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高中英语Units1-5期末测试题新人教版选修8(新)

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期末测试题

一、听力(听力)(共 20 小题;共 20 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,共 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有一道小题,从每题所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选 出最佳选项。听完每段对话或独白后,你将有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小 题。每段对话或独白你将听一遍。 1. Where is the man now? A. In the sitting room. B. In the bathroom. C. In the kitchen.

2. How many people are in the woman's car altogether now? A. 3. B. 4. C. 5.

3. What is the woman worried about? A. Lora's study. B. Lora's concert. C. Lora's job.

4. What did the woman think of the boxing match? A. Great. B. Just so-so. C. Disappointing.

5. How long did James Dean live in California? A. Five years. B. Four years. C. Three years.

第二节(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,共 15 分) 听下面 4 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几道小题,从每题所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选 出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前,你将有 5 秒钟的时间阅读每小题。听完后,每小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白你将听两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. What did the man do last night? A. He went to Linda's party. B. He watched over his cousin. C. He went to his cousin's house. 7. What does the man think of Linda? A. Patient. B. Energetic. C. Interesting.

听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 9 题。 8. How long did the man stay in Hong Kong this time? A. About four days. B. About five days. C. About six days.

9. What does the man usually like to do in his spare time when he is in Hong Kong? A. Do some shopping.

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B. Do some sightseeing. C. Talk with his family online. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. What is the man doing? A. Reading an article about poster art. B. Enjoying some old poster art works. C. Writing a school paper on poster art. 11. What did cities like Milan and Berlin do? A. They encouraged street artists. B. They brought in paper advertising. C. They supported John Fekner and Lee Quinones. 12. What day is it today? A. Friday. B. Saturday. C. Sunday.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 15 题。 13. What do we know about The Yale Literary Magazine? A. It was popular with students. B. It was published by professors. C. It was started by Stephen Benet. 14. What did Stephen Benet do in the early 1920s? A. He moved to live in Paris. B. He wrote two books in New York. C. He made friends with Ernest Hemingway. 15. What kind of story and poem did Stephen Benet write in New York? A. Moving. B. Exciting. C. Encouraging.

第三节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,共 7.5 分) 听下面一段对话,完成第 16 至 20 五道小题,每小题仅填写一个词。听对话前,你将有 20 秒 钟的时间阅读试题,听完后你将有 60 秒钟的作答时间。 这段对话你将听两遍。

Flowers Order Form Name Telephone Type of flowers Jim 16. 17. A dozen red 18.

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Delivery time Address 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 二、单项选择(共 15 小题;共 15 分) 21. --A. Hang on 22.

Before 6 pm on 19. 20. Cambridge

12th Oak Avenue,

--- I guess I must leave now. See you tomorrow. ! I have some important information for you. B. Never mind C. All right D. Take care

Why do we have to A. put up with B. fed up with into . B. wash the city,

Tom's selfish behavior? She should C. catch up with you are D. team up with to get your

learn to care for others.

23. car

Before A. washed

driving

required

C. washing

D. to wash when she finally won

24.

The athlete's years of hard training A. went on B. got through C. paid off

the Olympic gold medal. D. ended up

25.

All the teenagers living in the city have equal access to quality their background and birthplace. B. in terms of C. in favor of D. in need of since her A. regardless of

education

26.

Mother wanted to be a good provider, a role she A. shoulders C. is shouldering B. shouldered D. has been shouldering

marriage to father.

27.

It is by no means clear A. how B. which C. that

the president can do to end the D. what

strike.

28. we chained our dog. A. Being bitten

twice, the postman refused to deliver our letters unless B. Bitten C. Having bitten D. To be bitten

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29.

It's difficult to A. call up B. set out let any failures

a conversation with someone who only C. keep up discourage C. which you, for D. bring out you can never

says “Yes” and “No”.

30.

Do A. how

not

tell

close you may be to victory. B. that D. where he scored the D. why

31.

The best moment for the football star was A. where B. when C. how

winning goal.

32.

The play A. produced C. to be produced

next month aims mainly to reflect the local B. being produced D. having been produced you can hire D. as

culture.

33.

You'll find taxis waiting at the bus station A. which B. where C. when

to reach your host family.

34.

The palace caught fire three times in the last century, and little of the now. B. is remained D. has been remained in D. used A. remains C. is remaining

original building

35.

