• 英语 2018年高三陕西省第二次模拟试题
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)

    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。

                                A

Sharon, Aged 22

       The mostimportant thing to keep in mind when going into high school is to be yourself.Besides, I don't know what your middle school was like, but high schoolteachers will not care about things such as how much homework you already havein one night. It's best to just learn to deal with things and manage your timewisely so you can achieve everything you need to.

Frank, Aged 21

       I thinkalmost every kid feels both nervous and excited before their first day. Youwill probably love it. I know I did. You should join some sports or activitiesthat will make your high school experience more enjoyable. Good luck!

Eddie, Aged 20

       When Istarted high school I was really nervous too, especially since I had beenhomeschooled all through middle school and didn't really know anyone. I supposethe best advice would be to just relax. The first couple of days can be alittle bit hard, but things will become easier before you know it.

David, Aged 19

       I'm notgoing to lie. The first day is kind of frightening (令人恐惧的). But you'll get usedto it. Don't be afraid of anyone; upperclassmen will pick on you more if youlet them know you're afraid. Just take it easy. Making some friends and stayingwith them will greatly help you get used to high school quickly. After thefirst week it's really not bad at all. Don't worry.

What can we infer from Sharon about high school?

ATeachers are quite strict.

BStudents often stay up at night.

CTeachers provide little care for students.

DStudents should make good use of their time.

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                                A

Sharon, Aged 22

       The mostimportant thing to keep in mind when going into high school is to be yourself.Besides, I don't know what your middle school was like, but high schoolteachers will not care about things such as how much homework you already havein one night. It's best to just learn to deal with things and manage your timewisely so you can achieve everything you need to.

Frank, Aged 21

       I thinkalmost every kid feels both nervous and excited before their first day. Youwill probably love it. I know I did. You should join some sports or activitiesthat will make your high school experience more enjoyable. Good luck!

Eddie, Aged 20

       When Istarted high school I was really nervous too, especially since I had beenhomeschooled all through middle school and didn't really know anyone. I supposethe best advice would be to just relax. The first couple of days can be alittle bit hard, but things will become easier before you know it.

David, Aged 19

       I'm notgoing to lie. The first day is kind of frightening (令人恐惧的). But you'll get usedto it. Don't be afraid of anyone; upperclassmen will pick on you more if youlet them know you're afraid. Just take it easy. Making some friends and stayingwith them will greatly help you get used to high school quickly. After thefirst week it's really not bad at all. Don't worry.

How did Eddie feel on his first day of high school?

AExcited.

BBored.

CWorried.

DRelaxed.

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                                A

Sharon, Aged 22

       The mostimportant thing to keep in mind when going into high school is to be yourself.Besides, I don't know what your middle school was like, but high schoolteachers will not care about things such as how much homework you already havein one night. It's best to just learn to deal with things and manage your timewisely so you can achieve everything you need to.

Frank, Aged 21

       I thinkalmost every kid feels both nervous and excited before their first day. Youwill probably love it. I know I did. You should join some sports or activitiesthat will make your high school experience more enjoyable. Good luck!

Eddie, Aged 20

       When Istarted high school I was really nervous too, especially since I had beenhomeschooled all through middle school and didn't really know anyone. I supposethe best advice would be to just relax. The first couple of days can be alittle bit hard, but things will become easier before you know it.

David, Aged 19

       I'm notgoing to lie. The first day is kind of frightening (令人恐惧的). But you'll get usedto it. Don't be afraid of anyone; upperclassmen will pick on you more if youlet them know you're afraid. Just take it easy. Making some friends and stayingwith them will greatly help you get used to high school quickly. After thefirst week it's really not bad at all. Don't worry.

Who mentions the importance of friends?

AFrank.

BDavid.

CSharon.

DEddie.

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                                B

       Whenhigh school student Katie Shipley was born with a serious brain disease,doctors said she wouldn't live to go to school.

       Now,Katie is not only about to graduate from Southridge High School in Oregon, butshe was also named the school's prom (高中毕业舞会) queen.

       KnowingKatie's wishes for prom queen, her friend Courtney Travis began reaching out tofind her the prom king she needed to make her a queen. Courtney found MichaelParks, who also thought it was a great idea.

