that Susan had come up to the hospital to see me that week. I said to her _41__, “You shouldn’t come to see me anymore and we shouldn’t be together.” She just said, “I __42___you” and softly asked if we could find a place to _43____because she came out without lunch. Again I answered with a _44___heart, “No! Open up your _45___and let me take you home.” I knew she did not open up hers because she wanted to _46___mine.

    __47__, she opened her umbrella and walked behind me to the __48__. While passing by the park where we used to go , she _49__to go into the park just for a little while. With her begging, my cold heart _50____. She went to the big oak tree and looked for the love words we had __51__with a silver ink pen half a year ago. Then she came back slowly with _52___on her face, saying “Chris, I can’t find them anymore.” I felt so _53___inside. There was a stream of pain flowing into my __54__, the kind of pain I’ve never felt before. But all I could do was to __55__I didn’t care.

    A month before, I had been diagnosed with cancer. I wanted Susan to _56___the least pain possible. So I made up some stories and lied to her. I knew it was __57__but it was the fastest way to _58__out three years’ feelings. I stared in the dark window of the train leaving the station, at the first love in my life, also the last one, _59__my life. Tears kept falling down my face, mixed with the cold rain drops. I was cold inside. She _60__, and I haven’t got any more of her phone calls. I will leave with no regrets.

41.  

    A. coldly      

    B. gently      

    C. patiently        

    D. worriedly

42.  

    A. hate       

    B. miss        

    C. believe         

    D. admire

43.  

    A. rest       

    B. play         

    C. eat            

    D. sing

44.  

    A. lovely     

    B. bloody       

    C. warm          

    D. stony

45.  

    A. mouth     

    B. umbrella     

    C. heart          

    D. bag

46.  

    A. share      

    B. borrow      

    C. catch           

    D. throw

47.  

    A. Delightedly   

    B. Stubbornly  

    C. Awkwardly    

    D. Unwillingly

48.  

    A. bus stop     

    B. snack bar    

    C. trainstation    

    D. book office

49.  

    A. begged     

    B. forgot        

    C. decided        

    D. started

50.  

    A. sank      

    B. softened      

    C. broke          

    D. dropped

51.  

    A. posted    

    B. carved       

    C. written          

    D. inserted

52.  

    A. tears       

    B. anxiety       

    C. a smile         

    D. anger

53.  

    A. easy       

    B. pitiful        

    C. happy          

    D. sour

54.  

    A. ear        

    B. heart         

    C. memory        

    D. body

55. 

    A. pretend     

    B. state        

    C. explain         

    D. admit

56.  

    A. search for   

    B. cut down on   

    C. gothrough    

    D. get rid of

57.  

    A. beneficial    

    B. cruel        

    C. unreal        

    D. normal

58.  

    A. wipe       

    B. leave         

    C. bring         

    D. give

59.  

    A. getting rid of                  

    B. stealing into 

    C. walking out of                 

    D. rushing into

60.

    A. remained    

    B. stopped       

    C. laughed        

    D. left

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第二节 (共10分;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

    阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(不多于3个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

    Last Sunday morning, a parents’ meeting was held in our meeting hall, __61___, I think, was a meaningful and __62___(forget) day to everyone.

    It was at 9 o’clock __63___ the meeting began. First of all, one teacher gave a report to analyze our studies _64__the present situations for the time being and offered some practical suggestions on _65___ to learn well. Then another read a few letters to parents __66___(write) by students, which were so __67__(move) for us all, and teachers included, that we couldn’t help holding back our tears. At last, _68___was a warm and face-to-face conversation between us and our parents.

    Through it, we get greatly motivated and have __69_(much) confidence in our studies. To live up to our teachers’ and parents’ expectations, we’ll try our best _70___(make) our dream come true.

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第三部分:写作(共两节,满分35分)

Dear Mr. Mike,

    This is the last class that you will give us and I would like to , on the behalf of the whole class, express our thanks to you for teaching us so good in the past two years.

    None of our students here will forget your humour and diligently prepared classes, that are always interesting. You shows respect for us. No matter what poor we may be in English, you are always patient. You are always friendly with us very much.

    Apart from teach, your great enthusiasm for Chinese culture has always impressed us. Your interest in learning Chinese and cooking Chinese food has brought you real pleasure and much happy.

    We strongly feel sorry to see you go, but we wish you the best of luck.

We hope that you come back to visit us some day in the future!

                                    Yours sincerely,

                                    Li hua

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第二节:书面表达(共1题,满分25分)

    假如你是学生会主席李华, 得知很多学生很想了解关于长城的知识,学校将举办相关英文讲座。请你根据以下内容代表学生会用英语写一则通知。

    1.时间:本周二上午9点;

    2.地点:学校大厅;

    3.内容:李教授讲授长城的相关知识;

    4.提示:准时到场,可以提问。

    注意:1.词数100左右;

                2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

                3.通知的格式已给出,不计入总词数。

                                Notice

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

                                        Student Union

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