• 英语 2018年高三天津市第二次模拟试题
单选题 本大题共35小题,每小题1分,共35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:单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

— It’s 8:00 o’clock. __________ or we won’t catch the bus.

—OK. I’m coming.

AHang on a minute

BGet a move on

CGet a kick

DKeep cool

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Before you quit your job, ________ how your family would feel about your decision.

Aconsider

Bconsidering

Cto consider

Dconsidered

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I will share a story with you this class, ________ music can touch one’s soul and change one’s life.

Athe one that

Bthe one where

Cone where

Done what

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Jenny required that Mr. Smith _________ a good way to have her written English _______.

Aoffered; improved

Boffers; being improved

Coffer; to improve

Doffer; improved

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You ________ your homework yesterday, but you ________ too much time on the computer.

Acould have done; spent

Bcould have done; had spent

Cshould have done; would spent

Dmight have done; spent

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We thought of selling this old furniture, but we’ve decided to ________ it. It might be valuable.

Ahold on to

Bhold up

Chold back

Dhold on

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The only way they can ________ political change is by putting pressure on the country.

Abring out

Bbring up

Cbring about

Dbring down

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________ his eagerness to see his father who was seriously ill, he ________ from his company early in the morning.

AIn terms of ; set up

BOn account of; set off

CIn addition to; set about

DIn response to; set down

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I wonder if John has forgotten my number. I ________ him to call for the past two hours.

Ahave been expecting

Bhave expected

Chave been expected

Dexpected

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The arrival of Europeans in America meant there was an immediate need for people to work on the plantation, ________ the beginning of the slave trade.

Ato mark

Bhaving marked

Cmarked

Dmarking

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—Why not have a meeting to discuss about it?

— ___________.

AIt’s hard to answer

BB. I don’t know

CThat sounds fine to me

DBecause we have no time left

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________ much advice I gave him, he did exactly what he wanted to do.

AWhatever

BHowever

CWhenever

DWherever

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________ full use you have made of your time to study, there is still room for improvement.

AWhatever

BHowever

CWhenever

DWherever

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Playing football ________ so much of the boy’s spare time that he even found there was not enough time to ________ for his lost lessons.

Amade up; take up

Bheld up; ended up

Ctook up; make up

Dended up; held up

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He was ________ by the traffic, so he ________ apologizing to his friend.

Amade up; take up

Bheld up; ended up

Ctook up; make up

Dended up; held up

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第二部分:阅读理解(每题2.5分;共50分)

    阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

                                A

    Wantto improve your writing skills? New Writing South is directing the way!

    Towner WriterSquad (班组)for kids aged 13-17

    Ledby comedy and TV writer, Marian Kilpatrick, Towner Writer Squad will meet oncea month at the contemporary art museum for 11 months, starting on 12 October,2017.

    TheFREE squad sessions will include introductions to a wide range of writingstyles, from poetry to play writing and lyrics (抒情诗)to flash fiction,to support the development of young writers.

    Application &Selection

    Ifyou would like to apply to be part of the Towner Writer Squad, please send asample piece of your writing (about 500 words), responding to the title‘LUNCH,’ with your name, age, address and e-mail address to:debo@newwritingsouth.com.

    Onceall applications are in, you will be invited to an open selection event on 17September,4-5pm, at the gallery of Towner. Thiswill be an informal opportunity to meet the Squad Leader, Squad Associate andother young people.

    Youwill also have a chance to get to know the fantastic gallery space and get ataste of what’s to come.

    Deadline forapplications: 8 September, 2017

    Forfurther information go to: facebook.com/tower or towner.org.uk ornewwritingsouth.com

    Anyquestions—feel free to send your e-mail to Towner Writer Squad Associate:wharne @ tower.gov.uk

    Beginner WritingProject for kids aged 12-13

    Dueto popular demand, a writing project will be started for eager beginners.

    Start time: 6September, 2017

    Meetevery other Saturday, 2-4pm, at the Towner Study Centre.

    Study and write atyour own pace—you do not have to rush—as you have a year to go through theproject. Practise under the guidance of some experienced writers and teacherswho can help you with basic writing skills. Most importantly, build confidenceand have fun while writing!

    No previousexperience or special background is required. Many others have been successfulthis way. If they can do it, why can’t you?

    Fee: £179

    Formore information go to: newtowner.org.uk or generate.org.uk

Towner Writer Squad will be started _______.

Ato train comedy and TV writers

Bto explore the fantastic gallery space

Cto introduce a contemporary art museum

Dto promote the development of young writers

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                                A

    Wantto improve your writing skills? New Writing South is directing the way!

    Towner WriterSquad (班组)for kids aged 13-17

    Ledby comedy and TV writer, Marian Kilpatrick, Towner Writer Squad will meet oncea month at the contemporary art museum for 11 months, starting on 12 October,2017.

    TheFREE squad sessions will include introductions to a wide range of writingstyles, from poetry to play writing and lyrics (抒情诗)to flash fiction,to support the development of young writers.

    Application &Selection

    Ifyou would like to apply to be part of the Towner Writer Squad, please send asample piece of your writing (about 500 words), responding to the title‘LUNCH,’ with your name, age, address and e-mail address to:debo@newwritingsouth.com.

    Onceall applications are in, you will be invited to an open selection event on 17September,4-5pm, at the gallery of Towner. Thiswill be an informal opportunity to meet the Squad Leader, Squad Associate andother young people.

    Youwill also have a chance to get to know the fantastic gallery space and get ataste of what’s to come.

    Deadline forapplications: 8 September, 2017

    Forfurther information go to: facebook.com/tower or towner.org.uk ornewwritingsouth.com

    Anyquestions—feel free to send your e-mail to Towner Writer Squad Associate:wharne @ tower.gov.uk

    Beginner WritingProject for kids aged 12-13

    Dueto popular demand, a writing project will be started for eager beginners.