       “Ireally got to know Shipley,” said Michael. “When you take the time to get toknow other people, it really gives you a great chance to live for more thanyourself.”

       Courtneytook a picture of the couple together and put it on her Twitter, explainingtheir plans for the prom. “It became very popular in the school,” she said.

       Theirefforts paid off, and Katie was very excited to be named prom queen.

On the day of the prom, Katie wore a verybeautiful dress. Her grandmother, Joan Fraley, who also went to the prom, saidthe night will stay with her always.

       “Iwas standing there and the children were shouting her name,” she said. “Theycalled her name as the new prom queen — I started crying. I'm greatly thankfulto the students of Southridge High School.”

       Katierepeated that feeling.

       “Ijust want to say thank you to my friends for all they did for me. I love youall.”

        Todd Corsetti, the principal (校长) atSouthridge High School said that seeing Katie as prom queen and the energy andhelp of his students is one of his “proudest moments.”

       “Ithink teenagers have great hearts and are really looking to make the world abetter place,” Todd said. “As we finish our school year, it's a greatlegacy (遗产) to leave the other classes who come after them.”

When Katie was born, she _____.

Anearly died in hospital

Bwasn't expected to live long

Cwasn't supposed to finish high school

Dcaught a disease caused by doctors' mistakes

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                                B

       Whenhigh school student Katie Shipley was born with a serious brain disease,doctors said she wouldn't live to go to school.

       Now,Katie is not only about to graduate from Southridge High School in Oregon, butshe was also named the school's prom (高中毕业舞会) queen.

       KnowingKatie's wishes for prom queen, her friend Courtney Travis began reaching out tofind her the prom king she needed to make her a queen. Courtney found MichaelParks, who also thought it was a great idea.

       “Ireally got to know Shipley,” said Michael. “When you take the time to get toknow other people, it really gives you a great chance to live for more thanyourself.”

       Courtneytook a picture of the couple together and put it on her Twitter, explainingtheir plans for the prom. “It became very popular in the school,” she said.

       Theirefforts paid off, and Katie was very excited to be named prom queen.

On the day of the prom, Katie wore a verybeautiful dress. Her grandmother, Joan Fraley, who also went to the prom, saidthe night will stay with her always.

       “Iwas standing there and the children were shouting her name,” she said. “Theycalled her name as the new prom queen — I started crying. I'm greatly thankfulto the students of Southridge High School.”

       Katierepeated that feeling.

       “Ijust want to say thank you to my friends for all they did for me. I love youall.”

        Todd Corsetti, the principal (校长) atSouthridge High School said that seeing Katie as prom queen and the energy andhelp of his students is one of his “proudest moments.”

       “Ithink teenagers have great hearts and are really looking to make the world abetter place,” Todd said. “As we finish our school year, it's a greatlegacy (遗产) to leave the other classes who come after them.”

Hearing about Katie's story, Michael _____.

Aturned to his friends for help

Bbegan to raise money for Katie

Cdecided to live for others rather than himself

Dwas very happy to help Katie realize her dream

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                                B

       Whenhigh school student Katie Shipley was born with a serious brain disease,doctors said she wouldn't live to go to school.

       Now,Katie is not only about to graduate from Southridge High School in Oregon, butshe was also named the school's prom (高中毕业舞会) queen.

       KnowingKatie's wishes for prom queen, her friend Courtney Travis began reaching out tofind her the prom king she needed to make her a queen. Courtney found MichaelParks, who also thought it was a great idea.

       “Ireally got to know Shipley,” said Michael. “When you take the time to get toknow other people, it really gives you a great chance to live for more thanyourself.”

       Courtneytook a picture of the couple together and put it on her Twitter, explainingtheir plans for the prom. “It became very popular in the school,” she said.

       Theirefforts paid off, and Katie was very excited to be named prom queen.

On the day of the prom, Katie wore a verybeautiful dress. Her grandmother, Joan Fraley, who also went to the prom, saidthe night will stay with her always.

       “Iwas standing there and the children were shouting her name,” she said. “Theycalled her name as the new prom queen — I started crying. I'm greatly thankfulto the students of Southridge High School.”

       Katierepeated that feeling.

       “Ijust want to say thank you to my friends for all they did for me. I love youall.”

