2013年高二上学期期中考试英语试题(带答案)

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2013年高二上学期期中考试英语试题(带答案)

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1. _1__.If you give and give without making time to fill your own nee ds, then it’s likely you will burn out, or feel upset . When you take and take without giving back, you never feel fulfilled, so you are always searching for ways to fill the void in your life.
The way to create a healthy balance between giving and receiving is to know and then live by your values. I break values up into two groups which I call being and having values. __2__I suggest to my clients that they choose three being values that are willing to make a commitment to live by. An example of some being values are :kind, loving, generous, inspirational, peaceful, wise and even powerful. By acting on these values you give to others through your actions and you inspire others by being a positive role model. Mastering being these character traits becomes your life purpose.
__3__.These could be companionship, achievement, and support, being valued or financial security. This is what you receive. You take responsibility for filling your own needs by taking steps to create these feelings and conditions in your life.
When you make a commitment to live by your being values, it becomes easier to make conscious choices rather than reaction ary ones. If your usual pattern is to talk about your problems, you could choose to think and act like a calm person. _4__.If your usual pattern is to worry, you could choose to act like a responsible or wise person. In other words, you would act like the person you choose to be ---this is the key to personal power.
When you choose to act on your values, you not only feel good about yourself, you reinforce your chosen beliefs. ___5___.
A.Young people have a different set of values.
B.You feel that you have a responsibility to help  them.
C.Your having values are the feelings you need to create in order to be happy.
D.Your being values are the character traits (特征,特点)of the ideal person you would  like to be.
E. You feel happiest when you create a healthy balance between giving and receiving.
F. A calm person might go for a walk, meditate, or set a time limit before responding.
G. Over time acting in this way changes how you see the world , and in turn the way other people think of you.

2. Why have you been so successful in reaching some of your goals, but not others? If you aren't sure, you are far from alone in your confusion. It turns out that even brilliant, highly accomplished people are pretty lousy when it comes to understanding why they succeed or fail. Th e intuitive answer  — that you are born predisposed to certain talents and lacking in others — is really just one small piece of the puzzle. In fact, decades of research on achievement suggests that successful people reach their goals not simply because of who they are, but more often because of what they do. 1
1. Get specific. When you set yourself a goal, try to be as specific as possible. "Lose 5 pounds" is a better goal than "lose some weight," because it gives you a clear idea of what success looks like.2 Also, think about the specific actions that need to be taken to reach your goal.
2. 3
Given how busy most of us are, and how many goals we are juggling at once, it's not surprising that we routinely miss opportunities to act on a goal because we simply fail to notice them. Did you really have no time to work out today? No chance at any point to return that phone call? Achieving your goal means grabbing hold of these opportunities before they slip through your fingers.
3. Know exactly how far you have left to go.
Achieving any goal also requires honest and regular monitoring of your progress — if not by others, then by you yourself. If you don't know how well you are doing, you can't adjust your behavior or your strategies accordingly.4
It is my hope that, after reading about the nine things successful people do differently, you have gained some insight into all the things you have been doing right all along. Remember:5. It's never what you are, but what you do.
Wait for opportunities to appear
Seize the moment to act on your goals
Here are things successful people do differently
Next I’ll talk about my own experience on how to achieve success
You don’t need to become a different person to become a more successful one
Check your progress frequently-weekly, or even daily, depending on the goal
Knowing exactly what you want to achieve keeps you motivated until you get there

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3. --Who should be responsible for the accident?
   --The boss,not the workers.They just carried out the order___________.
A.as told     B.as are told   C.as telling   D.as they told

4. Scientists have created the world’s smallest “snowman”, _______ about a fifth of the width of a human hair. (   )
  A. measuring        B. measures           C. measured         D. to measure

5. By no means ______.(  )
   A. did what he say true  B. what he said was true
   C. was he said true   D. was what he said true

6. The manager promised  to keep us _____ of how our business was going on. (   )
A. informed   B. informing   C. being informed D. to be informed

7. So difficult __________it to live in an English-speaking country that I determined to learn English. (   )
A.I have felt B.have I felt C.I did feel  D.did I feel
8. — Did you know any Chinese, Joyce, before you arrived in Beijing?
— In fact, never _______ it. (   )
A. have I learned   B. I have learned  C. had I learned  D. I had learned

9. Only by imagining and creating ____ a difference. (   )
A.can make B.you can make C.make D.can you make
10. __________, it wont’ be the only factor concerning your happiness. (   )
A. As the result of the exam might be important
B. As import ant the result of the exam might be
C Important as might the result of the exam be
D. Important as the result of the exam might be
11. _____ that quite a lot of people were out of work. (   )
A.So became serious the global economic crisis
B.So serious became the global economic crisis
C.So serious did the global economic crisis become
D.Serious the global economic crisis became so
12. Small sailboats can easily turn over in the water ________.(   )
A.if not managed carefully B.if are not managed carefully
C.unless not managed carefully D.unless are not managed carefully
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13. He found an ______boy in the bush.(受伤)
14. I can’t________(精神集中)on my studies with all that noise going on.
15. The ocean and seas __________ (环绕)the islands are deep blue.
16. The c______ (建设)of our new school will take two years.

