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温岭中学 2013 届高三高考提优冲刺考试(四)英语试题
本试题卷分第 I 卷和第 II 卷两部分。满分 120 分,考试时间 120 分钟。 注意事项: 1.答题前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号用黑色字迹的签字笔或钢笔镇写在答题纸 规定的位置上。 2.每小题选出后,用 2B 铅笔把答题纸上对应题目的答案标号涂黑,如需改动,用橡皮 擦干净后,再选涂其它答案标号。不能答在试题卷上。

第 I 卷 (共 80 分)
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) 从 A、B、C 和 D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处地最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。 1. One has to hope that ____ Head of the Chinese Statistics Bureau is being completely honest when he says that China has _____ abundant supply of rice. A. 不填;an B. the;不填 C. 不填; the D. the;an 2. This is an important ____ to be discussed; we should take the historical view in our discussions. A. affair B. incident C. issue D. event 3. A man is accounted innocent until he is proven _____. A. guilty B. positive C. optimistic D. ridiculous 4. A huge number of magazines in foreign languages _____, not to mention those in Chinese. A. has been subscribed to B. have been subscribed to C. had been subscribed to D. is subscribed to 5. What is special about the president of FIFA is that even at a point____ there were doubters who were saying this can not happen, he said it will happen. A. that B. when C. where D. / 6. Finally, we hope that we have the courage to ensure that this type of ______ can be prevented. A. catastrophe B. construction C. commitment D. institution 7. You are advised to ______ health insurance, much as drivers are legally required to have car insurance. A. work out B. take out C. fill out D. make out 8. I _____ all the way to school; otherwise I would have been late. A. run B. ran C. am running D. have run 9. ---What was the very first impression you had when he came out? ---Wow! He _____ me as intelligent and well-informed. A. affected B. convinced C. struck D. touched 10. There is no _____ that the qualities of their living have gone from bad to worse. A. telling B. saying C. denying D. admitting 11. If you are to succeed, you must put your shoulder to the wheel." my head teacher _______ says to “ the class. A. curiously B. consequently C. confidently D. constantly 12. --- What‘s bothering you?

--- Well, the disappearance of the princess might _____ the wildest rumors. A. give voice to B. give rise to C. give way to D. give a hand to 13. ---What should we buy for Eliza? ---Don‘t worry about that. I‘ve already had a good idea. ---________.What is it? ---Look, it’s a box of heart-shaped chocolate. B. You deserve it C. You name it D. You bet A. You don’t say 14. College graduates aren't the only ones taking to their keyboards to find a new job. China's gainfully employed are also using microblogs ____ bigger and better opportunities. A. having sought B. sought C. to seek D. seeking 15. My dear Yue, your satisfactory smile was unforgettable, ____ made us want to fill your life with more happy and joyful experience! A. which B. as C. what D. that 16. I was usually a good judge of character, and this man had impressed me as reliable. But I ______ have been wrong this time. A. must B. can C. should D. would 17. She‘s been on a diet for three months; _______, she is heavier than before. A. if ever B. if any C. if anything D. if possible 18. He was lucky that the knife hadn't entered a ____ organ. It was a near miss! A. moral B. native C. rare D. vital 19. --- Did Phil win the game? --- No. Staying up late made him at his worst _____ physical situation. A. in case of B. in terms of C. in favor of D. in spite of 20. Having been awarded the 2012 Nobel Prize for Literature, ______. A. Mo Yan’s years of effort was well deserved B. his folks back at home were on top of the world. C. The current network evaluation is full of envy and jealousy D. Mo Yan felt that his years of effort paid off 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 21~40 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中, 选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 I have been applying, interviewing, etc since July with no prospects(前景). I have been told mostly that I am overqualified, or they need fulltime etc. I had been getting pretty down and discouraged. I was actually asking myself why can‘t someone be kind enough to take me on as an 21 . This past Tuesday evening it was 22 outside and going to be 9 pm as I was waiting at a bus stop. Just as the bus 23 a young woman approached me. She had a T-shirt, capri pants, and splippers on. She also was wearing several hospital bracelets. I 24 my purse and took out $5.00 so she could get something to eat. I then took off my jacket and 25 and gave them to her. I said, ―These are a little big but they should keep 26 warm.‖ She looked at me and said“Aren‘t you going to be cold?”I told her my being cold for 15

