• 英语 辽源市2018年高三吉林省第一次模拟试题
单选题 本大题共15小题,每小题2分,共30分。在每小题给出的4个选项中,有且只有一项是符合题目要求。
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第一节  阅读理解 (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

                            Oyster

What is an Oyster card?

    Oyster is the easiest way to pay for journeys on the bus, Tube, tram, DocklandsLight Railway (DLR), London Overground and National Rail journeys in London You can store your travel cards, Bus & Tram Pass, season tickets and credit to pay for journeys as you go.

Where to get an Oyster card?

There are a number of ways for you to get an Oyster card:

• At over 3,900 Oyster Ticket stops

• At Tube and London Overground station ticket offices

• At some National Rail stations

• At London Travel information Centres

• Online at tfl. gov. uk/oyster

How to use an Oyster card?

    To pay the correct fare on the Tube , DLR, London Overground and National Rail services, you must always touch in on the yellow Oyster card reader at the start of your journey, and touch out at the end. If you don't, a maximum cash Oyster fare will be charged. When using the bus or tram, you must only touch in at the start, but not at the end of your journey.

What happens if I don't visit London very often?

    Don't worry. Any pay as you go credit on your card will not expire (过期), so you can keep it for your next visit or lend it to a friend.

Fares

Traveling by Tube from Central London (Zone l)to Heathrow (Zone6)

Adult Oyster single fare

£ 4. 20 Monday to Friday 06:30 - 09:30 and 16:00 - 19:00

£ 2. 70 at all other times including public holidays

Adult single cash fare £ 5.00

For further information, visit tfl.gov.uk /fares.

You can get an Oyster card at the following places EXCEPT ________.

Aat a post office

Bon the website

Cat an Oyster Ticket stop

Dat a Tube station

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                                A

                            Oyster

What is an Oyster card?

    Oyster is the easiest way to pay for journeys on the bus, Tube, tram, DocklandsLight Railway (DLR), London Overground and National Rail journeys in London You can store your travel cards, Bus & Tram Pass, season tickets and credit to pay for journeys as you go.

Where to get an Oyster card?

There are a number of ways for you to get an Oyster card:

• At over 3,900 Oyster Ticket stops

• At Tube and London Overground station ticket offices

• At some National Rail stations

• At London Travel information Centres

• Online at tfl. gov. uk/oyster

How to use an Oyster card?

    To pay the correct fare on the Tube , DLR, London Overground and National Rail services, you must always touch in on the yellow Oyster card reader at the start of your journey, and touch out at the end. If you don't, a maximum cash Oyster fare will be charged. When using the bus or tram, you must only touch in at the start, but not at the end of your journey.

What happens if I don't visit London very often?

    Don't worry. Any pay as you go credit on your card will not expire (过期), so you can keep it for your next visit or lend it to a friend.

Fares

Traveling by Tube from Central London (Zone l)to Heathrow (Zone6)

Adult Oyster single fare

£ 4. 20 Monday to Friday 06:30 - 09:30 and 16:00 - 19:00

£ 2. 70 at all other times including public holidays

Adult single cash fare £ 5.00

For further information, visit tfl.gov.uk /fares.

Which of the following is TRUE about Oyster cards?

AThey are limited in use to the owners themselves.

BThey are not suitable for those who don't visit London often.

COyster card Tube fares cost more on public holidays than on weekdays.

DOn National Rail services you must touch them on the reader twice.

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                                A

                            Oyster

What is an Oyster card?

    Oyster is the easiest way to pay for journeys on the bus, Tube, tram, DocklandsLight Railway (DLR), London Overground and National Rail journeys in London You can store your travel cards, Bus & Tram Pass, season tickets and credit to pay for journeys as you go.

Where to get an Oyster card?

There are a number of ways for you to get an Oyster card:

• At over 3,900 Oyster Ticket stops

• At Tube and London Overground station ticket offices

• At some National Rail stations

• At London Travel information Centres

• Online at tfl. gov. uk/oyster

How to use an Oyster card?