        Todd Corsetti, the principal (校长) atSouthridge High School said that seeing Katie as prom queen and the energy andhelp of his students is one of his “proudest moments.”

       “Ithink teenagers have great hearts and are really looking to make the world abetter place,” Todd said. “As we finish our school year, it's a greatlegacy (遗产) to leave the other classes who come after them.”

Why did Fraley cry at the prom?

AShe felt sorry for Katie.

BShe thought of Katie's hard life.

CShe was invited to Katie's graduation.

DShe was moved by what others did for Katie.

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                                B

       Whenhigh school student Katie Shipley was born with a serious brain disease,doctors said she wouldn't live to go to school.

       Now,Katie is not only about to graduate from Southridge High School in Oregon, butshe was also named the school's prom (高中毕业舞会) queen.

       KnowingKatie's wishes for prom queen, her friend Courtney Travis began reaching out tofind her the prom king she needed to make her a queen. Courtney found MichaelParks, who also thought it was a great idea.

       “Ireally got to know Shipley,” said Michael. “When you take the time to get toknow other people, it really gives you a great chance to live for more thanyourself.”

       Courtneytook a picture of the couple together and put it on her Twitter, explainingtheir plans for the prom. “It became very popular in the school,” she said.

       Theirefforts paid off, and Katie was very excited to be named prom queen.

On the day of the prom, Katie wore a verybeautiful dress. Her grandmother, Joan Fraley, who also went to the prom, saidthe night will stay with her always.

       “Iwas standing there and the children were shouting her name,” she said. “Theycalled her name as the new prom queen — I started crying. I'm greatly thankfulto the students of Southridge High School.”

       Katierepeated that feeling.

       “Ijust want to say thank you to my friends for all they did for me. I love youall.”

        Todd Corsetti, the principal (校长) atSouthridge High School said that seeing Katie as prom queen and the energy andhelp of his students is one of his “proudest moments.”

       “Ithink teenagers have great hearts and are really looking to make the world abetter place,” Todd said. “As we finish our school year, it's a greatlegacy (遗产) to leave the other classes who come after them.”

What is Todd's opinion on the students?

AThey are the kindest teens.

BThey are the hope of the world.

CThey set a good example to others.

DThey can do much better in the future.

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                                C

       It'strue that many dads in the wild aren't interested in parenting, but there aresome that work pretty hard to give their little ones a good start. Maybe one ofthese dads will make you remember your own dad!

       The malegiant water bug (雄性负子蝽) doesn't seem to mind a heavy load (负荷物) on his back forhis kids. The female puts about 100 to 150 eggs on the back of the male, andthen she leaves. Once the female is gone, the male has to look after the eggs.It usually takes one to two weeks for the eggs to hatch (孵化). The father giantwater bug jumps around to make sure the growing eggs get enough air and water.All this time he can't fly because of the weight of the eggs growing rapidly onhis back.

       Nowlet's turn to the male stickleback fish. When the mother leaves after layingher eggs, the father tends his young. If the young fish go toofar away, their father helps with their safe return by carrying them back inhis mouth. The male stickleback looks after all his young — as many as 100 —until they can live on their own.

       Asimilar example can be found in emperor penguins (帝企鹅) living in cold areas.The male emperor penguin goes without food while looking after his egg until ithatches. For about 62 to 67 days, the egg stays on top of the father's feet, invery cold temperatures that drop down to -39°C. As a result, the father maylose nearly 50 percent of his body weight while waiting for his baby penguin tobe born!

What do we know about the giant water bug?

AIt is unable to fly.

BThe eggs grow on the father's back.

CThe male must keep still to hatch the eggs.

DThe female looks after her eggs together with the male.

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                                C

       It'strue that many dads in the wild aren't interested in parenting, but there aresome that work pretty hard to give their little ones a good start. Maybe one ofthese dads will make you remember your own dad!

       The malegiant water bug (雄性负子蝽) doesn't seem to mind a heavy load (负荷物) on his back forhis kids. The female puts about 100 to 150 eggs on the back of the male, andthen she leaves. Once the female is gone, the male has to look after the eggs.It usually takes one to two weeks for the eggs to hatch (孵化). The father giantwater bug jumps around to make sure the growing eggs get enough air and water.All this time he can't fly because of the weight of the eggs growing rapidly onhis back.

