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  山东省泗水一中2010-2011学年下学期高一期末考试

  英语

  第I卷(共110分)

  一.听力(共两节,20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

  第一节: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,你将有10秒钟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.Whatisthewomangoingtodothisevening?

  A.Gotoaconcert.B.Seeafilm.C.Visittheman.

  2.Whatistheprobablerelationshipbetweenthewomanandtheman?

  A.Motherandson.B.Teacherandstudent.C.Bossandworker.

  3.Whatisthemandoingrightnow?

  A.Waitingforafilmtocomeon.B.TurningofftheTV.C.TurningontheTV.

  4.Howmuchtimeisleftbeforethefestivalparty?

  A.Tenminutes.B.Halfanhour.C.Fiftyminutes.

  5.Whatdidthemandolastnight?

  A.Hestudiedhard.B.Hehadatestatschool.

  C.Hewenttohisfriend’sparty.

  第二节:听下面5段对话或独白,每段材料后有几个小题,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。听每段材料前,你将有时间阅读每个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段材料读两遍。

  请听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。

  6.Whatwaswrongwiththemanlastnight?

  A.Helostthekeystohisapartment.

  B.HewasdrunkaftervisitingJane.

  C.Heleftthekeysinhisdepartment.

  7.Whatdidtheman’sneighbordowhenshesawhim?

  A.Shehelpedhimfindthekey.

  B.Shewasfrightenedandcalledthepolice.

  C.Sheaskedhimtostayinherroom.

  请听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。

  8.Whoboughtadigitalcamerathismorning?

  A.Susan.B.Theman.C.Lisa.

  9.Whatwasthepriceofthecellphone?

  A.Itwas$256.B.Itwas$265.C.Itwas$100.

  10.Whatdoesthemanthinkofthepriceofthecellphone?

  A.Reasonable.B.Tooexpensive.C.Toocheap.

  请听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。

  11.Whoboughtthesealarmclocksintheman’sroom?

  A.Themanhimself.B.Hisfriends.C.Hismother.

  12.Whichalarmclockhastherighttime?

  A.Theredone.B.Theblueone.C.Thewhiteone.

  13.Whyaretheremanyclocksintheman’sroom?

  A.Fordecoration.

  B.Becausesomeofthemdon’tworkwell.

  C.Soastomakesurehewakesup.

  请听第9段材料,回答14至17题。

  14.WhichbusdothespeakerstaketogotoHydePark?

  A.BusNo.8.B.BusNo.6.C.BusNo.2.

  15.Wheredothespeakerssitinthebus?

  A.Inthemiddleofthebus.B.Upstairsinthebus.C.Downstairsinthebus.

  16.Howlongwillthebusridelast?

  A.Abouttwentyminutes.B.Aboutthirtyminutes.C.Aboutfortyminutes.

  17.Whatwillthespeakersdofirstaftergettingoffthebus?

  A.Theywillgotodifferentplaces.

  B.Theywillhaveacoffeetogether.

  C.Theywillvisitthepark.

  请听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。

  18.WhendidHongKongDisneylandopen?

  A.OnSeptember12,2005.B.OnSeptember12,2006.

  C.OnSeptember21,2005.

  19.Howmanycountriescanvisitorstakeaboatridetovisitat“It’saSmallWorld”?

  A.Lessthan30.B.Morethan13.C.Morethan30.

  20.Whatistheticketpriceforachildonaregularday?

  A.HK$295.B.HK$210.C.HK$250.

  二.英语知识运用(共两节,满分50分)

  第一节单项填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)

  21.______advertisementuses______wordsandpicturestheadvertisersthinkoftoconvincepeopletobuy______productor________service,ortobelieveinanidea.

  A.An;the;a;/B.An;/;the;aC.The;/;a;/D.The;the;/;the

  22.Thoughwemetonlyonceatmyuncle’sbirthdayparty,hepersuaded______allmysavings.

  A.tolendhimB.metolendC.meintolendinghimD.meintolending

  23.Ihaveneverfallenforthiskindoftrick.Eventhoughyoudidn’tlie,itdidn’tmeanyouwere______.

  A.completelyhonestyB.altogetherinnocent

  C.alltogetherrightD.togethersincere

  24.Hewasn’tlookingforwardtothetime______hehadtogiveevidencetothecourt.

