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2014 年秋季湖北省部分重点中学期末联考

高三英语试卷
考试时间:2015 年 2 月 10 日下午 15:00—17:00 ★祝考试顺利★ 试卷满分:150 分

第Ⅰ 卷(选择题,共 110 分)
第一部分:听力(三部分,满分 30 分) 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节: (共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 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 does the man imply? A. He knows the woman very well. B. He mistook the woman for someone else. C. He doesn’t know the woman. 2. Where might the speakers be? A. At the man’s house. B. In a restaurant. C. In a supermarket. 3. What will the man probably do next? A. See a doctor. B. Check out of his hotel. C. Take some medicine. 4. What does the woman suggest the man do? A. Fix his car. B. Get a new job. C. Get a new car. 5. Why did the girl run into the man? A. She was looking at her phone. B. She was running too fast. C. She was holding too many papers. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 小段对话或独白。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 6—7 题。 6. What does the man care about most? A. Being comfortable. B. Spending less money. C. Using the least time. 7. How many times will passengers need to change trains? A. None. B.Two. C. One. 听第七段材料,回答 8—9 题。 8. What is the difference between the first two sandwiches? A. The vegetables.

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B. The meat. C. The bread. 9. Where does this conversation happen? A. In a coffee shop. B. In a school canteen. C. In a fast food restaurant. 听第 8 段材料,回答 10-12 题。 10. How much does the man pay for car insurance? A. $200 a month. B. $100 a month. C. $1000 a year. 11. What is the woman’s point in the conversation? A. She seldom uses her car. B. The man is a great driver. C. Men drive more carelessly than women. 12. How many accidents has the woman been in this past year? A. Four. B. Zero. C. Three. 听第 9 段材料,回答 13-16 题。 13. How does the woman feel about studying psychology? A. It would be easy to find a job. B. It would help her writing. C. She would get good grades. 14. What degree have many older folks got? A. A B.A. degree. B. A master’s degree. C. A Ph.D.degree. 15. How will the woman start her new career? A. Go straight to Wall Street. B. Start at the bottom and keep working. C. Wait patiently for the perfect opportunity. 16. What does the man think about the woman’s idea? A. It might be hard to make money. B. Her kids might not support her. C. She might have problems making friends. 听第十段材料,回答 17—20 题。 17. Who is listening to the lecture probably? A. High school students. B. Psychology teachers. C. Psychology majors. 18. How long does each lecture last? A. One hour. B. Two hours.

