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一、试卷

第一卷 (共7大题,满分100分)

一. 听力(15分)

二. 单项选择题(10*1=10分)

16. This coastal area________ a national wildlife reserve last year.

A. was named B. named C. is named D. names

17. Wal-Mart, one of the largest American supermarket chains, _______some of its store open 24 hours on Mondays through Saturdays.

A. keeps B. keep C. have kept D. has kept

18. It is the most inspiring lecture that I _____ since I came to this school.

A. attended B. had attended C. am attending D. have attended

19. By the time Jack returned home from England, his son ______ from college.

A. graduated B. has graduated C. had been graduated D. had graduated

20. Tom, hurry up! When you finish everything, the train ______.

A. leaves B. has left C. will have left D. is leaving

21. The discovery of gold in Australia led thousands to believe that a fortune____.

A. is made B. was to be made C. would make D. had made

22. ——Have you finished reading Jane Eyre?

——No, I _______ my homework all day yesterday.

A. was doing B. would do C. had done D. do

23. If you don’t enjoy what you do, it is going to feel like unbearable pain and will likely make you quit well before you ever become good at it.

In the sentence above, the underlined part is _______.

A. subject (主语) B. object(宾语) C. predicative(表语) D. attributive(定语)

24. It’s sometimes easy to think they got lucky or they were born with some rare talent, but thinking that way does you no good, and there’s a huge chance that you’re wrong anyway.

Which sentence type does the above sentence belong to?

A. simple sentence(简单句) B. compound sentence(并列句)

C. complex sentence(复杂句) D. Imperative sentence(祈使句)

25. Which of the following sentences belongs to this sentence structure

“Subject+ Predicate+ Object+ Object Complement (+++宾补)”

A. Sports brings me happiness.

B. Exercise is very beneficial.

C. He studies very hard.

D. Exercise makes me healthy.

三. 完形填空 (15*1=15分)

I was an innocent bystander at an armed robbery. I was shot in the ____. People thought I would never survive.

My parents met with the ____, who told them that he was _____ I had made it though the night. Now that I had, he needed to operate on my brain. He ____ to say even if I did survive, there would be almost a 100% chance that I would not be able to walk or communicate.

My mother ____ to listen to the pessimism(悲观), saying to my father, “That doctor does not know my son at all.”

Then miraculously(神奇地), I woke up. I was ____ paralyzed(瘫痪的) on my right side, and could not speak. My healing was ____, but very very slow. Unable to understand what I wanted, my father became extremely _____. When my mother could, my father’s frustration grew. Later, I began to say some words. My father thought it the ____ time for him to work with me. At first he would drill me on _____ things. He was so happy when I accomplished each goal.

As time progressed, I continued to ____. After work, my father would come to the _____, ready to work with me, drilling me on math and spelling. He stretched my limp(无力的) leg.

Very few people believed that I would be able to return to college. But that is exactly what I did after the ____ a year later. I could not have made this _____ without my father. He always encouraged me to look for the positive and held me up mentally and physically, _____me as hard as he could and believing that I would pull through.

26. A. head B. leg C. mouth D. heart

27. A. police B. lawyer C. chemist D. doctor

28. A. depressed B. shocked C. surprised D. puzzled

29. A. regretted B. continued C. intended D. hurried

30. A. refused B. hesitated C. determined D. hated

31. A. nearly B. rarely C. completely D. unwillingly

32. A. severe B. steady C. sensitive D. rapid

33. A. scared B. disappointed C. concerned D. frustrated

34. A. accurate B. perfect C. easy D. difficult

35. A. simple B. significant C. practical D. different

36. A. complain B. pray C. improve D. study

37. A. hospital B. company C. college D. station

38. A. robbery B. accident C. scene D. shooting

39. A. achievement B. recovery C. difference D. choice

40. A. admiring B. changing C. pushing D. leading



四. 语法填空

He is the man who for many people has been a role model. Now your biggest hero deserves a special day when you can express your thanks and let him know 41.________ important he is to you.

The third Sunday of June-which 42________ (fall) on June 19 this year-is Father"s Day.

The idea of Father"s Day came from43. ________American woman called Sonora Smart Dodd in 1909. Dodd wanted a special day 44. ________(honor)her father. He raised six children by 45. ________after his wife died. Dodd thought there needed to be a day to honor loving dads.

