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英 语 试 卷
1. What are these two people talking about?
A. A thick shirt. B. Something to wear. C. The cool weather.
2. What is the woman’s job?
A. Cook. B. Waitress. C. Manager.
3. How is the man getting to work?
A. Riding a bike. B. By bus. C. Driving.
4. What does the man mean?
A. The woman’s uncle will come for a visit.
B. He thinks the woman should visit her uncle.
C. He asks the woman to go over to his place.
5. What will the weather in Arizona be like in the coming week?
A. Rainy. B. Warm. C. A bit cold.
6. What lipstick did the woman expect to buy?
A. Lyfel, dark shade.
B. Lyfel, pink shade.
C. Lyfel, bright shade.
7. How about the lipstick the woman took in the end?
A. Its color is suitable but is very expensive.
B. Its color is right though it is not Lyfel brand.
C. Its color isn’t right but its brand is Lyfel.
8. Why is it easier for the woman to learn English?
A. She often talks to English people.
B. She speaks two languages already.
C. She always does her homework right after class.
9. Why is it difficult for the man to learn English?
A. He doesn’t talk to his English teachers.
B. There are no native speakers around him.
C. He is too shy to speak English.
10. How does the man get information about the apartment?
A. From TV advertisements.
B. From advertisements in the newspapers.
C. From radio advertisements.
11. How many bedrooms has the apartment got?
A. One. B. Two. C. Three.
12. How much will the man pay for the rent per month if he wants to include management and parking as well?
A. $ 500. B. $450. C. $550.
13. Which country is the woman going to?
A. America. B. Canada. C. Britain.
14. What is the woman afraid of when she takes her trip?
A. Taking a voyage.
B. Taking a train.
C. Taking a flight.
15. What transportation can you infer the man prefers?
A. Trains. B. Planes. C. Ships.
16. Whats the probable relationship between the two speakers?
A. Husband and wife.
B. Teacher and student.
17. What was Miss Richards?
A. A PE teacher.
B. A music teacher.
C. A science teacher.
18. What question did Miss Richards ask her students?
A. What was water?
B. What color was water?
C. Where did you wash your hands?
19. How did Miss Richards feel before Dick answered her question?
A. Disappointed and unhappy.
B. Angry and annoyed.
20. What can we learn from the passage?
A. Dick was a top student in class.
B. The students were active in class.
C. Miss Richards was rather patient.
21.My Dad did not the idea that I would go camping with my friends this weekend. He said it was dangerous for girls to live outside.
A.depend on B.approve of C.leave out D.give up
22. After the meeting was over, the secretary _____ the new workers to the master’s office.
A. aimed B. pointed C. guided D. imitated
23. I was grateful to Anna for being open and giving me the opportunity to explain and ______ the misunderstanding between us.
A. handle B. clarify C. raise D. develop
24.—Hi, I hear you’re going to London this summer vacation.
— , I was going to, but now I have changed my plan.
A.Previously B.Recently C.Absolutely D.Partly
25. At the end of the year 2010, some species of birds ddn’t survive the _____ winter in some European countries.
A. severe B. serious C. mild D. extreme
26. The only drawback of the voyage was the ______ sea, which made me very seasick.
A. calm B. rough C. patient D. tough
27.We need to spend more time researching these suggestions so that we can make a(n) choice.
A.known B.talented C.advised D.informed
28.The sentence doesn’t make any , no matter how you read it.
A.contribution B.room C.sense D.use
29. The term paper was due to December 1, but hard as he tried, he was unable to meet the _____ for it.
A. challenge B. need C. deadline D. date
30. I like to put everything so that I can find it easily.
A.in time B.in place C.in all D.in general
It was a cold winter. The day my husband fell to his death, it started to snow, just 31 any November day. His 32 , when I found it, was lightly covered with snow. It snowed almost every day for the next four months, while I sat on the couch and watched it 33 . One morning, I walked slowly 34 and was surprised to see a snow remover clearing my driveway and the bent back of a woman clearing my walk. I dropped to my knees and crawled back upstairs, 35 those good people would not see me. I was 36 . My first thought was, how would I ever 37 them? I didn’t have the 38 to brush my hair, 39 clear someone’s walk.
Before Jon’s death, I felt proud that I 40 asked for favors. I identified myself by my competence and 41 . So who was I if I was no longer capable? How could I 42 myself if I just sat on the couch every day and watched the snow fall?
Learning to receive the love and 43 from others wasn’t easy. Friends cooked for me and I cried. Finally, my friend Kathy said, “Mary, cooking for you isn’t a 44 for me; it makes me feel good to be able to do something for you.”
Over and over, I heard 45 words from the people who supported me during those 46 days. One wise man told me, “You aren’t doing nothing because being fully open to your 47 may be the hardest work you will ever do.”