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C. One and a half hours. 19. What does the speaker say about the exams? A. They are harder than might be expected. B. They can be made up later. C. There will be six of them. 20. How can the speaker be reached outside of class? A. Only by calling him directly. B. Mainly by email. C. By coming to his office from 3:00-5:00 p.m. any day. 第二部分:词汇知识运用 (共二节,满分 30 分) 第一节: 多项填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. Local authorities in South China's Guangdong Province have reported two more H7N9 bird flu _________ in humans in the city of Shenzhen. In the meantime, a patient in Xiamen, Fujian Province, has died of the H7N9 virus . A.influences B. injections C.affections D. infections 22. Residents in Southwest China's Chongqing Municipality have been banned from making smoked bacon, a traditional method of__________ pork, as it is blamed for causing air pollution in the city. A. preserving B.protecting C. reserving D.resolving 23. Among all the candidates to apply for the job , Jackson _________ for his quick-minded thinking , especially his affection for the job . A.turned out B. stood out C.figured out D. worked out 24. China's table tennis player Wang Hao ended his ________ 16-year career on the national team on Saturday, with the lack of an Olympic singles' gold medal his only regret . A. productive B. awkward C. clumsy D. acceptable 25. Rome has ___________ it will enter a bid to host the 2024 summer Olympic Games. As we know , Italy came close to winning a bid to host the 2004 Games but lost to Athens, Greece. A. concluded B. contributed C. confirmed D. competed 26. Researchers say the technology of virtual reality could be used to give people a new ________on racism(种族主义) , allowing them to experience life as another person. A. impression B. expectation C. observation D. perspective 27. The education reform is being carried out in China. It’s certain that a completely new situation will _________ when the new examination system comes into existence. A. advocate B. advance C. arise D. arouse 28. The study indicates that Greenland’s ice sheet is more _________ to global warming than previously thought and may already be approaching a critical stage . A. familiar B. flexible C. active D. sensitive 29. “All roads lead to Rome” is an English idiom which means that different methods of doing something will __________ lead to the same result . A. immediately B. eventually C. increasingly D. occasionally 30. At the press conference, Zhou Bo, vice mayor of Shanghai, expressed deep condolences (哀 悼)for those affected by the incident and apologized to stampede victims and their families _______________the municipal Communist Party of China committee and government. A.in charge of B. in possession of C. on behalf of D. on account of 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。
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It was ugly. It was, in fact, the worst Chrismas present I had ever received. I quickly 31 to be delighted. After all, the giver was Michael, my four-year-old son, who had 32 the distasteful item at his school’s Christmas bazaar(集市). “I bought it for you Mama,”he 33 yelled, offering it up to me, arms outstretched, face beaming, eyes big, blue and bright. At his young age, he had 34 way of knowing that this cheap-looking thing, was the antithesis (对立) of all I 35 about Christmas décor (装饰风格) . And did I mention that it was ugly? Really, really ugly! “We’ll…put it…here…on…on the …kitchen table,”I 36 said. The rest of the house was decorated with beautiful, 37 materials from the garden. And each year, I demonstrated unique and attractive ways to bring the outdoors 38 with creative decorating ideas. How awkward and 39 my son’s addition looked in the midst of all this natural beauty. He must have noticed my 40 with decorating and thought I would be pleased with such a gift. Soon my older children 41 through the back door, excited to relay the 42 of their day and display their precious purchases. Within 43 , the kitchen table was piled with crude(粗制 的)snacks: “Where are the rest of the things you bought?”I turned and asked Michael, 44 he hadn’t eaten the snacks at school or on the way home. “I spent all my money on your present,”he said proudly, not the least bit 45 by the chatter and delight floating in the air as the others 46 their booty(战利品). Suddenly, this ugly, boring gift took on a new 47 . “ You spent all your Christmas bazaar money on me? ” I asked, unconvinced that a four-year-old boy would 48 candy and cupcakes and things designed to 49 kids in order to buy a present for his mom. Ugliness 50 blossomed into beauty. I was delighted. No. Overjoyed. Wholeheartedly, I hugged both my son and his gift. 31.A.decided 32.A. purchased 33.A.politely 34.A.some 35.A.discovered 36.A.desperately 37.A.fashionable 38.A.in 39.A.out of control 40.A.connection 41.A.arrived 42.A.labour 43.A.seconds 44.A.assuming 45.A.moved 46.A.stored 47.A.colour 48.A.ignore 49.A.appeal B.began B.borrowed B.anxiously B.no B.valued B.purposely B.homemade B.out B.out of place B.harmony B.burst B.energy B.weeks B.doubting B.limited B.admired B.appearance B.produce B.cheat C. pretended C.sold C.proudly C.every C. remembered C.hesitantly C.artificial C.along C.out of order C.satisfaction C.pulled C.discoveries C.days C.hoping C.attracted C.judged C.responsibility C.exchange C.attract D.tried D. stole D.hurriedly D.each D.abandoned D.joyfully D.natural D.off D.out of shape D.fascination D.left D.adventures D.hours D.arguing D.bothered D.sold D.significance D.enjoy D.enjoy