The first Father"s Day 46. ________(celebrate) on June 19,1910. In 1924, US President Calvin Coolidge supported the idea of a 47. ________(nation) Father"s Day. Finally, in 1966, President Lyndon Johnson declared the third Sunday of June 48. ________Father"s Day.

Here are some ways to show your love and respect:

Send him a greeting card. Fathers prefer cards 49. ________ are not too emotional. So choose one that will make him laugh.

If he has a computer, cover his desktop 50. ________words like "I love you Dad".

A small present, such as a framed photo of your family, can make him feel like a king.


五. 阅读理解

A

Outside our hotel in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, a seemingly ancient woman waited beside the door with her hand outstretched. Every day I put my hand in hers as our eyes met. She never failed to return my smile, my grasp, and my greeting.

On the last day of our visit, I found myself alone on a busy corner across the street from our hotel. Bicycles and motorbikes rushed in front of me. As I hesitated on the sidewalk, I felt a hand on my elbow and looked down to see the smile of my small beggar friend looking up at me. She nodded her head toward the street, indicating that she would take me across. Together, we moved slowly into the chaos.

Then we moved on toward the sidewalk, where she pulled my face down to hers, kissed me on both cheeks, and then left, still smiling and waving back to me.

Traveling in poorer nations, I have witnessed a variety of ways to deal with beggars. The most common response of tourists faced with the poverty-stricken is to ignore them and focus their eyes elsewhere. I have seen people push away an outstretched hand in angry annoyance. A few may drop a few coins into the hand in a hurry, hoping that other ragged pursuers won’t immediately appear on the scene.

For many reasons, giving money is not the best response to an outstretched hand. Many world travelers have discovered that the greatest gift they can give is their time and respect. Everyone needs recognition, to be seen as worthy of being known, to feel appreciated and loved. And I believe that everyone is worthy and worth knowing.


51. The woman beggars helped the author go across the busy street because __________.

A.the author gave her material assistance

B.the author treated her kindly and friendly

C.the author would help her as a reward

D.the author was a foreigner

52. From the story, what position of the beggars in the author’s mind might be?

A.equal B.superior C.lower D.valuable

53. In common cases, people will do the following things to the beggars EXCEPT for ________.

A.pretending to see nothing B.handing out some money

C.refusing them angrily D.greeting them normally

54. According to the author, the most important things beggars really need are _________.

A.mercy and pity  B.money and food C.smile and greeting D.attention and respect

55. The purpose of the passage is to _________.

A.show how poor the beggars are in Vietnam

B.offer some advice on dealing with begging

C.express what we should offer the beggars

D.describe an experience with a beggar


B (2012广一模A)

Beatrix Potter was a great English writer and artist, best known for her children"s books featuring animal characters such as in the children"s classic -- The Tale of Peter Rabbit.

Beatrix was born into a rich London-based family where she was tutored by very strict private teachers and so spent her youth isolated from other youngsters.

During her youth she had a lot of pets and spent vacations in Scotland and also the Lake District. It was at the Lake District that she developed a love of wildlife. She studied the area"s natural wonders carefully and painted them continuously. But her old-fashioned, Manchester-born parents discouraged her intellectual improvement, thinking it inappropriate for a young lady. However, her study and watercolour paintings of wild mushrooms made her widely respected within the field of biology.

In her 30"s, Beatrix Potter wrote the remarkably successful kid"s book, The Tale of Pew Rabbit. Close to that time she became secretly engaged to her publisher Norman Warne. This caused a great disagreement with her parents, who did not approve of Beatrix getting married to somebody of lower social status. Sadly, Warne died before the marriage ceremony.

Ultimately Beatrix Potter began writing and also illustrating (绘图) kid"s books full-time. Using profits from her books, Beatrix grew to become economically independent of her parents and was eventually in a position to buy Hill Top Farm in the Lake District. She extended the property with additional purchases of neighbouring land over time. In her 40"s, Bestrix married William Heelis, a local lawyer. She ended up becoming a sheep breeder and farmer while continuing to publish as well as illustrate books for children. In all she authored 23 publications.