17. The main _____(吸引力) of the place is the beautiful scenery.
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18. When I was in Grade 7, I helped at a local hospital in my town. Most of the time I spent there was with Mr Gillespie. He never had any (1)________ , and nobody seemed to care about his(2)________ .
     I spent many days there holding his hands and talking to him, (3)________ anything that needed to be done. He became a close friend of mine, (4)________ he responded with only an occasional squeeze of my hand. Mr Gillespie was in a coma (昏迷).
     I (5)________ for a week on vacation with my parents, and when I came back, Mr Gillespie was (6)________ . I didn't have the (7)________ to ask any of the nurses where he was, for fear they might (8)________ me he had died.
     Several (9)________ later, when I was a junior in a high school, I was at the gas station when I noticed a familiar face. When I (10)________ who it was, my eyes filled with tears. He was (11)________ ! I walked up to him to ask if his name was Mr Gillespie. With uncertain (12)________ on his face, he replied yes. I (13)________ how I knew him, and that I had spent many hours talking with him in the hospital. His eyes welled up with tears, and he gave me the warmest hug I had ever (14)________ .
     He began to tell me how, (15)________ he lay there, he could hear me talking to him and could (16)________ me holding his hands the whole time. Mr Gillespie (17)________ believed that it was my voice and (18)________ that had kept him alive.
      Although I haven't (19)________ him since, he fills my heart with (20)________ every  day. I know that I made a difference between his life and his death.
 (  ) 1. A. visitors       B. relatives     C. patients      D. friends
 (  ) 2. A. interest       B. requirement   C. condition     D. thought
 (  ) 3. A. talking about  B. looking for   C. pointing out  D. helping with
 (  ) 4. A. so that        B. even though   C. soon after    D. just as
 (  ) 5. A. left           B. returned      C. turned        D. arrived
(  ) 6. A. dead            B. mad           C. gone          D. excited
(  ) 7. A. fight           B. chance        C. nerve         D. time
(  ) 8. A. cheat           B. tell          C. remind        D. warn
(  ) 9. A. days            B. weeks         C. months        D. years
(  ) 10. A. realised       B. wondered      C. heard         D. asked
(  ) 11. A. great          B. alive         C. successful    D. lucky
(  ) 12. A. way            B. look          C. seeing        D. answer
(  ) 13. A. apologised     B. remembered    C. explained     D. admitted
(  ) 14. A. dreamed        B. shown         C. wanted        D. received
(  ) 15. A. because        B. if            C. unless        D. as
(  ) 16. A. notice         B. feel          C. imagine       D. appreciate
(  ) 17. A. hardly         B. immediately   C. firmly        D. wrongly
(  ) 18. A. humour         B. encouragement C. touch         D. treatment
(  ) 19. A. forgotten      B. called        C. missed        D. seen
(  ) 20. A. joy            B. regret        C. respect       D. sympathy