    Start time: 6September, 2017

    Meetevery other Saturday, 2-4pm, at the Towner Study Centre.

    Study and write atyour own pace—you do not have to rush—as you have a year to go through theproject. Practise under the guidance of some experienced writers and teacherswho can help you with basic writing skills. Most importantly, build confidenceand have fun while writing!

    No previousexperience or special background is required. Many others have been successfulthis way. If they can do it, why can’t you?

    Fee: £179

    Formore information go to: newtowner.org.uk or generate.org.uk

To join the Writer Squad, each applicant should first _______.

Aprovide a piece of their writing

Bmeet the Writer Squad Leader

Coffer their family information

Dcomplete an application form

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                                A

    Wantto improve your writing skills? New Writing South is directing the way!

    Towner WriterSquad (班组)for kids aged 13-17

    Ledby comedy and TV writer, Marian Kilpatrick, Towner Writer Squad will meet oncea month at the contemporary art museum for 11 months, starting on 12 October,2017.

    TheFREE squad sessions will include introductions to a wide range of writingstyles, from poetry to play writing and lyrics (抒情诗)to flash fiction,to support the development of young writers.

    Application &Selection

    Ifyou would like to apply to be part of the Towner Writer Squad, please send asample piece of your writing (about 500 words), responding to the title‘LUNCH,’ with your name, age, address and e-mail address to:debo@newwritingsouth.com.

    Onceall applications are in, you will be invited to an open selection event on 17September,4-5pm, at the gallery of Towner. Thiswill be an informal opportunity to meet the Squad Leader, Squad Associate andother young people.

    Youwill also have a chance to get to know the fantastic gallery space and get ataste of what’s to come.

    Deadline forapplications: 8 September, 2017

    Forfurther information go to: facebook.com/tower or towner.org.uk ornewwritingsouth.com

    Anyquestions—feel free to send your e-mail to Towner Writer Squad Associate:wharne @ tower.gov.uk

    Beginner WritingProject for kids aged 12-13

    Dueto popular demand, a writing project will be started for eager beginners.

    Start time: 6September, 2017

    Meetevery other Saturday, 2-4pm, at the Towner Study Centre.

    Study and write atyour own pace—you do not have to rush—as you have a year to go through theproject. Practise under the guidance of some experienced writers and teacherswho can help you with basic writing skills. Most importantly, build confidenceand have fun while writing!

    No previousexperience or special background is required. Many others have been successfulthis way. If they can do it, why can’t you?

    Fee: £179

    Formore information go to: newtowner.org.uk or generate.org.uk

Applications for the Writer Squad should be e-mailed no later than _______.

A6 September, 2017

B8 September, 2017

C17 September, 2017

D12 October, 2017

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                                A

    Wantto improve your writing skills? New Writing South is directing the way!

    Towner WriterSquad (班组)for kids aged 13-17

    Ledby comedy and TV writer, Marian Kilpatrick, Towner Writer Squad will meet oncea month at the contemporary art museum for 11 months, starting on 12 October,2017.

    TheFREE squad sessions will include introductions to a wide range of writingstyles, from poetry to play writing and lyrics (抒情诗)to flash fiction,to support the development of young writers.

    Application &Selection

    Ifyou would like to apply to be part of the Towner Writer Squad, please send asample piece of your writing (about 500 words), responding to the title‘LUNCH,’ with your name, age, address and e-mail address to:debo@newwritingsouth.com.

    Onceall applications are in, you will be invited to an open selection event on 17September,4-5pm, at the gallery of Towner. Thiswill be an informal opportunity to meet the Squad Leader, Squad Associate andother young people.

    Youwill also have a chance to get to know the fantastic gallery space and get ataste of what’s to come.

    Deadline forapplications: 8 September, 2017

    Forfurther information go to: facebook.com/tower or towner.org.uk ornewwritingsouth.com

    Anyquestions—feel free to send your e-mail to Towner Writer Squad Associate:wharne @ tower.gov.uk

    Beginner WritingProject for kids aged 12-13

    Dueto popular demand, a writing project will be started for eager beginners.

    Start time: 6September, 2017

    Meetevery other Saturday, 2-4pm, at the Towner Study Centre.

    Study and write atyour own pace—you do not have to rush—as you have a year to go through theproject. Practise under the guidance of some experienced writers and teacherswho can help you with basic writing skills. Most importantly, build confidenceand have fun while writing!

    No previousexperience or special background is required. Many others have been successfulthis way. If they can do it, why can’t you?

    Fee: £179

    Formore information go to: newtowner.org.uk or generate.org.uk

What is most important for the beginners?

APracticing as much as possible.

BGaining confidence and having fun.

CStudying and writing at their own pace.

DLearning skills from writers and teachers.

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                                A

    Wantto improve your writing skills? New Writing South is directing the way!

    Towner WriterSquad (班组)for kids aged 13-17

    Ledby comedy and TV writer, Marian Kilpatrick, Towner Writer Squad will meet oncea month at the contemporary art museum for 11 months, starting on 12 October,2017.

    TheFREE squad sessions will include introductions to a wide range of writingstyles, from poetry to play writing and lyrics (抒情诗)to flash fiction,to support the development of young writers.

    Application &Selection

    Ifyou would like to apply to be part of the Towner Writer Squad, please send asample piece of your writing (about 500 words), responding to the title‘LUNCH,’ with your name, age, address and e-mail address to:debo@newwritingsouth.com.

    Onceall applications are in, you will be invited to an open selection event on 17September,4-5pm, at the gallery of Towner. Thiswill be an informal opportunity to meet the Squad Leader, Squad Associate andother young people.

    Youwill also have a chance to get to know the fantastic gallery space and get ataste of what’s to come.