       Nowlet's turn to the male stickleback fish. When the mother leaves after layingher eggs, the father tends his young. If the young fish go toofar away, their father helps with their safe return by carrying them back inhis mouth. The male stickleback looks after all his young — as many as 100 —until they can live on their own.

       Asimilar example can be found in emperor penguins (帝企鹅) living in cold areas.The male emperor penguin goes without food while looking after his egg until ithatches. For about 62 to 67 days, the egg stays on top of the father's feet, invery cold temperatures that drop down to -39°C. As a result, the father maylose nearly 50 percent of his body weight while waiting for his baby penguin tobe born!

What does the underlined word “tends” in Paragraph 3 mean?

AWaits for.

BForgets about.

CTakes care of.

DLoses control of.

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                                C

       It'strue that many dads in the wild aren't interested in parenting, but there aresome that work pretty hard to give their little ones a good start. Maybe one ofthese dads will make you remember your own dad!

       The malegiant water bug (雄性负子蝽) doesn't seem to mind a heavy load (负荷物) on his back forhis kids. The female puts about 100 to 150 eggs on the back of the male, andthen she leaves. Once the female is gone, the male has to look after the eggs.It usually takes one to two weeks for the eggs to hatch (孵化). The father giantwater bug jumps around to make sure the growing eggs get enough air and water.All this time he can't fly because of the weight of the eggs growing rapidly onhis back.

       Nowlet's turn to the male stickleback fish. When the mother leaves after layingher eggs, the father tends his young. If the young fish go toofar away, their father helps with their safe return by carrying them back inhis mouth. The male stickleback looks after all his young — as many as 100 —until they can live on their own.

       Asimilar example can be found in emperor penguins (帝企鹅) living in cold areas.The male emperor penguin goes without food while looking after his egg until ithatches. For about 62 to 67 days, the egg stays on top of the father's feet, invery cold temperatures that drop down to -39°C. As a result, the father maylose nearly 50 percent of his body weight while waiting for his baby penguin tobe born!

During the hatching period, the male emperor _____.

Ais unable to eat

Bis fed by the female

Ctries to lose some weight

Dcan't stand the cold weather

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                                C

       It'strue that many dads in the wild aren't interested in parenting, but there aresome that work pretty hard to give their little ones a good start. Maybe one ofthese dads will make you remember your own dad!

       The malegiant water bug (雄性负子蝽) doesn't seem to mind a heavy load (负荷物) on his back forhis kids. The female puts about 100 to 150 eggs on the back of the male, andthen she leaves. Once the female is gone, the male has to look after the eggs.It usually takes one to two weeks for the eggs to hatch (孵化). The father giantwater bug jumps around to make sure the growing eggs get enough air and water.All this time he can't fly because of the weight of the eggs growing rapidly onhis back.

       Nowlet's turn to the male stickleback fish. When the mother leaves after layingher eggs, the father tends his young. If the young fish go toofar away, their father helps with their safe return by carrying them back inhis mouth. The male stickleback looks after all his young — as many as 100 —until they can live on their own.

       Asimilar example can be found in emperor penguins (帝企鹅) living in cold areas.The male emperor penguin goes without food while looking after his egg until ithatches. For about 62 to 67 days, the egg stays on top of the father's feet, invery cold temperatures that drop down to -39°C. As a result, the father maylose nearly 50 percent of his body weight while waiting for his baby penguin tobe born!

What is the best title for the text?

AMr. Moms in the Wild

BAnimals Do Have Feelings

CNature Loves Us like Our Dad

DChildbirth in the Animal Kingdom

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                                D

       Time:7:00 A.M. Emily Stupi dives into (跳进) the pool. Cold water hits her, and it'shard to catch her breath. Pulling her arms through the water, Emily begins herfirst of eight laps (圈). She wants to complete the triathlon (铁人三项).

       Emilyshakes with cold as she gets out of the pool. Along with three hundred otherchildren and adults, she heads into the one-mile run, followed by a four-and-a-half-milebike ride.

       Thetriathlon is being held in Glendale, Arizona, and the temperature is freezingon the late-October morning. But seeing her father's warm smile makes Emilyforget about the cold.