 When I reached the hotel, I went __15__ to my room and rested there until it was time for dinner. Then I went down to the dining room and __16__ a drink. I had barely raised the glass to my lips __17__ an all too familiar voice greeted me. I had not escaped from the tiresome neighbor __18__! He grasped me warmly by the hand and insisted that we __19__ a table in the dinning-room. “This is a pleasant __20__,” he said. “I never expected to see you again after all these years.”
1.A.reach  B.extend  C.stretch  D.loosen
2.A.exchanging  B.changing  C.talking through  D.talking about
3.A.fruit stand  B.department store  C.bus stop D.station platform
4.A.the station  B.my seat  C.the waiting room  D.the office
5.A.talker  B.poet   C.speaker  D.hero
6.A.get rid of  B.take care of   C.get away from  D.pay attention to
7.A.happy  B.afraid  C.sorry  D.content
8.A.so  B.no  C.not  D.nor
9.A.holiday  B.school day  C.work day  D.conversation
10.A.very B.too C.so D.much
11.A.get on  B.stay on C.catch  D.get off
12.A.found  B.gave  C.offered D.stopped
13.A.good luck  B.nice choice  C.narrow escape  D.bad fortune
14.A.keep in touch with  B. run into
C.knock down   D. catch up with
15.A.carelessly  B.aimlessly  C.idly D.straight
16.A.ordered  B.requested C.fetched  D.asked
17.A.while  B.before  C.when  D.after
18.A.above all  B.after all  C.first of all  D.in all
19.A.spare  B.rent  C.reserve  D.share
20.A.surprise  B.interview  C.appointment D.party
20. People do not analyze every problem they meet. Sometimes they try to remember a solution from the last time they had a   1  problem. They often accept the opinion or ideas of other people. Other times they begin to act without thinking; they try to find a solution by trial and error.?  2  ,?when all of these methods fail, the person with a problem has to start analyzing. There are six   3  in analyzing a problem.
  4  the person must recognize that there is a problem. For example, Sam’s bicycle is broken,  and he cannot ride it to class as he usually does. Sam must   5  that there is a problem with his bicycle.
Next the person must find the problem. Before Sam can repair his bicycle, he must know why it does not work. For example, he must   6  the parts that are wrong.
Now the person must look for   7  that will make the problem clearer and lead to   8  solutions. For example, suppose Sam decides that his bike does not work because there is something wrong with the brakes.  9  ,he can look in his bicycle repair book and read about brakes,  10  his friends at the bike shop, or look at his brakes carefully.
After   11  the problem, the person should have   12  suggestions for a possible solution. Take Sam as an example   13  ,his suggestions might be: tighten or loosen the brakes; buy new brakes and change the old ones.
In the end, one   14  seems to be the solution to the problem. Sometimes the   15  idea comes quite   16  because the thinker suddenly sees something new or sees something in a  17   way. Sam, for example, suddenly sees there is a piece of chewing gum(口香糖) stuck to a brake. He   18  hits on the solution to his problem: he must  19  the brake.
Finally the solution is   20  .Sam does it and finds his bicycle works perfectly. In short he has solved the problem.
1.A.serious   B.usual    C.similar    D.common
2.A.Besides   B.Instead    C.Otherwise   D.However
3.A.ways    B.conditions   C.stages    D.orders
4.A.First         B.Usually   
C.In general        D.Most importantly
5.A.explain   B.prove    C.show    D.see
6.A.check   B.determine   C.correct    D.recover
7.A.answers   B.skills    C.explanation   D.information
8.A.possible   B.exact    C.real    D.special
9.A.In other words       B.Once in a while
C.First of all        D.At this time
10.A.look for   B.talk to    C.agree with   D.depend on
11.A.discussing  B.settling down  C.comparing with  D.studying
12.A.extra   B.enough    C.several     D.countless
13.A.secondly   B.again    C.also    D.alone
14.A.suggestion  B.conclusion   C.decision   D.discovery
15.A.next    B.clear    C.final    D.new
16.A.unexpectedly  B.late    C.clearly    D.often
17.A.simple   B.different   C.quick    D.sudden
18.A.fortunately  B.easily    C.clearly    D.immediately
19.A.clean   B.separate   C.loosen    D.remove
20.A.recorded   B.completed   C.tested    D.accepted
21. The other day as I talked with a friend I    1    a story that I heard this summer.”A{n}  2   person, seeing a butterfly struggling to free itself from its cocoon, and wanting to help, very   3   loosed the filaments (细丝) to form a(n)  4  . The butterfly was freed, got out of the   5  , and moved its wings about   6   could not fly. What the sympathetic person did not know was that only through the   7   struggle can the wings grow strong enough for flight. Its shortened life was spent   8  ; it never knew freedom,   9   really lived.”
I call it learning to love with an open hand. It is a   10   which has come slowly to me and has been wrought (锤炼)  in the fires of pain and in the waters of patience. I am learning that I must   11   the one I love, for if I hold firmly and try to control , I shall lose what I try to control    12  .
As I learn and practice more and more, I can say to the one I love, “I love you, I value you, I respect you and I trust that you have the   13   to become all that it is possible for you to become — if I don’t   14   your way. I love you so much that I can set you free to walk beside me in   15   and in sadness. I will   16   your tears but I will not ask you not to cry. I will care and   17   you, but I will not hold you up when you can walk alone. I will try to listen to your meaning   18   your word, but I shall not always agree. I can not   19   be with you or hear what you say for there are times   20   I must listen to myself and care for myself.”
1.  A. created      B. recalled  C. wrote      D. repeated
2.  A. sympathetic     B. curious  C. apologetic     D. angry
3.  A. kindly          B. carefully  C. cautiously  D. gently
4.  A. closing      B. opening  C. admission  D. permission
5.  A. filaments   B. wings   C. cocoon   D. shell
6.  A. and    B. or   C. but    D. while
7.  A. faith    B. birth   C. death   D. worth
8.  A. on the ground B. in the air  C. in the water  D. in the trees
9.  A. ever    B. always  C. constantly  D. never
10. A. practicing   B. learning  C. struggling  D. teaching
11. A. free    B. praise  C. value   D. open
12. A. win    B. love   C. earn    D. hold
13. A. confidence  B. will   C. strength   D. courage
14. A. get in    B. get out of  C. get away from D. get off
15. A. disappointment B. wonder  C. fun    D. joy
16. A. enjoy    B. sympathize C. share    D. criticize
17. A. atte nd   B. comfort  C. trust    D. believe
18. A. as long as   B. as far as     C. as well as   D. as much as
19. A. quickly   B. immediately C. always   D. simply
20. A. where    B. when   C. why    D. which

22. One day, a poor boy who was trying to pay his way through school by selling goods door to door found that he only had one dime (一角银币) left. He was hungry so he decided to    1    for a meal at the next house. However, he lost his nerve when a lovely young woman opened the door.    2    a meal he asked for a drink of water. She thought he looked    3    so she brought him a large glass of milk. He drank it slowly, and then asked, “How much do I   4    you?” “You don’t owe me anything,” she replied, “Mother has taught me never to accept    5    for a kindness.” He said, “Then I thank you from the bottom of my heart.” As Howard Kelly left that house, he not only felt stronger    6   , but it also increased his faith in God and the human race. He was about to give up and    7    before this point. Years later the young woman became critically ill. The    8    doctors were baffled (阻挡). They finally sent her to the big city, where specialists can be called in to study her    9    disease. Dr. Howard Kelly, now    10   was called in for the consultation (会诊). When he heard the name of the town she came from, a(an)    11   light filled his eyes.    12  , he rose and went down through the hospital hall into her room. Dressed in his doctor’s gown he went in to see her. He    13   her at once. He went back to the    14   room and determined to do his best to save her life. From that day on, he gave special    15   to her case.
After a long struggle, the battle was    16  . Dr. Kelly requested the business office to pass the final bill to him for approval. He looked at it and then    17   something on the side. The bill was sent to her room. She was    18   to open it because she was sure that it would take the rest of her life to pay it off. Finally she looked, and the note on the side of the bill    19   her attention. She read these words…
“Paid in full with a glass of    20  .”
(Singed) Dr. Howard Kelly
Tears of joy flooded her eyes as she prayed silently: “Thank you, God. Your love has spread through human hearts and hands.”
46.A. ask B. beg C. wait D. look
47. A. Because of B. In front of C. In case of D. Instead of
48. A. upset B. thirsty C. hungry D. sad
49. A. owe B. cost C. lend D. own
50. A. offer B. pay C. help D. thanks
51. A. quickly B. mentally C. physically D. warmly
52. A. quit B. continue C. retire D. surrender
53. A. local B. poor C. kind D. cruel
54. A. common B. ordinary C. rare D. scarce
55. A. old B. famous C. unknown D. retired
56. A. strange B. special C. poor D. angry
57. A. Suddenly B. Generally C. Unfortunately D. Immediately
58. A. called          B. recognized C. remembered D. found
59. A. waiting B. treating C. information D. consultation
60. A. interest B. food C. attention           D. effort
61. A. defeated B. won C. lost D. completed
62.  A. changed B. read C. crossed D. wrote
63. A. excited B. afraid C. nervous D. surprised
64. A. caught B. called C. paid D. caused
65. A. water   B. coffee    C. milk     D. ice cream
 