    Deadline forapplications: 8 September, 2017

    Forfurther information go to: facebook.com/tower or towner.org.uk ornewwritingsouth.com

    Anyquestions—feel free to send your e-mail to Towner Writer Squad Associate:wharne @ tower.gov.uk

    Beginner WritingProject for kids aged 12-13

    Dueto popular demand, a writing project will be started for eager beginners.

    Start time: 6September, 2017

    Meetevery other Saturday, 2-4pm, at the Towner Study Centre.

    Study and write atyour own pace—you do not have to rush—as you have a year to go through theproject. Practise under the guidance of some experienced writers and teacherswho can help you with basic writing skills. Most importantly, build confidenceand have fun while writing!

    No previousexperience or special background is required. Many others have been successfulthis way. If they can do it, why can’t you?

    Fee: £179

    Formore information go to: newtowner.org.uk or generate.org.uk

The passage is intended for_______.

Awriters

Buniversity students

Cteenagers

Dparents

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                                B.

    Fewof us haven’t read Cinderella, the story of a young woman living in poverty whomeets the prince of her dreams. Some might not want to admit it, but there is ahidden Cinderella in everyone’s heart. We all wish we could achieve recognitionor success after a period of obscurity(默默无闻).

    MarySantiago has that secret dream, too. Her story is featured in Another Cinderella Story, a film set in a UShigh school.

    Maryis shy but loves to dance. Compared with other girls, she is invisible.However, her world changes completely when a famous teenager pop singer, JoeyParker, appears.

    Joeyis everything—kind, handsome and desirable, while the rest of the boys in herclass are not. Mary and Joey’s paths cross at a ball. They meet and fall inlove with each other. But when Mary has to rush back home, she leaves behindher MP3 player, which becomes the only clue Joey has to find the girl of hisdreams. Of course, there is a wicked stepmother, who turns out to be DominiqueBlatt and she takes in Mary after her dancer mother dies. Dominique treats Marylike a maid and does everything she can to make sure Mary doesn’t get into thetop dance school. Her two daughters are equally determined to stop Joey fallingfor Mary, even if that means embarrassing them.

    Thestory, though it mostly follows Cinderella,does add a few modern day twists to the classic fairy tale. Refreshingly, thefilm, unlike many high school films, does not focus on looks, although theactors are all beautiful. There is also a lot less materialism in Another Cinderella Story than in manysimilar movies.

    “Themovie takes the Cinderella fairy tale as its starting point,” writes moviecritic Amber Wilkinson. “Yet the focus is firmly on following your dream.”

The first paragraph is mainly to _______.

Ainform us of the importance to marry a prince

Bremind us why Cinderella is popular all the years

Cbuild interest and lead us to Mary’s secret dream

Dtell us how interesting the fairy tale Cinderella is

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                                B.

    Fewof us haven’t read Cinderella, the story of a young woman living in poverty whomeets the prince of her dreams. Some might not want to admit it, but there is ahidden Cinderella in everyone’s heart. We all wish we could achieve recognitionor success after a period of obscurity(默默无闻).

    MarySantiago has that secret dream, too. Her story is featured in Another Cinderella Story, a film set in a UShigh school.

    Maryis shy but loves to dance. Compared with other girls, she is invisible.However, her world changes completely when a famous teenager pop singer, JoeyParker, appears.

    Joeyis everything—kind, handsome and desirable, while the rest of the boys in herclass are not. Mary and Joey’s paths cross at a ball. They meet and fall inlove with each other. But when Mary has to rush back home, she leaves behindher MP3 player, which becomes the only clue Joey has to find the girl of hisdreams. Of course, there is a wicked stepmother, who turns out to be DominiqueBlatt and she takes in Mary after her dancer mother dies. Dominique treats Marylike a maid and does everything she can to make sure Mary doesn’t get into thetop dance school. Her two daughters are equally determined to stop Joey fallingfor Mary, even if that means embarrassing them.

    Thestory, though it mostly follows Cinderella,does add a few modern day twists to the classic fairy tale. Refreshingly, thefilm, unlike many high school films, does not focus on looks, although theactors are all beautiful. There is also a lot less materialism in Another Cinderella Story than in manysimilar movies.

    “Themovie takes the Cinderella fairy tale as its starting point,” writes moviecritic Amber Wilkinson. “Yet the focus is firmly on following your dream.”

In the movie, Mary Santiago is the main character who _______.

Ais brave in expressing her love

Bis badly treated by the stepmother

Chas a dream of meeting a prince

Dis embarrassed by the pop singer

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                                B.

    Fewof us haven’t read Cinderella, the story of a young woman living in poverty whomeets the prince of her dreams. Some might not want to admit it, but there is ahidden Cinderella in everyone’s heart. We all wish we could achieve recognitionor success after a period of obscurity(默默无闻).

    MarySantiago has that secret dream, too. Her story is featured in Another Cinderella Story, a film set in a UShigh school.

    Maryis shy but loves to dance. Compared with other girls, she is invisible.However, her world changes completely when a famous teenager pop singer, JoeyParker, appears.

    Joeyis everything—kind, handsome and desirable, while the rest of the boys in herclass are not. Mary and Joey’s paths cross at a ball. They meet and fall inlove with each other. But when Mary has to rush back home, she leaves behindher MP3 player, which becomes the only clue Joey has to find the girl of hisdreams. Of course, there is a wicked stepmother, who turns out to be DominiqueBlatt and she takes in Mary after her dancer mother dies. Dominique treats Marylike a maid and does everything she can to make sure Mary doesn’t get into thetop dance school. Her two daughters are equally determined to stop Joey fallingfor Mary, even if that means embarrassing them.

    Thestory, though it mostly follows Cinderella,does add a few modern day twists to the classic fairy tale. Refreshingly, thefilm, unlike many high school films, does not focus on looks, although theactors are all beautiful. There is also a lot less materialism in Another Cinderella Story than in manysimilar movies.