    To pay the correct fare on the Tube , DLR, London Overground and National Rail services, you must always touch in on the yellow Oyster card reader at the start of your journey, and touch out at the end. If you don't, a maximum cash Oyster fare will be charged. When using the bus or tram, you must only touch in at the start, but not at the end of your journey.

What happens if I don't visit London very often?

    Don't worry. Any pay as you go credit on your card will not expire (过期), so you can keep it for your next visit or lend it to a friend.

Fares

Traveling by Tube from Central London (Zone l)to Heathrow (Zone6)

Adult Oyster single fare

£ 4. 20 Monday to Friday 06:30 - 09:30 and 16:00 - 19:00

£ 2. 70 at all other times including public holidays

Adult single cash fare £ 5.00

For further information, visit tfl.gov.uk /fares.

If a person with an Oyster card takes the 7 o'clock Tube from Central London to Heathrow for a week (no public holiday in between),he should pay________.

A£ 18.90

B£ 26.40

C£ 29.40

D£ 21.90

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                                A

                            Oyster

What is an Oyster card?

    Oyster is the easiest way to pay for journeys on the bus, Tube, tram, DocklandsLight Railway (DLR), London Overground and National Rail journeys in London You can store your travel cards, Bus & Tram Pass, season tickets and credit to pay for journeys as you go.

Where to get an Oyster card?

There are a number of ways for you to get an Oyster card:

• At over 3,900 Oyster Ticket stops

• At Tube and London Overground station ticket offices

• At some National Rail stations

• At London Travel information Centres

• Online at tfl. gov. uk/oyster

How to use an Oyster card?

    To pay the correct fare on the Tube , DLR, London Overground and National Rail services, you must always touch in on the yellow Oyster card reader at the start of your journey, and touch out at the end. If you don't, a maximum cash Oyster fare will be charged. When using the bus or tram, you must only touch in at the start, but not at the end of your journey.

What happens if I don't visit London very often?

    Don't worry. Any pay as you go credit on your card will not expire (过期), so you can keep it for your next visit or lend it to a friend.

Fares

Traveling by Tube from Central London (Zone l)to Heathrow (Zone6)

Adult Oyster single fare

£ 4. 20 Monday to Friday 06:30 - 09:30 and 16:00 - 19:00

£ 2. 70 at all other times including public holidays

Adult single cash fare £ 5.00

For further information, visit tfl.gov.uk /fares.

The passage is probably taken from a ________.

Amagazine

Btextbook

Ctravel brochure

Dnovel

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                                B

    In America, each of the states likes to promote itself with a slogan(口号). I currently live in Utah, where the slogan is “Life Elevated”. It's a nod to outdoor entertainment in the high country, including the ski industry. I previously lived in Colorado, a land with red dirt, great mountains and golden plains. The slogan there is “Colorful Colorado”. Years ago I lived in the “Peach State” of Georgia, and I grew up in New Mexico as a little boy, whose slogan is “Land of Enchantment(魔力)”.

    We never seemed to get away from dust in New Mexico, so I appreciate the story of a newcomer to the Land of Enchantment who learned about dusty breezes. She was visiting an antique shop and the owner wiped down every item before showing it. The newcomer said, “Everything gets dusty here pretty quickly, doesn't it?” “That's not dust, honey,” the shop owner replied, “That's ENCHANTMENT”. That made the problem more acceptable. An escalator(自动扶梯)broke, so he posted a sign to warn customers. He chose not to use the traditional “Out of Order” or “Do Not Use” warnings. Instead, his sign read, “This Escalator Is Temporarily a Stairway”. He turned a minus into humor and made it a plus.

    And in fact there are some things, like the weather, we can't change. All we can change is our ways that we think and feel about them. I believe one of the best techniques to do this is to find some humor in the situation. Finding something amusing or enjoyable of difficulty, an irritation or a troublesome problem can be one of the most creative and effective things we can do. Sometimes the only sense you can make of a situation is a sense of humor.