Beatrix died on December 22, 1943, and left the majority of her property to the National Trust. Her books carry on selling well globally, in many different languages. Her stories have been retold in numerous formats including a ballet, movies, and cartoons.

Such is her reputation, and that of the characters from her publications, that many Beatrix Potter statues have been created. These tiny Beatrix Potter statues which include pretty much all the actual characters in her publications have become highly valued by art collects and fans of her literature throughout the world.

56. What can we learn about Beatrix Potter"s early life?

A. She learned drawing skills from her tutors.

B. She was very sociable and outgoing.

C. She was greatly inspired by the beauty of nature.

D. She was encouraged to think creatively and independently.

57. Why did Beatrix Potter"s parents oppose the idea of her marriage to Norman Warne?

A. They did not believe she was mature enough to get married.

B. They thought Warne was only interested in Beatrix Potter"s wealth.

C. They believed that the couple"s characters were mismatched.

D. They considered Warne to be too common for their daughter.

58. According to the passage, which part of the UK did Beatrix Potter love most?

A. Manchester. B. Scotland. C. The Lake District. D. London.

59. In which of the following areas did Beatrix Potter show an interest during her life?

A. Writing, biology, farming.

B. Drawing, nature, ballet.

C. Movies, farming, drawing.

D. Writing, mushrooms, travel.

60. What is the function of the last two paragraphs of the passage?

A. To describe the consequences of Beatrix Potter"s death.

B. To present the lasting cultural influence of Beatrix Potter and her works..

C. To show the changes in attitude towards Beatrix Potter"s works over the past years.

D. To criticize the commercialization of Beatrix Potter"s characters since her death.



六. 词汇部分

I. 单词及短语(30*1=30分)


A. Write out the words in proper forms based on the given situation and initial letter of each word. (10)

1. If you want to make a cake, first of all, you should prepare eggs, sugar, flour, milk, and then mix all these i_______ together in a big bowl.

2. From what has been discussed above, we may safely draw the c_______ that both of day schools and boarding schools are important to train young students for our society.

3. Both salt and sugar d_____ easily in water.

4. It was a long journey, but we e______ arrived at the destination.

5. The new mayor took some new measures to s_______ (刺激) economic growth, which made the city became richer and richer.

6. The course aims to develop the students’ ________ (欣赏,鉴赏) of music in performance.

7. If you set a goal that is impossible for you to accomplish then you are wasting your own time and setting yourself up for failure and _______ (失望).

8. Some countries such as China and the UK continued to _______ (积累) evidence of the abundant medical aid that cloning could provide.

9. Schools are increasingly moving towards more _______ (独立的,自主的) study and so-called enrichment activities, with pupils learning at their own pace and focusing on what interests them most.

10. We felt _____ (尴尬的) about how untidy the rooms were when my mother-in-law visited the house.


B. Fill the each blank with the right form of the word given in the bracket.

11. In recent years, these sites become increasingly ______ (access) through improvement in technology and training.

12. The government has stressed that _______ (expand) will come with strict pollution controls and noise limits.

13. The train stopped ______ (frequency) at lonely little stations, which resulted in a sleepless night.

14. Jenny wants to make friends with people who have lots of _______ (similar) in age and education background to her.

15. It is illegal to reproduce these worksheets without ______ (permit) from the publisher.

16. The young lady behaved _______ (courage) in the face of danger yesterday

17. With the changes in the world’s climate, dinosaurs died, but many smaller animals lived on. It was the _______ (survive) of the fittest.

18. It is _______ (disturb) that the study showed a gradually worsening effect on mice that ate the GM corn.

19. When we get up in the early morning, a cup of fresh coffee can make us more ______ (energy)

20. Every one of us has the magic power of empowering other people simply by generously giving praise and showing ______ (encourage) instead of criticism to help them realize their potential.


