温岭中学 2013 届高三高考提优冲刺考试（三）英语试题
本试题卷分第 I 卷和第 II 卷两部分。满分 120 分，考试时间 120 分钟。 注意事项： 1.答题前，考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号用黑色字迹的签字笔或钢笔镇写在答题纸 规定的位置上。 2.每小题选出后，用 2B 铅笔把答题纸上对应题目的答案标号涂黑，如需改动，用橡皮 擦干净后，再选涂其它答案标号。不能答
第 I 卷 (共 80 分)
第一部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 30 分） 第一节：单项填空（共 20 小题；每小题 0.5 分，满分 10 分） 1. ---Are you going to Bob’s birthday party on Saturday evening? ---___________.He is my best friend. A. Good idea B. I can’t agree more. C. I wouldn’t miss it for the world D. I’d love to 2.The ____ use of popular cyber language can make the teaching atmosphere more relaxing and narrow the gap between teachers and students. A. frequent B. occasional C. professional D. additional 3. The expression of fear and frustration displays our powerlessness and inability to cope with a situation, thus ______ others for help. A. request B. to request C. requesting D. requests 4. The main reason why Apple’s products always manage to capture the imagination of people worldwide is their attention to _____. Each and every part of an Apple product is perfect in its body. A. details B. functions C. features D. trends 5. Organized volunteering and work experience has long been ___ vital companion to ___ university degree courses. B. a; the D. a ; a A. 不填；the C. a; 不填 6.______ exams –centered education continues, parents will look overseas for a better way to educate their children. A. In case B. As long as C. Even if D. As soon as 7. China is aware of the challenges ______ by climate change and will remain loyal to the path of sustainable development. A. brought up B. brought about C. brought in D. brought out 8. If a department store has chairs where women can _____their men, women will spend more time shopping. A. locate B. provide C. rest D.park 9. Encouraged by my science teacher, I set about my studies on developing my product, _____I hope I will succeed in applying for a patent. A. with whom B. to whom C. through which D. for which 10.---Professor, I’m having problems making this water look real. ---Give me your brush for a moment. Watch me add just a few _____ here and some highlights
there. A. shades B. shadows C. shapes D. shelters 11. Nothing taught by others can have the same effect on you as _____ learned by yourself. A. it B. the one C. that D. those 12.---Hello, Tom Wilson’s, can I help you? ---Hi, it’s Emma Lyn here . I’m calling about my car. Is it ready ______yet? A.to collect B. being collected C.to be collected D. collected 13.---Dad, I’m a grown woman, and you can’t make choices for me. ---Ha! If you were a grown woman, you ____ cartoon all day! A. mustn’t watch B. wouldn’t watch C. shouldn’t have watched D. can’t have watched 14.---How does it feel to have a new baby brother in the house? ---It’s really exciting, but it took my parents a long time to settle ____ a name for my little brother. A. on B. down C. for D. up 15.---Hey, Mike. How is everything going on with you ? ---Not bad. But I can’t say ______ I want to see you again. It’s three years since we met last time. A. how long B. how often C. how much D. how soon 16. ---Did your dad fix the brakes on the BMW himself? ---He _____ , because he doesn’t know much about cars. A. has it fixed B. had fixed it C. fixed it D. had it fixed 17. The customs office is _____ your baggage is inspected _____ you enter or leave a country. Owners of inward or outward Luggage shall declare truthfully. A. that; where B. where ; that C. where; when D. when ; that 18. With the development of our society, people are becoming richer and richer, which enables them to purchase more nutritious food such as meat and milk. In the meantime, grain consumption in people’s diet _____ dropped. A. consequently B. simply C. merely D. currently 19. I had a letter from my sister yesterday, in which she _____ that she would come to England next year. A. says B. said C. tells D. told 20. ---I don’t want to go out for a walk. It’s “Soap Time.” Don’t you watch it ? ---___________? Soap operas are for people who have nothing better to do. A. Are you kidding B. Why not C. Who am I D. Don’t you think so