  A.whichB.whenC.thatD.whenever

  25.Ifyouintendtoarousestudents’interestinyourproject,you’dbetter______yourteachingmethodsmorewisely.

  A.enjoyB.encourageC.enrichD.employ

  26.—I’llbeawayonabusinesstrip.Wouldyoumindreceivingmyemailforme?

  —Notatall._______.

  A.I’venotimeB.I’drathernotC.I’dlikeitD.I’dbegladto

  27.ItissaidthattheOlympicGames______inLondonin2012willcovermoreeventsthananyotherOlympicsdid.

  A.tobeheldB.held



  C.tobeholdingD.willhavebeenheld

  28.—What’sthematterwithyou?

  —Oh,onceagainIhadmybestfriend___,becausetheexpressiononhisface____hisanger.

  A.hurting;betrayingB.tobehurt;tobetrayed

  C.hurt;betrayedD.beinghurt;betraying

  29.Thelittlegirl______thetailofhisbrother’scoatthemomentshesawhewouldhurryawaywithouther.

  A.heldontoB.helddownC.heldoutonD.heldback

  30.Ifwefailtosellenoughgoods,_________lastyear,wewillhaveto________production.

  A.comparingwith;cutdownB.comparedwith;cutbackon

  C.comparingto;cutoutD.comparedto;cutoff

  31.Ihavealotofinterestingtopicstodiscusswithyou.Willyoucometomeafterschool______?

  A.whenyouareveryconvenientB.whenitisconvenienttoyou

  C.intheconvenienceofyouD.whenitisconvenientbyyou

  32.Intheprogram“YouAreTheOne”lastweek,everybodyhadthe______thatshewasagoodmatchfortheyoungman.

  A.expectationB.expressionC.explanationD.impression

  33.InordertoadvancethedevelopmentofYancheng,thecitygovernmenttriestobeautifyitassoonaspossible.Severalnewspecialprojectsare______.

  A.underconstructB.underbuildingC.underwayD.underrepair

  34.Bobsaidhewasgoingtojoinourclubbuthedidn’t.Whatashame!He______hismind.

  A.can’thavechangedB.mustn’thavechanged

  C.wouldn’thavechangedD.shouldn’thavechanged

  35.—Ithinkahealthyenvironmentanddevelopmentshouldbepossibleatthesametime.

  —_______,Idon’tobjecttoyouropinion.

  A.It’snoconcernofmineB.AsfarasIamconcerned

  C.I’mquiteconcernedaboutitD.Asconcerns

  36.Intheconstructionsite,theengineer______mustbeabletocommunicatehisideastoothersrapidlyandcorrectly.

  A.inparticularB.inspecialC.indetailD.ingenerally

  37.Thequalitiesthatboysandgirlsconsiderimportantinafriendcanbethesame,______theirfamilybackgroundoreducationallevel.And______Tongtong,comingfromMianyang,hehasaclosefriendtoaccompanyhim.

  A.inspiteof;luckyforB.insteadof;fortunateto

  C.regardlessof;luckilyforD.inplaceof;fortunatelyto

  38.Thepossibilityofpeacetalksbetweenthetwosides______whetherthedemandsofvariousaspectscanbemet.

  A.dependsonB.isdependingon

  C.isdependedonD.dependedon

  39.TheLibyanpeoplehavesufferedtothefullestextentthechaoscausedbywar.China______Libyatogivepeaceachance.

  A.suggestsB.considersC.imaginesD.urges

  40.Withrealestate(房地产)______ineconomy,alotofrichfarmlandhadto______newhousesandofficesinthecounty.

  A.leadingtheway;makewayforB.ledtheway;madetheway

  C.toleadtheway;bemadethewayforD.leadingway;bemadethewayfor

  第二节完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

  阅读下列短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项A,B,C,和D中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

  Ayoungman,astudentinoneofouruniversities,wasonedaytakingawalkwithaprofessor,whowascommonlycalledthestudents’friend,forhiskindnesstothosewhowaitedonhisinstructions.

  Astheywentalong,theysaw41inthepathapairofoldshoes,whichtheysupposedtobelongtoapoormanwhowasemployedinafieldcloseby,andwhohad42finishedhisday’swork.