C. Choose the right phrase from the list below to fill each blank. Change the form if necessary.

take advantage of, be proud of, consist of, look forward to, amount to, put out,

in the possession of, be supposed of, concentrate on, get away from, contribute to

21. He’s out of work for 3 months and is ______ getting a new job to support his family.

22. To 36 million tourists per year, Las Vegas is a place to blow off steam and _____ the pressure of daily life.

23. It is a band ______ 12 beautiful and talented girls who play China’s ancient musical instruments.

24. That famous oil painting used to be owned by an old lady, but now it is ______ Museum.

25. In the past 3 years, a lot of high-rise buildings and shopping malls ______ in Yantian district.

26. English people _____ very reserved and quiet, but Peter is the exception – he’ll chat to anyone.

27. People concentrate in cities not only to get jobs but to _____ cultural facilities.

28. Food aid can help prevent starvation but if it is not nutritionally balanced it could also ______ chronic (慢性的) diseases and even death.

29. He was crazy about gambling and his debts ______ 5,000 pounds last week.

30. In order to make our speech more effective and successful, we need to _____ our target audience, namely women aged between 20 and 30.

七. 翻译 (5*2=10分)

31. 无论李宇春走到哪里,她身后都有一帮疯狂的粉丝。(wherever)

32. 只有当你把一个单词重复七遍的时候你才能记住它。(before)

33. 在参加调查的学生中,有一多半的学生抱怨平时作业太多。(participate)

34. 由于他平时的努力,在此次考试中他名列前茅。(as a result of)

35. 在寄宿制的学校,学生要学会独立处理个人事务。换句话说,学会独立生活是最基本的要求。(in other words)





第二卷
(附加题 10*2=20分)

A. (2012佛山市二模)

Carbon monoxide(一氧化碳) poisoning kills and injures many people and animals around the world. The gas has been a problem since people first began burning fuels to cook food or to create heat. It is a problem in all parts of the world that experience cold weather.

Carbon monoxide is called the silent killer because people do not know it is in the air. The gas has no color. It has no taste. It has no smell. It does not cause burning eyes. And it does not cause people to cough. But it is very deadly. It robs the body of its ability to use oxygen.

Carbon monoxide decreases the ability of the blood to carry oxygen to body tissues. It does this by linking with the blood. When the gas links with the blood, the blood is no longer able to carry oxygen to the tissues that need it.

Damage to the body can begin very quickly from large amounts of carbon monoxide. How quickly this happens depends on the length of time a person is breathing the gas and the amount of the gas he or she breathes in.

Carbon monoxide poisoning has warning signs. But people have to be awake to recognize them. Small amounts of the gas will cause a person’s head to hurt. He or she may begin to feel tired. The person may feel sick. The room may appear to be turning around. The person may have trouble thinking clearly. People develop severe head pain as the amount of gas continues to enter their blood. They will begin to feel very tired and sleepy. They may have terrible stomach pains.

Medical experts say carbon monoxide affects people differently. For example, a small child will experience health problems or die much quicker than an adult will. The general health of the person or his or her age can also be important. An older adult with health problems may suffer the effects of carbon monoxide more quickly than a younger person with no health problems. People with heart disease may suffer chest pains. They may begin to have trouble breathing.


61. Why is carbon monoxide called the silent killer?

A. Because it tastes and smells good.

B. Because it is not easily noticed.

C. Because it kills and injures people.

D. Because it always harm people.

62. How does carbon monoxide harm people?

A. It makes people’s blood unable to move.

B. It decreases the amount of blood in the body.

C. It makes body tissues full of blood.

D. It makes the blood less able to carry oxygen.

63. When people breathe in small amounts of the gas, they may ________.

A. feel a little dizzy

B. suffer a severe headache

C. go around in the room

D. have a terrible stomachache

64. Which of the following about carbon monoxide poisoning is true?

A. Adults are affected more seriously than children.

B. Young people are more severely affected than old people.

C. People in poor health may have more severe consequences.

D. People with heart problem only suffer from chest pains.

65. The purpose of the passage is to ________.

A. warn people not to burn fuels to keep warm in the winter

B. list the damages that carbon monoxide brings to people

C. give advice on how to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning

D. introduce some knowledge about carbon monoxide poisoning


B

From bankers to factory staff, employees in the West face the cold “prospect” of losing their jobs as a global recession (衰退) starts to bite. For colleagues in the East, the pain is more likely to come through a pay cut.

Human resource experts say cultural differences explain why Asian companies try harder to preserve jobs in difficult times, which will prevent unemployment and may help keep Asian economies survive at a time of slowing exports. The East Asian attitude may also make it easier for companies to recover quickly from the economic downturn since they will not need to rehire or train new staff, but build up a more loyal and devoted group.