In some languages, 100 words make up half of all words A. using B. to use C. having used

daily conversations.

三、完形填空(共 20 小题;共 30 分) Only 36 37 one woman is responsible for my success: my mom. Don' t

me—I'm like anyone else, and have issues with my mother. However, I'm enough to realize that what she taught me when I was young positioned me 38 . 40 cooked from a My mom taught me that life, like dinner, doesn't require a recipe.

for my later 39

she cooked the most complicated meals, she 41 42

recipe. It was like a kind of free-form jazz, and she taught me to improvise( 即兴 发 挥 ), and to add ingredients according to media business has grown so amazingly, I'm not 43 . It's no wonder that my anyone else's recipe. 44 . But in

When I was in the ninth grade, my mom decided she wanted something being a mother and a wife. She wanted to start her own

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order to accomplish this, she had no happened in 46

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but to get a loan. It all 47 my father call him, 48 49 hope, and it if

motion. The bank manager

but my mom said stubbornly, "Why? It's my loan." "Well, I can't give you a loan unless he co-signs," replied the manager. But my mom didn't responded sincerely, "I see. Then can you do me a favor? I'd family." Moved by her 51 50 , the manager agreed to do as she asked. So 52 what she wants 53 how to was I that I included that day into my DNA. Through her influence, I've become someone who overcome the difficulties. It's really that extremely 36. A. suspect 37. A. curious C. intelligent 38. A. circumstances 39. A. Unless 40. A. rarely 41. A. feature 42. A. undertaking 43. A. instead of 44. A. business 45. A. substitute 46. A. brief 47. A. ordered 48. A. switch 49. A. reward 50. A. determination 51. A. patient 52. A. benefits 53. A. turn out B. dilemmas(窘境) B. If B. increasingly B. process B. reflecting B. rather than B. marriage B. alternative B. slow B. indicated B. abandon B. relieve B. requirement B. sensitive B. explores B. stick out 55 54

you'd put together the paperwork quickly. I need a shop in order to support my

until she gets it. If something or someone is in my way, I

. It's not about getting

angry. It's about getting what you want, being very competitive, but also . I learned this in the ninth grade from my mom, and it B. misunderstand C. scold B. innocent D. straightforward C. achievements C. Since C. cautiously C. motivation C. recommending C. more than C. research C. procedure C. admirable C. insisted C. adjust C. celebrate C. significance C. trustworthy C. compromises C. figure out D. difficulties D. While D. flexibly D. taste D. following D. regardless of D. interview D. possibility D. urgent D. stressed D. escape D. appreciate D. encouragement D. impressed D. pursues D. watch out D. interrupt burned itself into my brain.

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54. A. simple 55. A. embarrassing

B. upset B. likeable

C. unconscious C. casual

D. uncertain D. confusing

四、阅读理解(共 16 小题;共 32 分) A

Book 1: Iggy Peck, Architect By Andrea Beaty 32 pages, US $15.95 This book is the classic oddball( 古怪的人 ) story about a kid whose head teacher does not recognize his great talent (he makes buildings out of anything at hand, including table cloths, fruit and chalk) until it saves her life. Book 2: The Chicken-Chasing Queen of Lamar County By Janice N. Harrington 40 pages, US $16.00 Our character here loves to run after chickens, particularly Miss Hen, who's very fat. But, as all farming folk know, this is not a good way to produce happy, productive chickens. What will make her change her ways? The author is a professional storyteller and this book is full of fun, and has great illustrations(插图). Book 3: Diary of a Fly By Doreen Cronin 40 pages, US $15.99 This is the diary of a fly. A fly who, when she's not landing on your head or swimming in your soup, is trying to escape her 327 brothers and sisters who are driving her crazy. Even though she's little—just like her best friends, worms and spiders—she wants to be a superhero. This is the story of a little fly who's not afraid to dream really big. Book 4: Cherry and Olive By Benjamin Lacombe 32 pages, US $16.95 Children's books can quickly take little readers into new worlds, such as the big city, 1930s Georgia, or outer space. This book takes us on a little trip to some European capitals. Cherry is fat and likes books, and she has few friends until she meets a stray Shar-Pei puppy ( 迷 途 的 沙 皮 犬 ). She names it Olive.