minutes 27 I got to my place was worth it if I knew she would be a little warmer. She sobbed and thanked me with a hug. I just told her to 28 . Then after I got on the bus that‘s 29 the miracle of spreading 30 happened. I stepped up to pay the 31 and the bus driver said, “Mam, I saw what you just did and your fare is 32 me, even though technically we aren‘t supposed to let you get on the bus without shoes.” said with a he wink. A lady who was dressed in a very 33 business suit called me over to her seat. She said, “I want to know the 34 of the person who just did the most 35 thing I have ever seen.” I told her my name and she said , “What can I do for you to 36 what I just witnessed?” I 37 said a paying job would be nice. The next day she called me and said that she had a 38 administrative assistant position 39 in her company and wanted me to meet with the manager. It 40 that the lady was the head Human Resources person. I start Monday morning at 9am! Thank you all for inspiring me to keep passing the kindness on! I never expected to get so much back in return! 21.A. engineer 22.A. burning hot 23.A. pulled up 24.A. brought out 25.A. gloves 26.A. her 27.A. before 28.A. pass it on 29.A. where 30.A. kindness 31.A. ticket 32.A. to 33.A. informal 34.A. job 35.A. inspiring 36.A. praise 37.A. seriously 38.A. part-time 39.A. empty 40.A. came about B. entertainer B. pouring B. picked up B. cut in B. sweater B. him B. until B. go ahead B. why B. luck B. fare B. for B. casual B. address B. courageous B. repay B. eagerly B. tough B. open B. occurred to me C. employee C. snowing C. broke down C. dug in C. blouse C. you C. after C. cheer up C. when C. generosity C. money C. on C. professional C. religion C. amazing C. appreciate C. hopefully C. simple C. offer C. turned out D. employer D. freezing cold D. dropped off D. reached D. tennis shoes D. me D. since D. come on D. how D. mercy D. check D. with D. practical D. name D. grateful D. admire D. jokingly D. novel D. opportunity D. worked out

第二部分:阅读理解(第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 第一节:阅读下列材料,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项, 并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 A

―I wasn‘t sick, but I was acting sick,‖ the 78-year-old widow says. ―Every day was the same—I would just lie on my bed and maybe cook up some soup.‖ For four lonely years, Evelyn Jones of Rockford, Illinois, lived friendless and forgotten in one room of a cheap hotel. Then, six months ago, she was invited to ―The Brighter Side‖—Rockford‘s day care center for the elderly. Every weekday morning since then, she has left her home to meet nine other old people in a church for a rich program of charity work, trips, games, and—most important of all—friendly companionship. Just a few years ago, there were few choices for the elderly between a normal life in their own homes and being totally closed in nursing homes. Many of them were sent to rest homes long before they needed full-time care. Others like Mrs. Jones, were left to take care of themselves. But in 1971, the White House Conference on Aging called for the development of alternatives to care in nursing homes for old people, and since then, government-supported day-care programs like The Brighter Side have been developed in most big American cities. ―This represents a real alternative to the worried institution and makes old people believe they have not left the world of living,‖ says Alice Brophy, 64, director of New York City‘s Office for the Aging. ―They do well at the centers, and I hate it when people describe us as elderly fences.‖ New York‘s 138 centers encourage continuing contact for the aged with the community‘s life. The centers serve more than 15,000 members, and volunteer workers are always looking for new ones. If someone doesn‘t show up at the center for several days in a row, a worker at the center calls to make sure all is well. And although participation in the center is free, those who want to can pay for their lunches. No normal studies have been made of these centers for the elderly, but government officials are enthusiastic. In the future, the Public Health Service will do a study to decide if the programs can receive federal Medicare money. And the old people themselves are very happy with the programs. ―There is no way,‖ says Evelyn Jones, smiling at her new companions at the Brighter Side, ―that I will ever go back to spending my day with all those loses at the hotel.‖ 41. From the first two paragraphs we know that _______. A. Mrs. Jones is too old to take care of herself B. Mrs. Jones is in charge of ―The Brighter Side‖ C. Mrs. Jones stays in the nursing home with her husband D. Mrs. Jones wasn‘t satisfied with the life in the nursing home 42. According to the passage, which of the following is true? A. In the rest homes all the old people need full-time care. B. The government is discussing how to support the program. C. Day-care centers like the Brighter Side are popular with the elderly. D. Government officials have made normal studies of the centers for the elderly. 43. In the opinion of Alice Brophy, _______. A. the old people are glad to work in the day-care centers B. the institutions are worried about the safety of the elderly C. the elderly shouldn‘t work without being paid in the center. D. outside the Brighter Side the volunteers don‘t work for the old 44. The underlined word (Para 3) ―this‖ refers to _______. A. the day care program B. the White House Conference on Aging C. the Public Health Service D. New York City‘s Office for the Aging