  Thestudent43theprofessor,saying,“Let’splaythemana(n)44:wewillhidehisshoes,andwestaybehindthosebushes,andwaittoseehis45whenhecannotfindthem.”

  “Myyoungfriend,”answeredtheprofessor,“weshouldnever46ourselvesattheexpenseofthepoor.Youare47,andmaygiveyourselfamuchgreaterpleasurebymeansofhelpingthepoorman.Puta48intoeachshoe,andthenwewillhideourselvesandwatchhowthe49affectshim.”

  Thestudentdidso,50theybothplacedthemselvesbehindthebushescloseby.

  Thepoormansoonfinishedhiswork,andcame51thefieldtothepathwherehehadlefthiscoatandshoes.While52hiscoatheslippedhisfootintooneofhisshoes;butfeelingsomething53,hebentdowntofeelwhatitwas,andfoundthecoin.

  Astonishmentandwonderwereseenuponhisface.Hegazeduponthecoin,turneditround,andlookedatitagainandagain.Hethenlookedaround54onallsides,butnopersonwastobeseen.Henowputthemoneyintohispocket,andwentontoputontheothershoe;buthissurprisewas55onfindingtheothercoin.

  Hisfeelings56him;hefelluponhis57,lookeduptoheavenandletoutasincerethanksgiving,inwhichhespokeofhiswife,sickand58,andhischildrenwithoutbread,whomthetimelygiving,fromsomeunknownhand,wouldsavefromdying.

  Thestudentstoodtheredeeplyaffected,hiseyesfilledwithtears.“Now,”saidtheprofessor,

  “Areyounotmuchbetterpleasedthanifyouhadplayedyour59trick?”Theyouthreplied,“YouhavetaughtmealessonwhichIwillneverforget.Ifeelnowthe60ofthosewords,whichIneverunderstoodbefore:‘Itismoreblessedtogivethantoreceive.’”



  41.A.hangingB.lyingC.sittingD.hiding

  42.A.nearlyB.seeminglyC.closelyD.equally

  43.A.lookedbackB.referredtoC.turnedtoD.puzzledover

  44.A.funB.amusementC.entertainmentD.trick

  45.A.opinionB.confusionC.emotionD.enthusiasm

  46.A.treatB.dedicateC.amuseD.occupy

  47.A.healthyB.kindC.meanD.rich

  48.A.coinB.pennyC.dollarD.pound

  49.A.pleasureB.discoveryC.tirednessD.possibility

  50.A.andB.butC.thusD.therefore

  51.A.aroundB.acrossC.intoD.toward

  52.A.takingonB.lookingonC.puttingonD.hangingon

  53.A.hardB.tightC.softD.loose

  54.A.thatB.itC.themselvesD.himself

  55.A.foldedB.acceleratedC.doubledD.improved

  56.A.masteredB.beatC.betrayedD.overcame

  57.A.handsB.kneesC.feetD.legs

  58.A.beautifulB.mercilessC.hopefulD.helpless

  59.A.intendedB.requiredC.wantedD.interested

  60.A.faithB.factC.truthD.reliability

  三.阅读理解(共15小题;每小题2分,共30分)

  A

  Asweknow,onSaturday,millionsofpeoplearoundtheworldwillcelebrateSaintPatrick"sDay,whichhonorsPatronSaint(ormainreligiousfigure)ofIreland.CommunitiesacrosstheUnitedStateswillhostparades,parties,andotherfestivitiestomarktheoccasion.

  Thisyear,citieslikeBoston,NewYork,andChicagohaveorganizedmassiveeventscelebratingSaintPatrick"sDay.InNewYorkCity,hundredsofthousandsofpeoplewillgathertowatchtheSaintPatrick’sDayparade—thenation’slargest.Itisoneofthemostwatchedparadesintheworld.Lastyear,almost2millionspectatorsandmorethan150,000participantsfilledthestreets.Theparade,firstheldin1776,isalsooneoftheoldest.

  Chicagoalsothrowsabigcelebration.Everyyear,theChicagoRiver,whichcrossesthecity,glowsgreenaseventorganizersdumpabout40poundsoffluorescence,apowerfuldye,intothewater.