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Through it she finds confidence and friendship. But what will happen when its owner returns? 56. In Book 2, the character A. can make buildings out of anything B. is a kid who likes to play tricks on teachers C. keeps lots of chickens D. likes to run after chickens 57. Which of the following can best describe the fly in Book 3? A. Lazy and proud. C. Brave and courageous. B. Stupid and funny. D. Loyal and honest. .

58. Which of the following is TRUE according to the text? A. Strange students are mentioned in Book 1 and Book 3. B. Book 4 introduces lots of farm animals. C. A fly is a superhero in outer space in Book 2. D. Book 1 is the cheapest of the four books. 59. If you are interested in European cities, you may want to read the book by . A. Benjamin Lacombe C. Andrea Beaty B "I wish that in one instant I could tell you of my safe arrival, but we are 3,000 miles apart and must wait four long weeks to hear from each other." Samuel Morse was 20 when he wrote this sentence in a letter to his mother in 1811. He was in London studying art. She was at the home in Charlestown, Massachusetts, USA, where he had been born. Perhaps it was at the moment of writing the letter that young Morse first had the wish to bridge space with flying words. This wish was later to give the world the electric telegraph (电报). He returned in 1815 to work on history painting much admired in Europe. Morse completed an oil painting The House of Representatives, expecting that this would bring him fame( 名声 ). But there was hardly any demand in the United States for history painting, and he unwillingly started to support himself by painting portraits(肖像画). He was often close to poverty during his career as an artist. B. Janice N. Harrington D. Doreen Cronin

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During a voyage from Europe to America in 1832, Morse met Thomas Jackson, a scientist who had recently attended lectures on electricity in Paris. Conversations with Jackson made the artist believe that an electrical current could be used for communication. During the rest of the voyage he worked excitedly on drawings for his plan. After his arrival home, he abandoned his artistic career to give his full attention to the project. Morse had an inventive mind but little knowledge of electricity. He did years of work and study to perfect his invention. In 1837 he applied for a patent on the American Electromagnetic Telegraph. He went to England, France, and Russia asking for aid for his invention but met with failure there as at home. People admired his courage in the face of poverty and disappointment. Finally in 1843 the United States Congress provided Morse with $30,000 to build a line from Washington to Baltimore. In May 1844 the first message was flashed over this wire. Newspapers, railroads, and businesses quickly found use for the telegraph, which for the first time created a global community. 60. According to Paragraph 1, Morse probably thought A. communication by letter was not convenient B. it was amazing to communicate by telegraph C. life in London was not as happy as he expected D. he should return to America to care for his mother 61. After returning from Europe in 1815, Morse A. became famous thanks to his The House of Representatives B. found Americans had little interest in history painting C. got very curious about painting portraits for others D. led an easy and peaceful life on the whole 62. The third paragraph is about how Morse A. painted the first telegraph B. got the idea for his invention C. became an expert on electricity D. learned from a scientist from Paris 63. What is the best title of the text? A. Samuel Morse: From Home to World B. Samuel Morse: From Poverty to Fame . . .

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C. Samuel Morse: From Artist to Inventor D. Samuel Morse: From Europe to America C

There are plenty of good reasons to buy organic produce, but nutrition may not be one of them, suggests a new study, which found no difference in antioxidant( 抗氧化剂 ) levels between organically and traditionally grown onions, carrots, and potatoes. The study only looked at three types of vegetables and just a few select nutrients. But the experiment was part of a bigger project that was so reasonably arranged and strictly controlled that the findings likely apply to others, too. "Giving preference to organic produce because they contain more bioactive(生物活性) elements is doubtful and not supported by scientific evidence, " Knuthsen said. "Still, there are many good reasons for consumers to select organic food produce, including absence of pesticide remains in foods, animal welfare, and environmental protections." "Arguments over whether organic produce is more nutritious than traditional varieties have been around for at least a decade," said Jeffrey Blumberg, director of the Antioxidants Research Laboratory at Tufts University in Boston. Some studies have suggested that organically grown plants contain higher levels of healthful antioxidants, possibly because some antioxidants act as natural fungicides( 杀 菌 剂 ), pesticides and insecticides, he said. "The idea is that, without help from industrial chemicals, plants on organic farms need to work harder to protect themselves. They end up becoming more nutritious as a result." But plenty of other studies have shown no such relationship. "I understand that organic farmers would love to be able to say that theirs are super-fruits and super-vegetables because there are higher amounts of these mixtures in them," Blumberg said. "If you want to buy them because you think they're safer for the planet to grow things that way, or because you think pesticides are bad for you or your family, or you like that they come from a shorter distance away, that's great." "But if you want to buy them because they're more nutritious, you're confused, and we don't know if that's true or not." 64. The study proves that .

