2018年高二英语3月份六科联赛试卷(湖南省衡阳八中有答案)

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2018年高二英语3月份六科联赛试卷(湖南省衡阳八中有答案)

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2018年高二英语3月份六科联赛试卷(湖南省衡阳八中有答案)
2018年衡阳市八中高二3月份六科联赛
英    语
时量:120分钟    满分:100分
第一部分:听力(共两节,满分10分)
做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。
第一节(共5小题;每小题0.5分,满分2.5分)
听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷上的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。
1. What will Mrs. Williams do later?
A. Give Mr. Anderson a call.
B. Attend a basketball match.
C. Pass on a message.
2. Where are the speakers probably?
A. In a restaurant.     B. In a hotel.       C. At home.
3. How much more will the woman have to pay?
A. 3 pounds.B. 5 pounds.        C. 8 pounds.
4. Why did the man apologize?
A. He incorrectly guessed the baby’s age.
B. He mistook the woman’s boy for a girl.
C. He made a comment about the baby’s hair.
5. What is the conversation mainly about?
A. The woman’s phone.     
B. The woman’s new sound system.
C. The woman’s favorite music.
第二节(共15小题;每小题0.5分,满分7.5分)
听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。
听第六段材料,回答第6、7 题
6. What problems does the man have?
A. There is not enough room.
B. He can’t find Ms. Harper.
C. He can’t decide which product to display.
7. What solution is suggested?
A. Finding a larger space.
B. Choosing bright colors.
C. Showing fewer items.
听第七段材料,回答第8、9题。
8. How does the woman comment on Facebook’s report?
A. People in the world are closely connected.
B. Many people are unwilling to share their lives.
C. Scientists don’t understand social connections.
9. How does the man feel about Facebook?
A. He doesn’t want an account.
B. He uses it to communicate with friends.
C. He likes to share his life with everyone.
听第八段材料,回答第10至12题。
10.  When is the story of Heidi set?
A. In the early 1900s.     B. In the late 1800s.     C. In the 1950s.
11.  How many versions of the movie are mentioned in the conversation?
A. Two.        B. Three.        C. Four.
12.  Why does the woman think the actress of the latest version talented?
A. She is just like Shirley Temple.
B. She was chosen from many girls.
C. She read the original book.
听第九段材料,回答第13至16题。
13.  How did August Getty feel at New York Fashion Week?
A. Very nervous.      B. A little strange.      C. Really happy.
14.  What did August Getty do as a child?
A. He wore his parents’ clothes.
B. He made clothes for spoons and forks.
C. He sewed clothes for his sister.
15.  What did August Getty’s family think about his interest fashion?
A. They encouraged him.
B. They thought he was different.
C. They didn’t like his style at first.
16.  Where might August Getty’s designs be seen the most?
A. At school.        B. At a party.       C. At work.
听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。
17.  Where did Nancy’s cancer begin?
A. In her heart.       B. In her brain.       C. On her skin.
18.  According to the man, why was Nancy able to get better?
A. Because of the pills she was taking.
B. Because of her positive attitude.
C. Because of the food she was eating.
19.  What will the new foundation focus on?
A. Helping families deal with cancer.
B. Giving money for cancer research.
C. Helping individuals with their medical bills.
20.  How can people get more information about the foundation now?
A. By going online.
B. By emailing Dale and Nancy anytime.
C. By calling the speaker and his wife.
第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,满分30分)
第一节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)
阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、 C和D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
A
Finding out what kind and how much physical activity you need
How do I do it?
It’s your choice. Pick an activity that’s easy to fit into your life. Do at least 10 minutes of physical activity at a time. Choose aerobic activities that work for you. These make your heart beat faster and can make your heart, lungs, and blood vessels fitter. Also, do strengthening activities which make your muscles do more work than usual.
Why should I be physically active?
Physical activity can make you feel stronger and more alive. It is a fun way to be with your family or friends. It also helps you improve your health.
How many times a week should I be physically active?
It is up to you, but it is better to spread your activity throughout the week and to be active at least 3 days a week.
How do I build up more physical activity?
Do a little more each time. Once you feel comfortable, do it more often. Then you can trade activities at a moderate level for vigorous ones that take more effort. You can do moderate and vigorous activities in the same week.
How can I tell an activity at a moderate level from a vigorous one?