The first paragraph is severed as a(n)          .

Aintroduction

Bpredication

Cexplanation

Dconclusion

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                                B

    In America, each of the states likes to promote itself with a slogan(口号). I currently live in Utah, where the slogan is “Life Elevated”. It's a nod to outdoor entertainment in the high country, including the ski industry. I previously lived in Colorado, a land with red dirt, great mountains and golden plains. The slogan there is “Colorful Colorado”. Years ago I lived in the “Peach State” of Georgia, and I grew up in New Mexico as a little boy, whose slogan is “Land of Enchantment(魔力)”.

    We never seemed to get away from dust in New Mexico, so I appreciate the story of a newcomer to the Land of Enchantment who learned about dusty breezes. She was visiting an antique shop and the owner wiped down every item before showing it. The newcomer said, “Everything gets dusty here pretty quickly, doesn't it?” “That's not dust, honey,” the shop owner replied, “That's ENCHANTMENT”. That made the problem more acceptable. An escalator(自动扶梯)broke, so he posted a sign to warn customers. He chose not to use the traditional “Out of Order” or “Do Not Use” warnings. Instead, his sign read, “This Escalator Is Temporarily a Stairway”. He turned a minus into humor and made it a plus.

    And in fact there are some things, like the weather, we can't change. All we can change is our ways that we think and feel about them. I believe one of the best techniques to do this is to find some humor in the situation. Finding something amusing or enjoyable of difficulty, an irritation or a troublesome problem can be one of the most creative and effective things we can do. Sometimes the only sense you can make of a situation is a sense of humor.

How would the newcomer probably feel after hearing what the shop owner said?

AAngry.

BCurious.

CRelaxed.

DNervous.

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                                B

    In America, each of the states likes to promote itself with a slogan(口号). I currently live in Utah, where the slogan is “Life Elevated”. It's a nod to outdoor entertainment in the high country, including the ski industry. I previously lived in Colorado, a land with red dirt, great mountains and golden plains. The slogan there is “Colorful Colorado”. Years ago I lived in the “Peach State” of Georgia, and I grew up in New Mexico as a little boy, whose slogan is “Land of Enchantment(魔力)”.

    We never seemed to get away from dust in New Mexico, so I appreciate the story of a newcomer to the Land of Enchantment who learned about dusty breezes. She was visiting an antique shop and the owner wiped down every item before showing it. The newcomer said, “Everything gets dusty here pretty quickly, doesn't it?” “That's not dust, honey,” the shop owner replied, “That's ENCHANTMENT”. That made the problem more acceptable. An escalator(自动扶梯)broke, so he posted a sign to warn customers. He chose not to use the traditional “Out of Order” or “Do Not Use” warnings. Instead, his sign read, “This Escalator Is Temporarily a Stairway”. He turned a minus into humor and made it a plus.

    And in fact there are some things, like the weather, we can't change. All we can change is our ways that we think and feel about them. I believe one of the best techniques to do this is to find some humor in the situation. Finding something amusing or enjoyable of difficulty, an irritation or a troublesome problem can be one of the most creative and effective things we can do. Sometimes the only sense you can make of a situation is a sense of humor.

What's the purpose of the writer's writing the passage?

ATo encourage people to find the funny side in their daily life.

BTo show the effects of using slogans to raise the position.

CTo explain the skills of turning a disadvantage into humor.

DTo tell the strange experience of a bargain in an antique shop.

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                                C

    My students often tell me that they don't have "enough time" to do all their schoolwork.

    My reply is often a brief "You have as much time as the president." I usually carry on a bit about there being twenty-four hours in the day for everyone, and suggest that "not enough time" is not an acceptable explanation of not getting something done.