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A. organic plants grow much faster than traditional plants B. nutrition is one of the good reasons to buy organic produce C. traditional plants can resist natural disasters better than organic plants D. organically and traditionally grown foods have the same antioxidant levels 65. "other A. birds The underlined word ". B. crops C. insects D. animals . "others" in Para. 2 probably refers to

66. The fourth paragraph mainly tells us that

A. organically grown plants contain higher levels of healthful antioxidants B. natural fungicides, pesticides and insecticides are necessary for organic plants C. farmers often spend much less money in growing organic plants D. it is unclear whether organic produce is more nutritious than traditional produce 67. According to Jeffrey Blumberg, one of the reasons for people to buy organic produce is that . A. they are free of pesticides B. they contain more vitamins C. they can be kept for a long time D. they can cure people of some diseases D In some society it is the custom for parents to arrange the marriage of their children. The father and mother of the bride will meet with the father and mother of the groom, and if both families are pleased with each other, and agreement will be made. Often the brides and grooms will not be asked for their opinion in this matter, and sometimes they do not even meet each other until the day of the wedding. In some countries, men advertise for mail-order brides in the local paper. Most Americans found the idea of arranged marriages difficult to understand or accept. They believe that two people should marry for love, after a period of dating or courtship. During that period, the prospective( 有 望 的 ) marriage partners are supposed to learn enough about each other to decide whether

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or not they will be able to build a successful marriage. This idea of an arranged marriage seems very old-fashioned indeed. But aren't all marriages arranged in one way or another? In the United States marriages are seldom formally arranged, but quite a lot of informal arranging goes on before two people become wife and husband. People who get married are introduced to each other by friends. These friends have already decided that the two people are right for each other and arrange for them to meet. In USA this kind of arrangement is very common. Because friends have such great influence, their approval of a dating or mating partner is very important. Families also exert( 施加 ) open and subtle pressures on their children to influence their choices of marriage partners. Parents often arrange dates for their own children. One parent often tells a friend about her beautiful daughter or handsome son. Also, parents can meet the perfect marriage prospect for their son or daughter through business relationship. Sine parents often assist their children financially, they feel that they have the right to help the bride and groom select where they will live, what type of furniture they will purchase, and what their life-style will be like. To a large extent or degree, social class determines the choice of a marriage partner in the United States. Marriages are usually arranged between people of similar religious, ethnic, and financial backgrounds. Despite what we see in the movies, the son of a bank president rarely marries or even meets a coal miner's daughter. Americans may not accept or understand arranged marriages, but marriages in the United States are arranged nevertheless. 68. Which of the following can be chosen as the best title of this passage? A. Americans' Marriage C. Marriage for Love B. Arranged Marriage D. Perfect Marriage

69. Which of the following is not mentioned in the passage? A. Some couples marry according to their parents' arrangement. B. Some men seek their future-wife by advertising in the newspaper. C. The Americans will not live together before their marriage. D. Friends and parents usually play an important role in arranging marriage. 70. Most Americans think that .

A. financial status determines the choice of a marriage partner B. young men and women should get married as soon as they fall in love C. arranged marriages are hardly understood and accepted