  Bostonkeepsitsparaderollingforthreehoursormore.Itisthenation’ssecond-largestparade.Thecitywillalsosaluteoneofitsmostfamousformerresidents,PresidentJohnF.Kennedy,byopeningtheexhibit"AJourneyHome:JohnF.KennedyandIreland,"athisofficiallibrary.

  PatronSaintlivedinBritainintheearlyfifthcentury,whenitwasstillpartoftheRomanEmpire.HewascapturedandsoldintoslaveryinIrelandwhenhewasonly16.Heeventuallyescapedslaveryandturnedtoalifeofreligiousdevotion.HetrainedtobecomeaministerandsetouttospreadChristianitythroughoutIreland.After30yearsasareligiousleader,PatrickdiedonMarch17,1461.SaintPatrick’sDayisalwayscelebratedonMarch17.InIreland,itisanofficialholiday.

  61.What’sthebesttitleofthepassage?

  A.CelebrationsacrosstheCountryB.AnOfficialHolidayinUS

  C.TheLargestParadeintheWorldD.HistoryofSaintPatrick’sDay

  62.Thelastparagraphismainlyabout_____.

  A.thecruelslavetrade.B.SaintPatrick’scontribution.

  C.Ireland’sPatronSaintD.activitiesduringSaintPatrick’sDay

  63.Whichofthefollowingisnotcorrectaccordingtothepassage?

  A.ParadeisamostimportanteventtoobserveSaintPatrick’sDay.

  B.Salutingtheformerpresidenthasbecomeamaineventontheoccasion.

  C.SaintPatrick’sDayisareligiousholiday.

  D.TheSaintPatrick’sDayparadehasahistoryofover230years.

  B

  Areyoulookingforsomethingdifferentthissummer?We’velinedupalistofsomeunusualcamps.

  Learntoflyajet(喷气式飞机)

  Thisistherealtrainingthatallfighterandtestpilotshave.Learnthecockpit(驾驶室)andhowtoputyourplanethroughitspaces.Finally,youfightamockbattlewithyourteammates.

  It’sheldattheUSSpace&RocketCenterinHuntsville,Alaska.Therearebothweekendandsummercampsforanyone9andup.Kids7to12alsocanpairwithaparent.Thecostis$749forkids-onlycampsand$349eachforparent/childcamp.

  BeStevenSpielberg

  AtFilmCamp,youwillgettowrite,direct,shootandedityourownmovie.

  RunbytheNewYorkFilmAcademy,youcanchoosefromavarietyofcamplocations:NewYork,Disney-MGMStudiosinFlorida,UniversalStudiosinLosAngeles,HarvardUniversity,ParisorFlorence,Italy.

  Everyonehelpsoneanotherbyworkingbehindthecamera.Tuitionforaone-weekcampis$1,500,whileafourorsixweektrainingrun$5,900to$6,900.

  Jointhecircus

  AtCircusSmirkusyoucanlearnhowtorideaunicycle,andthrowapieinsomeone’sface.Kids8to16canchoosebetweenone—ortwo-weeksessions,withthetwo-weekcampendinginacircusshowforthefamilies.

  ThecampislocatedinCraftsburyCommon,Vermont.Thecostis$825foroneweek($300extrawithaparent)and$1,500fortwoweeks($500extrawithaparent).

  Livetheultimate(终极的)summerfantasy

  Learntoridethewavesthissummerandtouroneoftheworld’sonlyseaturtlehospitalsatSurfCamp.Theweeklongcampalsoincludestripstolocalislands.

  SurfCampislocatedatWrightsvilleBeach,NorthCarolina.Thecostis$475perweekforkids8to12,$595perweekforteens12to18.Checkitoutatwbsurfcamp.Com.



  Strikeachord(弦)

  AtPowerChordAcademy,teens12to18willbeplacedinabandthatbestmeetstheirage,experienceandstyle.Youwillleadthelifeofabandmember:recordinginastudio,playingaconcertandmakingavideo.

  64.Whichcampscanyoujoinifyouwantyourfathertobeabletotakepart?

  A.CircusSmirkusandSurfCamp

  B.ThePowerChordAcademyandFilmCamp

  C.ThecampattheUSSpace&RockedCenterandFilmCamp

  D.ThecampattheUSSpace&RocketCenterandCircusSmirkus

  65.Howmuchdoyouhavetopayifyouwanttoattenda2-weekcircuscampwithyourmom?