    Once in graduate school, I tried to prove to one of my professors by saying that I was working hard. His answer to me was, "That's irrelevant (无关的). What's important is the quality of your work." Since then I have had time to think carefully about the "hard worker" dodge (诀窍), and I have come to some conclusions- all relevant to the problem of how much time we have.

    If you analyze the matter, you can identify two parts of the problem: There is, of course, the matter of "time", which we can think of as fixed. Then there is the problem of "work" during that time. But, as my professor suggested, it's not how hard one works but the quality of the product that's important.

    That led me to a new idea: the quality of the work. That concept is perhaps best explained by a sign I once saw on the wall in someone's office: "Don't work harder. Work smarter." There is a lot of sense in that idea.

    If you can't get more time, and few of us can, the only solution is to improve the quality of the work. That means thinking of ways to get more out of the same time than we might otherwise get. That should lead us to an analysis of our work habits. Since "work" for students usually means "homework", the expression "work habits" should be read as "study habits".

    Then, as a smart student, you will seek to improve those skills that you use in study, chiefly reading and writing. If you learn to read better and write better, there are big benefits that pay off in all your studies.

 From thepassage, we know that the author is probably ______.

Aan educator

Ba poet

Can engineer

Da novelist

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                                C

    My students often tell me that they don't have "enough time" to do all their schoolwork.

    My reply is often a brief "You have as much time as the president." I usually carry on a bit about there being twenty-four hours in the day for everyone, and suggest that "not enough time" is not an acceptable explanation of not getting something done.

    Once in graduate school, I tried to prove to one of my professors by saying that I was working hard. His answer to me was, "That's irrelevant (无关的). What's important is the quality of your work." Since then I have had time to think carefully about the "hard worker" dodge (诀窍), and I have come to some conclusions- all relevant to the problem of how much time we have.

    If you analyze the matter, you can identify two parts of the problem: There is, of course, the matter of "time", which we can think of as fixed. Then there is the problem of "work" during that time. But, as my professor suggested, it's not how hard one works but the quality of the product that's important.

    That led me to a new idea: the quality of the work. That concept is perhaps best explained by a sign I once saw on the wall in someone's office: "Don't work harder. Work smarter." There is a lot of sense in that idea.

    If you can't get more time, and few of us can, the only solution is to improve the quality of the work. That means thinking of ways to get more out of the same time than we might otherwise get. That should lead us to an analysis of our work habits. Since "work" for students usually means "homework", the expression "work habits" should be read as "study habits".

    Then, as a smart student, you will seek to improve those skills that you use in study, chiefly reading and writing. If you learn to read better and write better, there are big benefits that pay off in all your studies.

We can infer from the 2nd paragraph that we students still _____.

Acan meet the president

Bhave enough time

Cget everything done well

Dshould accept the explanation

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                                C

    My students often tell me that they don't have "enough time" to do all their schoolwork.

    My reply is often a brief "You have as much time as the president." I usually carry on a bit about there being twenty-four hours in the day for everyone, and suggest that "not enough time" is not an acceptable explanation of not getting something done.

    Once in graduate school, I tried to prove to one of my professors by saying that I was working hard. His answer to me was, "That's irrelevant (无关的). What's important is the quality of your work." Since then I have had time to think carefully about the "hard worker" dodge (诀窍), and I have come to some conclusions- all relevant to the problem of how much time we have.

    If you analyze the matter, you can identify two parts of the problem: There is, of course, the matter of "time", which we can think of as fixed. Then there is the problem of "work" during that time. But, as my professor suggested, it's not how hard one works but the quality of the product that's important.

    That led me to a new idea: the quality of the work. That concept is perhaps best explained by a sign I once saw on the wall in someone's office: "Don't work harder. Work smarter." There is a lot of sense in that idea.

    If you can't get more time, and few of us can, the only solution is to improve the quality of the work. That means thinking of ways to get more out of the same time than we might otherwise get. That should lead us to an analysis of our work habits. Since "work" for students usually means "homework", the expression "work habits" should be read as "study habits".