    “Themovie takes the Cinderella fairy tale as its starting point,” writes moviecritic Amber Wilkinson. “Yet the focus is firmly on following your dream.”

What can we infer from the passage?

AJoey is just like other boys in Mary’s class.

BThe MP3 player helps Joey in finding Mary.

CNot many people have a dream to be realized.

DMary’s mother influences her a lot in singing.

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                                B.

    Fewof us haven’t read Cinderella, the story of a young woman living in poverty whomeets the prince of her dreams. Some might not want to admit it, but there is ahidden Cinderella in everyone’s heart. We all wish we could achieve recognitionor success after a period of obscurity(默默无闻).

    MarySantiago has that secret dream, too. Her story is featured in Another Cinderella Story, a film set in a UShigh school.

    Maryis shy but loves to dance. Compared with other girls, she is invisible.However, her world changes completely when a famous teenager pop singer, JoeyParker, appears.

    Joeyis everything—kind, handsome and desirable, while the rest of the boys in herclass are not. Mary and Joey’s paths cross at a ball. They meet and fall inlove with each other. But when Mary has to rush back home, she leaves behindher MP3 player, which becomes the only clue Joey has to find the girl of hisdreams. Of course, there is a wicked stepmother, who turns out to be DominiqueBlatt and she takes in Mary after her dancer mother dies. Dominique treats Marylike a maid and does everything she can to make sure Mary doesn’t get into thetop dance school. Her two daughters are equally determined to stop Joey fallingfor Mary, even if that means embarrassing them.

    Thestory, though it mostly follows Cinderella,does add a few modern day twists to the classic fairy tale. Refreshingly, thefilm, unlike many high school films, does not focus on looks, although theactors are all beautiful. There is also a lot less materialism in Another Cinderella Story than in manysimilar movies.

    “Themovie takes the Cinderella fairy tale as its starting point,” writes moviecritic Amber Wilkinson. “Yet the focus is firmly on following your dream.”

What does movie critic Amber Wilkinson mean by his words about Another Cinderella Story?

AThe movie is exactly another copy of the Cinderella fairy tale.

BThe movie is as good as the story Cinderella.

CThe movie and Cinderella both focus on following your dream.

DThe movie is based on the story Cinderella while a little different from it.

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                                B.

    Fewof us haven’t read Cinderella, the story of a young woman living in poverty whomeets the prince of her dreams. Some might not want to admit it, but there is ahidden Cinderella in everyone’s heart. We all wish we could achieve recognitionor success after a period of obscurity(默默无闻).

    MarySantiago has that secret dream, too. Her story is featured in Another Cinderella Story, a film set in a UShigh school.

    Maryis shy but loves to dance. Compared with other girls, she is invisible.However, her world changes completely when a famous teenager pop singer, JoeyParker, appears.

    Joeyis everything—kind, handsome and desirable, while the rest of the boys in herclass are not. Mary and Joey’s paths cross at a ball. They meet and fall inlove with each other. But when Mary has to rush back home, she leaves behindher MP3 player, which becomes the only clue Joey has to find the girl of hisdreams. Of course, there is a wicked stepmother, who turns out to be DominiqueBlatt and she takes in Mary after her dancer mother dies. Dominique treats Marylike a maid and does everything she can to make sure Mary doesn’t get into thetop dance school. Her two daughters are equally determined to stop Joey fallingfor Mary, even if that means embarrassing them.

    Thestory, though it mostly follows Cinderella,does add a few modern day twists to the classic fairy tale. Refreshingly, thefilm, unlike many high school films, does not focus on looks, although theactors are all beautiful. There is also a lot less materialism in Another Cinderella Story than in manysimilar movies.

    “Themovie takes the Cinderella fairy tale as its starting point,” writes moviecritic Amber Wilkinson. “Yet the focus is firmly on following your dream.”

This passage is mainly about _______.

Aan introduction to Mary Santiago

Ba review about a film

Can essay about dreams

Dan advertisement of Cinderella

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                                C.

    Ina world today of immense technology, population growth and economic flourish,planning for future residential (适合居住的) and commercialdevelopments needs careful analysis with well thought through assumptions abouteffects on the environment and the people of the community.

    Oneexample of a growing city is Wooster, Ohio, my place of residency. Wooster inthe last five years has grown considerably in population, leading to a growthin commercial business. Surrounded by farmland, Wooster’s planning commissionchose to extend the community into these farm areas in the form of residentialand commercial areas.

    Picturethis—corn fields, old trees, clean air, country roads, and wildlife are allpart of the area. Within four years, the people living on this farm stepoutside on their front porch to view an extensive shopping center containingWal-Mart, McDonald’s, Wendy’s, TCBY, and a Cinemark movie theatre. The oncequiet road is now a city street with traffic lights, busy with automobiles dayand night. The air smells of car exhaust and fast food.

    Somedestruction of farmland is unavoidable when a city expands. Instead ofexpanding outward, planning commissions should consider interior(内部的)remodeling of a city. Tearing down unusable buildings could remodel manyareas inside the city. In addition, commercialized buildings could extendupwards to avoid unnecessary use of land.

    Environmentally,commercial expansion is harmful to the land. Besides forms of pollution,wildlife, including both plants and animals, is put at risk. A planningcommission could have realized the benefits of environmental protection. Whynot preserve the beauty and naturalness of the land while at the same timeallowing for growth?

    Witha steady growth of population and the need for more homes and more workplaces,many problems arise when planning for the future. The hillsides, fields andanimal habitats need to be preserved while expanding cities. In the future, aworld covered with concrete and asphalt(沥青)could becomereality. Serious research and analysis are needed when planning for the futureof our home communities and for the entire globe to avoid such a miserableresult.