Vigorous activities take more effort than moderate ones. Here are just a few moderate and vigorous aerobic physical activities. Do these for 10 minutes or more at a time.
21. What is the main purpose of this text?
A. To give instruction in physics study.
B. To give advice on being physically active.
C. To urge people to abandon bad living habits.
D. To encourage students to be devoted to sports.
22. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as the advantage of being physically
active?
A. Making you earn more.
B. Making your body healthier.
C. Making you feel more energetic.
D. Making your muscles work more effectively.
23.  What would the author discuss in the paragraph that follows?
A. Kinds of moderate and vigorous activities.
B. Ways to get more information about physical activity.
C. The chart tells the activities that are important for you to do.
D. Aerobic activities and muscle strengthening activities.
B
Many people are not aware the most healing herbs make up today’s modern medicine. The healing herbs from ancient days are still the healing herbs of modern times. Throughout all of these years herbs have remained unchanged; their quality remain as strong as ancient man and animals found it to be thousands of years ago. What has changed is the way man uses these healing herbs together with modern medicine of today.
   Ancient man knew about the many benefits of healing herbs and passed on their knowledge form generation to generation. Today modern man continues to benefit from the wisdom ages ago. Actually, herbs can be any plant, flower, tree or shrub(灌木) that heals the body. According to early writings, man first noticed that when an animal was ill it would bite into specific plants, otherwise the animal will leave them alone.
   Observing animal behaviors is still done today. Ten years ago, researchers at the Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania, noticed chimpanzees(黑猩猩) that were ill were eating Aspirin leaves. Researchers found that Aspirin leaves contained a kind of antibiotic(抗生素). These chimpanzees no doubt knew this plant would help heal their disease.
   Most plant life has a pleasant smell. The writings of ancient man note that people rubbed these sweet plants on their bodies to keep insects away.
   Some herbs mask the smell of smelly meat. The Egyptians used a variety of herbs to preserve their dead.
   In conclusion, ancient herbs had a variety of purposes, and for thousands of years were used for the preservation of our foods, and to heal our bodies. Herbs can continue to play an important part in our lives if we open our minds to their importance and usefulness. In my opinion, it is always better to treat naturally with herbs, than to treat illnesses with man-made medicines. There are few if any side effects to taking herbs.
24. The example of chimpanzees is used to suggest ___.
A. chimpanzees are clever animals       
B. man began studying herbs long ago.
C. Aspirin leave can cure many diseases   
D. animals helped man discover healing herbs
  25. According to the text, the Egyptians used herbs ____
A. to keep off insects        B. at the burial service  
C. to feed their animals      D. for the preservation of foods.
26. Which of the following about healing herbs isn’t introduced in the text?
A. How people knew about healing herbs.    
B. The benefits of healing herbs.
C. Side effect of healing herbs          
D. How ancient people use healing herbs in life.
27. What is the author’s attitude towards healing herbs?
A. He thinks highly of them.        B. He refuses to accept them.
C. He thinks they’re ineffective.     D. He thinks they have side effects.
C
Are you preparing for a big test? If so, you may want to go to play some basketball in between hitting the books. Doctors are starting to find more and more information that suggests a connection between exercises and brain development. Judy Camerson, a scientist at Oregon Health and Science University, studies brain development. According to her research, it seems that exercise can make blood vessels(血管),including those in the brain, stronger and more fully developed. Dr. Cameron is sure that this allows people who exercise to think better. As she says, “While we already know that exercise is good for the heart, exercise can actually cause physical changes in the brain.”
 The effects of exercise on brain development can even be seen in babies. Babies who do activities that require a lot of movement show greater brain development than babies who are less physically active. Even a little movement can show big results. Margaret Barnes, a scientist, also believes in the importance of exercise. She thinks that many learning disabilities that children have in primary school or high school can result from a lack of movement as babies. “Babies need movement that encourages and excites their five senses. They need to set up a connection between motion and memory. In this way, as they get older, children will begin to connect physical activity with higher learning.” says Margaret.
 Older people can develop their brains as well. Cornell University studied a group of seniors who have a short-term memory increase of up to 40 percent after exercising just three hours a week. The exercise does not have to be very difficult, but it does have to increase the heart rate. Also, just like the motion for babies, exercise for older people should not be too simple. Learning some new skills or actions, such as with yoga or taichi helps to open up memory paths in the brain that may not have been used for a long time. For most people, any type of physical activity that increases the heart rate is helpful. The main aim is to increase the brain’s flow of blood. And your brain can benefit from as little as two to three hours of exercise a week.