  A.$2000B.$1500C.$3000D.$2250

  66.SurfCampcanprovidethefollowingforcampersEXCEPT______.

  A.careforseaturtlesB.surfing

  C.meetingwithloversofsurfingD.traveltolocalislands

  67.Whatdoestheunderlinedword“mock”mean?

  A.realB.fierceC.pretendedD.shooting

  C

  IntheWest,advertisementsarethefuelthatmakesmassmediawork.ManyTVstations,newspapers,magazines,radiostationsareprivatelyowned.Thegovernmentdoesnotgivethemmoney.Sowheredoesthemoneycomefrom?Fromadvertisements.Withoutadvertisements,therewouldnotbetheseprivatebusinesses.

  Haveyoueveraskedyourselfwhatadvertisingis?Throughtheyears,peoplehavegivendifferentanswerstothequestion.Forsometimeitwasfeltthatadvertisingwasameansof“Keepingyournamebeforethepublic”.Andsomepeoplethoughtthatadvertisingwas“truthwelltold”.Nowmoreandmorepeopleconsideritinthisway:Advertisingisthepaid,non-personal,andusuallypersuasivepresentationofgoods,servicesandideasbysomecertainsponsors(发起人)throughvariousmedia.

  First,advertisingisusuallypaidfor.Varioussponsorspayfortheadvertisementswesee,read,andhearoverthevariousmedia.Second,advertisingisnon-personal.Itisnotface-to-facecommuni¬cation.Althoughyoumayfeelthatamessageinacertainadvertisementisaimeddirectlyatyou,inreality,itisdirectedatlargegroupsofpeople.Third,advertisingisusuallypersuasive.Directlyorindirectlyitaskspeopletodosomething.Alladvertisementstrytomakepeoplebelievethattheproduct,idea,orserviceadvertisedcanbenefitthem.Fourth,thesponsorsoftheadvertisementmustshowtheirnames.Fromtheadvertisement,wecanseeifthesponsorisacompany,orasingleperson.Fifth,advertisingreachesusthrougholdandmodernmassmedia.Includedintheoldmediaarenewspapers.magazines,radio,television,andfilms.Modernmediaincludeemails,matchboxcovers,andboardsontopofbuildings.

  68.Theexistenceoftheprivatelyownedmassmediadependsonthesupportof_________.

  A.thegovernmentB.advertisements

  C.theirowners’familiesD.theTVstations

  69.Thepassageseemstosaythatdifferentideasofadvertisingaregivendueto__________.

  A.thesubjectoftheadvertisementsB.thechangeoftime

  C.people"sagedifferenceD.peoples’differentopinions

  70.Whichofthefollowingisconsideredmodernmassmedia?

  A.Emails.B.NewspapersC.Magazines.D.Films.

  71.Accordingtothepassage,whichofthefollowingstatementsaboutadvertisementsisNOTtrue?

  A.Thesponsorsarealwaysmentioned.

  B.Advertisingismeantforlargegroupsofpeople.

  C.Thereisthedescriptionofthingsadvertised

  D.Advertisingmustbehonestandhumorous

  D

  Inthepastindustrieshadmorefreedomthantheyhavenow,andtheydidnotneedtobeascarefulastheymusttoday.Theydidnotneedtoworryalotaboutthesafetyofthenewproductsthattheydeveloped.Theydidnothavetopaymuchattentiontothehealthandsafetyofthepeoplewhoworkedforthem.Oftennewproductsweredangerousforthepeoplewhousedthem;oftenconditionsintheworkplacehadverybadeffectsonthehealthoftheworkers.

  Ofcoursesometimestherewererealdisasterswhichattractedtheattentionofgovernmentsandwhichshowedtheneedforchanges.Alsoscientistswhoweredoingresearchintothehealthofworkerssometimesproducedinformationwhichgovernmentscouldnotignore.Atsuchtimes,therewereinquiriesintothecausesofthedisastersortheproblems.Newsafetyruleswereoftenintroducedasaresultoftheseinquiries;however,thenewrulescametoolatetoprotectthepeoplewhodiedorwhobecameseriouslyill.