       Emilyfeels lucky to have her father here today. Three years ago, doctors discoveredthat he had skin cancer. His treatments made him feel tired and sick, but hebelieved he was going to get better. Emily says, “Courage is something that allpeople have inside, and they use it to make the world a brave and happy place.My dad showed great courage when he got cancer.”

       Emilyasked a lot of questions about her father's illness. Her mom says, “We hada family discussion and gave her all the facts. We talked about what cancer isand how money is raised for aid (援助) and research.”

       Emilymade a promise to herself and to her family that she would compete in thetriathlon to raise money to help cancer patients. She trained hard for threemonths, swimming, running and biking several times a week. She then sent out150 letters asking for donations (捐赠). Her dad matched the money, and Emilygave $7,000 to the American Cancer Society.

       Emilysays she was nervous on the day of the race. “My stomach felt weak, and thewater was cold.” But Emily completed the race and lived up to her promise tohelp fight cancer.

What is Emily doing at 7:00 A.M.?

AShe is competing in a race.

BShe is training for the triathlon.

CShe is swimming as a warm-up.

DShe is teaching children swimming.

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                                D

       Time:7:00 A.M. Emily Stupi dives into (跳进) the pool. Cold water hits her, and it'shard to catch her breath. Pulling her arms through the water, Emily begins herfirst of eight laps (圈). She wants to complete the triathlon (铁人三项).

       Emilyshakes with cold as she gets out of the pool. Along with three hundred otherchildren and adults, she heads into the one-mile run, followed by a four-and-a-half-milebike ride.

       Thetriathlon is being held in Glendale, Arizona, and the temperature is freezingon the late-October morning. But seeing her father's warm smile makes Emilyforget about the cold.

       Emilyfeels lucky to have her father here today. Three years ago, doctors discoveredthat he had skin cancer. His treatments made him feel tired and sick, but hebelieved he was going to get better. Emily says, “Courage is something that allpeople have inside, and they use it to make the world a brave and happy place.My dad showed great courage when he got cancer.”

       Emilyasked a lot of questions about her father's illness. Her mom says, “We hada family discussion and gave her all the facts. We talked about what cancer isand how money is raised for aid (援助) and research.”

       Emilymade a promise to herself and to her family that she would compete in thetriathlon to raise money to help cancer patients. She trained hard for threemonths, swimming, running and biking several times a week. She then sent out150 letters asking for donations (捐赠). Her dad matched the money, and Emilygave $7,000 to the American Cancer Society.

       Emilysays she was nervous on the day of the race. “My stomach felt weak, and thewater was cold.” But Emily completed the race and lived up to her promise tohelp fight cancer.

When Emily's father had cancer, he _____.

Afelt lonely and hopeless

Brefused to receive treatment

Chid his illness from his family

Dfought against the disease bravely

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                                D

       Time:7:00 A.M. Emily Stupi dives into (跳进) the pool. Cold water hits her, and it'shard to catch her breath. Pulling her arms through the water, Emily begins herfirst of eight laps (圈). She wants to complete the triathlon (铁人三项).

       Emilyshakes with cold as she gets out of the pool. Along with three hundred otherchildren and adults, she heads into the one-mile run, followed by a four-and-a-half-milebike ride.

       Thetriathlon is being held in Glendale, Arizona, and the temperature is freezingon the late-October morning. But seeing her father's warm smile makes Emilyforget about the cold.

       Emilyfeels lucky to have her father here today. Three years ago, doctors discoveredthat he had skin cancer. His treatments made him feel tired and sick, but hebelieved he was going to get better. Emily says, “Courage is something that allpeople have inside, and they use it to make the world a brave and happy place.My dad showed great courage when he got cancer.”

       Emilyasked a lot of questions about her father's illness. Her mom says, “We hada family discussion and gave her all the facts. We talked about what cancer isand how money is raised for aid (援助) and research.”

       Emilymade a promise to herself and to her family that she would compete in thetriathlon to raise money to help cancer patients. She trained hard for threemonths, swimming, running and biking several times a week. She then sent out150 letters asking for donations (捐赠). Her dad matched the money, and Emilygave $7,000 to the American Cancer Society.

       Emilysays she was nervous on the day of the race. “My stomach felt weak, and thewater was cold.” But Emily completed the race and lived up to her promise tohelp fight cancer.

In order to help cancer patients, Emily _____.