第二节：完形填空（共 20 小题; 每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从 21～40 各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中， 选出最佳选项，并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 I take a deep breath, 21 my fingers and step forward. Am I about to take the leap before bungee-jumping? 22 , I'm about to cross the road on my way to work. There have been a few articles in the press over the last couple of months about "Chinese-
style road crossing." The definition of this 23 is " a large number of people jaywalking(乱穿 马路) together because they feel 24 in a big group." Crossing the road is a simple task but sometimes it can be time-consuming and dangerous. It can be 25 to try and rush across the road whilst the red 26 is still lit; it's only a short distance, what's the 27 that can happen? Many pedestrians don't seem to understand the 28 they are taking. If the light's on green then most drivers won't pay attention, 29 that no one will be crossing the road. If the driver does notice, it's possible that they may not have the 30 stopping distance to be able to stop 31 hitting the person. Also, stepping out on to a road at the wrong 32 causes vehicles to slow down, meaning the cars behind them have to slow down, creating a 33 effect possibly even a long tailback (车辆长队). 34 , it can be difficult to stick to the rules when there is 35 pedestrian-friendly crossings and it seems that drivers don't follow the rules, either. Even if the green man is showing, cars are still allowed to turn right at many lights, often turning into large crowds of people 36 crossing the road. Many times these cars don't slow down, meaning pedestrians have to quickly move out of the way. It also means that people 37 cross the road when they should be allowed to ---maybe this is a motivating factor for so-called jaywalkers. Driving a car doesn’t mean you have more rights. It’s a privilege and with that privilege comes a lot of 38 . It doesn’t seem completely 39 to punish pedestrians for taking matters into their own hands on a road system that’s designed against them. A rethink of the way pedestrian crossing work and driver education may 40 a stop to “Chinese- style road crossing.” 21.A. hold B. cross C. bend D. snap 22.A. Yes B. No C. Why D. However 23.A.word B. name C. phrase D. term 24.A. great B. happy C. safe D. strong 25.A. tempting B. interesting C. exciting D. shocking 26.A. boy B. man C. girl D. woman 27.A. worse B. worst C. better D. best 28.A. risk B. lift C. light D. road 29.A. hoping B. believing C. guessing D. assuming 30.A. required B. requested C. suggested D. allowed 31.A. before B.after C. when D.while 32.A. direction B. time C. place D.speed 33.A. knock-up B. knock-on C. knock-down D.knock-back 34.A.On the one hand B. On the other hand C. On the contrary D. On this occasion 35.A. a lot of B. a great deal of C. a lack of D. a number of 36.A. safely B. slowly C. worriedly D. legally 37.A. can’t B. shouldn’t C. won’t D. mustn’t 38.A. responsibility B. possibility C. personality D. reality 39.A. severe B. mild C. fair D. unjust 40.A. add B. put C. set D. attach 第二部分：阅读理解（第一节 20 小题，第二节 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 50 分） 第一节：阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C、D）中，选出最佳选项，并在
答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 A In many romantic movies or TV shows one scene always appears. It involves a handsome man standing outside a young woman’s window, singing a love song to her to win her over. However, trying to woo a female with songs is not just something that humans do. A few animals sing love songs as well. Birds and elephants are romantic but the latest animal to serenade a female might surprise you---it is the humble mouse.