It can be inferred from the passage that _______.

Ait is unavoidable to destroy farmland when a city grows

BWooster used to be a quiet and peaceful city surrounded by farmland

Cwith many nationwide shopping centers, Wooster lost its uniqueness

Dcommercial expansion has done no harm to Wooster

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                                C.

    Ina world today of immense technology, population growth and economic flourish,planning for future residential (适合居住的) and commercialdevelopments needs careful analysis with well thought through assumptions abouteffects on the environment and the people of the community.

    Oneexample of a growing city is Wooster, Ohio, my place of residency. Wooster inthe last five years has grown considerably in population, leading to a growthin commercial business. Surrounded by farmland, Wooster’s planning commissionchose to extend the community into these farm areas in the form of residentialand commercial areas.

    Picturethis—corn fields, old trees, clean air, country roads, and wildlife are allpart of the area. Within four years, the people living on this farm stepoutside on their front porch to view an extensive shopping center containingWal-Mart, McDonald’s, Wendy’s, TCBY, and a Cinemark movie theatre. The oncequiet road is now a city street with traffic lights, busy with automobiles dayand night. The air smells of car exhaust and fast food.

    Somedestruction of farmland is unavoidable when a city expands. Instead ofexpanding outward, planning commissions should consider interior(内部的)remodeling of a city. Tearing down unusable buildings could remodel manyareas inside the city. In addition, commercialized buildings could extendupwards to avoid unnecessary use of land.

    Environmentally,commercial expansion is harmful to the land. Besides forms of pollution,wildlife, including both plants and animals, is put at risk. A planning commission could have realized the benefits of environmental protection. Whynot preserve the beauty and naturalness of the land while at the same timeallowing for growth?

    Witha steady growth of population and the need for more homes and more workplaces,many problems arise when planning for the future. The hillsides, fields andanimal habitats need to be preserved while expanding cities. In the future, aworld covered with concrete and asphalt(沥青)could becomereality. Serious research and analysis are needed when planning for the futureof our home communities and for the entire globe to avoid such a miserable result.

It can be concluded from the passage that the author thinks Wooster’s planning commission  _______.

Ahas tried its best to protect the environment

Bpreserves the hillsides and fields

Cshould have avoided such a tragedy

Dis the cause of environmental pollution

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                                C.

    Ina world today of immense technology, population growth and economic flourish,planning for future residential (适合居住的) and commercialdevelopments needs careful analysis with well thought through assumptions abouteffects on the environment and the people of the community.

    Oneexample of a growing city is Wooster, Ohio, my place of residency. Wooster inthe last five years has grown considerably in population, leading to a growthin commercial business. Surrounded by farmland, Wooster’s planning commissionchose to extend the community into these farm areas in the form of residentialand commercial areas.

    Picturethis—corn fields, old trees, clean air, country roads, and wildlife are allpart of the area. Within four years, the people living on this farm stepoutside on their front porch to view an extensive shopping center containingWal-Mart, McDonald’s, Wendy’s, TCBY, and a Cinemark movie theatre. The oncequiet road is now a city street with traffic lights, busy with automobiles dayand night. The air smells of car exhaust and fast food.

    Somedestruction of farmland is unavoidable when a city expands. Instead ofexpanding outward, planning commissions should consider interior(内部的)remodeling of a city. Tearing down unusable buildings could remodel manyareas inside the city. In addition, commercialized buildings could extendupwards to avoid unnecessary use of land.

    Environmentally,commercial expansion is harmful to the land. Besides forms of pollution,wildlife, including both plants and animals, is put at risk. A planning commission could have realized the benefits of environmental protection. Whynot preserve the beauty and naturalness of the land while at the same timeallowing for growth?

    Witha steady growth of population and the need for more homes and more workplaces,many problems arise when planning for the future. The hillsides, fields andanimal habitats need to be preserved while expanding cities. In the future, aworld covered with concrete and asphalt(沥青)could becomereality. Serious research and analysis are needed when planning for the futureof our home communities and for the entire globe to avoid such a miserable result.

Which of the following is close in meaning to the underlined word “remodeling” in Para. 4?

Areconstruction

Brecovery

Cdestruction

Ddecoration

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                                C.

    Ina world today of immense technology, population growth and economic flourish,planning for future residential (适合居住的) and commercialdevelopments needs careful analysis with well thought through assumptions abouteffects on the environment and the people of the community.

    Oneexample of a growing city is Wooster, Ohio, my place of residency. Wooster inthe last five years has grown considerably in population, leading to a growthin commercial business. Surrounded by farmland, Wooster’s planning commissionchose to extend the community into these farm areas in the form of residentialand commercial areas.

    Picturethis—corn fields, old trees, clean air, country roads, and wildlife are allpart of the area. Within four years, the people living on this farm stepoutside on their front porch to view an extensive shopping center containingWal-Mart, McDonald’s, Wendy’s, TCBY, and a Cinemark movie theatre. The oncequiet road is now a city street with traffic lights, busy with automobiles dayand night. The air smells of car exhaust and fast food.

    Somedestruction of farmland is unavoidable when a city expands. Instead ofexpanding outward, planning commissions should consider interior(内部的)remodeling of a city. Tearing down unusable buildings could remodel manyareas inside the city. In addition, commercialized buildings could extendupwards to avoid unnecessary use of land.

    Environmentally,commercial expansion is harmful to the land. Besides forms of pollution,wildlife, including both plants and animals, is put at risk. A planning commission could have realized the benefits of environmental protection. Whynot preserve the beauty and naturalness of the land while at the same timeallowing for growth?

    Witha steady growth of population and the need for more homes and more workplaces,many problems arise when planning for the future. The hillsides, fields andanimal habitats need to be preserved while expanding cities. In the future, aworld covered with concrete and asphalt(沥青)could becomereality. Serious research and analysis are needed when planning for the futureof our home communities and for the entire globe to avoid such a miserable result.