 
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23. HOW TO BOOK
 Booking opens for Beckett Shorts on 8 September.
BY TELEPHONE
 For credit card(信用卡)bookings. Calls are answered.
BOX OFFICE
 01789 295623  9 a.m. — 8 p. m.(Mon—Sat)
 0541 541051(24 hours, 7 days, no booking charge)
BY FAX
 For credit card booking. Please allow least 48 hours for reply, if required.
BOX  OFFICE
 01789 261974 or 01862 387765
BY POST
 Please enclose(附上)a cheque or credit card details together with an SAE(Self-Addressed Envelope, 回信用信封) or add 50p to the total amount(总额)to cover postage. Please send to the Box Office. RST. Startford-upon-Avoe, CV37 6BB.
 Booking opens for all other plays on 19 September
IN PERSON
BOX OFFICE
 RST hall, 9:30 a.m. — 8 p.m.(Mon—Sat)(6p.m. when theatres are closed)
OVERSEAS BOOKING
 The easiest method of payment is by credit card. You can also pay by Euro-cheque(up to £500)with your card number written on the back.
PAYING FOR YOUR TICKETS
CREDIT CARDS
 We accept Visa, Master Card, American Express and Diners Club, Please give the card number, name and address of cardholder.
CHEQUES
 Cheques and postal orders should be payable to: Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
1. In which of the following ways of booking does one probably have to pay extra money?
A. In person  B. By telephone  C. By fax    D. By post
2. One has to wait for 2 days or longer for a reply if he/she pays_________.
A. in person  B. by telephone  C. by fax    D. by post
3. What is useful number to call at 11 a.m. Sunday?
A. 01789 295623 B. 0541 541051  C. 01789 261974 D. 01862 387765

24.
Bugs Bunny’s Hoping Carrot Hunt
In this game you are Bugs Bunny. And your goal is to reach the finish line. A carrot truck has spilled its cargo(货物)! Gather as many carrots as you can, and when you get the big carrot, you’ll be able to jump even higher!
Instructions: Use the mouse to move Bugs left and right, and click to jump a gap while gathering carrots.
Category: Action

Mushroom Madness
You are in charge of protecting several farms. It’s up to you to make sure the mushrooms there reach maturity before the animals in the forest get their hands on them. Use your swatter(苍蝇拍) to fight off anything that comes near them; use heavier weapons if necessary.
Instructions: Slap any creature that conies near your mushrooms. Use the mouse to control the swatter. If you see a “power up”, click to use it. Collect coins to buy upgrades after each level.
Category: Action


Click Flick
Your mission is to save chicks falling from the sky. Use your trampoline(蹦床) to bounce them up and direct them into a nest. But hurry—if you don’t, many chicks will fall and lose their lives. There will be falling bombs, worms, nuts and eggs and you can get extra points by collecting the worms and nuts. Save the amount of chicks shown to unlock the next level!
Instructions: Move the chicks left and right using keys or the mouse.
Category: Adventure
1. If a player has collected some worms and nuts, he _____.
 A. is playing Mushroom Madness           B. will lose the game quite soon
 C. will get 10 points for each one           D. will get extra points and get ahead
2. Which of the following statements about the games is TRUE according to the passage?
 A. Bugs Bunny needs to be fast to win the game.
 B. All four games are in the same category.
 C. Players can only use the mouse to control the targets.
 D. The number of elves decides whether a player wins.
3. If a player wants to become stronger to drive animals away, he should try to _____.
 A. find a “power up” or use heavier weapons
 B. collect falling bombs as quickly as possible
 C. click the elf while it’s in the air
 D. get the big carrot while running
4. In which game are there obstacles you must avoid?
 A. Bugs Bunny’s Hopping Carrot Hunt.     B. Mushroom Madness.
 C. Rudolph’s Kick and Fly.                D. Click Flick.