I am not the person I 48 was, but in many ways I have changed for the 49 . I’ve been surprised to learn that there is incredible freedom coming form 50 one’s worst fear and walking away whole. I believe there is strength, for sure, in accepting a dark period of our life.
31．A．on B．in C．like D．for
32．A．body B．soul C．shoe D．footprint
33．A．sweep up B．drop off C．fall down D．pile up
34．A．upstairs B．downstairs C．indoors D．outdoors
35．A．so B．yet C．and D．for
36．A．delighted B．disappointed C．annoyed D．ashamed
37．A．pay B．award C．reward D．treat
38．A．courage B．strength C．spirit D．power
39．A．stand alone B．leave alone C．sit alone D．let alone
40．A．frequently B．gradually C．hardly D．uncertainly
41．A．intelligence B．independence C．excellence D．qualification
42．A．achieve B．praise C．respect D．promote
43．A．supply B．support C．contribution D．similar
44．A．burden B．job C．business D．sorrow
45．A．sensitive B．same C．considerate D．similar
46．A．blue B．rainy C．bright D．snowy
47．A．despair B．difficulty C．pain D．regret
48．A．still B．once C．even D．never
49．A．worse B．less C．more D．better
50．A．facing B．noticing C．managing D．expressing
People use their mouths for many things. They eat, talk, shout and sing. They smile and they kiss. In the English language, there are many expressions using the word “mouth.”
For example, if you say bad things about a person, the person might protest and say “Do not bad mouth me.” Sometimes, people say something to a friend or family member that they later regret because it hurts that person’s feelings. Or they tell the person something they were not supposed to tell. The speaker might say: “I really put my foot in my mouth this time.” If this should happen, the speaker might feel down in the mouth. In other words, he might feel sad for saying the wrong thing.
Another situation is when someone falsely claims another person said something. The other person might protest: “I did not say that. Do not put words in my mouth.”
Some people have lots of money because they were born into a very rich family. There is an expression for this, too. You might say such a person, “was born with a silver spoon in his mouth.” This rich person is the opposite of a person who lives from hand to mouth. This person is very poor and only has enough money for the most important things in life, like food.
Parents might sometimes withhold sweet food from a child as a form of punishment for saying bad things. For example, if a child says things she should not say to her parents, she might be described as a mouthy child. The parents might even tell the child to stop mouthing off.
But enough of all this talk. I have been running my mouth long enough.
51．In what kind of situation will a person say “Do not bad mouth me.” ?
A．When he feels down. B．When he feels regretful.
C．When he is spoken ill of. D．When he feels innocent.
52．If a person feels sorry for what he has said, he might say “ .”
A．Do not bad mouth me
B．I really put my foot in my mouth this time
C．Do not put words in my mouth
D．Stop mouthing off
53．If a person lives from hand to mouth, it implies .
A．he is badly – off B．he is hard – working
C．he is well – off D．he has enough to eat
54．By saying, “I have been running my mouth long enough”, the speaker means “ ”.
A．I have run a long way B．I have been a mouthy person
C．I have learned a lot D．I have talked too much
We would probably all be amazed if we watched a videotape of ourselves performing basically unconscious acts as we go about the business of the day. These unconscious acts consist of all the little personal habits that we don’t even think about, but definitely should. These are some of the things that present an image of who we are to others, and if we are careless in performing them, this image may well be other than we would like it to be.
Parents who insist that their children practice good manners and habits at home are doing them a great service, for these habits then become lifelong and the natural way they do things. It proves true that their unconscious actions will reflect a well-mannered person.
People who, for example, eat with both arms on the table at home will likely do so when out. Those who are lazy and slow in private will certainly be so in public. Children who are permitted to be disrespectful to their parents will follow suit with other adults, and will, most likely, become adults who are disrespectful of others. This is an area where the saying “practice makes perfect” may be applied.
There is an article about the actress, Audrey Hepburn, known for her beautiful carriage and posture. According to her biographer, her grandmother tied her neck to the back of her chair, at table, so that she would not drop down suddenly over her food, but rather would learn to put only small amounts of food on her spoon or fork and bring them to her mouth. This is a rather extreme “at home” method for the development of erect (直立的) posture, but it does illustrate the effectiveness of practicing good habits so that, when in public, they are instinctive.
55. Which of the following expresses the main idea of the passage?
A. Parents should be responsible for their children’s good habits.
B. The actress is well known for her beautiful posture.
C. We should always be aware of our manners.
D. Without good manners, one can never be perfect.
56. Those who eat with both arms on the table at home ______.
A. will probably change the habit when eating out with their relatives
B. will probably have the same habit when they have meals in the restaurant
C. will feel embarrassed when having meals with so many strangers in public
D. will always put their arms on the table no matter where they eat
57. The meaning of “practice makes perfect” in the third paragraph is ______.
A. the more practice one has, the better job he will do
B. the more perfect one is, the more practice he needs
C. if one has enough practice, he will become perfect
D. perfect makes a person practice more
58. Which of the following are NOT true?
A. If we are not careful about our unconscious acts, the images of ourselves presented to others will be quite undesirable.