45. How does the writer seem to feel about day-care programs for the elderly? A. He is opposed to the program. B. He is in favor of the program. C. He thinks nursing homes are better. D. He doesn‘t say anything about the program. B Boys‘ schools are the perfect place to teach young men to express their emotions and are more likely to get involved in activities such as art, dance and music, according to research released today. Far from the traditional image of a culture of aggressive masculinity (阳刚之气) in which students either sink or swim, the absence of girls gives boys the chance to develop without pressure, the US study says. Boys at single sex schools were said to be more likely to get involved in cultural and artistic activities that helped develop their emotional expressiveness, rather than feeling they had to follow the ―boy code‖ of hiding their emotions to be a ―real man‖. The report, presented at a conference of the International Boys‘ Schools Coalition in London attended by the heads of private and state schools, goes against received wisdom that boys do better when taught alongside girls. The headmaster of Eton, Tony Little, warned that boys were being failed by the British education system because it had become too focused on girls. He criticised teachers for failing to recognise that boys are actually more emotional than girls, despite the fact that girls ―turn on the waterworks‖. The research argued that boys often perform badly in mixed schools because they become depressed when their female classmates do better earlier in verbal skills and reading, because the left side of the brain develops faster in girls. They also felt they had to be ―cool‖ rather than diligent. But in single sex schools teachers are able to tailor lessons to boys‘ learning style, letting them move around the classroom and getting them to compete in teams to prevent boredom, wrote the study‘s author, education expert, Abigail James, of the University of Virginia. Teachers could encourage boys to enjoy reading and writing with specifically ―boy-focused‖ approaches such as themes and characters that appeal to them. Boys in boys‘ schools ―loved‖ to pen poems because they enjoyed the ―structure in poems‖, James said. Because, the researchers say, boys generally have better spatial skills, more sharp vision, learn best through touch, are more impulsive (冲动的) and more physically active, they need to be given ―hands-on‖ lessons where they are allowed to walk around, with this natural impulsive not seen as disorderly. ―Boys in mixed schools view classical music as girlish and prefer the modern style in which violence and sexism are major themes,‖ James wrote. Single sex education also made it less likely that boys would feel they had to obey a stereotype gained from the media by girls that men should be ―masterful and in charge‖ in relationships. ―In the present sexualised atmosphere popular in mixed schools, boys feel forced to act like men before they understand themselves well enough to know what that means,‖ the report said. 46. According to the passage, in mixed schools _______. A. boys have to learn to be strong like real men

B. teachers often encourage boys in spite of their poor performance C. girls tend to laugh at boys because boys are disorderly in the classroom D. boys and girls take an active part in cultural and artistic activities together 47. In the opinion of Tony Little, the headmaster of Eton, _________. A. teachers are strict with boys in single sex schools B. boys had better hide their emotion in mixes schools C. the British education system is not in the favor of boys D. In private schools boys do better when taught with girls 48. Which of the following words has similar meaning to the underlined word ―tailor‖ (Para. 6)? A. teach B. order C. measure D. design 49. In single sex schools, _______. A. girls are often absent from class B. teachers develop the left side of the students C. boys have the freedom to cry if they feel unhappy D. students don‘t have to obey the principles of schools 50. The writer develops the passage by _______. A. telling stories and tales B. making comparison and contrast C.offering figures and facts D. giving analysis and examples C What most people don‘t realize is that wealth isn‘t the same as income. If you make $ 1 million a year and spend $ 1 million, you‘re not getting wealthier, you‘re just living high. Wealth is what you accumulate, not what you spend. The most successful accumulators of wealth spend far less than they can afford on houses, cars, vacations and entertainment. Why? Because these things offer little or no return. The wealthy would rather put their money into investments or their businesses. It‘s an attitude. Millionaires understand that when you buy a luxury house, you buy a luxury life–style too. Your property taxes skyrocket, along with the cost of public facilities and insurance, and the prices of nearby services, such as grocery stores, tend to be higher. The rich man‘s attitude can also be seen in his car. Many drive old ordinary cars. Sam Walton, billionaire founder of the Wal – Mart Store, Inc., drove a pickup truck. Most millionaires measure success by net worth (资本净值), not income. Instead of taking their money home, they plow as much as they can into their businesses, stock and other investments. Why? Because the government doesn‘t tax wealth; it taxes income you bring home for consumption, the more the government taxes. The person who piles up net worth fastest tends to put every dollar he can into investments, not consumption. All the while, of course, he‘s reinvesting his earnings from investments and watching his net worth increase. That‘s the attitude as well. The best wealth-builders pay careful attention to their money and seek professional advice. Those who spend heavily on cars, boats and buses, I‘ve found, tend to spend little on investment advice. Those who spend less on the luxuries are usually more willing to pay top dollar for good legal and financial advice. The self-made rich develop clear goals for their money. They may wish to retire early, or they may want to leave an estate to their children. The goals vary, but two things are consistent: they have a dollar figure in mind--the amount they want to save by age 50, perhaps – and they work