"In the Confucian mindset (儒家思想), the right thing to do is to share the burden, which is the sense of collective (集体的) responsibility. While in the West, it"s more about individual survival," said Michael Benoliel, associate professor of organizational behavior at Singapore Management University (SMU).

In contrast, local Western companies from General Motors to Goldman Sachs plan to lay off workers by the thousands, but at the Asian units of Western multinationals or western units of Asian groups, job cuts will probably be less severe.

Japan"s jobless rate was 4 percent in September, up from 3.8 percent in January, while Hong Kong"s was flat at 3.4 percent. But US unemployment is expected to have jumped to 6.3 percent last month from below 5 percent in January.

Experts say that while there are noticeable differences in labor practices in East and West, the gap will narrow as more firms become more multinational and competition forces firms to adopt the best practices of rivals from abroad.


66. The underlined word “prospect” in the first paragraph most probably means_____.

A. weather B. scene C. future D. place

67. Compared with job cuts, pay cuts can bring the following benefits EXCEPT that_______.

A. it’s helpful to the economy recovery

B. it costs the company less money to survive

C. it will keep the experienced and skilled workers

D. it can form a team working harder and more loyally

68. According to Michael Benoliel, the Confucian mindset focuses on_______.

A. human rights

B. sharing responsibility

C. personal profits

D. individual survival

69. In which company can we refer the job cuts will be probably the most severe?

A. A local American group

B. A small Japanese company

C. A German branch of a Korean multinational

D. A Hong Kong’s unit of a French company

70. The passage mainly tells us______.

A. the difficulties all the companies around the world will meet with today

B. the cultural differences between Eastern and Western world at present

C. the ways to cut down the cost of the companies in economic downtown

D. the different labor solutions of Asian and Western in global recession


第二卷
(附加题 10*2=20分)

A. (2012佛山市二模)

Carbon monoxide(一氧化碳) poisoning kills and injures many people and animals around the world. The gas has been a problem since people first began burning fuels to cook food or to create heat. It is a problem in all parts of the world that experience cold weather.

Carbon monoxide is called the silent killer because people do not know it is in the air. The gas has no color. It has no taste. It has no smell. It does not cause burning eyes. And it does not cause people to cough. But it is very deadly. It robs the body of its ability to use oxygen.

Carbon monoxide decreases the ability of the blood to carry oxygen to body tissues. It does this by linking with the blood. When the gas links with the blood, the blood is no longer able to carry oxygen to the tissues that need it.

Damage to the body can begin very quickly from large amounts of carbon monoxide. How quickly this happens depends on the length of time a person is breathing the gas and the amount of the gas he or she breathes in.

Carbon monoxide poisoning has warning signs. But people have to be awake to recognize them. Small amounts of the gas will cause a person’s head to hurt. He or she may begin to feel tired. The person may feel sick. The room may appear to be turning around. The person may have trouble thinking clearly. People develop severe head pain as the amount of gas continues to enter their blood. They will begin to feel very tired and sleepy. They may have terrible stomach pains.

Medical experts say carbon monoxide affects people differently. For example, a small child will experience health problems or die much quicker than an adult will. The general health of the person or his or her age can also be important. An older adult with health problems may suffer the effects of carbon monoxide more quickly than a younger person with no health problems. People with heart disease may suffer chest pains. They may begin to have trouble breathing.


61. Why is carbon monoxide called the silent killer?

A. Because it tastes and smells good.

B. Because it is not easily noticed.

C. Because it kills and injures people.

D. Because it always harm people.

62. How does carbon monoxide harm people?

A. It makes people’s blood unable to move.

B. It decreases the amount of blood in the body.

C. It makes body tissues full of blood.

D. It makes the blood less able to carry oxygen.

63. When people breathe in small amounts of the gas, they may ________.

A. feel a little dizzy

B. suffer a severe headache

C. go around in the room

D. have a terrible stomachache

64. Which of the following about carbon monoxide poisoning is true?

A. Adults are affected more seriously than children.

B. Young people are more severely affected than old people.

C. People in poor health may have more severe consequences.

D. People with heart problem only suffer from chest pains.

65. The purpose of the passage is to ________.

A. warn people not to burn fuels to keep warm in the winter

B. list the damages that carbon monoxide brings to people

C. give advice on how to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning

D. introduce some knowledge about carbon monoxide poisoning


B

From bankers to factory staff, employees in the West face the cold “prospect” of losing their jobs as a global recession (衰退) starts to bite. For colleagues in the East, the pain is more likely to come through a pay cut.