Scientists also found the part of the brain that controls the mice’s singing ability. In the experiment, they damaged the cells in this part of the mice’s brain and found that the animals couldn’t keep their songs in pitch or repeat them any more. This also happened when the mice became deaf. Jarvis said that this finding had changed his understanding of the way mice make sound. “In mice we find that the pathways that are at least modulating (调整) these vocalizations (发声法) are in the forebrain, in places where you actually find them in humans,” he said. “If we’re not wrong, these findings will be a big boost（促进）to scientists studying diseases like autism（自闭症）and anxiety disorders.” 41. What’s the possible meaning of the underlined word “serenade”? A. To sing love songs. B. To challenge others. C. To hug others. D. To fight for love. 42. Which of the following is proven wrong by the latest discovery? A. The frequency of mice’s voice is so high that it’s impossible for humans to hear it. B. When male mice make special sounds to females they can’t control the sounds. C. Birds and elephants are both romantic animals that are good at expressing love. D. Animals like mice are smart even though they often make sounds randomly. 43. What do parrots, whales and dolphins have in common according to the passage? A. They are all animals well-known for their smart appearances. B. They are often chosen to carry out scientific experiments on. C. They all have the ability to learn to adapt their voices. D. Their numbers are quite limited in the natural world. 44. Romantic movies and TV shows are mentioned at the beginning of the passage to ________. A. help readers better understand the article B. stress the importance of the article C. explain why this article is written D. get readers interested in the topic
45. The above passage is written to ________. A. introduce a new scientific discovery B. persuade readers to accept a new discovery C. describe an interesting experiment on mice D. entertain readers with a funny fact about mice B Below is some interesting news from a newspaper: Girl’s Crazy Historical Costumes Stella Ehrhart, a US third-grader, dresses up as a different historical figure every day before school---yes, you heard right! The 8-year-old has been coming to class in a different persona (人物) daily since the second day of second grade, when she showed up as American author Laura Ingalls Wilder. Stella gets ideas for what to wear from the book 100 Most Important Women of the 20th Century. However, in the past she has also dressed up as fictional characters including Hermione Granger from Harry Potter. The eager student managed to get through the entire second grade without repeating herself, but now she is running out of ideas. The girl’s parents, who are both theater professionals, say they support their daughter’s “creativity”. Her mother told UK news website The Huffington Post, “She goes into her closet and just picks out what she wants each day.” Learning Soars How do you get a child’s early education off the ground? A head teacher in the Georgian city of Rustavi has found a unique way of creating an exciting learning environment. He has transformed a plane into a kindergarten. Gari Chapidze bought an old but functional Yakovlev Yak-42 from Georgian Airways and filled it with education equipment, games and toys, but left the cockpit (驾驶舱) untouched so it could be used as a play area. “The idea was to create a kindergarten where children go with joy,” Chapidze, who runs the kindergarten, told AFP. “The children come in to the kindergarten with pleasure and cry when they have to go home. They are happy here,” he added. Taxi Driver Gets Lucky in Las Vegas Bright lights and big wins---this is what Las Vegas is known for, and even the taxi drivers here get lucky. Well, at least recently one did. Adam Woldemarim, 42, discovered $ 221,510 in the back of his van after a long day at work. The money was in a laptop case left between the seats of the Virgin Valley cab. What did Woldemarim do with the cash? He turned it in. The Ethiopian driver soon got a call from the case’s owner who, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, had “won big” and was on his way to the airport when he realized he had forgotten his winnings. Woldemarim was given a $ 2,000 reward. But it was reported that the driver’s fellow taxi drivers thought he should have got a lot more. Eat Crickets (蟋蟀) and Worms at a Museum The Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia is putting on a night for meat eaters who want to try some unusual foods. It is hosting a cocktail party on Oct 27 called Cuisine from the Collections. The food on the menu is inspired by the exhibited specimen (标本) at the museum. The event is for adults only. Let’s hope they don’t get a stomach bug from all the insects!
