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高中英语高考冲刺模拟测试练习题第I卷第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分40分)第一节 单项填空(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。1.—Wouldyoumindgivingyouradviceonhowtoimproveourbusinessmanagement?—Ifyoumake______mostofthemodernequipment,therewillbe______riseinproduction.A./;/B.the;aC./;aD.the;/2.Knowledgeandlearningareimportantifwewanttobesuccessful,buttheymayalso______ourthinking.A.directB.limitC.changeD.improve3.Thedrivertriedeverythinghecouldthinkof,butthecarjust______notmove.A.shouldB.mightC.mustD.would4.—Jack,thisisthethirdtimethatyouhavebeenlatethisweek.—Sorry,sir,butIwas______for15minutesonthewayhereinthetrafficjam.A.heldupB.putupC.takenupD.givenup 5.______IfailedinEnglishathirdtime,Ihadnodoubtaboutmygiftforforeignlanguages.A.BythetimeB.UntilC.AfterD.Unless6.______hewantstosayis______greatanefforthehasmadetohelpherout.A.That;howB.What;whatC.What;howD.What;that7.Thenewscameasnosurprisetome.I______forsometimethatthefactorywasgoingtoshutdown.A.knewB.hadknownC.haveknownD.know8.______,andtheproblemwillbeworkedout.A.IfyouhaveabitmoreeffortB.HavingalittleeffortC.AbitmoreeffortD.Therebeingalittleeffort9.Onlywhen______hard______makeyourdreamcometrue.A.doyouwork;youcanB.youwork;youcanC.doyouwork;canyouD.youwork;canyou10.—Doyouthinktheirtabletennisteamwillwin thefirstplaceatthecomingsportsmeeting?—______.Oursismuchstrongerthantheirs.A.OfcourseB.ItdependsC.Don’tmentionitD.Bynomeans第二节完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从11—30各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中选出最佳选项。It’sonlyafterthreeweeksintoanewjobthatImadeaseriousmistake.Mybosscalledit“extremelyembarrassing”inacompany-widee-mail—which,11,hewrotebecausehefeltheneededtoexplainthatwhatIdidwassomething12inthecompanyshouldeverdo.IwishI13giveagoodexcuseforwhatIdid.Attheveryleast,IwishIcouldexplainitsomehow—14itonyouth,inexperienceorignorance.Unfortunately,I’m15,experiencedandIknowbetter.16Iworkwithsomeverykindandcompassionate(富于同情心的)people.Forthepastcoupleofdaysmanyofthemhavetakentimeto17bymydeskandoffercomfort,encouragementandsupport.Somehavesharedwithmesimilar18theyhavemade.EvidentlyI’mnot theonly“19”personhere.OneoftheexchangesIhadthisweekwaswithLois,themuch-honored,much-respectedprofessionalwho20thedeskrightnexttomine.Loiswascompletely21aboutherwork,andtobehonestIwasalittlenervousabouthowshewould22tosuchanextremelyembarrassingincident.AsIexpected,Loisdidn’tpassoverthe23whenshesawmethenextday.Shementioneditdirectly,24withempatheticconsideration.Shelistenedtomy25.JustasIwasreadytoexpressmyregrets,shebroughtmyself-pitypartlytoa(n)26.“Ithappened”,shesaid,“There’snothingyoucandoto27that.Ithappened.Butit’sovernow.It’s28.It’sinthepast.Youneedtoletitgo,andmoveon.”Andwiththatshereturnedher29toherwork,asiftosay,“We’redonehere.”Ibeatmyselfupforweeks.AtsuchtimesIneedtorememberthose30words:It’sover.It’sdone.Letitgo.Andmostly,moveon.11.A.bythewayB.inthewayC.onthewayD.totheway 12.A.someoneB.anyoneC.nooneD.theone13.A.shouldB.mightC.willD.could14.A.fixB.blameC.relyD.put15.A.outgoingB.oldC.cheerfulD.energetic16.A.ThankfullyB.NaturallyC.GenerallyD.Hopefully17.A.workB.stopC.watchD.sit18.A.decisionsB.troublesC.attemptsD.mistakes19.A.annoyingB.confusingC.embarrassingD.puzzling20.A.repairsB.wantsC.worksD.occupies21.A.madB.seriousC.curiousD.hopeful22.A.reactB.agreeC.turnD.object 