25. We often see wind-horse flags in Tibetan areas. They are long cloths on which pictures of horses and scriptures(经文)are printed. People often put these flags on top of houses, or leave them where a vehicle accident happened. They prevent evil spirits from injuring people again.
    A wind-horse flag can be white, yellow, red, green or blue. These five colors symbolize the five elements that form the world; earth, water, fire, wind and sky. Another explanations that red is the sun, green is the grassland, yellow is the earth, blue is the sky, and white is the cloud.
    The wind-horse flag originated with a monk who obtained a scripture from India. When he crossed a river, he carelessly dropped the scripture into the water. He quickly saved the scripture and spread it out on a big rock to dry as he sat in meditation(默想). Suddenly violent thunder sounded like drums. The monk felt liberated(解放的)from all of his sadness, and when he opened his eyes he saw that the scripture had been blown into the sky by a strong wind. Finally, he went straight to heaven.
In order to honor the spirit of the monk and the Buddhist scripture, people printed the scripture on a piece of cloth and hung it up between the sky and the earth as though the scripture was flying in the sky.
    We also know why people put the wind-horse flag on the top of mountains and houses. The Tibetan ancestors had a very great idea about chanting scripture. They thought people not only could chant scripture, but also the five elements. The wind-home flag is a good example of how they use the wind to blow the flag, which means that the wind also chants scripture.
1. The second paragraph is mainly about the wind-horse flag’s ________.
    A. colors         B. styles            C. materials         D. functions
2. What happened when the monk meditated?
    A. He felt very sad about his mistake.     B. The scripture was blown into the sky.
    C. He was punished by the gods.         D. Many wind-house flags were flying.

3. According to the passage, the origin of the wind-horse flag is based on ________.
    A. a historical event                   B. an ancient custom
    C. a religious tale                     D. a vehicle accident
4. Why do people put wind-horse flags on the top of mountains and houses?
    A. The wind-house flags are safer there.
    B. The wind-house flags can be nearer to the sky.
    C. People can see the wind-house flags more clearly.
    D. People believe the wind can also chant scripture.
26. Researchers have identified an area in the brain that alerts us in less than a second to an upcoming mistake so we don’t repeat it.
Scientists have long known that mistakes are conducive to learning, suggesting the reason lies in our feeling of surprise which happens as soon as we find out we are wrong. But how the brain manages to learn from mistakes and how quickly it does so have been unknown.
“It’s a bit of a cliché (陈词滥调) to say that we learn more from our mistakes than our successes,” said lead author of the study Andy Wills, a psychologist at the University of Exeter, “but for the first time we’ve found just how quickly the brain works to help us avoid repeating errors.”
The scientists monitored the brain activity of a group of volunteers as they made predictions based on information read on a computer screen. Then, they were given new information that made many of the predictions incorrect. The participants had to learn from the mistake in order to recognize the error next time around.
The researchers measured activity in the lower region of the brain, near the temples(太阳穴), which is responsible for processing visual information. “By monitoring activity in the brain as it occurs, we were able to identify the moment at which this mechanism comes into action,” Wills said. Activity increased immediately after the individual saw the new information appear on the computer screen — within 0.1 seconds — before there was time for any conscious consideration.
Most previous research had focused on the brain’s frontal lobes (额叶), which are associated with complex thought processes, such as planning and conscious decision-making. This study, announced recently and published in the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, indicates the brain reacts to mistakes before information even gets processed consciously. The scientists call it an “early warning signal” from a lower region of the brain.
1. What does the text mainly tell us?
A. Brain can quickly warn us of potential errors.
B. Brain manages information in different ways.
C. Study has found why people make mistakes.
D. Study has proved any mistake can be avoided.
2. The underlined word “conducive” in Para. 2 probably means “______”.
A. necessary          B. helpful            C. particular           D. harmful
3. According to the text, the frontal lobes ______.
A. prevent us from making repeated mistakes
B. oversee thought processes in the brain
C. have nothing to do with making mistakes
D. have something to do with processing conscious information
4. It can be inferred from the text that one key to the study is ______.
A. the volunteers’ brain is in good health
B. the mistake first impresses the volunteers
C. many of the volunteers predict wrongly
D. information is showed on a computer screen
5. Which of the following is NOT true, according to the text?
A. We have known how quickly our brains work to help us avoid repeating mistakes.
B. It’s well known that mistakes benefit us more than successes do.
C. Mistakes are always recognized before conscious consideration.
D. A lower region of the brain is the reporter of possible mistakes.
27. The year 2009 is the Year of Ox. The ox is a representative of the farming culture of China. In the farming economy (经济), oxen are the major animals pulling plows (犁).
Of course, the good of oxen is not limited to plowing. In fact, they are seen as “boats_on_land” for their ability to carry loads. Besides, the whole body of an ox is full of treasures. Their meat and milk are food full of nutrition, and their skin can be used to make clothes and shoes. With all these qualities, oxen are regarded as generous creatures.
In the past, oxen played an important role in the spiritual life of the Chinese. Even today, oxen still play a special part in some folk activities. For example, some people who live in southwest China will cook cattle bone soup and share it among family members when holding the ceremony for children who reach 13. They believe that the cattle bone soup represents the blood relationship among family members. In order to express their love for oxen, people in some other areas will run to shake off diseases on the 16th day of the first month by the lunar calendar (农历), and during their run they will take their oxen along,which indicates they regard the creature as human.
Because of the contribution of oxen in their lives, the Chinese people are very grateful to the animal. In addition, the use of oxen in ceremonies and the thanks people owe to oxen help to develop various traditional customs,  which becomes an important part of the folk culture of the Chinese nation.
1.The words “boats on land” underlined in Paragraph 2 refer to________.
A. animals for taking goods     B. creatures for pulling plows
C. treasures of the folk culture    D. tools in the farming economy
2.From the third paragraph, we know that________.
A. oxen are no more important today than in the past
B. ceremonies are held when people cook cattle bone soup
C. oxen are treated as human in some areas of China
D. people run with oxen to shake off diseases every month
3.Which of the following helps to develop traditional customs?
A. The special role of oxen in farming.  B. People’ s respect and love for oxen.
C. The practical value of an ox’s body.   D. The contribution of oxen to the economy.
4.Why does the author write the text?
A. To stress the importance of oxen in farming.
B. To introduce the Chinese folk culture.
C. To describe how to celebrate the Year of Ox.
D. To explain how to develop agriculture with oxen.
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 六、短文改错

