绍兴一中 2015 学年第二学期回头考
第一部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 30 分） 第一节 单项填空（共 20 小题；每小题 0.5 分，满分 10 分） 1. — Excuse me, could you please turn down the music a little? It’s too loud.
—___. A. Oh, it’s my honor to do so B. Never mind. I like music C. Sorry. I didn’t know your were studying D. Thank you. It’s kind of you 2. Towards ___ evening after school, ___ icy rain began to fall and the road became slippery. A. the; an B. /; an C. an; an D. an; the 3. Wang Ping flashed a switch on a computer screen, and a table and some chairs rose ___ the floor as if by magic. A. from B. under C. from under D. from up 4. This winter, there was a heavy snow in our province; the farmers say that it___ to be a good harvest. A. supposes B. expects C. proposes D. promises 5. As is known to us all, ___ in a good atmosphere is what all parents wish for. A. the children educated B. the children are educated C. the children’s being educated D. the children to be educated 6. –Don’t _____ this plan to the public until we give you the go-ahead. –OK. I will not. A. release B. relate C. retell D. relieve 7. What a pity! A few minutes earlier, the students ___ the first bus. A. had caught B. were to caught C. have caught D. could have caught 8. The girl conquered her fear and ___ the enormous spider in sight of it last night. A. took up B. picked up C. put up D. set up 9. –The difficult maths problem has been solved by Tom at last. – Indeed; and the ___ way Tom worked out the problem impressed the teacher deeply. A. outstanding B. unique C. particular D. strange 10. Eventually the two sides reached an agreement ___ could not be taken the place of. A. whose the details B. the details of whose C. whose details D. of which details 11.___ the machine’s enormous size, it runs smoothly and noiselessly. A. For good B. For ever C. For all D. For sure 12. It is confirmed that a person can not be actually pleased if ___ he appreciates doing is ignored by the company as of no value. A. when B. that C. what D. where 13. We will hold a meeting to sum up our experience ____ we finish our task. A. in case B. even though C. despite D. immediately 14.— He speaks Chinese very well.
— It’s not surprising. He ___ in Beijing for nine years next week. A. has been living B. has lived C. will have been lived D. will have been living 15. — Many drugs have been forbidden recently. — Actually. But the scientists say that before a new drug ___ on humans, plenty of studies___. A. can be tested; are needed B. can test; are needed C. can be tested; need D. can test; need 16. In universities in China, classes are often arranged in more flexible___ and a lot of jobs are offered to the students after graduation. A. patterns B. ranks C. grades D. scales 17. The boy tried to stretch the shoes, but still his feet didn’t ___ them. A. fit into B. go for C. take on D. make from 18. Job interviews are carried out ___ face to face in four cities including Hangzhou, Ningbo, Wenzhou and Shaoxing in Zhejiang province every year. A. slightly B. officially C. extremely D. completely 19. —The weather turns out to be fine. — We can depend on ___ that the goods will be shipped to the flooded area on time. A. it B. / C. this D. which 20. — Do you guess living in such a quiet countryside has advantages? — ___. A.Well, that depends B. Yes, it is C. Yes, perfectly D. Nothing at all 第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） I have faith in that families are not only blood relatives, but sometimes people who turn up and love you when no one else will. In May 1977, I was living in a Howard Johnson’s motel off Interstate 10 in Houston. My dad and I 21 a room with two double beds and a bathroom was too 22 for a 15-year-old girl and her father. Dad’s second marriage was 23 and my stepmother had 24 us both out of the house the previous week. Dad had no 25 what to do with me. And that’s when my other family 26 . Barbara and Roland Beach took me into their home 27 their only daughter, Su, my best friend, asked them to. I lived with them for the next seven years. Barb washed my skirts the same as Su’s. She 28 I had lunch money, doctors’ 29 , help with homework and nightly hugs. Barbara and Roland attended every football game where Su and I were being cheerleaders. 30 I could tell, for the Beaches there was no 31 between Su and me; I was their daughter, too. When Su and I 32 college they kept my room the same for the entire four years I attended school. Recently, Barb presented me with an insurance policy they bought when I first moved in with them and had continued to pay on for 23 years. The Beaches knew 33 about me when they took me in – they had heard the whole story from Su. When I was seven, my mother died and from then on my father relied on other people to 34 his kids. Before I went to live with the Beaches I had been convinced that life was entirely 35 and that love was shaky and untrustworthy. I had believed that the only person who would take care of me was me.
36 the Beaches, I would have become a bitter, selfish and pessimistic woman. They gave me a home that allowed me to grow and 37 .They kept me from being paralyzed by my 38 , and they gave me the confidence to open my heart. I 39 family. For me, it wasn’t the family that was there on the day I was 40 , but the one that was there for me when I was living in a Howard Johnson’s on Interstate 10. 21. A．lived B．shared C．possessed D．bought 22. A．crowd B．convenient C．small D．limited 23. A．in trouble B．in sight C．in place D．in parts 24. A．drove B．removed C．kicked D．knocked 25. A．plan B．choice C．chance D．idea 26. A．looked over B．showed up C．jumped out D．came across 27. A．so B．because C．until D．while 28. A．worked out B．called up C．watched out D．made sure 29. A．approaches B. concentrations C. commitments D. appointments 30. A．As long as B．As far as C．As soon as D．As many as 31. A．change B．problem C．conflict D．difference 32. A．set off B．left for C．entered into D．admitted into 33. A．all B．little C．something D．nothing 34. A．supply B．teach C．encourage D．raise 35. A．different B．unfair C．easy D．hopeful 36. A．Thanks to B．In spite of C．Except for D．But for 3