23.A.issueB.outcomeC.standardD.message24.A.forB.thereforeC.butD.otherwise25.A.challengeB.imaginationC.conclusionD.explanation26.A.orderB.keyC.endD.process27.A.forgetB.ruinC.preventD.change28.A.brokenB.doneC.lostD.kept29.A.attentionB.skillC.patienceD.interest30.A.sweetB.pleasantC.meaningfulD.colorful第二部分:阅读(共两节,满分50分)第一节阅读理解(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A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 ADuetotheincreasingnumberofviolenceactsproducedinschoolsallovertheworld,moreandmoreparentsprefertohavetheirchildreneducatedathomeratherthanatschool.Thiswaytheycanensuretheirsafetyandwell-being,althoughteachersandschoolrepresentativesaretryingtoimprovethesituationinschoolsbyincreasingthenumberofthepersonsinchargeofthesafetyofthestudents.Themainreasonforviolenceactsarethefilmsandcartoonsthatfillthechildren’stime.TheywanttodoeverythingtheywatchonTVandneverthinkoftheconsequences,andtheymayhurtaclassmateorateacher.Ontheotherhand,parentsarenotfullysatisfiedwiththechildren’sresultsobtainedinclassesandtheyconsiderprivateclasseswouldhavebetterresults.Whenateacherhastowatch30studentsinclasshecan’tprobablyseewhateachofthemisdoing,howheiswriting,orifheunderstandstheexplanations.Athometheteachercanexplainindetailseverythingthe childdoesn’tunderstandasmanytimesasheconsidersproper.Andmanytimesthechildgrowsfondoftheteacherathome,whobecomeshisbestfriend,andwhohelpshimwheneverheneedssomeonetotalkto.However,thebestsolutionwouldbeamixturebetweentheeducationreceivedatschoolandthatathome,becauseschoolmakeschildrencommunicateandsocialize.Keepingachildathomeforfeartheremighthappensomethingbadtohimonlymakesthechild’scharacterweakandpreventshimfromknowingwhatreallifeis.Stayinginacrystalballonlydoesharmtothechild.Allinall,schoolshavebeencreatedtohelpchildren,nottoharmthem,soit’sbesttokeepchildreninthesespecialplaces,wheretheylearn,laugh,havefunandmakenewfriends.31.Thewriter’spurposeinwritingthetextisto________.A.teachparentsthewaystokeeptheirchildrensafeB.showsolutionstodevelopingchildren’scharacterC.explainthemainreasonforviolenceactsinschools D.analyzeaneducationproblemandgiveopinions32.Whichofthefollowingmightbethebesttitleofthepassage?A.AdvantagesandDisadvantagesofPrivateClassesB.WhoistoBlame,ParentsorSchools?C.WhichIsBetter,SchoolStudyorHomeStudy?D.TheRelationshipbetweenTeachersandChildren33.Whatdoes“acrystalball”inthepassagereferto?A.Atoythatcanbeusedforentertainment.B.Asafeandcomfortableenvironment.C.Aroundobjectthatismadeofcrystal.D.Anobstaclethatishardtoovercome.34.Wecaninferfromthepassagethat________.A.violenceTVprogramshavebadeffectsonchildren’sbehaviorB.theteacherathomeismorepatientthantheteacheratschoolC.childrentodayareweakfromlackofsenseofrightandwrongD.therearetoomanystudentsinclassforateachertoteach BElephantshavefourdistinctpersonalitiesthathelptheirherdsurviveintheAfricanbush,scientistshavefound.?Withtheirgreyskin,mournfuleyesandslowheavypace,youcouldbeforgivenforthinkingelephantsareuniformlymelancholy(忧郁的)creatures.Butscientistshavenowdiscoveredthelargestlivinglandanimalshavepersonalitiestomatchtheirsize.InanewstudyofAfricanelephants,researchershaveidentifiedfourdistinctcharactersthatarecommoninaherd–theleaders,thegentlegiants,theplayfulrogues(小淘气)andthereliableplodders(辛勤工作的人).Eachofthetypeshasdevelopedtohelpthegiantmammalssurviveintheirharshenvironmentandisalmostuniqueintheanimalkingdom,accordingtothescientists.ProfessorPhyllisLeeandhercolleagueCynthiaMossstudiedaherdofelephantsintheAmboseliNational