28. It would be difficult to imagine modern life with 1 ________
the telephone. It has become an useful instrument of  2 ________
communication, save much time and travel by enabling  3 ________
people to talk to one another over great distances. 4 ________
Nowadays it is as easy to talk cross a continent, 5 ________
or even overseas, it is to talk to one's next-door 6 ________
neighbor. Therefore, it is in emergencies  7 ________
which the telephone really proves its usefulness. When 8 ________
there is a fire , and when someone is suddenly ill , the  9 ________
first thing one thinks of it is " Where is the nearest telephone?" 10 ________

29. One night a family came to our house and asked for any rice.  1. ______
I took some rice and went out directly to give them. When I final       2. ______
came to the family, and I saw the faces of those little children.     3. ______
I gave the rice to the mother. She divided it into two and went out, 4. ______
carried half the rice with her. I was confused and asked her,         5. ______
“Where did you go?” She gave me a simple question, “To my    6. ______
neighbor—they are also hungry.” I was not surprised this because 7. ______
poor people are generous. And I was surprised that she knew      8. ______
they were hungry. As the rule, when we are suffering, we are so  9. ______
focused on ourselves that we had no time for others.              10. ______

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 七、书面表达

30. 你在网络上读到一篇关于“九零后”的文章,引发了你对这个话题的思考,于是你打算以 “Post-90’s generation, a successful or an unsuccessful generation?”为题,写一篇短文,谈谈你的看法,内容包括:
“九零后”的缺点 “九零后”的优点  “九零后”该怎么样生活
1.依赖性强;
2.自私;
3.贪图过舒适的生活等。 1.渴望了解周围的世界;
2.思想独立;
3.有很多新观念等。 
...... 

注意:1.必须包括表格中的所有内容;
2.为了使文章通顺完整,可以适当增加内容;
3.词数:100左右。
Post-90’s generation, a successful or an unsuccessful generation?


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31.     假设你是学校学生会的一员,为了保护我们的地球家园,你发出了低碳生活的倡议,并制作了如下图的海报。
 
请根据海报内容及一下要点写一份倡议书。
[写作内容]
1.低碳生活在节约资源,保护环境中起着越来越重要的作用。
2.我们可以养成这些低碳生活习惯。
3.  提出呼吁。

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 八、英汉互译

32. __________________________________(到英国的高中上学)for one year was a very enjoyable and experienced for me.

33. 我不想去参加这次讲座是因为我对于哲学不感兴趣。

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 九、判断正误

34.  She could hard resist laughing at the businessman.
35.  The situation is very difficult to be dealt with.
36.  She is very particular to her appearance.
37.  The country life he was used to changing greatly since 199
38. Dear Sun Yanz,
I’d like tell you I’m your fun. I like listening your songs very much . It is true that when I was sad, they make me happy and cheerful , especially my favorite song named The Rainy Day. Comparing to The Rainy Day, another song recorded in 2004 sounds very well. It is The First Day , who always gives me encouragement. I like you, and I like your song. In her opinion, your songs are great and will be quite popular for the long time . There has no doubt that you are my lifelong super star. I think I will support you forever.
                                                       Yours,
                                                        Li Wei
 
 
 十、短语填空

39. The world ____________ seven continents(大洲) and four oceans (海洋).

40. It’s impolite to ______ others.
41. Printing____________(传入) Europe from China.

42. It seemed that the teacher ____________(对……满意)his answer, for his head was nodding with satisfaction all the time.

43. Influenza usually ________in winter because of the cold weather.
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 十一、句型转换

44.  Both her parents and Lily have visited the Great Wall twice.
                 her parents                 Lily has visited the Great Wall twice.
45. The fighter wrote a long moving poem in honor of his best friend, who died in the war.
The fighter wrote a long moving poem               his best friend, who died in the war.
 
参考答案
 
7.【答案】D
【解析】考查倒装句。以“so + 形容词”开头的句子要用部分倒装,可排除A、C; 由 determined 可知用一般过去时。
8.【答案】C

【解析】C考查倒装句及时态

9.【答案】D
【解析】此题考查的是倒装句,only + 状语放在句首使用部分倒装,助动词往前提,因此选D 。
10.【答案】D
【解析】这题考查as引导倒装句,做让步状语从句的用法:结构是:adj./adv..v./n.+as/though+主谓,所以选D,句意是:虽然考试成绩很重要但不是关乎幸福的唯一因素。
11.【答案】C
【解析】考查倒装句。So adj/sdv 放在句首,后面使用部分倒装句。排除ABD
12.【答案】A
【解析】考查状语从句的省略。当状语从句的主语和主句的主语一致的时候,可以把状语从句的主语和系动词一起省略,本题if的后面省略了they are.句意:如果没有被小心处理,小小的船很容易就会翻掉。故A正确。
三、单词拼写
13.【答案】injured
【解析】
14.【答案】concentrate
【解析】
15.【答案】surrounding
【解析】