B. The good habits formed in one’s childhood will benefit him throughout his life.
C. If parents do not care about the disrespectful attitude adopted by their children towards themselves, their children might be disrespectful to others.
D. It is unlikely that a well-mannered person will not embarrass himself in public.
Until recently, women in advertisements wore one of three things — an apron, an attractive dress or a frown. Although that is now changing, many women still feel angry about offending advertisements. “This ad degrades women.” they protested（抗议）.Why does this sort of advertising exist? How can advertisers and ad agencies still produce, sometimes, after months of research, advertising that offends the consumer?
The ASA, the body which deals with complaints about print media, is carrying out research into how women feel about the way they are pictured in advertisements. Its conclusions are likely to be what the advertising industry already knows: although women are often annoyed by the ads, few feel strong enough to complain.
Women are not the only victims of poor and boring stereotypes（老套）— in many TV commercials men are seen either as useless, childish fools who are unable to perform the simplest household tasks, or as inconsiderate fellows, always on the lookout for an escape to the pub. But it is women who seem to suffer more from the industry’s inability to put people into an authentic present-day situation. Yet according to Emma Bennett, director of a London advertising agency, women are not aggressive or extremely angry about those stereotypes and sexist （歧视妇女）advertising. “They just find it annoying or tiresome.”
She says that it is not advertising’s use of the housewife role that bothers women, but the way in which it is handled. “The most important thing is the advertisement’s tone of voice. Women hate being insincerely praised or given desperately down-to-earth common-sense advice.”
In the end, the responsibility for good advertising must be shared between the advertiser, the advertising agency and the consumer. Advertising does not set trends but it reflects them. It is up to the consumer to tell advertisers where they fail, and the process of change will remain slow until people on the receiving end take the business seriously and make their –feelings known.
59．Despite recent changes in attitudes, some advertisements still fail to .
A．change women’s opinions of themselves
B．show any understanding of consumers’ feelings
C．persuade the public to buy certain products
D．meet the needs of the advertising industry
60．According to the writer, the commonest fault of present-day advertising is to .
A．condemn the role of the housewife B．ignore protests about advertisements
C．present a misleading image of women D．picture the activities of men wrongly
61．Emma Bennett suggests that advertisement ought to .
A．give further emphasis to practical advice
B．change their style rather than their content
C．use male images instead of female ones
D．sing higher praise for women than before
62．We can learn from the passage that advertising industry should .
A．take its job more eagerly B．do more pioneering work
C．take notice of the public opinion D．concentrate on the products advertised
Students and Technology in the Classroom
I love my blackberry — it’s my little connection to the larger world that can go anywhere with me. I also love my laptop computer，as it holds all of my writing and thoughts. Despite this love of technology, I know that there are times when I need to move away from these devices（设备）and truly communicate with others.
On occasion, I teach a course called History Matters for a group of higher education managers. My goals for the class include a full discussion of historical themes and ideas. Because I want students to thoroughly study the material and exchange their ideas with each other in the classroom, I have a rule — no laptop, iPads, phones ,etc .When students were told my rule in advance of the class, some of them were not happy.
Most students assume that my reasons for this rule include unpleasant experiences in the past with students misusing technology. There’s a bit of truth to that. Some students assume that I am anti-technology. There’s no truth in that at all. I love technology and try to keep up with it so I can relate to my students.
The real reason why I ask students to leave technology at the door is that I think there are very few places in which we can have deep conversions and truly engage complex ideas. Interruptions by technology often break concentration and allow for too much dependence on outside information for ideas. I want students to dig deep within themselves for inspiration and ideas. I want them to push each other to think differently and make connections between the course the material and the class discussion.
I’ve been teaching my history class in this way for many years and the evaluations reflect student satisfaction with the environment that I create. Students realize that with deep conversation and challenge, they learn at a level that helps them keep the course material beyond the classroom.
I’m not saying that I won’t ever change my mind about technology use in my history class, but until I hear a really good reason for the change, I’m sticking to my plan. A few hours of technology-free dialogue is just too sweet to give up.