continuously toward that goal. One thing may surprise you. If you make wealth – not just income – your goal, the luxury house you‘ve been dreaming about won‘t seem so inviting. You‘ll have the attitude. 51. According to the passage, which of the following is true? A. Sam Walton lives high because he is a billionaire. B. Certainly high income makes one rich and happy. C. Many people think wealth is just what one has got. D. Wealth is judged by how much a millionaire spends. 52. In the author‘s opinion, those who spend money on luxury houses and cars _______. A. live high but have little saved B. live an admirable and happy life C. can show that they are among the rich D. have accumulated wealth in another way 53. The rich who put their money into business _______. A. have the goal to develop their company B. get much in return to build their wealth C. are not interested in luxury houses and cars D. spend money without being taxed by the government 54. From the passage we know that _______. A. wealth –builders have little in common B. rich people don‘t purchase anything at all C. accumulators of wealth work until the age of 50 D. the government doesn‘t tax what people spend on stocks 55. What‘s attitude of the writer towards the people living high? A. negative B. positive C. supportive D. objective D She was dancing. My disabled grandmother was dancing. I stood in the living room doorway absolutely stunned. I glanced at the kitchen table and sure enough—right under a small, framed drawing on the wall—was a freshly baked peach pie. I heard her sing when I opened the door but did not want to interrupt the beautiful song by yelling I had arrived, so I just tiptoed to the living room. I looked at how her still-lean body bent beautifully, her arms greeting the sunlight that was pouring through the window. And her legs. Those legs that had stiffly walked, aided with a cane, insensible shoes as long as I could remember. Now she was wearing beautiful dancing shoes and her legs obeyed her perfectly. No limping. No stiffness. Just beautiful, fluid motion. She was the pet of the dancing world. And then she‘d had her accident and it was all over. I had read that in an old newspaper clipping. She turned around slowly and saw me standing in the doorway. Her song ended, and her beautiful movements with it, so abruptly that it felt like being shaken awake from a beautiful dream. The sudden silence rang in my ears. Grandma looked so much like a kid caught with her hand in a cookie jar that I couldn‘t help myself, and a slightly nervous laughter escaped. Grandma sighed and turned towards the kitchen. I followed her, not believing my eyes. She was walking with no difficulties in her beautiful shoes. We sat down by the table and cut ourselves big pieces of her delicious peach pie. ―So...‖ I blurted, ―How did your leg heal?‖ ―To tell you the truth—my legs have been well all my life,‖ she said. ―But I don‘t understand!‖ I said, ―Your dancing career... I mean... You pretended all these