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50.A.finally

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C.gradually

D.largely

第三部分 阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项。 A Last week I saw Allan, a person I went to high school with. Allan has severe Cerebral Palsy. He is disabled. He is in a wheelchair. Thankfully his mind is sharp. He had so much trouble getting around from class to class. Our school was very old. It had many floors and so many stairs. It had been about thirty years since I saw him last. Nothing had changed. He was still the same, still as clear as then. That same big vibrant smile was on his face. And it seemed somewhat fitting as he was being lifted into a vehicle when I saw him. When I’m on the highway cycling or other sports I perform, I think of people like Allan, and how lucky we are to have our health. We have to use our bodies. They will fail when we don’t use them. Exercise improves your mood. Physical activity stimulatesvarious brain chemicals that may leave you feeling happier and more relaxed than you were before you worked out. You’ll also look better and feel belier when you exercise regularly, which can boost your confidence and improve your self-esteem. Regular physical activity can even help prevent depression. Exercise combats chronic diseases. Regular physical activity can help you prevent or manage high blood pressure. It is stated that when one exercises there is a sixty percent decrease in getting breast cancer. Why wouldn’t one exercise? I just hate seeing people cheat themselves of it. God creates this beautiful body full of muscle and detail and one doesn’t use it. What a sin! It goes hand in hand. People aren’t happy in their lives, yet they really do nothing to correct this. They think they should, that they should do something more with their life. Well, when does this happen? When does this occur? We make that decision. We get just this one life. If waiting for it to happen, then one is in for a long, dark wait. Unlike Allan we can exercise in many ways in which he may be limited. We should never take that for granted. Today is that day — that flash of light. 51.What is the purpose of the first two paragraphs? A. To prove us the necessity of making use of bodies. B. To praise Allan’s persistence. C. To state that we are luckier than Allan. D. To illustrate nothing is impossible in life. 52.Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage? A. Physical activity used to make people happier and more relaxed. B. Physical activity can help you prevent all types of cancer. C. People are making full use of their own body. D. Physical activity can strengthen people’s confidence. 53.What does the author try to express in the underlined sentence?

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A. The idea that God creates human is wrong. B. People can’t live without regular exercise. C. It’s regretful for us not to make use of our body. D. It’s shameful for us to cheat in exams. 54.What’s the author’s attitude to future? A. Disapproving. B. Positive. C. Upset. D. Doubtful.

B On Friday night, after a three-hour weather delay, passengers boarded a Beijing-bound flight in Dhaka, Bangladesh that had a stopover in Kunming, a provincial capital in southwest China. Scheduled to leave Kunming at 8:45 p.m., the connecting flight was delayed until 11 p.m. by additional poor weather. This did not make the passengers happy. Several refused to board and demanded compensation, but by 1:45 a.m. the airline had persuaded everyone to board. But that wasn't the end of the passengers' problems. After they boarded, the airport staff had to clear snow from the runway, which took over an hour. Finally, the plane began to taxi at 3:15 p.m.—15 minutes after the pilot inexplicably shut off the air conditioning. When passengers complained, the pilot reportedly asked: "Are you going to die soon? If not, just wait." Two passengers then burst open the emergency exits, which resulted in their arrests. The journalist Matt Sheehan, who in 2013 described a Chinese airport melee(混乱) in hugely entertaining fashion, told MSNBC that “Chinese people have just begun waking up to this idea that as a consumer you're entitled(给予…的资格) to certain protections, but they don't have any of the institutions like consumer rights groups that do this professionally.” Airlines—and the airline industry—are a useful lens for viewing China's development as a whole. In his excellent book China Airborne, Atlantic national correspondent and aviation buff (航 空爱好者) James Fallows described how China is attempting to condense a century's worth of developments in aviation into a few decades. This breakneck pace has resulted in a dazzling array of new airports scattered across the country, but has included some serious growing pains. 55.What mainly caused the two passengers to open the emergency exits ? A. The connecting flight was delayed for three hours . B. After they boarded, the airport staff spent over one hour clearing snow from the runway. C. before the plane began to taxi , the pilot shut off the air conditioning for i5 minutes. D. When passengers complained, the pilot reportedly insulted them by saying something rude and impolite . 56. What does the underlined word “inexplicably ” mean ? A. on purpose B. for no reason C. by chance D. without delay 57. According to Matt Sheehan , the passengers ____________________ . A. should refuse to board and demand compensation . B. should complain about the delay by saying something bad . C. should take immediate measures like opening the emergency exits to protect themselves . D. should appeal to institutions like consumer rights groups for their rights . 58. According to the passage, what has this too fast development in Chinese aviation brought about ?