28. What is the main idea of this passage?
   A. How exercise makes people strong.
   B. How to get good scores in a test.
   C. How exercise helps the brain develop.
   D. How the brain can change one’s memory.
29. According to the passage, what is the connection between exercise and brain development?
  A. Exercise helps soften our blood vessels.
  B. Physical exercise helps us think better.
  C. The brain needs special mental exercise.
  D. The more exercise, the bigger the brain.
30. For ordinary people, the smallest amount of exercise required to gain any benefit is _____.
  A. two hours per week           B. 40 hours per week
  C. three hours per week          D. 40 hours per month
31. Why is yoga suggested for seniors?
  A. It does good to the joints of old people.
  B. It does not increase the heart rate.
  C. It includes learning new actions.
  D. It can be done in groups.
D
    Ed Viesturs grew up in Rockford, Illinois, where the tallest thing on the horizon
was the water tower. But on Thursday, Viesturs became the only American to climb to the top of the world’s 14 highest mountains.
His last hike was up Mount Annapurna, in Asia’s snow-capped Himalayas. At 26,545 feet, its peak is the 10th highest in the world. It is the mountain that inspired hie to start climbing.
“It tends to be the trickiest, the most dangerous,” said Viesturs. “ There’s no simple way to climb it. There are threatening avalanches(雪崩) and ice falls that protect the mountain.”
In high school, Viesturs read French climber Maurice Herzog’s tale of climbing the icy Annapurna. Herzog’s story was of frostbite(冻伤) and difficulty and near-death experiences. Viesturs was hooked right away.
Viesturs got his start on Washington’s Mount Rainier in 1977, guiding hikes in the summer. Fifteen years ago, he set out to walk up to the world’s highest peaks. Finally, he’s done.
The pioneering climber talks about mountains as if they were living creatures that should be treated with respect. “You have to use all of your senses, all of your abilities to see if the mountain will let you climb it, ” said Viesturs. “ If we have the patience and the respect, and if we’re here at the right time, under the right circumstances, they allow us to go up, and allow us to come down.”
What’s next for a man who can’t stop climbing? “I’m going to hug my wife and kids and kind of kick back and enjoy the summer,” says Viesturs.  But for a man who’s climbed the world’s 14 tallest mountains, he will probably soon set off on yet another adventure.
32. What record has Ed Viesturs set?
  A. He has succeeded in climbing to the world’s 14th highest mountain.
  B. He has been to the top of the world’s 14 highest mountains.
  C. He has become the first to climb the height of 26,545 feet.
  D. He has become the first man to climb to the top of 14 highest mountains in the
world.
33. The underlined word “hooked” in Paragraph 4 can be replaced by “______”.
  A. frightened      B. discouraged       C. interested      D. upset
34. The author used Viesturs’ words in Paragraph 6 to support a view that ____.
  A. mountain climbing is a dangerous sport
  B. mountain should be regarded as living creatures
  C. mountain climbing needs more skills than physical energy
  D. those who like mountain climbing won’t stop climbing
35. What’s the next probable plan of Viesturs?
  A. Stopping climbing and staying with his family.
  B. Climbing to the top of the world’s 14 tallest mountains again.
  C. Climbing another one of the highest mountains.
  D. Writing down the experiences about his adventure.
第二节阅读七选五(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5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。
As warming continues,scientists warn the oxygen content of oceans across the planet could be more and more reduced,with serious consequences for the future of fish and other sea life.
 36   One is the simple fact that as water gets warmer,it can hold less dissolved(溶解的)oxygen. The other reason is less obvious. The entire ocean gets its oxygen from the surface—either from the atmosphere,or from photosynthesizing algae floating at the top of the sea.  37 
Global warming is expected to reduce the mixing of the ocean by making surface seawater lighter. That's because in a warmer world we can expect more rainfall and more melting(融化)of glaciers,icebergs,and ice sheets.  38   The extra heat from the warming atmosphere will also make surface water expand and thus make it lighter still.  39   Instead,more of the oxygen will remain near the surface,where it will be used up by oxygen­breathing organisms.