years? ―Very much so,‖ Grandmother closed her eyes and enjoyed the peach pie, ―And for a very good reason.‖ ―What reason?‖ ―Your grandfather.‖ ―You mean he told you not to dance?‖ ―No, this was my choice. I am sure I would have lost him if I had continued dancing. I weighed fame and love against each other and love won.‖ She thought for a while and then continued. ―We were talking about engagement when your grandfather had to go to war. It was the most horrible day of my life when he left. I was so afraid of losing him, so I put all my energy and time into practicing dancing—and I became very good. Critics praised me, the public loved me, but all I could feel was the ache in my heart, not knowing whether the love of my life would ever return. Then I went home and read and re-read his letters until I fell asleep. He always ended his letters with ?You are my Joy. I love you with my life‘ and after that he wrote his name. And then one day a letter came. There were only three sentences: ?I have lost my leg. I am no longer a whole man and now give you back your freedom. It is best you forget about me.‘‖ ―I made my decision there and then. I took my leave, and traveled away from the city. When I returned I had bought myself a cane and wrapped my leg tightly with bandages. I told everyone I had been in a car crash and that my leg would never completely heal again. My dancing days were over. No one suspected the story—I had learned to limp convincingly before I returned home. And I made sure the first person to hear of my accident was a reporter I knew well. Then I traveled to the hospital. They had pushed your grandfather outside in his wheelchair. There was a cane on the ground by his wheelchair. I took a deep breath, leaned on my cane and limped to him. ‖ By now I had forgotten about the pie and listened to grandma, fascinated. ―What happened then?‖ I hurried her when she took her time eating some pie. ―I told him he was not the only one who had lost a leg, even if mine was still attached to me. I showed him newspaper clippings of my accident. ?So if you think I‘m going to let you feel sorry for yourself for the rest of your life, think again. There is a whole life waiting for us out there! And I am not going to carry you—you are going to walk yourself.‖ Grandma giggled, a surprisingly girlish sound coming from an old lady with white hair. ―I limped a few steps toward him and showed him what I‘d taken out of my pocket. ?Now show me you are still a man,‘ I said, ?I won‘t ask again.‘ He bent to take his cane from the ground and struggled out of that wheelchair. I was not going to help. And so he managed it on his own and walked to me and never sat in a wheelchair again in his life.‖ ―What did you show him?‖ I had to know. Grandma looked at me and grinned. ―Two engagement rings, of course. I had bought them the day after he left for the war‖ I looked at the drawing on the kitchen wall, sketched by my grandfather so many years before. The picture became unclear as tears filled my eyes. ―You are my Joy. I love you with my life.‖ I murmured quietly. The young woman in the drawing sat on her park bench and with twinkling eyes smiled broadly at me, an engagement ring carefully drawn on her finger. 56. On arriving home, the writer _______ A. found his disabled grandmother dancing B. sang songs with his grandmother dancing

C. saw his grandmother fall suddenly while dancing D. began to enjoy the peach pie baked by his grandmother 57. The underlined word ―that‖ (Para 2) refers to _______. A. the story that disabled people could still dance B. the story that his grandmother lost her leg in the war C. the story that his grandmother pretended to be disabled D. the story that a dancer had to end the career because of an accident 58. How did the writer‘s grandmother convince his grandfather of her broken leg? A. Sitting in a wheelchair she went to see him. B. She lay in hospital after returning from the trip. C. She showed the news of her accident in the newspaper to him. D. She asked a doctor she knew well to wrap her leg tightly with bandages 59. According to the passage, what kind of person is the writer‘s grandmother? A. Brave and sympathetic B. Considerate and optimistic C. Talented and proud D. Pessimistic and disappointed 60. Which of the following is the best title? A. An Honored Hero B. A Successful Dancing Lady C. A Disabled Couple D. You Are My Happiness 第二节:下面文章中有 5 处(第 61~65 题)需要添加小标题。请从以下选项(A、B、C、D、 E 和 F)中选出符合各段意思的小标题,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有 一项是多余选项。 A. Is there a secure life? B. Why do we need security and comfort? C. What should be tried to be happy? D. Are there any limitations on our happiness? E. What causes happiness? F. Do possessions make us happy? 61. _______ Have you ever wondered why you do all that you do? What is the aim of all the effort? Why get a job, why earn, why build a house, why get a car, why save for the future? Think about it for a moment...You might say, we do this to ensure security and comfort for the rest of our lives... I think security and comfort are both geared towards one final aim, to ensure lasting and genuine happiness. Happiness is the final aim of everything we do. Again, take a moment to think about this. The question I will raise is, do security and comfort really make us happy? 62. _______ Life and future are too uncertain for anything, even money, to secure. There is absolutely no security in life. This realization need not be traumatic(外伤用的), in fact, it can be liberating(解 放)! You don‘t have to be a slave to the future any more! Security is mostly a superstition(迷信). It does not exist in nature, nor do the children of men as a whole experience it. Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than total exposure. 63. _______ You may say that happiness requires nice comforts like a house, a car, big bank balance, a high paying job. Here in India where I live, I have traveled through villages where people seemed to earn just enough to make ends meet. I have seen smiling faces and smiling eyes that readily gave

me directions to my destination, which displayed a friendly curiosity in me and my journey. I have also worked for 3 years on Wall Street, in a big Investment Bank. I have seen some people with a lot of money but still unhappy. Happiness, it seems, is not a factor of how much you have. You can feel happy listening to a good song, you can feel happy witnessing a beautiful sunrise; you can feel happy in any number of ways that don‘t require any possessions at all. 64. ________ Happiness, to me, is the result of a decision to be happy. I feel all the happy people I have met, whether in villages or on Wall Street, have just decided to be happy. No matter what the situation, they just smile. The ones who are not happy have delayed their happiness. They have made it contingent(意外事故) upon some event, some amount of money, a certain status... They have put certain limitations on their happiness. They don‘t believe that the only limitations we have are the ones we put on ourselves. 65. _______ Go ahead and make your own resolve to be happy. Practice it, try to be happy no matter what. If you falter (and you will falter, many times), don‘t feel guilty, just bring your focus back to your resolve. Slowly, you will find a sense of lasting happiness. Listen to that favorite song of yours. Make a resolution to not think about anything till it ends. This is a simple choice, totally in your hands. Look at a beautiful picture, play with your kid, talk to a genuine friend... Happiness is so readily available, right now!