46. Stella Ehrhart gets the idea to dress up every day before school from ________. A. Laura Ingalls Wilder B. a book C. Hermione Granger D. her parents
47. Which of the following is the biggest problem Stella Ehrhart is facing? A. She has to get through the entire second grade dressing up as others. B. She’s finding her parents no longer offer her as much support as before. C. She’s finding it hard to think of enough new figures to dress up as. D. She has difficulty dressing up without falling behind in study. 48. Yakovlev Yak-42 is a certain kind of ________. A. game B. company C. toy D. plane 49. Adam Woldemarim’s fellow taxi drivers may think the person who “won big” is ________. A. honest B. mean C. stupid D. humorous 50. We can infer from the above news that ________. A. eating insects can be risky B. kids dislike the plane kindergarten C. Las Vegas only brings luck for the poor D. all the girls love fancy clothes and costumes C The Philippines is fast becoming the world's low-cost English language teacher --- with rapid increases in overseas students coming to learn English or study in English-speaking universities. There might be other countries that people think about as a classic place to learn English, such as the UK, the US or Australia. But there is one key reason that they are switching to the Philippines. It's much cheaper. "We have very competitive rates compared with other countries," says English teacher, Jesy King, citing her school's fees of $500 (?313) for a 60-hour class---about a third of the price of an equivalent course in the US or Canada. Another major advantage is the accent. Filipinos speak with a clear American accent - partly because the Philippines were a US colony for five decades, and partly because so many people here have spent time working in call centers for the US market. These centers train their staff to sound indistinguishable from Americans, so callers never realize that the person they're speaking to is on the other side of the world. Student numbers are growing rapidly. And it's not just English language students who are coming to the Philippines --- there's also been a rapid increase in the number of foreigners applying for graduate and post-graduate courses in all kinds of fields. The main reasons that attract them are, again, the cost --- and the fact that, in the country's top universities, all classes are held in English. Dr Alvin Culaba, the executive vice-president of De La Salle --- one of the country's top universities --- is confident that the level of teaching in his institution can compete with that found anywhere in the world. "Our programs are very comparable, or sometimes even better, than in the US and Europe," he says. De La Salle already has a lot of students from China and Japan, but there's recently been an increase in Europeans. Elizaveta Leghkaya, a Russian engineering student, is one of them. She looked at courses in Canada, Australia and New Zealand, but the program at De La Salle was a quarter of the price of the others. "Here it's much cheaper, and I'm really confident that the qualification I'll get is just the same," she says. She had found other benefits of studying in the Philippines too. "It's a good experience, as it's a different style of life than I'd get in Europe. It's interesting to learn the culture. " But studying in the Philippines isn't for the faint-hearted. Living here means coping with the bureaucracy and corruption (官僚腐败), and if you're in Manila, the heavy pollution. And then
there's the fact that many Filipinos speak a rather different language than the rest of the English-speaking world. The Philippines markets itself as being the third largest English-speaking nation --- after the US and the UK --- a fact proudly displayed on the Department of Tourism website. And in a way, that's true. Most people speak at least basic English, and the well-educated speak it fluently. But a lot of people speak Taglish --- a mix of English and the local language Tagalog --- which is often difficult for foreigners to understand. For a foreign student trying to learn English, this will undoubtedly present some challenges. 51. From the above passage we can learn that ________. A. the fact that the local people speak Taglish is an attraction to foreigners B. the education quality in Russia is far behind that of the Philippines C. not all the foreign students go to the Philippines to learn English D. only students from China and Japan like to study in the Philippines 52. One advantage about studying in the Philippines is that ________. A. the living costs there are much lower than other countries B. people there speak English with an American accent C. student numbers are growing rapidly there D. De La Salle there is a very good university 53. The method the writer uses to develop Paragraph 4 is ________. A. providing explanations B. offering analyses C. listing data D. giving examples 54. Which of the following best describes the writer’s tone in the passage? A. Approving B. Objective C. Critical D. Doubtful D As I write this, I have half an eye on an old James Bond film that is showing on my computer. But this is a story about how I stopped watching TV and began reading again for pleasure, after ten years in which I hardly turned a page. I suppose I was an enthusiastic reader of "literature" between the ages of nine and fourteen. I had enough time to be White Fang, Robinson Crusoe, and Bilbo Baggins and Jeeves. Of course there was room in the schoolboy's imagination for some real historical figures: Scott of the Antarctic, all of the Vikings, and Benjamin Franklin were good friends of mine. Then, in adolescence, I began a long search for strange and radical (激进的) ideas. I wanted to challenge my elders and betters, and shock my fellow students with amazing points of view. Of course, the only place to look was in books. I hunted out the longest titles and the authors with the funniest names; I searched the library for completely unread books. Then I found one which became my bible for the whole of 1982, it had a title composed of eleven long words and an author whose name I didn't know how to pronounce. It was really thick and looked dead serious. Even better, it put forward a whole world-view that would take days to explain. Perfect. I took it out of the library three times, proud to see the date-stamps lined up on the empty library insert. Later, I went to university. Expecting to spend long evenings in learned discussion with clever people, I started reading philosophy. For some reason I never found the deep-thinking intellectuals I hoped to meet. Anyway, I was ready to impress with my profound (深奥的) knowledge of post-structuralism, existentialism and situationism. These things are usually explained in rather short books, but they take a long time to get through. They were the end of my youthful reading.