Which of the following sentences best expresses the main idea of the passage?

APlanning for future residential and commercial developments has bad effects on the environment and the living things.

BWith a safety growth of population, more homes and more workplaces are needed.

CWith immense technology, population growth and economic prosperity, we need to plan for the future.

DWhen planning for future developments, effects on the environment should be taken into account.

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                                C.

    Ina world today of immense technology, population growth and economic flourish,planning for future residential (适合居住的) and commercialdevelopments needs careful analysis with well thought through assumptions abouteffects on the environment and the people of the community.

    Oneexample of a growing city is Wooster, Ohio, my place of residency. Wooster inthe last five years has grown considerably in population, leading to a growthin commercial business. Surrounded by farmland, Wooster’s planning commissionchose to extend the community into these farm areas in the form of residentialand commercial areas.

    Picturethis—corn fields, old trees, clean air, country roads, and wildlife are allpart of the area. Within four years, the people living on this farm stepoutside on their front porch to view an extensive shopping center containingWal-Mart, McDonald’s, Wendy’s, TCBY, and a Cinemark movie theatre. The oncequiet road is now a city street with traffic lights, busy with automobiles dayand night. The air smells of car exhaust and fast food.

    Somedestruction of farmland is unavoidable when a city expands. Instead ofexpanding outward, planning commissions should consider interior(内部的)remodeling of a city. Tearing down unusable buildings could remodel manyareas inside the city. In addition, commercialized buildings could extendupwards to avoid unnecessary use of land.

    Environmentally,commercial expansion is harmful to the land. Besides forms of pollution,wildlife, including both plants and animals, is put at risk. A planning commission could have realized the benefits of environmental protection. Whynot preserve the beauty and naturalness of the land while at the same timeallowing for growth?

    Witha steady growth of population and the need for more homes and more workplaces,many problems arise when planning for the future. The hillsides, fields andanimal habitats need to be preserved while expanding cities. In the future, aworld covered with concrete and asphalt(沥青)could becomereality. Serious research and analysis are needed when planning for the futureof our home communities and for the entire globe to avoid such a miserable result.

What is the writer’s attitude towards the current planning of cities?

ACritical.

BFavorable.

CObjective.

DDepressed.

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                                D.

    Evenif trees cannot walk, they are still on the move. In parts of the Arctic,entire forests are moving northward. Across the Arctic, temperatures are risingfaster than anywhere else in the world. As that happens, the tree line thatmarks where forests stop and the treeless tundra (冻土地带) starts has beenshifting northward. Trees growing along the tree line must protect themselvesfrom the cold wind. To do this, plants tend to grow horizontal ( 水平的)branches low to the ground. The energy it takes for trees to grow this waymeans they don't have enough energy to make seeds.

    Butas Earth's climate has been warming, trees no longer have to just growhorizontally. Many can instead grow up toward the sky. This takes less energy.And with all that leftover energy, these trees have started producing moreseeds. This happens especially in places where the white spruce( 白云杉)grows.

    Whitespruce, which is a North American tree, is quite able to produce a lot ofseeds, which can move long distances in the wind. When wind-blown seeds end upon the tundra beyond the tree line, they eventually can sprout ( 发芽)new trees. This explains how a forest can move. Of course, the process wouldwork only if tundra were warm enough. But in recent years, the whole planet has been warming.

    Newtrees will provide shelters for some snow, keeping the sun's rays from makingthe white surface disappear. Instead, the trees absorb the sun's heat. Thiswarms the surrounding air. The extra warmth encourages even more trees toproduce seeds. That further boosts a forest's ability to expand. In addition,more trees will trap more snow, preventing much of it from being blown away.Snow can trap heat in the soil below, which encourages trees to grow. Therecent rise of temperature has helped more trees grow. The recent rise of temperature has helped more trees grow past the tree line. People worry aboutimpacts on the animals that depend on frozen conditions for food and shelter.

What is the main cause of the trees in the Arctic moving northward?

AThe shrinking of northern tundra.

BThe rising temperature.

CThe fierce and cold wind.

DThe abundant resources in the north.

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                                D.

    Evenif trees cannot walk, they are still on the move. In parts of the Arctic,entire forests are moving northward. Across the Arctic, temperatures are risingfaster than anywhere else in the world. As that happens, the tree line thatmarks where forests stop and the treeless tundra (冻土地带) starts has beenshifting northward. Trees growing along the tree line must protect themselvesfrom the cold wind. To do this, plants tend to grow horizontal ( 水平的)branches low to the ground. The energy it takes for trees to grow this waymeans they don't have enough energy to make seeds.

    Butas Earth's climate has been warming, trees no longer have to just growhorizontally. Many can instead grow up toward the sky. This takes less energy.And with all that leftover energy, these trees have started producing moreseeds. This happens especially in places where the white spruce( 白云杉)grows.

    Whitespruce, which is a North American tree, is quite able to produce a lot ofseeds, which can move long distances in the wind. When wind-blown seeds end upon the tundra beyond the tree line, they eventually can sprout ( 发芽)new trees. This explains how a forest can move. Of course, the process wouldwork only if tundra were warm enough. But in recent years, the whole planet has been warming.

    Newtrees will provide shelters for some snow, keeping the sun's rays from makingthe white surface disappear. Instead, the trees absorb the sun's heat. Thiswarms the surrounding air. The extra warmth encourages even more trees toproduce seeds. That further boosts a forest's ability to expand. In addition,more trees will trap more snow, preventing much of it from being blown away.Snow can trap heat in the soil below, which encourages trees to grow. Therecent rise of temperature has helped more trees grow. The recent rise of temperature has helped more trees grow past the tree line. People worry aboutimpacts on the animals that depend on frozen conditions for food and shelter.