16.【答案】construction

【解析】

17.【答案】attraction
【解析】
四、完形填空
18.【答案】1-20 ACDBA CCBDA BBCDD BCCDA

19.【答案】1-10 CADBA CCDAB 11-20 DACBD ACBDA
【解析】这是一篇记叙文。作者不喜欢爱唠叨的前邻居,他已搬家,这是一件大好事。作者外出度假在火车上与他不期而遇,幸好作者还是侥幸逃脱了他的唠叨。令他没有想到的是,在他住宿的旅馆里又碰面了,真可谓“冤家路窄”。
1.C    我走到过道里去伸伸腿。stretch one’s legs:伸伸腿 ,引申为放松一下。
2.A    与一个原来在站台上遇到的乘客聊了几句。exchange a few words with:与……说了几句话。change 改变;talk sth. through 畅叙衷肠;talk about sth. 谈论某事。
3.D    由上文得知:火车站站台。
4.B    由上文“走到过道里”,很显然此处指“回到座位上去”。
5.A    从下文可知:我原来的邻居是个爱唠叨的人。
6.C    他一开始和你讲话,你就要花上几个小时才能把他甩开。get away from:走开,躲开。
7.C    他搬走,我根本不觉得遗憾。
8.D    从上文We had not met since then可知,此处是倒装句,所以将否定词置于句首。
9.A    由上文可知,这时我的假期就要开始了。
10.B    此处是too…to 句型,表示“忙于谈话没有看见我”。
11.D    我很快走回到车厢,把它们搬到走道的另一端,以做好准备,火车一停就下去。the far end of the corridor走廓的远端。get off 下车。
12.A    搬运工立刻给我找来了出租车。find sb. sth给某人找来某物。
13.C    我乘车去我在郊区的小旅馆的路上,为我能侥幸逃走而宽慰在舒了一口长气。a narrow escape 侥幸逃脱。
14.B    run into碰到,不期而遇。句意为:我不大可能再碰到我那令人厌恶烦的邻居了。
15.D    我直接往自己的房间走去。
16.A    (在旅馆娱乐室或饭店)点菜或其它东西,常用order。此处意为:要了一杯饮料。
17.C    我刚举到嘴边,就听到一个再熟悉不过的声音向我打招呼,用when表示“突然”。
18.B    从上文可知:我终究没有逃出这位烦人的邻居手掌。
19.D    并主张我们在一起用餐。
20.A    由下文I never expected to see you again after all these years可知:这的确是件惊奇的事。
20.【答案】CDCAD BDADB  DCBAC  ABDAC
【解析】1. 从上文的提示“try to remember  a solution from the last time”,表明人们一旦遇上类似的问题,首先想到的是上次碰到这类问题的解决办法。只有问题“类似”,才会想到“上一次”的办法。
2.下文用however表示转折,表明作者观点:有时靠老办法往往不灵,于是人们便开始分析问题,寻找新的解决途径。
3. 从下文的列举看,作者讲的是解决问题的六个阶段,且层层深入(stage:a period in a course of events),而不是在阐述解决问题的六个办法、条件、顺序。
4. 下文next,finally等表明作者在列举分析问题、解决问题的几个步骤,故填first(首先),与下文呼应。
5. 作为分析的第一步,Sam必须查看自行车的毛病出在哪儿。see在此的含义是:examine or recognize by looking。
6. determine在这里意为“断定、确定”的意思,因为只有断定哪个部分有问题,才会找到针对性的解决办法。
7. 下文he can look in his bicycle repair book and read about brakes,talked to his friends at the bike shop,表明Sam是在查找有关自行车修理的资料和信息。
8.A 此时的解决方案尚未确定,故只能是possible solutions,下文a possible solution有暗示。
9. at this time表示Sam断定车闸出了毛病的同时即查找修理车闸的资料。
10. 此处用talk to表明Sam与自行车店的朋友通过交谈了解修理自行车车闸的有关资料、信息。
11. 上文Sam所做的一切均属于studying(学习、研究)的行为。
12.下文所举的tighten or loosen the brakes;buy new brakes and change the old ones表明此处应填several。
13. 作者再次以Sam修自行车为例,说明确定问题所在之后如何解决问题,有一些意见、建议可供选择。
14.上文表明有一些建议可供选择,但最终导致解决问题似乎只有其中的一条。
15. 从下文举例看,有时导致解决问题最后的主意纯属意外。
16. 上文提到Sam解决自行车车闸问题有几条建议可供选择:拧紧或放松车闸,买新车闸,更换旧车闸,这时Sam突然发现车闸不灵的原因是一块口香糖将车闸粘住了,最终导致解决问题的办法便是意料之外了。
17.车闸问题的意外发现使Sam立即采取了完全不同的解决办法(既非拧紧或放松车闸,亦非更换车闸)。
18. 发现了问题的症结所在,解决问题便当机立断,毫不迟疑。
19. 既然口香糖粘住了车闸,只需清洗干净就可解决问题。
20. Sam的解决办法经过“检验(test)”获得了成功,他的问题解决了。
21.【答案】1—5 BADBC   6—10 CBADB  11—15 ADCAD  16—20 CBCCB