Working life was hard to get used to after so much theory. It was the end of books for me. There didn't seem to be much in books that would actually get things done. To do things you had to answer the telephone and work a computer. You had to travel about and speak to people who weren't at all interested in philosophy. I didn't stop reading, you can't avoid that. I read all day. But no books came my way, only manuals (操作手册) and contracts and documents. Maybe most people satisfy their need for stories and ideas with TV and, to tell the truth, it was all I needed for ten years. In those days I only had a book "on the go" for the duration of aeroplane flights. At first I would come home and watch TV over dinner. Then, I moved the TV so I could watch it from bed. I even got a switch so I could turn it off without getting out of bed. Then, one fateful day, my TV broke and my landlady took it away. My new TV is an extra circuit board (电路板) inside my computer. It's on a desk in front of a working chair and I can't see it from the bed. I still use it for the weather forecasts and it's nice to have it on while I'm typing this… but what to do last thing at night? Well, have another go with books. Now, I just like books. I have a pile of nice ones by my bed and I'm reading about six at the same time. I don't want to be any of the characters. I don't care if a thousand people have already read them. I don't have to search through libraries. There are books everywhere and all of them have something to read in them. I have the strange feeling that they've been there all along, waiting for me to pick them up. 55. The writer enjoyed reading “literature” between the ages of nine and fourteen because ________. A. he thought it was important for a schoolboy to do so B. he was still too young to understand other books C. he believed all the real historical figures were his friends D. he could imagine himself being the characters in the books 56. What is Paragraph 3 mainly about? A. The writer had a hard time finding the right books to read in his adolescence. B. The writer read in his adolescence to show off his unique viewpoints. C. How the writer finally found a very good book to read in a library. D. How the writer became a man with very strange and radical ideas. 57. “Existentialism” (in paragraph 4) is probably ________. A. a library intended for teenagers B. a kind of books on traditions C. a philosophy theory D. a kind of reading skill 58. The main reason the writer stopped reading books was that ________. A. he found watching TV was more interesting B. he became too busy to read any books C. he found books were of little use to his work D. he had to read a lot of manuals, contracts and documents 59. Now the writer starts to read books again ________. A. to find back his youth in books B. for the pure pleasure of reading C. so as to help kill his spare time
D. for only business purposes 60. Which of the following is the best title of the passage? A. Ten Years without Books B. Books and TV Programs C. Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover D. Reading Makes One Excellent 第二节：下面文章中有 5 处（第 61~65 题）需要添加小标题。请从以下选项（A、B、C、D、 E 和 F）中选出符合各段意思的小标题，并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有 一项是多余选项。 A. Learn to listen. B. Keep the discussion on track. C. Assign a note-taker or arrange to have the meeting audio-taped. D. Avoid missing valuable points. E. End on time. F. Give everyone an opportunity to be heard. If you are asked to chair a meeting, remember the following five golden rules for meeting arrangement. 61.____________________ You may need to refer back to an issue that was discussed during the meeting at a later date. So keeping a record of the contents of meetings is of great significance. Besides, good record-keeping is a sign of a good meeting manager as well. 62. ____________________ So many times we think about what we are going to say and, in the process, block out valid points that other group members may be contributing. Additionally, we often hear only what we want to hear, rather than really listening to other people. Meetings that are characterized by effective listening are successful meetings. 63. ____________________ Many times important issues can get sidetracked in a meeting, especially when everyone has a different opinion about the topic. If you anticipate a conflict prior to the meeting, discuss the issue with participants in advance. If an unanticipated conflict develops once the meeting is in progress, either appoint a subcommittee to look into the problem, or ask participants involved in the conflict to meet with you after the meeting. Doing so will help keep the discussion on track and minimize the chances of wasting participants’ valuable time. 64. ____________________ Some people tend to monopolize meetings, whereas others wait to be asked their opinions. As the leader of the meeting, you need to keep an open mind and make sure everyone feels welcome to contribute and express ideas without criticism. 65. ____________________ If you said the meeting would last no longer than one hour, make sure the meeting lasts for only an hour. Meeting participants tend to plan the rest of their day around the time allotted for the meeting. Running late with a meeting makes members tardy for other appointments, increases the chances that members will mentally leave the meeting, and reduces your credibility as an effective meeting manager.