What does the underlined word "this” in Paragraph 1 mean?

ATo produce more seeds.

BTo move northward.

CTo respond to the climate change.

DTo protect themselves from the cold wind.

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                                D.

    Evenif trees cannot walk, they are still on the move. In parts of the Arctic,entire forests are moving northward. Across the Arctic, temperatures are risingfaster than anywhere else in the world. As that happens, the tree line thatmarks where forests stop and the treeless tundra (冻土地带) starts has beenshifting northward. Trees growing along the tree line must protect themselvesfrom the cold wind. To do this, plants tend to grow horizontal ( 水平的)branches low to the ground. The energy it takes for trees to grow this waymeans they don't have enough energy to make seeds.

    Butas Earth's climate has been warming, trees no longer have to just growhorizontally. Many can instead grow up toward the sky. This takes less energy.And with all that leftover energy, these trees have started producing moreseeds. This happens especially in places where the white spruce( 白云杉)grows.

    Whitespruce, which is a North American tree, is quite able to produce a lot ofseeds, which can move long distances in the wind. When wind-blown seeds end upon the tundra beyond the tree line, they eventually can sprout ( 发芽)new trees. This explains how a forest can move. Of course, the process wouldwork only if tundra were warm enough. But in recent years, the whole planet has been warming.

    Newtrees will provide shelters for some snow, keeping the sun's rays from makingthe white surface disappear. Instead, the trees absorb the sun's heat. Thiswarms the surrounding air. The extra warmth encourages even more trees toproduce seeds. That further boosts a forest's ability to expand. In addition,more trees will trap more snow, preventing much of it from being blown away.Snow can trap heat in the soil below, which encourages trees to grow. Therecent rise of temperature has helped more trees grow. The recent rise of temperature has helped more trees grow past the tree line. People worry aboutimpacts on the animals that depend on frozen conditions for food and shelter.

Why a forest can move according to the passage?

ABecause tundra can move freely along with the wind.

BBecause the whole planet is moving and warm due to the climate change.

CBecause the weeds can move casually and move long distances in the wind.

DBecause the wind-blown seeds stop on the tundra.

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                                D.

    Evenif trees cannot walk, they are still on the move. In parts of the Arctic,entire forests are moving northward. Across the Arctic, temperatures are risingfaster than anywhere else in the world. As that happens, the tree line thatmarks where forests stop and the treeless tundra (冻土地带) starts has beenshifting northward. Trees growing along the tree line must protect themselvesfrom the cold wind. To do this, plants tend to grow horizontal ( 水平的)branches low to the ground. The energy it takes for trees to grow this waymeans they don't have enough energy to make seeds.

    Butas Earth's climate has been warming, trees no longer have to just growhorizontally. Many can instead grow up toward the sky. This takes less energy.And with all that leftover energy, these trees have started producing moreseeds. This happens especially in places where the white spruce( 白云杉)grows.

    Whitespruce, which is a North American tree, is quite able to produce a lot ofseeds, which can move long distances in the wind. When wind-blown seeds end upon the tundra beyond the tree line, they eventually can sprout ( 发芽)new trees. This explains how a forest can move. Of course, the process wouldwork only if tundra were warm enough. But in recent years, the whole planet has been warming.

    Newtrees will provide shelters for some snow, keeping the sun's rays from makingthe white surface disappear. Instead, the trees absorb the sun's heat. Thiswarms the surrounding air. The extra warmth encourages even more trees toproduce seeds. That further boosts a forest's ability to expand. In addition,more trees will trap more snow, preventing much of it from being blown away.Snow can trap heat in the soil below, which encourages trees to grow. Therecent rise of temperature has helped more trees grow. The recent rise of temperature has helped more trees grow past the tree line. People worry aboutimpacts on the animals that depend on frozen conditions for food and shelter.

What can we learn from the last paragraph?

ANew trees can trap the snow, which may make the soil colder.

BThe trapped snow prevents new trees from producing more seeds.

CNew trees can make the surrounding air warmer.

DNew trees can bring more food and shelter for local animals.

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                                D.

    Evenif trees cannot walk, they are still on the move. In parts of the Arctic,entire forests are moving northward. Across the Arctic, temperatures are risingfaster than anywhere else in the world. As that happens, the tree line thatmarks where forests stop and the treeless tundra (冻土地带) starts has beenshifting northward. Trees growing along the tree line must protect themselvesfrom the cold wind. To do this, plants tend to grow horizontal ( 水平的)branches low to the ground. The energy it takes for trees to grow this waymeans they don't have enough energy to make seeds.

    Butas Earth's climate has been warming, trees no longer have to just growhorizontally. Many can instead grow up toward the sky. This takes less energy.And with all that leftover energy, these trees have started producing moreseeds. This happens especially in places where the white spruce( 白云杉)grows.

    Whitespruce, which is a North American tree, is quite able to produce a lot ofseeds, which can move long distances in the wind. When wind-blown seeds end upon the tundra beyond the tree line, they eventually can sprout ( 发芽)new trees. This explains how a forest can move. Of course, the process wouldwork only if tundra were warm enough. But in recent years, the whole planet has been warming.

    Newtrees will provide shelters for some snow, keeping the sun's rays from makingthe white surface disappear. Instead, the trees absorb the sun's heat. Thiswarms the surrounding air. The extra warmth encourages even more trees toproduce seeds. That further boosts a forest's ability to expand. In addition,more trees will trap more snow, preventing much of it from being blown away.Snow can trap heat in the soil below, which encourages trees to grow. Therecent rise of temperature has helped more trees grow. The recent rise of temperature has helped more trees grow past the tree line. People worry aboutimpacts on the animals that depend on frozen conditions for food and shelter.

The passage is most probably taken from _______.