Awrote to the American Cancer Society for help

Bdecided to take part in a sports competition

Ccompleted the triathlon and raised $7,000

Dresearched on cancer for three months

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                                D

       Time:7:00 A.M. Emily Stupi dives into (跳进) the pool. Cold water hits her, and it'shard to catch her breath. Pulling her arms through the water, Emily begins herfirst of eight laps (圈). She wants to complete the triathlon (铁人三项).

       Emilyshakes with cold as she gets out of the pool. Along with three hundred otherchildren and adults, she heads into the one-mile run, followed by a four-and-a-half-milebike ride.

       Thetriathlon is being held in Glendale, Arizona, and the temperature is freezingon the late-October morning. But seeing her father's warm smile makes Emilyforget about the cold.

       Emilyfeels lucky to have her father here today. Three years ago, doctors discoveredthat he had skin cancer. His treatments made him feel tired and sick, but hebelieved he was going to get better. Emily says, “Courage is something that allpeople have inside, and they use it to make the world a brave and happy place.My dad showed great courage when he got cancer.”

       Emilyasked a lot of questions about her father's illness. Her mom says, “We hada family discussion and gave her all the facts. We talked about what cancer isand how money is raised for aid (援助) and research.”

       Emilymade a promise to herself and to her family that she would compete in thetriathlon to raise money to help cancer patients. She trained hard for threemonths, swimming, running and biking several times a week. She then sent out150 letters asking for donations (捐赠). Her dad matched the money, and Emilygave $7,000 to the American Cancer Society.

       Emilysays she was nervous on the day of the race. “My stomach felt weak, and thewater was cold.” But Emily completed the race and lived up to her promise tohelp fight cancer.

What words can best describe Emily?

ACareful and generous.

BFriendly and humorous.

CEasy-going and hard-working.

DKind-hearted and strong-willed.

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第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)

    根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

                          Celebrate!

Piñatas

       InMexico, children often get piñatas on their birthday. Their parents putchocolates and other sweets inside the piñata and hang it on a tree. Then thechildren hit the piñata with a stick.  36

Noodles

       InChina, people often celebrate birthdays by eating with family or friends, andthe last dish of the meal is always noodles. The noodles are long andthin.  37  You can't cut them. In Chinese culture,long noodles mean you will have a long life.

Business birthdays

       Abusiness birthday shows that a company is successful. Many businesses in theUSA celebrate important birthdays, like 10, 50 or 150 years.  38 

    Sometimes they make TV advertisements. It isa good chance to advertise the business.

Name days

       As wellas a birthday, many people in Southern Europe also celebrate their nameday.  39 

    People have big parties and open their housesto anybody who wants to come. People bring small gifts, often flowers or a boxof sweets.

Islamic New Year

    InMuslim countries across the world, people celebrate Eid. Eid means festival or celebration.During Eid, people visit family and friends, as well as people who are sick orin hospital.  40  Children receive toys, too.Children often wear special traditional clothes during the Eid celebrations.

    A. You have to eat them in one piece.

    B. They go out for a meal to celebrate.

    C. Companies hold parties and send cards.

    D. They give presents, such as sweets andfood.

    E. It breaks and the sweets fall out on tothe ground.

    F. This is one of the two important festivalsin this country.

    G.In Greece, name days are more important than birthdays.

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第一节  完型填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

    阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

    Haveyou ever heard of an old saying? Intelligence is a born ability while goodnessis a choice. Gifts are easy—they’re   41   after all. Choices can be hard.

    Igot the idea to start Amazon 16 years ago. I   42   the fact that the Internet usage was growingat 2,300 percent per year. I’d never seen or heard of anything that grew thatfast, and the   43   ofbuilding an online bookstore with millions of titles was very   44   to me. I told my wife MacKenzie that I wantedto   45   myjob and go to do this 46 thing that probably wouldn’t work   47   most startups don’t and I wasn’t sure what to   48  .MacKenzie told me I should   49   it.

    Iwas working at a financial firm in New York City and I had a brilliant boss. Iwent to my   50   and told him I wanted to start a companyselling   51   onthe Internet. He   52   mefor a long walk in Central Park, listened   53   to me, and finally said, “That sounds like a reallygood idea, but it would be an even better idea for someone who didn’t   54   have a good job.” That logic made some   55   to me, and he   56   me to think about it for 48 hours beforemaking a final decision. Seen in that light, it really was a difficult choice,  57   finally, I decided I had to give it a   58  .