ParkinKenyaknownastheEBfamily—famousfortheirmatriarchEchobeforeshediedin2009.Usingdatacollectedover38yearsofwatchingthisgroup,theresearchersanalyzedthemfor26typesofbehaviorandfoundfourpersonalityfeaturestendedtoemerge.Thestrongestpersonalitytoemergewasthatoftheleader.Unlikeotheranimals,whereleadershiptendstobewonbythemostdominantandaggressiveindividual,theelephantsinsteadrespectedintelligenceandproblemsolvingintheirleader.Echo,thematriarchandoldestinthegroup,herdaughterEnid,andElla,thesecondoldestfemale,allemergedasleaders.Theplayfulelephantstendedtobeyoungerbutweremorecuriousandactive.Eudora,a40-year-oldfemaleintheherd,seemedtobethemostplayful,consistentlyshowingthisfeaturethroughoutherlifewhileplayfulnessinsomeoftheotherelephantsdeclinedwithage. Gentleelephants,whichincludedtwo27-year-oldfemalesEleanorandEliot,touchedandrubbedagainstothersmorethantheothers.Thosethatwerereliabletendedtobethosethatweremostconsistentatmakinggooddecisions,helpedtocareforinfantsintheherdandwerecalmwhenfacedwiththreats.EchoandheryoungestdaughterEbonyseemedtobethemostreliable.ProfessorLeesaidthatelephantswiththesefeaturestendedtobethemostsociallyintegratedinthegroupwhilethosewhotendedtobelessreliableandpushyweremorelikelytosplitfromtheherd.35.Fromthepassagewegettoknowthat________.A.theresearchersreachedtheirconclusionbyanalyzingthedataB.theresearchcenteredonthe26typesofbehaviorofthematriarchC.thescientistsconductedtheresearchbycomparingelephantswithotheranimalsD.professorPhyllisLeeandhercolleaguespentnearly38yearstrackingtheherd36.Accordingtothenewfindingsofthescientists ,________.A.playfulnessofanelephantwillalwaysdeclinewithageB.thoseelephantswhicharecaringandwisearemostreliableC.eachelephantcanbematchedwithonlyoneofthefourpersonalitiesD.oncebecomingamemberofaherd,anelephantwillneversplitfromit37.IntheEBfamilyEchoandEudoraare________.A.motheranddaughterB.twooldestfemalesC.thegentlestonesD.leaderandmemberCVisitingLondoncanbeanexpensivetrip,soestablishingabudgetandfindingbargainswhenyouarrivewillhelpyougetaroundLondononthecheap.ThefollowingstepscanhelpyoufindcheaperalternativesfortransportforyourLondontrip.Familiarizeyourselfwiththecity’sboroughsandspecificallytheareawhereyouwillbestaying.You canuseastreetmap,oranonlinemapsearchengine,toestablishwhereinthecityyouwillbestayingandthedistanceyouarefromthemajortouristattractionsyouwanttovisit.FindalocalproviderofTransportforLondonticketsortravelcards,sinceyourfirstbargainpurchasewillbeanOysterCard.TravelingaroundLondonwithanOysterCardwillgiveyouaccesstothecheapestoptionoftransportationmethodsandtheOysterCardisacceptedcitywideonbuses,boatsandtheLondonUnderground,knownbythelocalsas“thetube”.SeekoutyournearestTubeStation.TheTubeisthecheapestandmostreliableformoftransportationandrunsfromaround6a.m.untilaround1a.m....,dependingonthelineorthestation.Thereare287tubestationsinLondonthataccepttheOysterCard,withahighconcentrationincentralLondon.IfyouarestayinganywhereincentralLondon,therewillbeatubestationlessthan10minutesaway.TheTransportforLondonwebsiteoffersatubestationsearchfacilitytofindthenearestsubwaystationtoanylocationinthecity.Whenyoufindatubestation, youcaneasilylocatetheclosestbusstopbyusingthecomparisonbus-tubemapsatthestation’sentrance.FollowtheTransportforLondonTubeGuidetoyourdestinationsandalwaysplanahead.Makingaplanfortransportwillsaveyouunnecessaryexpenses,wastedtripsonthetubeanddoublingbackonyourjourney.38.What’stheauthor’spurposeinwritingthepassage?A.TointroducethepublictransportsysteminLondon.B.ToshowreadershowtousetheOysterCard.C.ToprovethesubwayinLondoniseasytouse.D.TooffertipsforsavingtransportcostsinLondon.39.Whichofthefollowingcanhelpatravelerspendtheleastmoneyontransport?A.Tryingdifferenttransportationmethods.B.Takingbusesasmuchaspossible.C.TravelingwithanOysterCard.D.Makingaplanbeforeyourjourney.40.ByvisitingtheTransportforLondonwebsite,peoplecan________.A.identifytheirownlocationB.locatethe nearestbusstationC.findthenearestsubwaystationD.useanonlinemaptoavoidgettinglost41.Wecanconcludefromthepassagethat________.A.thesubwayisthecheapestmeansoftransportinLondon.B.onlyTubestationsinCentralLondonacceptOysterCard.C.subwaylinesinLondonrunnolessthan19hoursaday.D.thetransferfromsubwaytobusisveryconvenient.DEveryoneknowsaboutstraight-Astudents.WeseethemfrequentlyinTVsituationcomediesandinmovieslikeRevenge(报复)oftheNerds.Theygethighgrades,allright,butonlybybecomingdulllaborers,theirnosesalwaysstuckinabook.Theyarenotgoodatsocialcommunicationandlookclumsywhiledoingsports.How,then,doweaccountforDomenicaRomanorPaulMelendres?RomanisonthetennisteamatFairmontSeniorHighSchool.Shealsosingsinthechoralgroup, servesonthestudentcouncilandisamemberofthemathematicssociety.FortwoyearsshehasmaintainedA’sineverysubject.Melendres,afreshmanattheUniversityofNewMexico,wasstudent-bodypresidentatValleyHighSchoolinAlbuquerque.Heplayedsoccerandbasketballwell,exhibitedatthesciencefair,andmeanwhileworkedasareporteronalocaltelevisionstation.Beingaspeechgiveratthegraduationceremony,heachievedstraightA’sinhisregularclasses,plusbonuspointsforA’sintwocollege-levelcourses.Howdosuper-achieverslikeRomanandMelendresdoit?Brainsaren’ttheonlyanswer.“Topgradesdon’talwaysgotothebrighteststudents,”declaresHerbertWalberg,aprofessorofeducationattheUniversityofIllinoisatChicago,whohasconductedmajorstudiesonsuper-achievingstudents.“Knowinghowtomakefulluseofyourinnate(天生的)abilitiescountsformore.Muchmore.”Infact,Walbergsays,studentswithhighIQsometimesdon’tdoaswellasclassmateswithlowerIQ.Forthem,learningcomestooeasilyandtheyneverfind outhowtogetdown.Hardworkisn’tthewholestory,either.“It’snothowlongyousittherewiththebooksopen,”saidoneofthemany-Astudentsweinterviewed.“It’swhatyoudowhileyou’resitting.”Indeed,someofthesestudentsactuallyputinfewerhoursofhomeworktimethantheirlower-scoringclassmates.Thekidsatthetopoftheclassgettherebymasteringafewbasictechniquesthatotherscanreadilylearn.42.Theunderlinedword“nerds”inparagraph1canprobablybe________.A.dullbookwormslackingsportsandsocialskillsB.successfultopstudentspopularwiththeirpeersC.studentswithcertainlearningdifficultiesD.bornleaderscrazyaboutsocialactivities43.Whatcanweconcludefromthefirstparagraph?A.MostTVprogramsandfilmsareaboutstraight-Astudents.B.Peoplehaveunfavorableimpressiononstraight-Astudents.C.Everyoneknowsaboutstraight-AstudentsfromTVorfilms. D.Straight-Astudentsarewelladmiredbypeopleinthesociety.44.Somestudentsbecomesuper-achieversmainlybecause________.A.theyarebornclevererthanothersB.theyworklongerhoursatstudyC.theymakefulluseoftheirabilitiesD.theyknowtheshortcuttosuccess45.Whatwillbetalkedaboutafterthelastparagraph?A.Theinterviewswithmorestudents