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第三部分：写作（共两节，满分 40 分） 第一节：短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（∧，并在其下面写上该加的词。 ） 删除：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 注意：1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词。2.只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 除起）不 计分。 例如： It was very nice to get your invitation to spend ∧weekend with you. Luckily I was the am completely free then, so I’ll to say “yes”, I’ll arrive in Bristol at around 8:00 p.m. in Friday on evening. The college examinations are over at last! I felt a little bit uneasy as the result of the examination won't be released until a month late. However, though I have spent a lot of time preparing the exams, I don't lose heart if I fail. I don't think going to the university is the only way to success. Many famous people , like Bill Gates, does not hold a university degree and they are very successful . I believe what I have learned in middle school has prepared me for my work in the future. I can make well use of my knowledge and ability to play an active role in the development of our country. Whatever the result of the examinations will be in the end, I will keep on studying and make me a useful person to society.
第二节：书面表达（满分 30 分） 你班英语课上正在进行名言警句 （quote） 交流活动， 假设你挑选的名言警句是 “Perseverance is what success is built on.” ：请按下列要求用英语写一篇 100-120 个词的短文： １. 介绍名言警句的意义及谈谈你的看法 ２. 举例说明理由 参考词汇：perseverance n. 毅力
6.B【命题立意】考查状语从句。 【解题思路】 句意是只要应试教育继续存在， 家长们就会在海外寻找更好的出路让孩子受教 育。 7.B【命题立意】考查动词词组辨析。 【解题思路】 bring up 抚养 ; bright about 造成、 引起 ; bring in 收获； 赚钱 ; bring out 生产，拿出。 8.D【命题立意】考查动词辨析。 【解题思路】 park sb. 指让人坐下; locate 指找出…的准确位置； provide 和 rest 意思不恰当。 9.D【命题立意】考查带介词的定语从句。 【解题思路】先行词为 product ，故 A、B 排除，代入从句 I hope I will succeed in applying for a patent for my product， 即为自己的 产品申请专利。 10.B【命题立意】考查名词辨析。 【解题思路】 根据语境可判断对话谈论如何让画的水看起来真实。 shadows 指的是投射到物 品上的阴影部分，可数名词，与后面 highlights 画的明亮部分形成对比。Shades 指画的阴影 部分，为不可数名词。Shape 指形状；shelter 指遮蔽物，不合句意。 11.C【命题立意】考查代词辨析。 【解题思路】句意为别人教的东西没有自学那样的效果。故空格处应指 something , that 可 代替不可数名词。 12.C【命题立意】考查非谓语动词用法。 【解题思路】collect 与 car 之间构词被动关系。 13.B【命题立意】考查情态动词虚拟语态用法。 【解题思路】语境指孩子认为自己是成年人了，自己有选择权。父亲答语中用“Ha！，有 ” 揶揄语气，说要是你真是个成年人，你就不会整天看卡通片了。与现在事实虚拟，意味他不