  Todaymanygovernmentshavespecialdepartmentswhichprotectcustomersandworkers.IntheUS,forexample,thereisadepartmentwhichtakeschargeofnewairplanesandgiveswarningsaboutpossibleproblems.Italsomakestherulesthataircraftproducersmustfollow.Anotherdepartmentcontrolsthefoodsanddrugsthatcompaniessell.Athirddepartmentlooksattheplaceswherepeoplework,andthenreportsanycompaniesthatarebreakingthelawswhichprotectthehealthandsafetyofworkers.Ofcourse,newgovernmentdepartmentsandnewlawscannotpreventeveryaccidentorillness,buttheyarehavingsomegoodresults.Ourworkplacesaresaferandcleanerthanbefore.Theplanesandcarswhichweusefortravelarebetter.Producersarethinkingmoreaboutthesafetyandhealthofthepeoplewhobuyandusetheirproducts.

  72.Themaintopicofthepassageis_________.

  A.conditionsintheworkplaceB.thefreedomofindustriesinthepast

  C.thesafetyandhealthofworkersandcustomersD.changesinindustrialproduction

  73.Itcanbeinferredfromthepassagethatinthepast_________.

  A.industrieswereascarefulinmanagementastheyaretoday

  B.companieswerefreetoputoutanyproductstheywantedto

  C.manypeoplewerekilledbydangerousproducts

  D.workersoftengotillbecauseofthepoorworkingconditions

  74.Itisimpliedinthepassagethat_________.

  A.inthepastnosafetylawswereintroducedbygovernments

  B.governmentspaidlittleattentiontothesafetyofproducts

  C.governmentofficialsoftendidnotlistentoscientists

  D.governmentsandcompanieshaddifferentopinionsaboutthesafetyofproducts

  75.ThespecialdepartmentsprotectcustomersandworkersinmanywaysEXCEPTby____.

  A.testingnewproductsB.designingnewproducts

  C.controllingthesaleofproductsD.inspectingworkplaces



  第II卷(共40分)

  四.单词拼写(共10小题,每小题1分,共10分)

  76.Thetwogirlsspentonewholeclasssittingontheplayground,a______inconversation.

  77.HistestinpresentingRealCineencouragedhimtobecomemorec______ofhimself.

  78.Theboatfloateddownwiththewater,toofasttoe______,whichmadethegirlinterror.

  79.Ifeltreallyg______afterbreakingmypromise,butstillIhesitatedtoapologizetohim.

  80.WhenIwasyoung,mygrandmaoftenremindedmeoftablem_______.

  81.Shewasreallyupsetand______(发誓)thatshehadn’ttoldanyone.

  82.Ourfestivalispartofalargefestivalwhichcelebrates_______(当代)art.

  83.Itwouldbebeneficialtoteachpeopleabout______(环境上)friendlywaysofliving.

  84.Somepeoplethinkofgreedybusinessmenhidingfromtheir________(责任)andonlyworryingaboutmoney.

  85.Joinmein______(祝愿)allofyouasuccessinthefinalexamination.

  五.短文阅读(共10小题,每小题1分,共10分)

  请认真阅读下列短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入最恰当的词(每空1词)。

  Forcenturiespeopledreamedofgoingintospace.Thisdreambegantoseempossiblewhenhigh-flyingrocketswerebuiltintheearly1900s.

  In1903aRussianteachernamedKonstantinTsiolkovskyfiguredouthowtouserocketsforspacetravel.Hisplanwasthefirstoneinrocketsciencetousecorrectscientificcalculation.About30yearslater,aU.S.scientistnamedRobertGoddardbuiltthefirstrocketsthatcouldreachhighaltitudes.DuringWorldWarII,Germanscientistsbuiltlargerocketsthatcouldtravelveryfarandcarrydangerousexplosives.Afterthewar,scientistsfromGermanywenttotheUnitedStatesandtheSovietUniontohelpthosecountriesbuildspacerockets.

  Thesetwocountriesweresoonracingtogettospacefirst.Eachofthesecountrieswantedtoprovethatitwasstrongerandmoreadvancedthantheotherone.Bothcountriesalsohadpowerfulbombs.PeopleintheUnitedStateswereworriedwhentheSovietswerefirsttolaunchaspacesatellite,whichwascalledSputnik.TheSovietswerealsofirsttosendapersonintospace.YuryGagarinorbitedtheearthintheVostokIspaceshipin1961.