.B.TheroleIQplaysinlearningwell.C.Thetechniquestobebetterlearners.D.Theachievementstopstudentsmake.46.Whatcanweinferfromthepassage?A.IQismoreimportantthanhardworkinstudy.B.Thebrighteststudentscannevergetlowgrades.C.Topstudentscertainlyachieveall-arounddevelopments.D.StudentswithaverageIQcanbecomesuper-achievers.EOneimportantvariableaffectingcommunicationacrossculturesisdestiny(命运)andpersonalresponsibility. Thisreferstothedegreetowhichwefeelourselvesthemastersofourlives,contrarytothedegreetowhichweseeourselvesassubjecttothingsoutsideourcontrol.Anotherwaytolookatthisistoaskhowmuchweseeourselvesabletochangeandact,tochoosethecourseofourlivesandrelationships.SomehavedrawnaparallelbetweenthepersonalresponsibilityinNorthAmericansettingsandtheviewitself.TheNorthAmericanviewisvast,withlargespacesofunpopulatedland.Thefrontierattitudeof“King”ofthewilderness,andtheexpansivenessofthelandreachinghugedistances,mayrelatetogenerallyhighlevelsofconfidenceintheabilitytoshapeandchooseourdestinies.Inthisexpansiveland,manychildrengrowupwithaheroicsenseoflife,whereideasarebig,andhopespringsforever.Whentheyexperiencetemporaryfailures,theyareencouragedtoredoubletheirefforts,to“Try,tryagain.”Action,efficiency,andachievementarevaluedandexpected.Freewillisrespectedinlawsandenforcedbycourts.Nowconsiderplacesintheworldwithmuchsmaller land,whosehistoryreflectswarsandtoughstruggles:NorthernIreland,Mexico,Israel,Palestine.Intheseplaces,destiny’sroleismoreimportantinhumanlife.InMexico,thereisahistoryofhardlife,fightingoverland,andlossofhomes.Mexicansaremorelikelytoseestrugglesaspartoftheirlifeandunavoidable.Theirpassiveattitudeisexpressedintheirwayofrespondingtofailureoranaccidentbysaying“nimodo”(“noway”or“toughlick”),meaningthatthefailurewasdestined.Thisvariableisimportanttounderstandingculturalconflicts.Ifsomeonebelievinginfreewillcrossespathswithsomeonemorepassive,miscommunicationislikely.Thefirstpersonmayexpectactionandresponsibility.Failingtoseeit,hemayconcludethatthesecondislazy,notcooperative,ordishonest.Thesecondpersonwillexpectrespectforthenaturalorderofthings.Failingtoseeit,hemayconcludethatthefirstisforcible,rude,orbigheadedinhisideasofwhatcanbeaccomplishedorchanged.47.Theauthorthinksthatone’scharacterispartlydeterminedby________. A.physicalsensesB.generalattitudeC.financialbackgroundD.geographiccharacteristics48.Accordingtothepassage,MexicanswouldthinkthatAmericansare________.A.impracticalB.dishonestC.ambitiousD.hesitant49.Theunderlinedword“subject”inParagraph1probablymeans________.A.atopicofadiscussionB.abranchofknowledgeC.apersonbeingexperimentedonD.apersonunderthepowerofothers50.Theauthorwouldprobablyagreethat________.A.vastlandmayleadtoamorecontrollabledesireB.heroicsenseofliferootsdeeplyinasmallcountryC.livinginlimitedspacecontributestoanacceptingattitudeD.fightingoverlandhelpspeoplegainhighlevelsofconfidence 补全对话(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)根据对话内容,从对话后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项,并将答案写在二卷对应位置(否则不予给分),选项中有两项多余选项。