Human resource experts say cultural differences explain why Asian companies try harder to preserve jobs in difficult times, which will prevent unemployment and may help keep Asian economies survive at a time of slowing exports. The East Asian attitude may also make it easier for companies to recover quickly from the economic downturn since they will not need to rehire or train new staff, but build up a more loyal and devoted group.

"In the Confucian mindset (儒家思想), the right thing to do is to share the burden, which is the sense of collective (集体的) responsibility. While in the West, it"s more about individual survival," said Michael Benoliel, associate professor of organizational behavior at Singapore Management University (SMU).

In contrast, local Western companies from General Motors to Goldman Sachs plan to lay off workers by the thousands, but at the Asian units of Western multinationals or western units of Asian groups, job cuts will probably be less severe.

Japan"s jobless rate was 4 percent in September, up from 3.8 percent in January, while Hong Kong"s was flat at 3.4 percent. But US unemployment is expected to have jumped to 6.3 percent last month from below 5 percent in January.

Experts say that while there are noticeable differences in labor practices in East and West, the gap will narrow as more firms become more multinational and competition forces firms to adopt the best practices of rivals from abroad.


66. The underlined word “prospect” in the first paragraph most probably means_____.

A. weather B. scene C. future D. place

67. Compared with job cuts, pay cuts can bring the following benefits EXCEPT that_______.

A. it’s helpful to the economy recovery

B. it costs the company less money to survive

C. it will keep the experienced and skilled workers

D. it can form a team working harder and more loyally

68. According to Michael Benoliel, the Confucian mindset focuses on_______.

A. human rights

B. sharing responsibility

C. personal profits

D. individual survival

69. In which company can we refer the job cuts will be probably the most severe?

A. A local American group

B. A small Japanese company

C. A German branch of a Korean multinational

D. A Hong Kong’s unit of a French company

70. The passage mainly tells us______.

A. the difficulties all the companies around the world will meet with today

B. the cultural differences between Eastern and Western world at present

C. the ways to cut down the cost of the companies in economic downtown

D. the different labor solutions of Asian and Western in global recession



二、答案解析:

一、单项填空


26. 【正确答案】A

【解析】考查:一般过去时的被动语态。

“last year”表明时态使用一般过去时。而“coastal area”只能是被“命名”。故选A。


27.

【正确答案】A

【解析】考查:一般现在时。

题目中没有明确指出时间,可以认为是一般现在时。“Wal-Mart”为第三人称单数,谓语动词应加s。故选A。


28.

【正确答案】D

【解析】考查:现在完成时。

主句是一般现在时,而Since之后出现的过去的时间点,表明从过去的某一时间点到现在的感受,所以使用现在完成时。故选D


29.

【正确答案】D

【解析】考查:过去完成时。

By the time相当于before,表示的是在Jack回到英格兰这个过去的时间点之前的时间,即“过去的过去”。所以使用过去完成时。故选D。


30.

【正确答案】C

【解析】考查:将来完成时。

根据第一句可知“when you finish everything”代表的是一个将来的时间点。从句意中可以得知“离开”是已经完成的动作。故选C。


31.

【正确答案】B

【解析】考查:过去将来时。

句子所指为过去的某一时间点,动作将要发生。所以排除A、D选项。Be to do有强调动作发生的概率较大,故选B。


32.

【正确答案】A

【解析】考查:过去进行时。

Yesterday表明动作发生在过去,根据句意,动作是一直在做的。故选A。


33.

【正确答案】B

【解析】考查:句子成分。

划线部分位于实义动词enjoy之后,在句子中作宾语。故选B。


34.