A low­oxygen ocean may become an inescapable feature of our planet. A team of Danish researchers wondered how long oxygen levels would drop if we could somehow reduce our carbon dioxide emissions to zero by 2100.They determined that over the next few thousand years oxygen levels would continue to fall,until they declined by 30 percent. The oxygen would slowly return to the oceans,but even 100,000 years from now they will not have fully recovered. 40   
A.It's not known why the oxygen level of oceans has reduced.
B.Scientists point to two reasons to expect a drop in ocean oxygen.
C.Fresh water's inpouring will make the water at the ocean's surface lighter.
D.The oxygen then spreads to the deep ocean as the surface water slowly sinks.
E.Global warming has caused the reduction of the oxygen content of oceans worldwide.
F.The light surface water will be less likely to sink so the deep ocean will get less oxygen.
G.If they are right,we have every reason to worry about the major effect it has on sea life.
第三部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分30分)
第一节完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)
阅读下面短文,从短文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。
Modern inventions have speeded up people’s lives amazingly. Motor cars  41a hundred miles in more than an hour, aircraft cross the world within a day,  42  computers operate at lightning speed. Indeed, this love of  43seems never-ending. Every year motor cars are produced which go even faster and each new computer boasts(吹嘘) of  44   precious seconds in handling tasks.
All this saves time, but  45  a cost. When we lose or 46  half a day in speeding across the world in an airplane, our bodies tell us so. We get the uncomfortable feeling known as jet-lag(时差). Our bodies feel that they have been  47 behind in another time zone. Again, spending too long at  48  results in painful wrists and fingers. Mobile phones also have their dangers, according to some scientists; too much use may transmit(传播) harmful     49   into our brains, a consequence we do not like to   50  about.
However, how do we  51 the time we have saved? Certainly not relax, or so it seems. We are so accustomed to constant activity that we find it  52to sit down and do nothing or even just one thing at a  53  . Perhaps the days are long gone when we  might listen 54  to a story on the radio, letting imagination take us into  55  world.
There was a time  56  some people’s lives were devoted simply to the cultivation (耕作) of the   57  or the care of cattle. No multi-tasking (多重任务) there; their lives went on at a much gentler pace, and in a familiar pattern. There is much that we might envy about a  58of life like this. Yet before we do so, we must think of the hard tasks our ancestor  59 . Modern machinery has  60people from that primitive existence.

41 A get B cover C make D fly
42 A while B thus C when D as
43 A time B product C speed D transportation
44 A wasting B saving C losing D spending
45 A in B on C with D at
46 A gain B earn C drop D miss
47 A come B forgotten C left D felt
48 A airplanes B computers C sea D cars
49 A radiation辐射 B prevention C combination D destruction
50 A wish B think C tell D carry
51 A control B handle C do D deal
52 A good B difficult C uncomfortable D easy
53 A second B day C year D time
54 A quietly B meaningfully C enthusiastically D actively
55 A all B another C else D other
56 A what B which C where D when
57 A surface B water C land D island
58 A view B way C pathway D point
59 A faced B expressed C charged D based
60 A kept B remained C cleared D freed
第二节(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。
   With mobile phones, these problems increase. Many times you  61              ________________ (talk) with a friend, only for your friend to interrupt the conversation to answer a call.     62    some reason, a typical mobile phone call is nearly always give greater     63           (important) than a face-to-face conversation. Yet, once again, most mobile phone calls are about rather small matters. When      64          (ask) later what the call was about, your friend always answers, “Oh, nothing really”. If the call was really about ‘nothing’, then why was it so important as to interrupt your conversation and waste your precious time.
   Using the mobile phone for text messages is the    65       (bad) . In one study, girls average 80 text messages 66  day, and boys average 30. What do people talk about in text messages? While these messages always seem important at the time, most people cannot really remember    67       the next day.
Phones and text message focus on building relationships with many people. However , these relationships are often quite  68     (stability) . Many teenagers say that    69       they have a lot of friends, they really have no best friend. Meanwhile, real relationships are often sacrificed,  70 whatever personal peace one has is destroyed whenever the mobile phone rings.   
第四部分:写作(共两节,满分30分)
第一节 单句改错(共5小题;每小题1分,满分5分)
71. They also make TV accessible to people who live far way from cities and satellite dishes can often be seen distributing throughout the countryside and remote areas.