Laurance:Whatkindofacardoyouhave?Soony:Anoldone.Laurance:Iknowit’sold,but51Soony:It’saChevrolet.Whydoyouask?Youaregoingintothecarbusiness?Laurance:Nothinglikethat.Mycousinisgoingtotakeajoboverseasandhecan’ttakehiscarwithhim,sohe’sgoingtosellitcheap.52Soony:Well,Ihavebeenthinkingaboutgettinganewercar.Ican’taffordabrandnewone.Laurance:53Soony:Isitafour-doororatwo-door?Laurance:It’sacoupe(双门小汽车)withavinylroof.Soony:54Laurance:Yes,anditalsohaspowersteering,powerbrakes,andairconditioning.Soony:IguessImighttakealookatit.Howmuchisheasking? Laurance:55Soony:Okay.Setitupformetoseeit,ifyoucan.A.whatmakeisit?B.Icanshowyouasecond-handcar.C.Wouldyouliketolookatmycousin’scar?D.Doesithaveautomatictransmission?E.Wouldyouliketointroduceyourcousintome?F.It’spracticallynew.G.Idon’tknowforsure,buthe’llmakeyouagooddeal.成都石室中学高2013级“一诊模拟”考试(一)英语试卷第Ⅱ卷(非选择题,共60分)第三部分写作(共四节,共60分)第一节阅读表达(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)阅读下面短文,按要求回答问题。 Untilthetwentiethcenturycigaretteswerenotanimportantthreattopublichealth.Menusedtobaccomainlyintheformofcigars.Mostwomendidnotusetobaccoatall.Thecigaretteindustrybeganinthe1870swiththedevelopmentofthecigarettemanufacturingmachine.Thismadeitpossibletoproducegreatnumbersofcigarettesveryquickly,anditreducedtheprice.Todaycigarettesmokingisawidespreadhabit.Aboutforty-threepercentoftheadultmenandthirty-onepercentoftheadultwomenintheUnitedStatessmokecigarettesregularly.Itisencouragingtonote,however,thatmillionsofpeoplehavegivenupthesmokinghabit.Seventy-fivepercentofthemalepopulationandforty-sixpercentofthefemalepopulationhavesmokedcigarettesatsometimeduringtheirlives,buttwenty-sixpercentofthesemenandelevenpercentofthewomenhavestoppedsmoking.Thenumberofpersonswhohavegivenupsmokingisincreasing.Menasagroupsmokemorethanwomen.Amongbothmenandwomentheagegroupwiththehighestproportionof smokersistheagegroup24-44.Income,educationandoccupationallplayapartindeterminingaperson’ssmokinghabits.Citypeoplesmokemorecigarettethanpeoplelivingonfarms.Well-educatedmenwithhighincomesarelesslikelytosmokecigarettesthanmenwithfeweryearsofschoolingandlowerincomes.Ontheotherhand,___________,heislikelytosmokemorepacksofcigarettesperday.Thesituationissomewhat(有点)differentforwomen.Thereareslightlymoresmokersamongwomenwithhigherfamilyincomesandhighereducationthanamongthelowerincomeandlowereducationalgroups.Thesemorehighlyeducatedwomentendtosmokemoreheavily.Amongteenagersthepictureissimilar.Therearefewerteenagersmokersfromupper-incomeandwell-educatedfamilies.Highschoolstudentswhoarepreparingforcollegearelesslikelytosmokethanthosewhodonotplantocontinuetheireducationafterhighschool.Childrenaremostlikelytostartsmokingifoneorbothoftheirparentssmoke.56.Howdidmenmainlyusetobacco?(nomorethan1word) Intheformof________________.57.Whatweretheresultsofthedevelopmentofthemanufacturingmachine?(nomorethan4words)Morecigarettesare_________________________________________.58.Whatarethethreemainfactorscloselyrelatedtoone’ssmokinghabits?(nomorethan4words)__________________________________________________________________________59.Pleasefillintheblankwithproperwordsorphrases.(nomorethan9words)__________________________________________________________________________60.Whichkindofchildrenismostlikelytopickupthehabitofsmoking?(nomorethan6words)Children__________________________________________aremostlikelytosmoke.第二节单词拼写(共10小题:每小题1分,满分10分)61.Thedoctorsuggestedthathebe__________(禁止)fromhavingsugarbecausehewasoverweight. 