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D. love plays a critical role in marriage 71. According to the passage, which one of the following statements is NOT true? A. In arranged marriages, the brides and grooms never meet before their wedding. B. Many Americans think the idea of arranged marriage out of date. C. All marriages are not arranged in America. D. A lot of informally arranged marriages exist in America. 五、短文 7 选 5(5 选 5 等)(共 5 小题;共 10 分) How to Dress for Hiking in a Hot Climate An extreme hike is one with intense challenges that can include rough mountains, severe weather conditions, or hikes that last longer than a day. It's important to make sure you are fully prepared for the conditions before you set out on your hike. 72. Wear a long-sleeved shirt over a short-sleeved shirt. Both should be lightweight, loose-fitting and light-colored to reflect the sun's rays. Since the climate is hot, you will probably spend most of the hike in the short-sleeved shirt. However, you may need protection from the sun and insects, which long sleeves provide. 73. Choose shirts made from synthetic( 人造的 ) material; they dry faster than cotton or wool. Wear long pants or shorts that are light-colored in order to reflect the sun. Long pants can protect your legs from bites. 74. An ideal option is pants that unzip( 拉开拉链) around the knees to become shorts; they work for multiple conditions and are typically made from lightweight, nylon fabric, which dries quickly. 75. Purchase nylon socks made specifically for hiking in hot climates. Boots that can stop water from entering do not breathe well; avoid them unless you know that you will experience water on your hike. Wear a widebrimmed( 宽帽檐的) sun hat. 76. Your head is the easiest part of your body for the sun to burn when you are hiking, so be sure it is protected. A. The safety and comfort of your hike is decided by a number of factors. B. Choose a hat that is light-colored and made from breathable synthetic material. C. A pleasing hike can turn into a nightmare if you don't have the right clothing. D. Long sleeves are also helpful when the temperature drops at night.

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E. However, shorts are more suitable for the hot weather. F. Footwear is likely to be neglected by hikers. G. Wear hiking boots and breathable socks. 六、翻译(根据中文提示完成句子)(共 5 小题;共 5 分) 77. 没有主力队员的参与,他们一定会在即将到来的比赛中被打败。 Without their key player, they competition. 78. 他想申请在昨天报纸上刊登的销售人员一职。(词数不限) (apply) He would like newspaper yesterday. 79. 曲棍球的历史可以追溯到数千年前。(词数不限) The history of hockey can 80. 只要那座旧房子状况良好,我们就买下它。 We is He all 七、作文(共 1 小题;共 25 分) 82. 假定你是张华,在报纸上看到暑假期间有一场篮球联赛在招聘兼职英语翻译。请你用英语 写一封求职信,内容包括: 1. 自我介绍; 2. 介绍自己和此工作有关的能力或条件; 3. 表达希望应聘成功的期望。 注意: 1. 可根据要点适当发挥,以使行文连贯; 2. 词数不少于 100 个(短文开头已给出,不计入总词数)。 Dear Sir, I learned in the newspaper that you are looking for a part time translator for a basketball match. ___________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ 答案 一、听力(听力) made several lame excuses for . his being will buy the old house as . late, but these were long as it thousands of years ago. the position as a salesman advertised in the be beaten in the coming

81. 他为迟到做了几种毫无说服力的辩解, 但是这些都是徒劳的。

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1. B 6. B

2. C 7. C

3. A 8. B

4. A

5. B

9. C 10. C

11. A 12. B 13. A 14. A 15. C 16. Keller 17. 83856954 18. roses 19. November 20. 185 听力原文 (Text 1) W: Stanley, there' s a Mr. Brown on the phone who wants to talk to you. M: I' m taking a shower now. Can you ask him to hold? Tell him I' ll be there in just a few minutes. W: OK. But hurry. I' m cooking supper right now. (Text 2) M: I am sorry, Miss. I have to check your car. W: Why, sir? I was driving slow enough, wasn' t I? M: Yeah, you were. But how many other people do you have in the car with you? W: Er, just four. M: Right. That' s the problem. (Text 3) W: I am so worried about Lora. M: Why? She seems fine to me. W: She' ll be taking that big exam in two weeks, but all she's talking about now is the upcoming concert. M: Hmm. Perhaps we can try to talk some sense into her. I don' t want her to fail her exam just because of a concert. (Text 4) W: How did you like the boxing match last night? M: I missed it. I was on a date with Ann last night. W: Ah, that' s too bad. It was the best match I' ve seen in the past several years. M: Maybe I' ll catch it on TV later today.

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(Text 5) James Dean was born in Indiana in 1931, but his parents moved to California when he was five. He wasn't there long because his mother passed away just four years later. After that James' father sent him back to live in Indiana with his aunt. (Text 6) W: Hey, did you go to Linda' s birthday party last night? M: No. I was going to, but then my little cousin came over. No one else was at home to look after him, so I had no choice but to stay at home with him. So did you enjoy the party? W: Of course. I don' t think I' ve ever been with such an exciting group of people. M: I' m sorry I missed it! Linda is such a fun girl. She makes everybody around her happy. W: Yes, she does. (Text 7) W: Excuse me. I ' m with the Hong Kong Tourist Association. Do you have a moment to answer a few questions? M: Why not? My plane leaves in about an hour. I have plenty of time. W: Great. So where are you from, and what do you do? M: I' m from Canada. I work in a big international company, and I come here quite often for work. W: How long were you here this time? M: About five days. W: Do you often have time to go shopping? M: Yes, but I don' t really like shopping, so I usually spend most of my spare time in my room talking with my family online. You know, I don' t get to see them a lot. (Text 8) W: So what are you doing, Tim? M: I' m writing a school paper on poster art. W: Oh, that' s an interesting topic. I heard that poster art was very popular in Paris at one time.