第Ⅱ卷(共 40 分)
第三部分:写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧ ,并在其下面写上该加的词。 ) 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词。2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 除起)不 计分。 例如: It was very nice to get your invitation to spend ∧weekend with you. Luckily I was the am completely free then, so I‘ll to say ―yes‖, I‘ll arrive in Bristol at around 8:00 p.m. in Friday on evening. One day, I went into a small corner’s shop. I picked up a few items, and handed it to the shopkeeper, who pointed at the sausage and bread I was buying and offering, “I can make you a sandwich, so you don't have to do it yourself”. I nodded shy. Having been

made the sandwich, she asked me wait a moment. She went in the back room and reappeared with the container of hot soup. “It will warm you up,” she said with a broad smile. What really warms me up was not the soup but her smile. His kindness made me feel cared of at a point in life when I was particularly lonely.

第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分)
学校英语社在“阳光体育”活动周开展“How do we build good health?”征文活动, 请用英文按以下要点写一篇100-120个词的短文。 1. 好身体的条件(饮食、锻炼、睡眠) 2. 说明这些给你带来的好处

英语(四)答案解析
1. D 【命题立意】考查冠词。难度中等。 句意:我们希望,当中国统计局负责人说中国有丰富的大米供应时,他是完全诚实的。 t he 特指中 国统计局负责人,a supply of 为固定搭配。 2. C 【命题立意】考查名词辨析。难度中等。 句意:这是很值得讨论的问题 ,我们要用历史的观点来讨论。affair 事件, 事务, 事情。incident 事 变, 事件, 插曲。issue 议题, 问题。event 事件,大事;比赛项目。 3. A 【命题立意】考查形容词辨析。难度中等。 句意:一个人未被证明有罪前,被视为是清白的。guilty 有罪的, 内疚的。positive 确实的;积极的, 肯定的;正的,阳性的。 optimistic 乐观的, 乐观主义的。ridiculous 荒谬的, 可笑的。 4. B 【命题立意】考查动词时态和主谓一致。难度中等。 句意:已经订阅了大量的外语杂志,更何况那些中文杂志。主语是 magazines。 5. B 【命题立意】考查关系词。难度中等。句意:国际足联主席的特别之处是, 即使在一个怀疑者们 说这不可能发生的时候,他说这将会发生。 point 时刻 6. A 【命题立意】考查名词辨析。难度中等。 句意: 最后, 我们希望我们有勇气保证能够预防这样的大灾难。 catastrophe 大灾难, 灾祸。 construction 建造, 建设; 建造物, 建筑物;结构。commitment 承诺,保证;信奉, 献身; 承担的义务。 institution 社会公共机构;制度,习俗;设立,制定。 7. B 【命题立意】考查短语动词辨析。难度较大。 句意:建议您办理健康保险,就好象法律要求司机有汽车保险一样。work out 做出, 可以解决, 设计 出, 计算出, 锻炼, 开采完, 精疲力尽。 take out 取出, 带…出去;除掉;办理。 fill out 填写。 make out 看出,辨认出;理解,了解;写出,起草。 8. B【命题立意】考查动词时态。难度中等。 句意:我一路跑到学校,否则我会迟到了。 9. C 命题立意】考查动词辨析。难度较大。 句意:你对他出来时候的第一印象是什么?哇!他给我的印象是聪明博识。affect 影响, 感动, 作 用。 convince 使确信,使信服,说服。 strike 打,击;罢工;撞击,冲击;侵袭;打动;给予 (某人)。 印象。 How did the plan strike you?那个计划你认为如何?The idea strikes me as stupid. 。。 如 我认为那个注意很愚蠢。