    Then, as a smart student, you will seek to improve those skills that you use in study, chiefly reading and writing. If you learn to read better and write better, there are big benefits that pay off in all your studies.

Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?

AYou'll try to improve your skills in reading and writing if you're a clever student.

BThe author's students make good use of their time to do all their homework.

CThe author tried to tell the professor that he/she (author) had done a good job.

DYou can't improve the quality of the work if you can't get more time.

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                                C

    My students often tell me that they don't have "enough time" to do all their schoolwork.

    My reply is often a brief "You have as much time as the president." I usually carry on a bit about there being twenty-four hours in the day for everyone, and suggest that "not enough time" is not an acceptable explanation of not getting something done.

    Once in graduate school, I tried to prove to one of my professors by saying that I was working hard. His answer to me was, "That's irrelevant (无关的). What's important is the quality of your work." Since then I have had time to think carefully about the "hard worker" dodge (诀窍), and I have come to some conclusions- all relevant to the problem of how much time we have.

    If you analyze the matter, you can identify two parts of the problem: There is, of course, the matter of "time", which we can think of as fixed. Then there is the problem of "work" during that time. But, as my professor suggested, it's not how hard one works but the quality of the product that's important.

    That led me to a new idea: the quality of the work. That concept is perhaps best explained by a sign I once saw on the wall in someone's office: "Don't work harder. Work smarter." There is a lot of sense in that idea.

    If you can't get more time, and few of us can, the only solution is to improve the quality of the work. That means thinking of ways to get more out of the same time than we might otherwise get. That should lead us to an analysis of our work habits. Since "work" for students usually means "homework", the expression "work habits" should be read as "study habits".

    Then, as a smart student, you will seek to improve those skills that you use in study, chiefly reading and writing. If you learn to read better and write better, there are big benefits that pay off in all your studies.

What's the passage mainly about?

AStudents don't have enough time.

BNo one can get more time.

CDon't work harder; work smarter.

DRead better and write better.

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                                D

    If you're a high school student, you may tend to measure your self-worth based on your popularity and status. You may feel dejected or disappointed if you have a difficult time fitting in or if you lack the confidence to talk to others .If you want others to like you, you'll need to have a healthy understanding of how people think, what appeals to them and how you can gain their approval. There are four tips on how to be popular in high school .And if you are popular with your classmates, you can get many benefits from it.

    You must be yourself in order to gain any real popularity in high school. While imitation is the sincerest form of flattery(奉承), copying another's style and personality will have a negative effect on your popularity. If you're not comfortable enough to be yourself 100 percent of the time, others won't feel comfortable around you. If you establish your own style and finesse and stay true to yourself, popularity will soon follow.

    Make yourself approachable to appeal to others and be popular in high school. People love to be around others who are confident and ready to have a good time. Hold your head up high, keep your shoulders back, and smile as you walk with an air of confidence to instantly attract others and boost your popularity.

    Be friendly and kind to everyone you meet. It's not enough to gain the approval of the other popular students in your school. In order to gain real popularity, you'll need to be kind and polite to everyone you meet. Make an effort to talk to your classmates regardless of their popularity or economic status and try to develop friendships with them. The more people you appeal to, the more popular you'll become.

    Involve yourself in school activities that interest you. You can be popular in high school if you play an active role in your school's extracurricular activities(课外活动). The more you participate in group activities, the more popular you'll become.

Which of the following can be the best title for the passage?

AHow to Establish Your Own Lifestyle.

B.Ways to Gain Confidence in Your School Life.

CTips on How to Be Popular in High School.

DHow to Develop Friendships with Your Classmates.

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                                D

    If you're a high school student, you may tend to measure your self-worth based on your popularity and status. You may feel dejected or disappointed if you have a difficult time fitting in or if you lack the confidence to talk to others .If you want others to like you, you'll need to have a healthy understanding of how people think, what appeals to them and how you can gain their approval. There are four tips on how to be popular in high school .And if you are popular with your classmates, you can get many benefits from it.