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A. Many new airports have been built across the country, and some serious growing problems have arisen as well. B. Many new airports have been built across the country ,and it is more convenient for Chinese people to trave abroad . C. Many new airports have been built across the country , and foreign people know more about China . D. Many new airports have been built across the country , and more and more foreign aviation buffs come to China . C With the release of the Annual Report on the Development of Chinese Returnees, concerns regarding the cost of studying abroad and the future benefits are rising among both students and parents. According to the report, it takes most overseas returnees at least five years to earn back their study abroad costs. Whether it is worth the investment made to obtain a foreign degree has always been an issue concerning the growing trend of studying abroad in recent years. In order to find out if studying abroad is still a worthwhile investment, 21st Century talked to experts in related fields. More students are returning after studying abroad Despite the heated debates about the value of overseas study, there has been a steady increase in the number of students going abroad. According to the Chinese Ministry of Education, the number of Chinese students who studied abroad increased by 17. 7 percent from 2011 to 2012. A total of 399 , 600 Chinese students went to study abroad last year. The US is certainly benefiting from Chinese students’ ambition to study abroad: according to the US-based Institute of International Education’s Open Doors 2013 report, which provides detailed data on student flows into and out of the US, during the 2012/13 academic year, Chinese student enrollments( 登记,注册) increased by 21. 4 percent to more than 235,000. Similarly, the number of overseas returnees is surging, especially since 2008 when developed countries were greatly affected by the economic crisis. In 2009, the number of returnees, for the first time, broke through 100,000 and this has increased at an annual rate of about 50 percent ever since. Various reasons contribute to this growing trend, with family issues believed to be the primary one. According to Wang Huiyao, the report’s author, most students are only children and tend to depend on their parents. Besides, the economic situation in China has boosted returnees’ confidence in a future career at home. Surging cost Accompanying the increase in the number of students leaving and returning to China is the increase in the study abroad costs. According to the Open Doors 2013 report, international students pay an average of 135,000 yuan per year to attend a public university in the US, a 3. 1 percent increase on the previous year. 59.What are the students and parents becoming more and more concerned about? A. The concept of overseas study.

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B. The safe of studying abroad. C. Which country is better to choose for overseas study. D. The expense and the benefit of studying abroad. 60.Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. The Chinese students enrolling in the US are over 235 ,000 during 2012 —2013. B. From 2011 to 2012 the students studying in the US increased by 17. 7 %. C. The number of the students studying in the US increased by 21.4% in 2013. D. The number of the students studying in the US reached 399,600 in 2012. 61.What does the underlined word “surging” mean? A. Decreasing slowly. B. Going down steadily. C. Increasing sharply. D. Being affected. 62.Which of the following is NOT the reason why more and more overseas students choose to come back? A. The family issues are believed to be the main cause. B. The economic situation abroad is hard for them. C. The economic situation in China has improved rapidly. D. Most students tend to depend on their parents at home. D Growing up in a hard-working Midwestern city in the 1980s, I quickly learned that sleep is the first expense I should cut in a given day. The men I looked up to at a young age regularly boasted about running on just a few hours of sleep. While this was rooted in a good-natured work ethic, it led me to view needing sleep as a sign of weakness. I continue to see this perception in the workplace today, where it is considered a badge of honor to stay at the office late working on a project. The problem is, one less hour of sleep is not equal to an extra hour of achievement. In many cases the opposite occurs. When you lose an hour of sleep, it decreases your well-being, productivity, health, and ability to think the following day. One of the most influential studies of human performance, conducted by professor K. Anders Ericsson, found that top performers slept 8 hours and 36 minutes per day. The average American, for comparison, gets just 6 hours and 51 minutes of sleep on weeknights. You are simply a different person when you operate on insufficient sleep. And it show if you do not get enough sleep, it can lead to a cascade of negative events. You achieve less at work, skip regular exercise, and eat poorly. This lack of sleep is also costly. According to a study from Harvard Medical School, lack of sleep costs the American economy $63 billion a year in lost productivity alone. The problem is not just people missing work on account of sleep, the larger issue is people who show up for work in a sleepless state. One scientist, who has studied this topic extensively, claims a loss of four hours of sleep produces as much impairment as consuming a six-pack of beer. According to a survey from the National Sleep Foundation, roughly two-thirds of people studied do not get enough sleep on weeknights. However, if you are able to get an additional hour of sleep tonight, it can make the difference between a miserable day and a good one. A small adjustment, even 15 or 30 minutes, could make or break your next day. The key is to aim for somewhere between seven and nine