12. B 【命题立意】考查短语动词辨析。难度较大。 句意: ---你愁什麽呢? ---嗯, 公主的失踪可能会引起了各种流言蜚语啊。 give voice to 吐露, 发泄 He gave voice to his opinions 他表达了他的意见。give rise to 引起,导致,为…的原因 give way to 让位于, 让 步, 代替 Don't give way to grief[despair]. 不要被悲痛[沮丧]情绪压倒。 Cloudy mornings give way to clear evenings. [谚]早晨云遮日,晚上星满天。give a hand to 帮忙做。 13. A 【命题立意】考查功能会话英语。难度较大。 句意:---我们买什么礼物给伊莉莎呢?---别担心,我已经有好主意啦。---真的啊,是什么?---看, 是一盒心形巧克力。 You don‘t say 是真的吗 ; 是吗! 真想不到! You don't say! You are lucky 真的啊! 你真幸运! You deserve it 你应该得的! 你值得拥有! 你活该! because of the lack of exercise, too It's much high-fat food, you deserve it. 这是因为缺乏运动,过多的高脂肪食物,你活该!You name it 凡

你能说得出的, 由你定 She can make anything: chairs, tables, cupboards you name it.她什麽都会做: 椅子、 桌子、 柜橱---你说出什麽她都会做。 You bet 肯定地, 没问题 They won't make it, you bet. 他 们肯定办不成。 14. C 【命题立意】考查动词非谓语辨析。难度中等。 句意:大学毕业生并不是唯一想通过键盘找到一份新工作的人。中国的在职人士也想通过微博寻 求更大更好的工作机会。to seek 目的状语。 15. A 【命题立意】考查关系词。难度中等。 句意:亲爱的粤,你满意的笑容真令人难忘,它使我们想让你的生活充满更多的快乐和愉悦的体验。 Which 引导非限制性定语从句,在从句中做主语。 16. A 【命题立意】考查情态动词表示猜测。难度较大。 句意: 我通常善于判断人的性格, 这个人给我的印象是可靠的。但是这次我肯定错了。must have been 肯定已经是(错) 。should have been 本来应该是(错) ,实际上没有(错) 。Can‘t have been 不可能已经(错) 。 would have been 本来可能已经,实际上没有(错) 17. C 【命题立意】考查常用连词组词辨析。难度较大。 句意: 她已经节食三个月了, 要说有什么变化的话, 她比以前更重了。 ever 如果发生过的话 She If seldom, if ever, goes to the cinema. 她难得看电影。If any 若有的话 Correct the mistakes ,if any. if anything 若要说有什么变化的话 He is, if anything, a little weaker today. 他今天身体反而比较弱一 点。if possible 可能的话 18. D 【命题立意】考查形容词辨析。难度中等。 句意: 那把刀没有插进一个重要器官,他是幸运的。真是有惊无险!moral 道德的, 精神上的。 native 本国的, 本土的, 当地的。 rare 稀有的;珍奇的;稀薄的;煎得嫩的。 vital 至关重要的, 有活力的, 生死攸关的 19. B 【命题立意】考查复合介词辨析。难度中等。 句意:---菲尔赢了吗?---没有。就身体状况而言,熬夜让他处于最恶劣的状态。in case of 假如, 如果发生;防备。in terms of 用…的话;按照,从…方面来说 。 in favor of 支持,赞同。 in spite of 不顾,不管。 20. D 【命题立意】考查非谓语动词的逻辑主语。难度较大。句意:被授予 2012 年诺贝尔文学奖之 后,莫言觉得他多年的努力获得了回报。非谓语动词的逻辑主语通常是句子的主语。其他三个选项的 主语都不是 having been awarded 的逻辑主语,在语法上是错误的,是 Chinglish。 【文章大意】本文属于记叙文。作者以第一人称叙述发生在她身上的一个真实故事。作者不停地申 请面试,已经在求职路上走了好几个月了,前景暗淡。一天夜里,她的一个偶然为之的善举为她创造 了奇迹。真是善有善报啊! 21.C. employee take on …as… 雇佣为 22. D. freezing cold 联系下文作者送夹克衫和网球鞋给她,应该是很冷。 23. A. pulled up (车子)停下来。The policeman pulled up the motorist and asked to see his licence.警 察让那个开车的人停下来,要求看他的执照。As they pulled up at their hotel, the rain stopped.他们的 车在旅馆停下,雨不下了。 24. C. dug in (手)伸进(钱包) 。下文说取出 5 美圆。 25. D. tennis shoes 上文说作者看见她拖着拖鞋,下文司机说作者没有穿鞋子,推断作者脱下自己的 jacket 还有鞋子。 26. C. you 27. B. until 作者对她说,如果我知道她温暖一点点那么我到自己的家前寒冷 15 分钟 也是值得的。 28. A. pass it on 把善意传递下去。最后一段作者又提到 keep passing the kindness on。 还有 pass it forward 是同义词组。 29. C. when 作者上车后就是她传播善意的奇迹发生的时刻。 30. A. kindness 见 29。