    You must be yourself in order to gain any real popularity in high school. While imitation is the sincerest form of flattery(奉承), copying another's style and personality will have a negative effect on your popularity. If you're not comfortable enough to be yourself 100 percent of the time, others won't feel comfortable around you. If you establish your own style and finesse and stay true to yourself, popularity will soon follow.

    Make yourself approachable to appeal to others and be popular in high school. People love to be around others who are confident and ready to have a good time. Hold your head up high, keep your shoulders back, and smile as you walk with an air of confidence to instantly attract others and boost your popularity.

    Be friendly and kind to everyone you meet. It's not enough to gain the approval of the other popular students in your school. In order to gain real popularity, you'll need to be kind and polite to everyone you meet. Make an effort to talk to your classmates regardless of their popularity or economic status and try to develop friendships with them. The more people you appeal to, the more popular you'll become.

    Involve yourself in school activities that interest you. You can be popular in high school if you play an active role in your school's extracurricular activities(课外活动). The more you participate in group activities, the more popular you'll become.

The underlined word “dejected” in Paragraph 1 probably means ________.

Aexcited

Bfrightened

Cdesperate

Ddepressed

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                                D

    If you're a high school student, you may tend to measure your self-worth based on your popularity and status. You may feel dejected or disappointed if you have a difficult time fitting in or if you lack the confidence to talk to others .If you want others to like you, you'll need to have a healthy understanding of how people think, what appeals to them and how you can gain their approval. There are four tips on how to be popular in high school .And if you are popular with your classmates, you can get many benefits from it.

    You must be yourself in order to gain any real popularity in high school. While imitation is the sincerest form of flattery(奉承), copying another's style and personality will have a negative effect on your popularity. If you're not comfortable enough to be yourself 100 percent of the time, others won't feel comfortable around you. If you establish your own style and finesse and stay true to yourself, popularity will soon follow.

    Make yourself approachable to appeal to others and be popular in high school. People love to be around others who are confident and ready to have a good time. Hold your head up high, keep your shoulders back, and smile as you walk with an air of confidence to instantly attract others and boost your popularity.

    Be friendly and kind to everyone you meet. It's not enough to gain the approval of the other popular students in your school. In order to gain real popularity, you'll need to be kind and polite to everyone you meet. Make an effort to talk to your classmates regardless of their popularity or economic status and try to develop friendships with them. The more people you appeal to, the more popular you'll become.

    Involve yourself in school activities that interest you. You can be popular in high school if you play an active role in your school's extracurricular activities(课外活动). The more you participate in group activities, the more popular you'll become.

It can be known from the passage that ________.

Athe first step to be popular is to show your pride to your classmates

Bsetting up your own style and personality will benefit your popularity

Cif you want to be popular you should only make friends with popular students

Dtaking part in extracurricular activities goes against one's popularity

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                                D

    If you're a high school student, you may tend to measure your self-worth based on your popularity and status. You may feel dejected or disappointed if you have a difficult time fitting in or if you lack the confidence to talk to others .If you want others to like you, you'll need to have a healthy understanding of how people think, what appeals to them and how you can gain their approval. There are four tips on how to be popular in high school .And if you are popular with your classmates, you can get many benefits from it.

    You must be yourself in order to gain any real popularity in high school. While imitation is the sincerest form of flattery(奉承), copying another's style and personality will have a negative effect on your popularity. If you're not comfortable enough to be yourself 100 percent of the time, others won't feel comfortable around you. If you establish your own style and finesse and stay true to yourself, popularity will soon follow.

    Make yourself approachable to appeal to others and be popular in high school. People love to be around others who are confident and ready to have a good time. Hold your head up high, keep your shoulders back, and smile as you walk with an air of confidence to instantly attract others and boost your popularity.