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hours of quality sleep per night. While getting this much sleep each night is easier said than done, there are a few small tricks to improve your odds of a good night’s sleep. 63. From the firtst paragraph, we can know , at a young age ,the writer ___________________. A. looked down upon the people who worked hard. B. hated those who stayed at the office late working on a project. C. admired those who often boasted about sleeping just a few hours D. viewed needing short sleep as a sign of weakness. 64. Which of the following is true according to the passage? A. less sleep increases your well-being, productivity, health, and ability to think the following day B. one less hour of sleep has no effect on the ability to think the following day C. top performers slept less than the average American. D. one less hour of sleep will not have an extra hour of achievement. 65. What may be talked about in the following part of the passage ? A. The advice on how to get a good night ’s sleep. B. The harm of less sleep. C. The benefits of long sleep. D. The advice on how to get a long sleep . 66.What’s the best title for the passage ? A. Sacrificing sleep , a sign of strength. B. Enough high-quality sleep, positive investment. C. The more sleep , the less contribution . D.The longer sleep, the higher productivity. E Apple is offering a new tool that lets potential buyers a used iPhone, iPad, and iPod know if the devices were previously stolen. The new Activation Lock Status tool, available through the company’s iCloud service, allows users to enter the device’s serial number and see if used devices are currently locked down or have ever been locked down by a previous owner, which would indicate the device was stolen. The reason behind the feature? Few customers would buy stolen devices, especially ones they can’t use, so thieves will be deterred from stealing them in the first place. Apple introduced its “kill switch” feature with iOS 7 last September. Using the Find My iPhone app and iCloud. corn, users can track their phone’s location, in case it was accidentally left somewhere. Or, for those who believe their phone was stolen, they can enable the kill switch, which locks down the phone. The app can also delete all of its data in case the phone contains sensitive information. The only way to re-enable the device once it is locked down is to enter its associated Apple ID and password. Hackers figured out a way to unlock mobile and tablet devices by tricking the device into using an alternative iCloud server, writes PC World. That’s where the new Activation Lock Status tool comes in. Even if hackers are able to trick the device into unlocking, potential customers can check if the device was ever locked from the Find My iPhone feature. Mobile devices have a high robbery rate. In California, 1 in every 3 robberies includes a mobile device, according to the Federal Communications Commission. For Oakland, Calif. , it’s 75 percent of robberies. But Apple’s locking feature has been extremely effective. In the months after the kill switch feature was released, iPhone thefts dropped 38 percent in San Francisco, according to a June law enforcement report. The robbery rate of Samsung phones, which don’t have a kill switch feature, increased 12 percent. In an attempt to cut down on the number of phones stolen across the state, California
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passed a law that will require all smartphones to have a kill switch system. “Our efforts will effectively wipe out the incentive to steal smartphones and curb this crime of convenience, which is fueling street crime and violence within our communities,” Sen. Mark Leno, who introduced the bill, said in a statement. 67. According to the passage, Apple is offering a new tool _______. A. to promote its advanced technology over other brands B. to monitor the function of an iPhone, iPad, and iPod C. to teach its users how to lock down and unlock their devices D. to try to reduce the stealing and selling cases of the devices of Apple 68. What does the underlined word “deterred” mean in the second paragraph? A. Inspired B. Discouraged C. Excused D. Punished 69. Which of the following is NOT the function of “kill switch” feature? A. Find the phone’s position. B. Wipe out the sensitive information in the phone. C. Lock down the phone. D. Enable the stolen phones to find their former owners automatically. 70. It can be inferred that in the near future in America the smartphones might _______. A. have a kill switch system B. have a global position system C. no longer be stolen by the thefts D. all be replaced by the iPhone 卷二:写作(共两节,满分 50 分) 第一节:完成句子(每小题 2 分,满分 20 分) 71. The teacher still loves his students so much , _____________________ in study ,for which he has gained a good reputation in this area . ( mistake ) 不管他们在学习中犯了什么错误,那位老师还是依然深爱着他的学生。为此他在这一方名 声很好。 72. He is busy writing the article all the morning, only _____________ occasionally to have a cup of coffee.(break) 他一整个上午都在忙着写文章,只是偶尔抽空去喝杯咖啡。 73.The singer told his fans that it was not until he was recognized by the tutors in the TV program,the Voice of China,__________________to continue his music dream.(decide) 这位歌手告诉歌迷,直到得到了“中国好声音”导师的认可,他才决定继续他的音乐梦想。 74. So _______________________ to have a picnic in the open air that they were unwilling to leave when it was dark . ( feel) 他们觉得在户外野炊是如此有趣,以至于天黑了也不愿离开。 75. The plan ____________________ by him ,because his view I happened to have read in a paper last week was completely different from it . ( put ) 这个计划一定不是他提出的,因为我上星期碰巧在一份文件中看到的他的观点与此完全 不同。 76. ________________ the girl burst into tears the first time she returned to her motherland from abroad ?( think) 你认为那个女孩为什么第一次从国外回到她的祖国就突然泪如泉涌。 77. What annoyed me was that I had devoted ___________________ to the same job as he but only got half of his pay .(effort) 我感到恼怒的是,同样的工作我付出了他两倍的努力但是只得到了他报酬的一半。 78. Large quantities of information, as well as timely help ________________ since the organization was set up .( offer )