72. The project has benefited from the country in many aspects.
73. There is something important about being together and sharing life what cannot be found over a telephone wire.
74. Not only has aspirin proved vital for reducing fever and helping stop pain, but there are also other things that aspirin can help.
75. In 1999, aspirin was over 100 years old, and yet there had been more discoveries about how it can help increase the length of people’s lives.

第二节 书面表达(满分25分)
假如你是李红,最近你校学生会向即将毕业的高三学生征集旧书、二手物品,由学生会组织爱心义卖活动以资助本校经济困难的学生。请根据下面的提示,为校报英语角写一篇活动报道。
内容包括:1. 活动时间和地点;
2. 活动过程;
3. 你对活动的感悟。
注意: 1. 词数120左右;  2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。
参考词汇:义卖  charity sale
 
英语3月月考附加题答案
1--5 CCABB    6--10 ACAAB    11-15 CBCBA    16--20 BCBAC
听力原文
Text 1
M: Hello. Is Mr. Williams there, please?
W: I’m sorry. My husband isn’t home right now. Could i take a message?
M:My name is Pete Anderson. I’m calling about the company basketball match. Could you ask your husband to give me a call?
Text 2
W:I want to try out a new recipe for dinner tonight. How does potato soup sound?
M:I don’t really like potatoes. Can you try something else?
W: How about a pasta dish?
M:I’ve been trying to eat less pasta. How about green salad with some cheese on it?
Text 3
W: Excuse me. The skirt i bought yesterday was too small for my mom. Could i please exchange it for a medium size?
M: Well, the small size is 25pounds, while the medium one is 28 pounds.
Text 4
M: Your daughter is so cute! She reminds me of my little cousin, who is almost one year old. They both have really pretty hair. So, how old is she?
W:Uh... my son is one and a hald.
M: Oh, uh... sorry about that.
W: Don’t worry about it.
Text 5
M: Where is that music coming from?
W: My new speakers. I hung them up on the wall over there. They’re so small. You can barely see them.
M: The sound quality is great. Are they connected to your computer?
W: No, they’re connected to my iPhone, actually.
Text 6
M: Diana, can you give me a hand? I’m supposed to place all these new products in the display case, but they’ll never fit.
W: Yeah, i see what you mean. Bu did Ms Harper mean to put them all on display, or just one of each as a sample for the customers to see?
M: Oh, i get it. So maybe i should just select a single example of each model, instead of one of each color for each model.
W: Check with Ms. Harper first, but in my opinion, that’ the only way you’ll be able to do it.
Text 7
W: Facebook just reported that everyone in the world is only separated by an average number of three and a half people.
M: Wow. That doesn’t seem possible. I thought the number was supposed to be six. Facebook reported, actually. The report only included connections between those with a Facebook account.
M: I don’t have an account.
W: You don’t? I love Facebook. It keeps me up to date with everyone in my life.
W: That’s what i don’t like about it. I only like to know about my close friends, and i’m a very private person, so i don’t like to share my life with those i don’t know well.
Text 8
M: Have you seen any good movies lately?
W: Yes, actually. I just saw Heidi.
M: What is it about?
W: A young girl and her grandfather in Switzerland. It takes place in the late 1800s.
M: That’s not a new movie. Now i remember i saw that when i was little.
W: It’s a remake. It’s much more realistic than the first one filmed in 1937 with Shirley Temple, although that one has become a classic. Another one was made in 1952 and again in 2005. the movie is actually based on a book, and the director of the current movie stayed really true to the story. The little girl who plays Heidi was chosen from over five hundred actresses. Isn’t that amazing? She’s really talented.
M: I’d love to see it. I really enjoyed that movie as a child.
W: It’s the first film in a three-part series. I’m excited to see the next two when they come out.
Text 9
W: Please welcome August Getty to the stage! He’s a young fashion designer living in Los Angeles. He just showed his fashion collection at New York Fashion Week, and he’s only twenty years old. How did it feel to be one of the youngest designers at the event? Were you nervous?
M: It was a dream come true. I wasn’t nervous. I was just very excited. When i was a kid, i made outfits from paper and dressed spoons and forks. My biggest wish was to show my creations in New York.
W: What was your childhood like?
M: My family was very supportive. My mom let me cut up her bags to make clothes, and i lived picking out outfits for my sister to wear. My mom was also into fashion, so she encouraged me to follow my interests.
W:How would you describe the outfits you design?