    Be friendly and kind to everyone you meet. It's not enough to gain the approval of the other popular students in your school. In order to gain real popularity, you'll need to be kind and polite to everyone you meet. Make an effort to talk to your classmates regardless of their popularity or economic status and try to develop friendships with them. The more people you appeal to, the more popular you'll become.

    Involve yourself in school activities that interest you. You can be popular in high school if you play an active role in your school's extracurricular activities(课外活动). The more you participate in group activities, the more popular you'll become.

The passage is probably followed by a paragraph about ________.

Athe benefits of being popular

Bsome other ways to become popular

Cthe negative effect of popularity

Dthe examples of famous people

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

    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。

        Ways to Find the Happiness in Front of You

    We struggle with war, poverty, global warming.     36     Famous people have wonderful lives , but you don't, and the "if onlys" threaten to win the day: "My life would be sweet if only I were richer, had a better job..."

       37   And it doesn't care how much money you have or what the circumstances of your life are. Look through the suggestions on how to look on the bright side and find the happiness in front of you.

       38     

    If I'm feeling low, one of the best ways I know to cheer up is to make a love list. It's simple, just a list of every single person I love. Then I can put it in a pocket to take with me on a tough day, or just keep it in mind as I get on with my life.

    Find Lost Friends

    I recently took some time to seek out people that I've lost touch with over the years.    39   . Within 24 hours I had baby pictures and recent histories. But the interesting thing was that all the people I got in touch with had been thinking about contacting me a couple of days before getting my email. 

    Think Positively

        40    I'm not saying your problems are over, but simply looking at the world through rose-colored glasses means that half your problems will look like exciting challenges, and the other half you'll probably realize aren't problems at all, just facts of life.

    A. Wish upon a star

    B. But happiness is all around you. 

    C. Create a love list

    D. It took only a little time to shoot a few quick emails around the country.

    E. We hear of people getting sick or dying.

    F. I wonder whether they still remember me.

    G. If you can get optimistic and stay that way, you’re sure to succeed.

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第一节  完形填空(共20小题:每小题1.5分,满分30分)

    阅读下面短文,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。

    Dropping into hopelessness completely, Jack wandered on the streets, knowing he came to the end of life. In his mid-fifties, Jack had never been   41   ,and experienced the joy of having children or spent holidays with his family. On this miserable rainy night, he felt as if there was                     42      in the entire world who cared whether he lived or died.

    Meanwhile, I was sitting in my room watching the rain   43   my window. When I heard the doorbell ring, I   44   from my chair and raced out. But my mother was already at the door. Opening it, she found herself face-to-face with a very dirty-looking man with tears streaming down his face. My mother, overcome by   45   , invited the man inside, and he sat with my parents in our living room.

       46  , I walked secretly downstairs so that I could get a better look. I couldn't understand what they were saying, but the sight of the man,   47   his head in his hands and crying, made my chest ache. I raced back upstairs to my room and   48   my hand into my money jar. Pulling out my only half-dollar coin, I ran back downstairs.

    When I reached the door of the living room, I walked right in. The three   49   looked at me in   50   as I quickly made my way over the stranger. I put the half-dollar in his hand and told him that I wanted him to have it. Then I gave him a   51    , turned and ran as fast as I could out of the room and back upstairs. I felt excited but happy.

    Downstairs, Jack sat quietly with his head   52   .Tears streamed down his face as he       53    held that coin. Finally looking up at my parents, he said, “It's just that I thought nobody cared. For the last twenty years, I have been so   54   . That is the first hug I have ever got. It's hard to believe that somebody   55  

    Jack's life changed that night. When he left our house, he was   56   to live instead of die. Although we never saw Jack again, we received letters from him   57   , letting us know that he was doing fine.

    My life changed that night, too, as I   58   the hug healing (治愈) power of giving, even if it's only a gift of fifty cents. Before Jack left, my parents asked him why he had knocked on our door. Jack said that   59   he'd walked along the streets that rainy night,   60   and ready to die, he had noticed a sticker on the car. It read: SOMEBODY LOVES YOU.