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自从这个组织建立以来,它提供了大量的信息和及时的帮助。 79. In order to keep the audience ___________________ sunlight , the 5,000-seat stadium was also equipped with automatic sunshade . ( expose) 为了避免观众晒到太阳,这个五千人的体育场还配备了自动遮阳篷。 80. I regret wasting so much time talking with you on such meaningless thing . This is the time I _____________________ my books .(read) 我后悔浪费了这么多时间跟你谈论这种毫无意义的事情。这本来是我应该读书的时间。 第二节: 短文写作(共 1 题;满分 30 分) 请你根据以下提示,并结合事例,用英语写一篇短文。 As the saying goes , “the interest is the best teacher .” Only by showing interest in something can you succeed . 注意: ①无须写标题; ②除诗歌外,文体不限; ③内容必须结合你生活中的一个事例; ④文中不得透露个人姓名和学校名称; ⑤词数不少于 120,如引用提示语则不计入总词数。

2014 年秋季湖北省部分重点中学期末

高三英语答案
答案: 1-5 CBACA 6-10BCACA 11-15 CBCAB 16-20 ACCAB 21-25 DABAC 26-30 DCDBC 31-35 CACBB 36-40 CDABD 41-45 BDACD 46-50 BDACB 51-54 ADCB 55-58DBDA 59-62DACB 63-66 CCAB 67- 70DBDA 71.whatever / no matter what mistakes they have made 72.breaking off 73.that he decided 74.interested did they feel it 75.can’t / couldn’t have been put forward 76.why do you think 77.twice as much effort 78.have been offered 79.from being exposed to
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80.should have read 短文写作 One possible version: It is obvious that if we would like to achieve success in something, we are supposed to develop interest in it. Only when we are interested in what we do will we be able to devote ourselves to working hard. I will share my own experience with you. As is known to us , it is not unusual that math is a great barring to girls. Thus, after failing in the math exams over and over again, I lost interest in it completely. Luckily, my math teacher told me never to give up and helped me, which made me crazy about learning it. Gradually, my interest in math developed, little by little, which made me willing to spend much time bearing in mind the basic rules and do more basic math exercises every day. Meanwhile, it equipped me with determination and courage for removing all obstacles to improving my math. Eventually, I became the top student in math in my class. Based on what I have gone through, we can draw a conclusion that great importance should be attached to interest to have access to success. It is interest that inspires us to reach our aim 解析: 21.D 句意: 据中国南部的广东省地方政府报道,在深圳已有两人感染 H7N9 禽流感。