【正确答案】B

【解析】考查:句子结构。

简单句是指仅有一个主语和谓语的句子。并列句是指将两个及以上的简单句通过连词连接起来的句子。复杂句是指嵌套有从句的句子。祈使句是指发出命令或指令的句子。句子中有but和and两个连词的出现,故选B。


35.

【正确答案】D

【解析】A选项为“主+谓+间宾+直宾”结构。B选项为 “主+系+表”结构。C选项为“主+谓+宾”结构。只有D选项符合题目要求的结构 。故选D。


二.完形填空 (15*1=15分)

【正确答案】26-30 ADCBA 31-35 CBDBA 36-40 CADBC

【解析】记叙文,讲述作者如何在父亲的帮助下从被击之后的瘫痪中恢复,最终重返校园。

26. 从后文的‘operate on my brain’可知是头部受伤,故选A。

27. 本段讲对作者受伤情况的介绍,属于医生的职责。C选项chemist为药剂师。故选D。

28. 表示医生对作者的情况很惊讶。故选C。

29. 承接上文,医生对作者情况继续介绍。故选B。

30. 根据下文,母亲相信作者是坚强的,所以拒绝相信医生的说法。故选A。

31. 从后文中可以得知作者瘫痪并且无法说话。故选C。

32. 与后文中的‘but very, very slow’ 有转折的关系,应为正面的意思,故选B。

33. 后文指出,父亲的‘frustration grew’,所以这里应该也是表示’frustrated’,故选D。

34. It is the perfect time to…指时机正好,符合文意。故选B。

35. 从上下文中可以得知,作者刚开始恢复语言功能,应只能讲简单的话,故选A。

36. 从上文’as time progressed’时间过去,作者逐渐进步。故选C。

37. 父亲下班之后继续帮助作者恢复。A项医院,B项公司,C项大学,D项站台。故选A。

38. 根据上文,作者是在一场抢劫中中枪受伤的。故选A。

39. 从上文可知作者在父亲的帮助下,恢复了。故选B。

40. 根据文章,父亲尽量帮助作者完成恢复,是敦促而不是引领。故选C。



p class="MsoNormal"> 三.语法填空


【正确答案及解析】

41. How。引导词,根据文意,让父亲知道父亲对我们有多重要。

42. Falls。动词正确形式,考查一般现在时。父亲节日期已经固定,属于客观真相。

43. An。冠词,后文人名第一次出现,应用不定冠词,后接元音。故用an。

44. To honor. 动词正确形式。前文出现want, want to do为固定搭配。

45. Himself。代词。父亲自己独自,故用himself。

46. Was celebrated。动词正确形式。父亲节第一次庆祝,为过去的时间,而且为被动。

47. National。形容词。形容词修饰名词,考查nation的形容词形式。

48. As。介词。宣布六月的第三个周日作为父亲节。‘作为’应为as。

49. Which/that。引导词。定语从句的引导词,从句缺少主语,故选which/that。

50. With。介词。以文字覆盖,故用with。


四.阅读理解

【正确答案及解析】 51-55 BADDC 56-60 CDCAB

A. 夹叙夹议。讲述作者在越南善意地对待一名乞丐,乞丐后来也帮助了作者。探讨对待乞丐我们不仅要给他们金钱上的帮助,同时也要表达尊重。

51. 细节题。从第一段中Every day I put my hand in hers as our eyes met. She never failed to return my smile, my grasp, and my greeting. 可知作者善待了这个乞丐。故选B。

52. 推断题。从最后段I believe that everyone is worthy and worth knowing. 可知作者认为乞丐也与普通人是平等的。

53. 细节题。文章第三段讲述了不同人对待乞丐的态度。

54. 细节题。从最后一段的the greatest gift they can give is their time and respect.可知作者认为乞丐最需要关注和尊重。

55. 主旨题。主旨句为文章的最后一句。


B. 说明文。记述了Beatrix Potter的经历。

56. 细节题。从文章的第三段可知,Potter幼年developed a love of wildlife,故选C。

57. 细节题。从文章第四段,This caused a great disagreement with her parents, who did not approve of Beatrix getting married to somebody of lower social status. 可知父母反对Potter嫁给社会地位低的人,故选D。