31. A. ticket 买车票 32. C. on Your fare is on me. 你的车费我包了。 It was the publican's birthday, so all the drinks were 如: on the house. 那天是酒店老板的生日,所以免费招待顾客喝酒。 33. C. professional 穿着非常职业的商务西装 34. D. name 下文说告诉她我的名字,可知。 35. A. inspiring 36. B. repay 回报 穿着职业西装的女士认为作者刚刚做的是她所看到过的最激励他人的善举。所 以问作者怎样回报你呢? 37. D. jokingly 开玩笑地。 作者没有料到真能够得到一份工作,所以是开玩笑地说。 38. A. part-time 兼职的。 第一段作者说她被告知他们需要全职的(fulltime), 推断作者要找的工作是 兼职的。 39. B. open a position open 一个职位空缺 40. C. turned out It turned out that ……结果是…… It came about that… 事情就这样发生了…… It occurred to me that… 我突然想 起……

45. 答案选 B。 此题考查文章作者的语气。 从文章中描述 Mrs. Jones 的心情的变化和老人们 的心情可知作者对 day-care programs 是赞同的。 46. 答案选 A。从文章第二段的 they had to follow the ―boy code‖ of hiding their emotions to be a ―real man‖.和最后一段的 In the present sexualised atmosphere popular in mixed schools, boys feel forced to act like men 可知答案。 47. 答案选 C。从第四段的 The headmaster of Eton, Tony Little warned that boys were being failed by the British education system 可知答案。 48. 答案选 D。考查词义推测。在男孩子的学校老师根据男孩子的特点为男孩子设计课程。 49. 答案选 C。此题属推断题。从第四段中的…boys are actually more emotional than girls, despite the fact that girls ―turn on the waterworks‖.可知答案。 50.答案选 B。此题考查文章的组织结构。文章作者通过比较男女混合学校和专门的男生学 校阐述后者有利于男孩子的发展。 51. 答案选 C。此题属表层理解题,答案在第一段的 What most people don‘t realize is that wealth isn‘t the same as income. 52. 答案选 A。此题属深层次理解题。从第一段和第二段以及关于富人对待消费的态度可 知答案。 53. 答案选 B。 从第六段的 The person who piles up net worth fastest tends to put every dollar he can into investments, not consumption. All the while, of course, he‘s reinvesting his earnings from investments and watching his net worth increase.可知答案。 54. 答案选 D。 此题属推断题。 从第五段的 Because the government doesn‘t tax wealth; it taxes income you bring home for consumption, the more the government taxes.可知答案。 55. 答案选 A。此题考查作者对过奢侈生活的态度。 56. 答案选 A。此题考查细节理解。从文章的第一段可知答案。 57. 答案选 D。此题考查指代。从第二段大的 She was the pet of the dancing world. And then she‘d had her accident and it was all over.可知答案。 58. 答案选 C。 从文章倒数第四段的 And I made sure the first person to hear of my accident was

a reporter I knew well.和第五段的 I showed him newspaper clippings of my accident.可知答案。 59. 答案选 B。 文章里提到 my grandmother 为了让祖父能无负担地和她一起生活不惜装扮成 跛子和倒数第三段 Grandma giggled, a surprisingly girlish sound coming from an old lady with white hair.可知她的个性 60.答案选 D。此题考查对文章大意的理解。从文章中反复出现的 You are my Joy. I love you with my life.可知答案。 61.答案选 B 本段 谈到了有人认为 security and comfort 可以给人幸福。作者提出疑问。 62. 答案选 A 本段提到了 There is absolutely no security in life。 63. 答案选 F 本段通过对比回答了问题 Do possessions make us happy? 不是有钱就会幸福。 64. 答案选 E 本段了回答了什么是真正的幸福。 65.答案选 C 本段谈到如何得到幸福。 第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分)

One possible version There are various methods to keep in good shape. Personally, in order to keep healthy, I eat well, exercise, and get enough rest. Eating well is an excellent way to keep healthy. I eat lots of vegetables and fruit and I tend to eat more fish than meat. Exercising is also very important to leading a healthy lifestyle. If I am particularly busy, I will walk up the stairs rather than take the elevator. This provides me with the minimum amount of exercise. Furthermore, I sleep for approximately eight hours every night, as my body uses this rest time to heal itself. So sleep is absolutely necessary for a healthy life. In conclusion, A person who leads a healthy lifestyle will be less likely to get sick.



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