【解析】

22.【答案】46- 55  BDCAB  CAACB  56-65 ADBDC  BDBAC

【解析】46.B  上文Only had one dime left制约该空表乞讨,应填beg。
47.D  第一空后面的for a meal和第二空后面的asked for a drink of water制约该空表取而代之、没有,应填Instead of。
48.C  男孩要的是一杯水而女士给他的是一大杯牛奶,说明女士认为他看起来饿了,因此该空应填hungry。
49.A  下文owe制约该空应填owe。
50.B  妈妈教我决不要因为自己有善举而收取别人的钱。
51.C  下文介绍一杯牛奶对男孩精神所起的作用,因此该空应填physically,表这杯牛奶对男孩身体所起的作用。
52.A  and具有对称性,因此该空应与give up同义,表放弃、退出,应填quit。
53.A  下文sent her to the big city制约该空表当地的,因此应填local。
54.C  这个年轻女子的病当地看不好说明其不是常见病,因此该空应填rare。
55.B  疑难杂症通常应由名医来会诊,因此该空应填famous。
56.A  当他听到她所来自的镇名时眼里充满了异样的目光,这可是多年来自己一直非常感激的人所在的镇!
57.D  一想到自己非常感激的人患了奇怪的病,他心中产生了强烈的关爱之情,于是立即起身前去看个究竟。
58.B  他立即认出了她。
59.D  第10空后面的consultation制约该空应填consultation。
60.C  既然决定尽最大努力救治病人当然会对病人给予特殊关心。
61.B  第18空后面的it would take the rest of her life to pay it off说明病人已康复,因此该空应填won。
62.D  第20空所在句为他在帐单上所写的内容,因此该空应填wrote。
63.B  析语境可知,该空表不敢,应填afraid。
64.A  catch one’s attention,吸引某人的注意,符合语境逻辑。
65.C  您用一杯牛奶付清了您的治疗费。这是当年的男孩现在的名医感激她的话。
五、阅读理解
23.【答案】DCB
【解析】

24.【答案】DAAC
【解析】
25.【答案】ABCD        
【解析】
26.【答案】ABDBC
【解析】
27.【答案】ACBB
【解析】1 猜测词义题。由第二段中的“they are seen as...ability to carry loads”内容可以得出答案,介词for是对前面作解释说明:为什么牛被看成陆地之舟。
2.理解判断题。由文章第三段的首句以及最后一句内容可得出答案。
3.细节判断题。由文章最后一段最后一句话可得出答案。
4.写作意图题。由文章内容可知,作者是为了介绍有关牛的一些民间文化。
六、短文改错
28.【答案】1. with—without   2. an –a   3. save—saving    4. √    5. cross—across     6. it前加 as
7. Therefore—However     8. which—that           9. and—or           10. 去掉it

【解析】

29.【答案】1. any→some      2. final→finally       3. 去掉and
4. √  5. carried→carrying     6. question→answer
7. surprised后加at     8. And→But          9. the→a              10. had→have

【解析】

七、书面表达
30.【答案】I’m a Senior 3 student and it’s a long way fa/r from my home to my  school. I have a lot of funs ---fun going to school by bike with my friends every morning. But few---several/a few days ago my mother talked to me. She ask --- asked me to rent a room near the school so that I could devote myself to study ---studying my lessons. I don’t like that. I really love riding to school. I think riding is a good form of exercises --- exercise, which can help me focus on that--- what is being taught in class. Unless I do some exercise, I won’t be healthy and happily--- happy. This means I won’t do good--- well in my lessons. Please tell me how --- what I can do to persuade my mum.
Writing
Post-90’s generation, a successful or an unsuccessful generation?
It’s true that the post-90’s generation have some weaknesses.Some of them, for example, rely on their parents too much and tend to live comfortable lives.Some are even selfish and care little for others.
At the same time, the post-90’s generation desire to learn more about the world around them, and they are independent in thinking.They always keep up with modern science and technology and have many new ideas.
I think the post-90’s generation should carry forward their strong points and overcome the weaknesses, and try to tell the world that they are a hopeful generation.


【解析】

31.【答案】Dear friends:
 Do you want to live in a beautiful world? So it is our obligation to ha ve low carbon life style, which matters more and more in energy saving and environmental protection. To fulfill it, we should bear the following habits in mind. First, it’s important to turn off taps and lights and recycle everything recyclable in our daily life. What’s more, while sticking to the habit of setting the temperature of your air conditioner at above 26℃ in summer and eating fruits and vegetables on seasons, we should also climb stairs under the fifth floor instead of taking lifts. Let’s all take action now and contribute to the prosperity of our mother – the earth.
 Thank you!

【解析】

八、英汉互译
32.【答案】Going to a British high school

【解析】

33.【答案】The reason why I don’t want to attend the lecture is that I am not interested in philosophy.

【解析】
 
九、判断正误
34.【答案】 把hard改为hardly
【解析】根据句子意思和结构,考查hardly“几乎不”的运用。
35.【答案】 be dealt with改为deal with
【解析】根据句子意思和结构,考查不定式主动式表示被动意思的运用。
36.【答案】 to改为about/over
【解析】根据句子意思和结构,考查be particular about/over的运用。
37.【答案】 changing →has changed
【解析】根据句子意思和结构,考查he was used to是定语从句的运用。
38.【答案】Dear Sun Yanz,
I’d like^ tell you I’m your fun. I like listening^ your songs ver y much . It
          to                               to
is true that when I was sad, they make me happy and cheerful , especially my favorite
               am
 song named The Rainy Day. Comparing  to The Rainy Day, another song recorded in
                         Compared
 2004 sounds very well. It is The First Day , who always gives me encouragement. I
                good                which
 like you, and I like your song. In her opinion, your songs are great and will be quite
                     songs  my
 popular for the long time . There has no doubt that you are my lifelong super star. I
           a                is
 think I will support you forever.
                                                       Yours,
                                                        Li Wei

【解析】

十、短语填空
39.【答案】is made up of
【解析】

40.【答案】spit at
【解析】

41.【答案】was introduced into 

42.【答案】was satisfied with
【解析】

43.【答案】breaks out
【解析】

十一、句型转换
44.【答案】 Not only; but also 
【解析】根据句子意思和结构,考查both 与not only…but also的互换。
45.【答案】in memory of
【解析】

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