41. 

    A. employed    

    B. understood    

    C. married    

    D. managed

42. 

    A. anybody    

    B. nobody    

    C. somebody    

    D. everybody

43. 

    A. beat    

    B. approach    

    C. break    

    D. cover

44. 

    A. jumped    

    B. ran    

    C. looked    

    D. settled

45. 

    A. fear    

    B. anxiety    

    C. guilty    

    D. pity

46. 

    A. Excited   

    B. Annoyed        

    C. Curious    

    D. Worried

47. 

    A. shaking   

    B. nodding    

    C. holding    

    D. resting

48. 

    A. adjusted    

    B. reached    

    C. presented    

    D. pushed

49. 

    A. adults    

    B. neighbors    

    C. visitors    

    D. strangers

50. 

    A. anger    

    B. delight    

    C. fun    

    D. surprise

51. 

    A. hug    

    B. smile    

    C. kiss    

    D. handshake

52. 

    A. raised    

    B. bowed    

    C. ignored    

    D. turned

53. 

    A. calmly    

    B. privately    

    C. impatiently    

    D. tightly

54. 

    A. anxious    

    B. lonely    

    C. stressed    

    D. bored

55. 

    A. makes    

    B. figures    

    C. cares    

    D. deserves

56. 

    A. flexible    

    B. likely    

    C. disappointed    

    D. ready

57. 

    A. occasionally    

    B. at once    

    C. hardly    

    D. never

58. 

    A. hid    

    B. informed     

    C. assisted    

    D. saw

59. 

    A. before    

    B. as     

    C. until    

    D. unless

60. 

    A. weak    

    B. ashamed    

    C. helpless    

    D. regretful

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第二节 语法填空(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 kite festival is an international event. In the United States, it is    61    (usual) held once a year. Canada, India, Australia, China and other   62     (country) also hold kite fesivals. Kates have been in use for many centuries, probably beginninng in China. Nowadays, both children and adults in many nations enjoy   63     (fly) kites as an outdoor activity.

    Kite festivals can occur at 64     64     (differ) time during the year. The international festival of kites in India occurs in each January, and every April in China, a kite event brings crowds of people to Weifang, Shandong Province. This area has a kite museum that is said to be the    65   (large) in the world.

    The custom of flying kites every spring in Weifang has a rather long history. The first international kite festival,held   66     April 1,1984, had more than 12,000 kite-flying fans taking part in   67    . That day, all the kite groups and teams at the festival showed their kite-flying skills, which    68    (view) by more than 10,000 people. Later,    69   (near) 100 foreign and 45 national news agencies reported the festival.    70     that time, the international kite festival has been held at the beginning of each April in Weifang City.

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第一节 短文改错(共10处错误,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处错误,每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

    增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(Λ),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。

    Did you enjoy yourself yesterday? I suppose you do. But I’d like to tell you what bad a day I had yesterday. Everything just went wrongly. In the morning, my alarm clock didn’t ring, but I woke up an hour late. I was in such a hurry that I burning my hand when I was cooking breakfast. Then I ran out the house to catch the 8:30 bus. This is the bus I usually take. But ,as you can guess, I miss it of course. I was very unhappy and scared because of my teacher hated students coming later to school. So I ran three miles to school, only to discovering that nobody was there. I realized it was Sunday.

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第二节 书面表达 (满分:25分)

    请你以“Working Individually or Working in a team”为题,按照以下要点写一篇英语短文:

    1.独立完成: 自行安排,锻炼一个人问题解决能力。

    2.合作完成: 一起讨论,培养合作、交际和相互讨论沟通的能力。

    3.我喜欢的方式和理由。

    注意:1.词数100词左右(开头已写好,不计入总词数);

              2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

         Working Individually or Working in a team

There are basically two ways to get work done.……

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