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M: Yes, that' s right. During the 1870s, Paris became a paradise for the street poster artists. W: What did people at that time think of that type of art? Did they hate it? M: I don' t think so. Most people seemed to think that artwork along the streets made the area more beautiful. The street poster art wave also brought in the first form of paper advertising. Even other cities like Milan and Berlin encouraged street artists. W: Who were some of the most famous street artists? M: John Fekner and Lee Quinones were two of the most famousAmerican street artists. W: Thanks for all the info - you really know a lot about street art. So when do you have to finish your school paper? M: I have to hand it in next Monday, the day after tomorrow. (Text 9) Stephen Benet was born into a world of history, poetry and laughter. By the time he was fifteen, he was writing almost every day. The summer before he entered Yale University, at the age of seventeen, he published his first book of poems. At Yale, Stephen worked hard. He became editor of The Yale Literary Magazine. The literary magazine was popular with students and writers at other schools, too. Stephen wrote poems and articles for the magazine, and for a number of other magazines. Before he finished his four years of study at Yale, many people had read his poems and stories. In the early 1920s, many young American writers lived in Paris. Among them were Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Stephen went there after leaving Yale and fell in love with the city. Stephen wrote two books and a great many poems while he was in Paris. Then he came back to America and decided to settle down in New York. There he used his stories and poems to show Americans what was good and valuable in their culture. He wanted to give them something to believe in. (Text 10) W: Hello, Evergreen Flowers. Can I help you? M: Yes. I' d like to order some flowers to be sent to my house for my daughter' s birthday. W: Fine, sir. What kind of flowers would you like?

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M: I' d like to have some red roses. A dozen. W: A dozen red roses. That' s a good choice. Our red roses are twelve dollars a dozen this week, and they are really nice. M:All right, a dozen red roses then. W: Would you please tell me your name and address, sir? M: OK. Jim Keller. J-I-M, K-E-L-L-E-R. My address is 185 Oak Avenue, Cambridge. Um ... could you write something on the note? How about Happy Birthday? W: OK. Now, when should they be sent? And your telephone number? M: They should be there before 6:00 pm on November 12th. My telephone number is 83856954. W: No problem. Just one more question, sir - how do you want to pay for them? M: Cash on delivery, please. W: OK. We' ll have a dozen red roses sent to your house before 6:00 pm on November 12th. M: Thank you very much. 二、单项选择 21. A 22. A 23. A 24. C 25. A 26. D 27. D 28. B 29. C 30. A 31. B 32. C 33. A 34. A 35. D 三、完形填空 36. B 37. C 38. C 39. D 40. A 41. D 42. D 43. C 44. A 45. B 46. B 47. C 48. B 49. D 50. A 51. D 52. D 53. C 54. A 55. B 四、阅读理解 56. D 57. C 58. D 59. A 60. A 61. B 62. B 63. C 64. D 65. B 66. D 67. A 68. B 69. C 70. C 71. A 五、短文 7 选 5(5 选 5 等) 72. C 73. D 74. E 75. G 76. B

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六、翻译(根据中文提示完成句子) 77. are bound to 78. to apply for 79. date back to 80. in good condition 81. in vain 七、作文 82. Dear Sir, I learned in the newspaper that you are looking for a parttime translator for a basketball match.I want to apply for the job. My name is Zhang Hua. I'm an 18yearold student at Yingsheng Middle School. I believe I'm qualified for the job. First, I'm so interested in basketball that I know all the basketball terms well and all the famous teams and many famous basketball players around the world. Second, I often practise English with foreigners and can speak English fluently. Third, I can deal with all kinds of urgent cases on the spot. Last but not least, I have worked as a translator before. In a word, I'm confident that I can do the job well, so I'm eager to get the opportunity. I'm looking forward to your reply. Yours, Zhang Hua

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