认为她长大了，故 B 正确。A 是命令，一定不能； C 是本不应该做；D 是不可能已发生。 14.A【命题立意】考查动词搭配。 【解题思路】settle on 选定， settle down 定居； settle for 勉强接受； settle up 付清。 15.Ｃ【命题立意】考查特殊疑问词辨析。 【解题思路】根据句意知两人已有三年未见面了。后者想表达“我说不出我有多想再见你。 ” 16.D【命题立意】考查动词时态和非谓语用法。 【解题思路】从句意可知父亲自己不太了解车，因而他不会自己修好宝马车上的刹车，只能 是请人修了，问句用了过去时，故选 had it fixed。 17.C【命题立意】考查表语从句和时间状语从句。
18.A【命题立意】考查副词辨析。 【解题思路】句意为：随着社会的发展，人们生活富裕，就使得他们能购买诸如肉、牛奶等 更有营养的食品。与此同时，人们的饮食中的谷物的消耗就相应下降。 19.B【命题立意】考查动词时态。 【解题思路】从语境可知姐姐在昨天的来信中提到，故用过去时。 20.A【命题立意】考查交际用语。 【解题思路】从答句可知，回答者认为肥皂剧是适合那些无事可干的人。显然，答者是不会 看的。故当前者不愿去散步，并问后者是否看肥皂剧时，后者很吃惊：别开玩笑了，隐含意 思为，我怎么可能会看。
II. 完形 21-25 BBCCA 26—30 BBADA 31-35 ABBBC 36-40 DAACB 本文主要讲述“中国式过马路”的现象、原因， 对交通产生的影响，并提出作者 自己的看法。 21. B 从整篇文章可看出在中国过马路有一定危险性，因而作者要深呼吸，并且 要两指交叉，为自己祈祷， 即 cross one’s fingers 。 22.B 23.C phrase 表示（简洁的）说法。 term 指专业术语，一般指科技、学术方面 的。此句为“中国式过马路”这种说法的定义是……。 24. C “中国式过马路”即“凑够一撮人就过马路”，这样有安全感。 25. A tempting 指有诱惑力的，往往怂恿某人干不正当的事。从整句可知当红 灯还亮时，大家就很想跃跃欲试，冲过马路。 26.B 指红灯，显示一红色人形图。 27.B the worst 最坏的事，此处表示最糟糕会发生什么事？ 28.A 本段主题句，下文讲到中国式过马路的危险性，故用固定搭配 take the risk 冒险。 29.D 如果机动车方向的绿灯亮着，司机就会以为没有人会横穿马路。assuming 指假定，认为（但未能证明） 。 30. A 车在刹车后到停止有一定的制动距离，required 指所需的，规定的。 requested 指请求的；suggested 建议的；allowed 允许(某人拥有或某事发生)的， 意思不恰当。 31. A
32.B 在错误的时间行人穿马路会阻滞车辆的行进。 at 与 direction 搭配不对， place 与 speed 意思不符和语境。 33.B 连锁反应。 34.B 另一方面。上段谈到“中国式过马路”的危害性，此段又为此种过马路方式 辩护。On the other hand 用于比较不同或相对立的事实或想法。 35. C pedestrian crossings 人行横道，-friendly 方便…的。当缺乏方便行人过马 路的人行道时，要遵守交通规则就可能会难些。 36. D 此句解释“中国式过马路”现象产生的一个原因是绿灯亮， 行人照理应该可 以走，但车辆此时右转，就必然开进人群。legally 为合法地，依照法律地。 37. A 此句进一步解释，句意为：行人在（绿灯亮时）该允许走时，却不能走， （因为右转弯的车子阻碍了他们） ，这就导致了“中国式过马路”。 38. A 根据上下文可知， 作者认为开车并非意味有更多权力，车与行人都有路权） （ 但这种权力必定有相应的责任。responsibility 意为责任；possibility 可能性； personality 性格；reality 现实。 39.C 此句中 take matters into one’s hands 意为擅自处理。句意为：行人因自行处 理（即选择“中国式过马路”方式）不合理的道路系统（即绿灯亮，车直行或右转， 无视行人）而受惩罚，这似乎并不公平。 40.B 固定搭配 put a stop to sth. 停止，pedestrian crossings 为人行横道。