    Aftermuch consideration, I took the less   59   path to follow my passion, and I’m   60   of that choice. For all of us, in the end, weare our choice.

41. 

    A. appreciated                

    B. chosen                       

    C. given                          

    D.bought

42. 

    A. came across               

    B. made up                     

    C. turned into                 

    D.dreamed of

43. 

    A. decision                     

    B. plan                            

    C. project                        

    D. idea

44. 

    A. frightening            

    B. exciting                      

    C. disappointing             

    D. practical

45. 

    A. change                  

    B. improve                     

    C. quit                       

    D. increase

46. 

    A. crazy                    

    B. grateful                 

    C. intelligent                   

    D. flexible

47. 

    A. while                    

    B. since                           

    C. although                     

    D. therefore

48. 

    A. find                      

    B. say                        

    C. offer                           

    D. expect

49. 

    A. stick to                 

    B. knock on                    

    C. go for                         

    D. believe in

50. 

    A. friend                   

    B.boss                           

    C.colleague                    

    D. office

51. 

    A. keys                     

    B. hobbies                      

    C. books                         

    D. ideas

52. 

    A. asked                    

    B. advised                 

    C. took                           

    D. begged

53. 

    A. cautiously            

    B. impatiently                      

    C. generously                  

    D. carefully

54. 

    A. instead                 

    B. still                       

    C. otherwise                    

    D. already

55. 

    A. effect                    

    B. sense                          

    C. progress                     

    D. power

56. 

    A.forced                  

    B. required                      

    C. reminded                    

    D. convinced

57. 

    A. and                 

    B. then                            

    C. but                        

    D.next

58. 

    A. shot                      

    B. hope                            

    C. thought                      

    D. sense

59. 

    A. painful                 

    B. safe                       

    C. profitable                   

    D.attractive

60.

    A. fond                     

    B. aware                         

    C. shamed                 

    D. proud

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第二节(共10小题;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(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

    A boy quarreled with his parents and ___61___ (run) away from home. He had a hard life without any contact with his family for ___62___ (year). Later he wanted to go home but he was afraid that his parents might not welcome him.

    Finally he decided to write a letter to his father _63___ (express) his desire to return home and begging his pardon. In his letter he asked his father to tie a white ribbon on the tree near his house by the side of the railway lines if he was ready ___64___ (welcome) him back home.___65___ he did not see the ribbon on the tree, he would think that his family did not welcome him and then he would leave home forever.

    He boarded the train and waited very __66___ (nervous) as the train was about to pass by his home. To his great surprise, the tree ___67___ (decorate) with hundreds of white ribbons,___68___ danced in the wind. His family did not want him to miss ___69___ sight of the ribbon and the welcome signal, so they covered the whole tree with ribbons to show their whole-hearted ___70___ (happy) and willingness to welcome him back.

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第一节  短文改错(共10小题,每小题1分,满分10分)

    假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

    增加:在缺词处加一个漏子符号(∧)并在其下面写出该加的词。

    删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。

    修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。

注意:1每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;

        2只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

Dear Amy,

        How are you?Today I've got a wonderful news to tell you.I have offered a scholarship at a university in Australia for my further education.Hundred of students took exams for it,but only a few was chosen and I was one of them.Therefore,my parents are not happy about it.They are strong against me going there.They say it is too far away that they will not see me for a whole year and they are afraid what I will feel lonely.They can't imagine a girl so young live alone.They advise me to study in Chengdu instead.Then I'll be able to continue living with them.How can I persuade them to accept the fact that I had grown up?

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第二节 书面表达(满分25分)

    假设你是遂宁某中学高三学生,你校正开展读书月活动,请你就读书的好处写一篇倡议书,号召同学积极阅读,内容包括:

    1阅读开阔视野、开启智慧;

    2阅读能帮助提升个人魅力;

    3阅读能培养知识和技能。

注意:1词数:100词左右;

          2可适当增加细节,使行文连贯。

Hello,everyone,

        As we all know, books are the lamps lighting the road ahead.                                                                            

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