Aa science report

Ba health report

Ca fashion magazine

Da children's magazine

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第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每题1分, 满分20分)

    阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从16--35题中所给的四个选项A、B、C、D中选出能填入相应空白处的最佳选项。

    Iwas never a starter for my high school football team. No matter how   16   Ipracticed, I was always on the second string. A few of us backups(替补队员)even  17 called ourselves the  18  boys and gave each othernicknames. Mine was “Splinter(瘦猴).”

    During one of the last games of theyear,  19   , there came a point when I finally   20 it onto the field with the starters. It was my   21   chance and I was determined to  22    myself. It wasn't long either before theball unexpectedly   23   its way into my hands. I saw the endzone and turned to   24    down the field for a touchdown(攻方持球触地得分).Itwas my shining moment and it   25   sogood. It lasted for about one second. That was when an   26   player crashed into my back. It was Splinter'sfirst and last shining moment before   

    27  back to the bench.

    Sincethat time I have had a lot of shining moments in my life,    28   most of them

    probablydidn’t look that   29   inthe eyes of the world. But I have come to see life from a   30  viewpoint. When I open a   31   for someone, share a smile with a  32    , and laugh with my children then I know thatI am glowing bright. When I stop to help other people, pass on a   33   word,and do a lovingact then I know that I am   34   .I have come to learn that it is theseshining moments that  35   our lives here.

16. 

    A. far                 

    B.long                     

    C.early                   

    D. hard

17. 

    A. jokingly          

    B.secretly                

    C. naturally               

    D. cruelly

18. 

    A. dull                 

    B.field                     

    C. bench                    

    D. side

19. 

    A. besides            

    B.anyway                

    C. though                         

    D. therefore

20. 

    A. made              

    B.forced                   

    C. caught                   

    D. found

21. 

    A. small             

    B.narrow                 

    C. big                      

    D. lucky

22. 

    A. prove                    

    B.enjoy                   

    C. beat                      

    D. devote

23. 

    A. bounced          

    B.flew                     

    C.pushed                   

    D.made

24. 

    A. rush               

    B.lie                        

    C.jump                    

    D.run

25. 

    A. appeared         

    B.felt                       

    C.looked                  

    D. became

26. 

    A. ordinary          

    B.honest                  

    C. angry                     

    D. opposing

27. 

    A. moving           

    B.heading                

    C. fighting                 

    D. paying

28. 

    A. although         

    B.since                    

    C. because                

    D. unless

29. 

    A. important        

    B.graceful                

    C. bright                   

    D. worthwhile

30. 

    A. common         

    B.general                

    C. similar                         

    D. different

31. 

    A. bottle            

    B.window                

    C. door                     

    D. closet

32. 

    A. stranger          

    B.friend                   

    C. child                    

    D. teammate

33. 

    A. kind               

    B.funny                   

    C.simple                   

    D. short

34.

    A. acting            

    B. winning                

    C. progressing            

    D.shining

35. 

    A. take up           

    B.make up                

    C. consist of               

    D. stand for

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第一节:单词拼写(共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)

56.It’s e ________ that every student respect the school rules.

57.Twain’s vivid descriptions of life helped him establish the r_______ he stillenjoys today.

58.His silence i_______ that he wished to close the debate.

59.He is q_______ for the job, which means he can do the job.

60.Allow me to p______ Mr. Black to you.

61.For more than a century, communications across the Atlantic have developed ___.(稳固地)

62.The twin brothers _______(相似) each other ineverything.

63.Thewatch is still under ________(保修).

64.The document impressed me with its ________(优雅的,简练的)simplicity.

65. It’s ________ (慷慨的) of you to share food with me.

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第二节:阅读表达(共 5 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 10 分)

    阅读下面的短文,请根据短文后的要求答题。

        Severalyears ago, we received a phone call no parents ever should have to face. Ourdaughter was in hospital. Three days later she was gone. What a terrible timeto have to make a major decision! To prevent this being “decision time” for anyof you, we wish to share our experience as donor parents.

       After a long discussion, it was our decisionto become organ donors. However, the doctor advised that it was necessary todiscuss with all family members. We took it one step further. Then, we wroteletters to each one and had them return a signed copy. These copied, togetherwith our wills, were filed with our lawyer.

       Many of you may have done the same. But howmany of you have given serious thought to what this means and have discussed itwith your family?

       We can tell you what peace of mind we have,having had the special right of meeting our daughter’s heart recipient and hiswife. After years of illness, he is enjoying a “new life”. A recipient of herkidneys(肾) is a young mother who has returnedto her family with a healthy life ahead of her.

       As donor parents, we are working to bringabout an immediate awareness of how human beings can help others in amajor, meaningful way. Now we encourage everyone we contact to make thedecision and share their decision on before it ever becomes necessary.

66. What broughtthe parents peace of mind? (No more than 15 words)

__________________________________

67.What did the writer do to get his family members’ permission? (No more than 16words)

________________________________

68. Please explainthe underlined phrase “bring about” in English. (No more than 1 word)

_________________________________

69.What’s the purpose of writing the passage? (No more than 15 words)                              

__________________________________

70. What do youlearn from the author? (No more than 20 words)

__________________________________

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第三节:书面表达(满分25分)

    目前,我们学校正在积极创建文明校园。请你以校学生会的名义就“创建文明校园”这一主题,根据下列提示写一封倡议书。

要点提示

    1爱护环境,不乱扔垃圾;

    2尊敬师长,礼貌待人;

    3团结友爱,助人为乐;

注意:

    1字数在不少于100词,倡议书应包含所有要点;不要逐句翻译,但可适当发挥。

    2倡议书的开头与结尾已给出,不计入总词数。

Dear schoolmates,

        Our school is trying to set up a civilized school.

_______________________________

                                Students’ Union

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