58. 推断题。文章第五段讲述Potter的房屋买在the Lake District,可以推断出她最爱的地方。故选C。

59. 推断题。从全文看,Potter曾做过写作,幼年时对生物感兴趣,后半生在farming。故选A。

60. 段意题。最后两段主要写Potter及其著作的的影响。故选B。


五.词汇部分

【正确答案】

1. Ingredients

2. Conclusion

3. Dissolve

4. Eventually

5. Stimulate

6. Appreciation

7. Disappointment

8. Accumulate

9. Independent

10. Embarrassed

11. Accessible

12. expansion

13. frequently

14. similarities

15. Permission

16. Courageously

17. Survival

18. Disturbing

19. energetic

20. Encouragement.

21. Looking forward to

22. Get away from

23. Consisting of

24. In the possession of

25. Have been put out

26. Are supposed to

27. Take advantage of

28. Contribute to

29. Amounted to

30. Concentrate on




六.翻译 (5*2=10分)

【参考翻译】

31. Wherever she goes, Li Yuchun is always followed by a bunch of zealous fans.

32. Only will you repeat a word for seven times before remembering it.

33. Among the students participating in the survey, more than a half complain that the regular homework are too much.

34. As a result of his daily effort, he stands out in this test.

35. In boarding school, students need to learn to deal with their personal affairs independently. In other words, learning to live independently is the least requirement.

第二卷 (附加题 10*2=20分)

【正确答案及解析】61-65 BDACD 66-70 CBBAD

61. 细节题。从第二段首句Carbon monoxide is called the silent killer because people do not know it is in the air. 可知。故选B。

62. 细节题。从第三段首句Carbon monoxide decreases the ability of the blood to carry oxygen to body tissues.可知。故选D。

63. 细节题。从五段Small amounts of the gas will cause a person’s head to hurt.可知。故选A。

64. 细节题。从文章第六段可知。故选C。

65. 主旨题。文章只在介绍一氧化碳而没有评论性的语言。故选D。

66. 词义题。从后文的 as global recession starts to bite可知失业还没有发生。故选C。

67. 细节题。从文章第二段可知。故选B。

68. 细节题。从文章第三段可知。故选B。

69. 细节题。从文章第四段可知。故选A。

70. 主旨题。主题句为文章的尾段。故选D


三、整体点评及学习指导和规划

.单选题

单选题难易程度中等,更多的侧重于时态语态以及句子结构的考查。出题点也比较明显,细心思考之后就可以得出答案。这样的考查方式对学生的语法基础要求颇高。学生需要明确高中阶段要求掌握的八种时态语态之间的结构以及适用情境。此外,学生对于句子成分的辨别和分析能力也是考查的侧重点。

.完形填空

此次完形填空属于中等难度,依然针对于词汇和上下文理解上。5个名词,5个动词,4个形容词和1个副词。

选择文段为常见的夹叙夹议的体裁。只要抓住故事主线,理解故事情节和作者对待故事的态度即可,难度上属于容易。从选项设置来看,首先,选项单词的设置大部分比较简单,有个别词稍有难度,比如32题B选项steady,但这些设置了难词的题目只需要通过一定逻辑推理和排除就能绕开词义选出正确答案。

.语法填空

语法填空属于中等偏易,主要针对动词的正确形式和介词、连词的考查。所选文段为说明文,并没有难词生词。只要学生根据上下文理解和对过去时的正确把握即可选出正确答案。

四.阅读理解

第一卷的阅读理解难度中等,对做题技巧的掌握要求较高。选段主要为2012年广东省各市模拟考试的A篇文章,没有考查词义题,更多针对于细节题、推断题和主旨题。

其中A篇为夹叙夹议的常见文章,主题句在尾段最后两句。记叙部分情节结构清晰,所以对文章的整体理解并不难把握。根据文章的结构选出正确的答案并不难。

B篇文章略难,文章整体字数也比较多。细节题的出题点虽然比较明显,但是答案需要推敲和对文段略作总结才可得出。

.词汇题

词汇题主要还是针对必修一的词汇,但是侧重点在词汇的变形和短语。要求学生不仅掌握必修一列表上的词汇,同时还要对词汇的不同变形和涉及的短语有深入的了解并熟悉使用方法。

.翻译题

翻译的句子不难,但其中涉及一些学生平时很少接触到的表达方式

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