62.Thegovernmentismakingeveryeffortton__________thegapbetweentherichandthepoor.63.Youcanbepaidincashweeklyorbycheckmonthly;thosearethetwoa__________.64.Asisknowntoall,uptonowmostearthquakesarestill__________(不可预料的).65.Manypeoplethinkthe2008Olympicswerethemostigameseverheld.Theyclaimtheywillneverforgetit.66.Youshouldcheckthecabhasabusinesspermit,andmakesureyouaskfora__________(收据).67.Wedon’thavemuchtimeleftbeforetheendofthemeeting,solet’scome__________(直接)tothepoint.68.Ifyou?ares___________?bysoldiersorthepolice,theyspreadoutsothattheyareinpositionsallthewayaroundyou.69.Thee__________ofthebombinthechurchshooktheentiretown.Theyallranouttoseewhatwasthematter.70.Scientistshavemadea?__________(突破)inthe treatmentoflungcancer,whichhasbroughtmuchhopetopatients.第三节短文改错(共l0小题;每小题1分,满分l0分)文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加,删除或修改。增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。删除:把多余的词用斜线()划掉。修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。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处起)不计分。Wereceiveyourapplicationlastweek.WeregrettoinformyouthatourcompanyhashiredaboycallingTonnythejobofthemanagerassistant.Havingstudiedyourcertificatecareful,wedecidedthatweshouldhiresomeonewithmoreofficeexperiencesforthisparticularposition.Youhaveimpressedthemwithyourdesiretolearnandyourabilitytoworkhard,butwedohopethatyouwillapplyforapositioninour companysometimeinthefuture.Wewouldliketothankyouonyourbeinginterestedinourcompany.Pleasecontactusasifthereisfurtherquestions.第四节书面表达(满分30分)最近,速成鸡事件再一次使食品安全成为了社会热点话题之一。请你根据以下提示以FoodSafetyIssues为题写一篇短文。1.市场上时常出现有安全隐患的食品。2.假冒伪劣商品严重损害人们的健康与生活(两点)。3.应当采取有效措施(两点)。注意:1.词数:120左右;2.文章的开头已经给出,不计入总词数;3.生词:假冒伪劣商品fakecommoditiesFoodSafetyIssuesNowadays,unsafefoodscanbefound,nowandthen,inthemarket,__________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________参考答案一、单项选择1–10BBDABCBCDD二、完形填空11–30ACDBBABDCDBAACDCDBAC三、阅读理解31–50DCBAABDDCCAABCCDDADC四、补全对话51–55AFCDG五、阅读表达56.cigars57.producedquicklyandcheaply58.Income,educationandoccupation.59.ifawell-educatedmanwithahigherincomesmokes60.whoseparentorparentssmoke六、单词拼写61–65forbidden/bannednarrowalternativesunpredictableimpressive66–70receiptstraightsurroundedexplosionbreakthrough 七、短文改错calledcarefullyexperienceareforandusforreceivedWereceiveyourapplicationlastweek.WeregrettoinformyouthatourcompanyhashiredaboycallingTonny∧thejobofthemanagerassistant.Havingstudiedyourcertificatecareful,wedecidedthatweshouldhiresomeonewithmoreofficeexperiencesforthisparticularposition.Youhaveimpressedthemwithyourdesiretolearnandyourabilitytoworkhard,butwedohopethatyouwillapplyforapositioninourcompanysometimeinthefuture.Wewouldliketothankyouonyourbeinginterestedinourcompany.Pleasecontactusasifthereisanyfurtherquestions.八、书面表达FoodSafetyIssuesNowadays,unsafefoodscanbefound,nowandthen,inthemarket,whichhasarousedalotofpublicattention.Itisreportedthatthesefoodstuffrangesfromsubstandardmilkpowder,dyedsteamedbunstoporkwithleanmeatpowder.(要点一)Fakecommoditiesareharmfulinmanyways.Tobeginwith,itisawasteofresource,especiallyinourcountry.(要点二)Second,ithasbadeffectonthereputationofthereal manufacturersandbringsaboutmoralcrisis.Aboveall,allthatmattersisfood.People’shealthandlivesareseverelythreatenedifsomeonebuyssomeunsafefoodstuff.(要点三)Measuresshouldbetakentodealwiththeproblem.Ontheonehand,strictlawsshouldbepassedtopunishtheproducersandthesellers.(要点四)Ontheotherhand,consumersshouldbetoldtodistinguishthegenuinegoodsfromthefalseones.Atthesametime,thegovernmentshouldstrengthenthesupervisionofallaspectsoffood.(要点五)Ifirmlybelievethisproblemwillbesolvedinthenearfuture.
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