与此同 时,在福建厦门已有一人死于 H7N9 病毒。infection “感染” ,符合句意。 22. A 句意:中国西南的重庆居民被禁止制作熏肉,一种传统的腌制猪肉的方法。因为有人指 责这给这个城市的空气带来了污染。preserve 保存,保护,腌;protecte 保护; reserve 预订,保留 ;resolve 决定,分解。A 符合句意。 23.B 句意:Jackson 因他敏捷的思维,特别是对这份工作的热爱,从所有的这份工作的申请人 中脱颖而出。stand out 突出,引人注目。 24.A 句意:中国乒乓球队员王浩在在本周六结束了他 16 年的多产的国家队职业生涯。他唯一 的遗憾是少了一枚奥运会单打金牌。从后句可知他获得过许多金牌,productive 多产的,符合 句意。 25.C 句意:罗马已证实它将参与申请 2024 年夏季奥运会的主办权。大家都知道,意大利在申 办 2004 年奥运会时以微弱弱势输给希腊。 26.D 句意:研究者说这种虚拟现实技术能够用来给人们一种新的视觉看待种族主义,让他们 以他人的身份体验生活。perspective “视觉,洞察力” 符合句意。 27.C 根据后句条件状语的内容可知,新形势将出现。arise “出现” 正确。 28.D 句意:这项研究表明,格陵兰岛的冰层对全球变暖比目前人们想象到的还敏感,也许已 到了岌岌可危的程度。be sensitive to 对…敏感 29.B eventually “最终,终于” 符合句意。 30.C 句意:在记者招待会上,上海市副市长周波代表市委市政府向这次踩踏事故中的遇难者 表示深切的哀悼,向其家属表示了道歉。on behalf of 代表… 第二节:完形填空 31.C 从上文看出,这是作者收到的最差的礼物,再根据下句中的“After all”可知,毕竟那是 作者四岁的儿子送的,所以作者很快地假装(pretended)高兴。 32.A 结合空后的“at his school’s Christmas bazaar(集市)”可知,作者四岁的儿子在学校圣诞集 市上买到了(purchased)这件不招人喜欢的东西。 33.C 他自豪地喊道:“妈妈,我买给你的”。用 proudly 表示孩子很自豪能够给母亲买礼物。 34.B 在他这么小的年纪,他无法知道这件看起来廉价的东西和作者所看重的圣诞装饰的风 格截然相反。上文已经提到作者不喜欢这件礼物,但儿子自豪地喊,说明他并不知道他的
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礼物不招人喜欢,故选 B。 35.B 参见上题解析。value“重视,珍视”。 36.C 用 hesitantly(犹豫地)反映出作者不愿意让这样的东西来破坏自己所精心设计的装饰 风格,但又不想伤害孩子的心,所以犹豫着说可以放在厨房。 37.D 从空后的“materials from the garden”以及下一段第一句话中的“this natural beauty”可知, D 项正确。 38.A 每年作者都会用有创意的点子展示着独特而又吸引人的把旷野(此处指花园)搬进室 内的方法。 39. B 在所有这些自然美中间, 作者儿子的添加 (指礼物) 看起来多么难堪和不合适。 out of place “不得体,不适当”。 40.D 上一段讲到作者每年都会用不同的创意来展示她独特而又吸引人的装饰风格,由此可 以看出作者对装饰很着迷,所以这里是说孩子注意到作者对装饰入迷,就以为买这样的 礼物作者会很高兴。fascination“入迷,着迷”。 41.B 很快,大孩子们从后门拥了进来。burst“猛冲,突然出现”,用以表示孩子们兴奋的情 绪。 42.D 根据空前的“_______through the back door, excited to relay”以及空后的“display their precious purchases”可以推知,孩子们当时非常兴奋,他们在购买这些东西时精挑细选, 所以说他们这天的经历就像冒险一样,adventure 最符合语境。 43.A 几秒钟的时间,厨房桌子上堆满了劣质的零食。 44.C 作者以为小儿子也会和大孩子们一样,买了许多劣质的零食,又没有见他拿出来,担 心他在路上吃掉了。既然是劣质食品,作者自然希望(hoping)他没在学校或回家的路上 吃掉它们。 45.D 根据空前的“he said proudly”可知,大孩子们的聊天和欢乐一点儿都没有使他感到不安。 bother“使烦恼,不安”,符合语境。 46.B 大孩子们欣赏着(admired)他们的战利品。用 admire 表示孩子们的兴奋。 47.D significance“重要性,意义”。突然这个丑陋的令人生厌的礼物呈现出新的意义。 48.A 作者不相信一个四岁的孩子为了给他的妈妈买一件礼物会不理睬糖果、杯形蛋糕和为 了吸引孩子而设计的东西。ignore“不顾,不理”。 49. C 参见上题解析。attract “ 吸引” 50.B 丑陋突然(suddenly)变成了美丽,此处是对倒数第二段内容的再次强调。

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