63. Some of the students in the history class were unhappy with _______.
A. the course material B. others’ misuse of technology
C. discussion topics D. the author’s class regulations
64. The underlined word “engage ”in paragraph 4 probably means _______.
A. explore B. accept C. change D. reject
65. According to the author, the use of technology in the classroom may _______.
A. keep students from doing independent thinking
B. encourage students to have in-depth conversations
C. help students to better understand complex themes
D. affect students’ concentration on course evaluation
66. It can be inferred from the last paragraph that the author _______.
A. is quite stubborn
B. will give up teaching history
C. will change his teaching plan soon
D. values technology-free dialogues in his class
The word “conservation” has a thrifty meaning. To conserve is to save and protect, to leave what we ourselves enjoy in such a good condition that others may also share the enjoyment. Our forefathers had no idea that human population would increase faster than the supplies of raw materials: most of them, even until very recently, had the foolish idea that the treasures were “limitless” and could “last forever”. Most of the citizens of earlier generations knew little or nothing about the complicated and delicate system that runs all through nature, and which means that, as in a living body, an unhealthy condition of one part will sooner or later be harmful to all the others.
Fifty years ago, nature study was not part of school work; scientific forestry was a new idea; wood was still cheap because it could be brought in any quantity from distant woodlands; soil destruction and river floods were not national problems; nobody had yet studied long-term climatic cycles in relation to proper land use; even the word “conservation” had nothing of the meaning that it has for us today.
For the sake of ourselves and those who will come after us, we must now set about correcting the mistakes of our forefathers. Conservation should be made part of everybodys daily life. To know about the water table (水位) in ground is just as important to us as a knowledge of the basic math formulas(公式). We need to know why all watersheds (上游集水区) need the protection of plant life and why the running current of streams and rivers must be made to give their full benefit to the soil before they finally escape to the sea. We need to be taught the duty of planting trees as well as of cutting them. We need to know the importance of big, grown trees, because living space for most of mans fellow creatures on this planet is figured not only in square measure of surface but also in cubic（立方体的） volume above the earth. In a word, it should be our goal to restore as much of the original beauty of nature as we can.
67. The authors attitude towards the use of natural resources is_________.
A. positive B. uninterested C. optimistic D. critical
68. According to the author, the greatest mistake of our forefathers was that________.
A. they had no idea about scientific forestry
B. they had little or no sense of environmental protection
C. they were not aware of the importance of nature study
D. they had no idea of how to make good use of raw materials
69. To avoid repeating the mistakes of our forefathers, the author suggests that ________.
A. we plant more trees
B. natural sciences be taught to everybody
C. environmental education be given to everybody
D. we return to nature
70. How can you understand the underlined sentence in the last paragraph?
A. Our living space on the earth is getting smaller and smaller.
B. Our living space should be measured in cubic volume.
C. We need to take some measures to protect space.
D. We must preserve good living condition for both birds and animals.
71. (建于1612年), the temple is almost 400 years old. (build)
72. The ten people _______________ (被指控) killing twelve Chinese sailors last week. (accuse)
73. Hardly (他到达) at his office when he realized he had left his report at home.(arrive)
74. A terrible accident happened on October 7th. It seemed that the driver ______________. (该受责备) (blame)
75. But for the teacher’s help, I ______________ (不可能通过) the exam. (pass)
76. — Could I look at the photos you took when you were in Beijing？
— Sorry, I ______________ (还没有把胶片冲洗出来) yet. (get)
77. Mr Johnson demanded that the problem (讨论) at the meeting next week. (discuss)
78. ________________ (每当我看到) the photos, I always think of my happiest days in Hongshan Middle School. (time)
79. If the injuries are second or third degree burns, _____________ (那是至关重要的) to get the victim to hospital at once. (vital)
80. __________________ (毫无疑问) China is one of the countries where people are feeling the happiest in the world. (doubt)
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Different people may bid for different things. _____________________________________________
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31-35CADBA 36-40DCBDC 41-45BCBAD 46-50ACBDA
51-54 A B A D 55-58CBAD 59-62BCBC 63-66DAAD 67-70DBCD
71. Built in 1612
72. were accused of
73. had he arrived
74. was to blame /should be blamed
75. I wouldn’t (couldn’t) have passed
76. haven’t got the film develpoed
78. Every time I see
79. it is vital
80. there is no doubt that
Different people may bid for different things. As for me, I want dreams, friendship and an admission notice to a famous university most.
Dreams would be on the top of my list. Only by pursuing our dreams can we enjoy a meaningful and fulfilled life. Money can buy a comfortable life, but without dreams, even a millionaire would find his life boring.
A person without friends can never be happy. Our life is full of joys and sorrows, which we need people to share with. Faced with difficulties, we need friends to give us comfort and help. Just as a saying goes, “A friend in need is a friend indeed.” Friendship can help us through ups and downs of life, so friendship would be in my list as well.
After working hard for so many years, I deserve to go to a good university, because being admitted to a famous university can help me live up to my parents’ expectations and bring me a bright future.