  TheUSgovernmentsetagoalforitsspaceprogramtobethefirstcountrytoputapersonontheMoon.TheU.S.spaceprogrambuiltaseriesofApollospaceship.ThesevehicleswerepoweredbyhugeSaturn5rockets.In1969ApolloIItookthreementothemoonsuccessfully.NellArmstrongbecamethefirstpersontowalkontheMoon.

  TheSovietsmayhavelosttheracetoflypeopletotheMoon,buttheybuiltthefirstspacestationin1971.TheUnitedStatesalsobuiltaspacestation.Thespacestationsallowedpeopletoliveandworkinspace.ThentheSovietUnionandtheUnitedStatescooperatedtohooktwospaceshipstogetherinspace.Thisactionendedthe"spacerace".Todayamuchlargerspacestation,builtbyseveralcountriestogether,orbitsEarth.

  Anothernewwaytogotospaceisbyspaceshuttle.Aspaceshuttle,firstmadeintheUnitedStatesin1981,lookslikeanairplane.Astronautswhoflyspaceshipshaveusedshuttlestohelpputsatellitesintospace.

  The(86)▲ofSpaceTravel

  TimeEventsInformationconcerned

  Early1900sHigh-flyingrocketswerebuilt.Itmadetheancientdreamofgoingtospacepossibletocome(87)▲

  1903KonstantinTsiolkovsky(88)▲

  awaytouserocketsforspacetravel.Heplannedtoputcorrectscientificcalculationtouseinrocketscience.

  Around1933RobertGoddardbuiltnew

  rockets.Therocketscouldflyvery(89)▲inthesky.

  DuringandafterWorldWarIIGermanscientistsbuiltlargerocketsthatcouldtravelveryfarandcarrydangerousexplosives.Germanywasaheadofalltheothercountriesinbuildingspacerocketsandlateritevenoffered(90)▲totheSovietUnionandtheUnitedStates

  TheSovietUnionandtheUnitedStatescompetedtogettospacefirst.TheSovietUnionbecamethe(91)▲

  oftheracewhenitlaunchedthefirstsatelliteandsentthefirstastronautintospace.

  1969TheUnitedStates(92)▲inputtingapersononthemoon.Inoneway,it(93)▲theSovietUnionbybecomingthefirstcountrytoflypeopletothemoon.

  1970sTheSovietsbuiltthefirstspacestationandwassoonfollowedbyAmericans.Andtheyfinallyendedthe"spacerace"by

  (94)▲Astronautscanliveandworkinspacestations.

  1980s--Spaceshuttlesareusedasnewvehiclesforspace(95)▲.Shuttlesarealsousedtohelpputsatellitesintospace.

  六.书面表达(满分20分)

  子女和父母之间的代沟(generationgap)一直是困扰着父母和孩子双方的一个大问题。请你以儿子(女儿)的身份,根据下表内容,用英语写一篇文章,谈谈子女如何做才能消除与父母间的隔阂。

  现象1.随着社会的不断发展,子女和父母之间的代沟已成为一个社会问题。

  2.双方之间的思想观念、行为习惯等存在很大差异。(请举例说明这一现象)

  解决办法1.学会尊重父母,孝顺是中华民族的传统美德。

  2.避免冲突。

  3.和父母多沟通,交流。

  4.请你另外举出一种解决办法或说明如何尊重父母、如何沟通交流等。

  注意:

  1.字数150左右。

  2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

  3.文中不得提及你所在学校和姓名。

  4.参考词汇:消除bridge

  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  答案:

  听力训练:1-5BCACC6-10CBCAB11-15ACCAC16-20CBACB

  单项选择:21-25ACBBD26-30DACAB

  31-35BDCDB36-40ACADA

  完型填空:41-45.BACDB46-50.CDABA

  51-55.BCADB56-60.DBDAC

  阅读理解:61-63ACB64-67DAAC68-71BBAD72-75CDAB

  单词拼写:

  76.absorbed77.confident78.escape79.guilty80.manners

  81.swore82.contemporary83.environmentally84.responsibilities85.wishing

  任务阅读:

  86.History/Development87.true88.discovered/found/developed89.high90.help

  91.winner92.succeeded93.beat/defeated94.cooperation/cooperating95.travel

  作文按高考标准批

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