41. A 根据文章第一段可以看到人类男性在求爱时会在女孩窗下唱情歌，鸟类和大象也会唱 情歌，因此可以推测出最新的发现肯定是老鼠也会唱情歌即 serenade。 42. B 根据文章第二段可以看出原先大家一直以为雄性老鼠对雌性老鼠发出的声音是本能随 机的，但是 But new research suggests otherwise.。而且新的研究发现老鼠有学习调整自己声 调的能力。A 项内容是正确的，且没有被新研究证明是错误的。C、D 项内容文章未涉及， 同时也不是新研究所证明的错误内容。 43. C 根据文章第二段 This ability, known as vocal learning, is rare in the natural world. It had been thought to be limited to some birds, such as parrots---as well as whales and dolphins.可以 判断这些动物共同的特点是可以学习调整自己的声音。 44. D 文章开始时提到读者熟悉的电影和电视场景是为了引起读者的兴趣，引出动物唱情歌 的话题。 45. A 这是一篇科普性的说明文，其写作目的是为了向读者介绍一项新的研究成果。 46. B 从文章中的第一则新闻可以看到女孩是从《２０世纪最重要的１００个女性》这本书 中获得灵感的。 47. C 根据文章中 The eager student managed to get through the entire second grade without repeating herself, but now she is running out of ideas.这个句子， 可以看出她已经在整个二年级 每天扮演人物不重复了，不过现在点子越来越不够了，找不到足够可供扮演的人物了。 48. D 根据第二则新闻把飞机变成了幼儿园的内容进行判断，可以知道这应该是某一型号的 飞机。 49. B 第三则新闻最后一句说出租车司机的工友认为他应该得到更多酬金，由此可以看出他 们认为那个大奖获得者小气。 50. A 根据文章最后一句 Let’s hope they don’t get a stomach bug from all the insects!可以得出 答案。 51. C 从文章第三段可以看出来菲利宾学习的外国人不仅仅是英语学习者，也有来学习各个 领域的大学和研究生课程的。见句子 there's also been a rapid increase in the number of foreigners applying for graduate and post-graduate courses in all kinds of fields.所以不是所有外
国学生都是来学英语的。 52. B 根据文章第二段第一句话可以看出到菲利宾学习除了价格低廉外另一个好处是当地人 讲话都带着明显的美国口音。 53. D 第四段主要通过 De La Salle 和 Elizaveta Leghkaya 两个例子来说明有很多外国人来菲利 宾学习的现状。 54. B 作者在本文中告诉了读者有很多外国学习者去菲利宾学习的现象，也提到有利和不利 两个方面的因素，但没有发表自己的观点，因此这篇文章的语气是客观的。 55. D 根据文章第二段中的句子 I had enough time to be White Fang, Robinson Crusoe, and Bilbo Baggins and Jeeves.可以看出作者小时候爱看文学作品是可以想象自己成为其中的角 色。 56. B 根据文章第三段第二句话可以看出作者那个时候读书主要是要寻找一些新奇激进的观 点来挑战高年级的同学和水平比他高的同学，因此是为了炫耀自己的独特观点。 57. C 从 文 章 第 四 段 可 以 看 出 作 者 在 大 学 期 间 开 始 读 哲 学 方 面 的 书 籍 ， 由 此 可 推 断 existentialism 应该是一种哲学理论。 58. C 从文章第五段第三句话 There didn't seem to be much in books that would actually get things done.可以看出工作后停止读书是因为读书对工作没有什么用。 59. B 根据文章最后一段第一句以及其余内容可以看出作者现在读书不在乎别人有没有读 过，不在乎是否能成为其中角色，也不刻意去寻书读，而是纯粹为了读书的乐趣而读书。 60. A 本文介绍的是作者自身的读书经历以及自己在不同时期读书的心态，其中最重要的内 容是自己如何在十年不读书后再次开始读书并找到了读书的真正意义。因此应该选项 A 是 比较合适的题目。 61---65 CABFE
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