M: I would say they are different, strange, and stylish. I want my outfits to be nice enough to wear to a fancy event, but i also want them to get noticed.
W:Is your real name Ausgust?
M: Yes. I was born in August, so my parents named me after the month.
W:Have you ever been out on the street and seen someone in one of your clothes?
M: I have. It’s always fun when that happens.
Text 10
   Good evening, everyone. Thank you for coming tonight. As you all know, my wife Nancy has been getting treatment for cancer. It started out as skin cancer and spread to her brain. The doctors weren’t sure that she would make it through the winter. Well, i’m pleased to announce that she is now 100% cancer-free! We don’t know exactly what happened, but the doctors think it was a combination of the medicine she was taking and the new diet she was on. Personally, i think it had more to do with her heart and her positive attitude. While this is fantastic news, it is not the main reason i invited you all to my home this evening. We have decided, Nancy and i-- to donated my entire salary to a special foundation. It is something that the two of us are starting ourselves, to give people like us a chance of beating this terrible disease. The Date and Nancy Evans Foundation cancer, but that is not going to be our focus. We think that assistance with daily tasks, advice about dealing with stress, and psychological support are just as important as everything else. We invite everyone here to learn more about our foundation. At some point soon, we’ll have a working website, but until then, just give us a call anytime. Thanks again for being here!


21. B   22.A   23. A   24. D  25.B   26. C   27. A
28. C.主旨大意:短文分别讲述了一般人,老年人,幼儿锻炼与大脑发育的紧密联系。
29.B. 短文中提到了锻炼加强记忆力,活动多的孩子和活动少的孩子脑力发育的区别等,都反映了一个内容:...exercise can make blood vessels .. in the brain, stronger and more, fully developed... this allows people who exercise to think better.
30. A。短文最后一段明确提出:And your brain can benefit from as little as two or three hours of exercise a week.
31.C.Learning some new skills or actions, such as with yoga or taichi ... for a long time.从句中我们可以看出瑜伽中有新动作新技能,它有利于打开大脑的记忆之路。
[语篇导读]这是一篇人物类短文。本文介绍了登山之王Viesturs的登山成就。他是唯一已经成功地征服了14座世界最高峰地美国人。
32.B.细节理解题;根据第一段地第二句话”But on Thursday, Viesturs became the only American to climb to the top of the world’s 14 highest mountains.”可知:Viesturs是已经成功地征服了14座世界最高峰地美国人。
33.C.词义猜测题;根据上文介绍地Viestur的登山成就推测,hooked意思为“感兴趣的”。如果是“被吓倒/泄气或不安”,就不可能取得那么辉煌的成就,显然,A /B /D几乎不符合文意。
34.B.段落主旨题;此段首句“The pioneering climber talks about mountains as if they were living creatures that should be treated with respect.”就是本段的主题;下文Viesturs所说的话是用来说明这一主题的。
35.C.细节理解题;根据文章最后一段最后一句“But for a man who’s climbed the world’s 14 tallest mountains, he will probably soon set off on yet another adventure”可得答案。
36-40 BDCFG
41—45  BACBD  46—50 ACBAC    51—55  BBDAB   56—60  DCBAD
61. have been talking   62.  for     63. importance     64. asked    65. worst
66. a    67. them   68. unstable    69.  while / although / though    70. and
71. 改distributing为distributed       72. 去掉from
72. 改what为that                 74. 在help后加with
75. 改had为have
书面表达
     On the afternoon of March 25th a charity sale was held by the Students’ Union on our school playground. Although it was hard work, students actively took part.
   In order to organize it successfully, we made full preparations. Before the sale, from the students we collected various used books, second-hand goods which were still in good condition and classified them. When the day came, students and teachers all came and took an active part in it. At the end of the activity, we raised 50,000 yuan in total. All the money we raised will go to the students from poor families in our school to help them finish their studies.
   It’s such a meaningful activity that students are all looking forward to the next charity sale.

附加题答案
改错(10分)
1. have—had                  2. 加是a big welcome                  
3. see ----- seeing                4. equipments—equipment   
5. who—which               6. aware---awareness 
7.our—us                 8. making us to 去掉to
9. skillful—skillfully                  10. how---what 或加it
语法填空(10分)
1. which2. winning      3. as      4. social     5. arising
6. was created7. on     8. popularity     9. an    10. compared 


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