从下面各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中，选择可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 21. I have many new friends. ____ are all nice to me. A. We A. in A. and A. am
B. You B. on B. but B. is
C. They C. at C. so C. are
D. Them D. for D. or D. be
22. Mary is afraid to go out ____ night. 23. Call a taxi, ________ you will miss the train. 24. There _______ a pen on the floor. Whose is it? 25. – Who broke the window?
--______. A strong wind broke it last night. A. Nobody A. worked
B. Somebody B. works
C. Anybody C. will work
D. Everybody D. has worked
26. Mr. Smith is our English teacher. He ______ in our school since 2002. 27. ---What did you do after school yesterday? ---I ______ basketball with my friends. A. play
C. will play
D. am playing
28. --_____ a robot do such work? --No, it can’t. Only people can. A. Can A. wake --To Hangzhou. A. Where A. comes --It’s hard to say. A. beautiful A. see
B. more beautiful B. saw
C. most beautiful C. will see
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B. May B. waking
C. Must C. to wake
D. Need D. waken
29. It was Saturday yesterday. I asked my mother not________ me up too early. 30. --______ are you going this summer holiday?
B. When B. came
C. How C. will come
D. Why D. has come
31. Peter has gone to the United States, but he ________ back in three days. 32. --Which city is _____, Beijing or Shanghai?
D. the most beautiful D. am seeing
33. I’ll tell Mike the news as soon as I ______ him.
34. Tina______ in a large class last term. There were nearly 50 students next week.
A. put A. what is it
B. puts B. what it is
C. is put C. what was it
D. was put D. what it was
35. My father has bought me a present today, but I don’t know______.
It was late summer August. My father and I, a 10-year-old boy, were rowing on the lake to the other side. It was a small park named Bear Mountain. The overhead provided some relief (缓解) from the heat. The trip was really comfortable and peaceful. Then I stopped rowing, sat back and closed my eyes I heard Dad rowing quietly.
Suddenly I heard a buzzing (嗡嗡声), close to my right ear. I sat there still and looked at my father, with great hopes of his help. ―Don’t move and he’ll not you,‖ said my father and kept rowing. I thought to myself, ―What is he talking about?‖ Then I looked me and saw it. A bee! A large terrible bee! For me, it was more than , although I couldn’t explain why, neither my mother nor my doctors. At that time, I must have looked like a statue (雕塑). However, my father just rowed. ―He’s tired. Once he’s rested enough, he’ll keep on .‖
Was I hearing correctly? Was my father telling me to just let the terrible bee sit on my shoulder? I my head slowly toward the right and saw there he sat. As I watched him, I became more and more interested in his bright yellow and black jacket. The fear was little by little disappearing and I felt more and then flew 跟踪) him and saw him cross the water and head into the forest. I sat back and looked at Dad. ―I you.‖ was all he said. We rowed away without any words on the way.
More than 30 years have passed since that afternoon, but the at that moment has taken root (根) in my heart. In the following years I thought hard about that tired bee. I realized that for the first time in my life I connected to something than myself. I came to believe he was sent to give me a lesson that we are all one. No man is an island. 36. A. cloud 37. A. after 38. A. hit 39. A. at
B. sun B. before B. touch B. around
C. air C. while C. wound C. for
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D. wind D. until D. hurt D. after
40. A. sickness 41. A. going 42. A. raised 43. A. excited 44. A. back 45. A. told 46. A. environment 47. A. wider
B. worry B. doing B. nodded B. relaxed B. out B. showed B. condition B. larger
C. sadness C. working C. turned C. pleased C. down C. warned C. memory C. deeper
D. fear D. leaving D. shook D. satisfied D. away D. tested D. idea D. higher
第三部分 阅读理解（共44分） 六、阅读理解（共26分，每小题2分）
I always say that Chinese New Year is a time for the three Fs：family, friends and fireworks. The first two I don’t have a problem with (naturally)．But the third one is more dangerous sometimes．I’d like to give you some advice about how to protect ourselves against fireworks. ? Never use fire in order to read instructions of the fireworks. Use a
? Do not wear any loose（宽松的）clothing as they can easily catch fire.
? Do not try to set off fireworks from your balcony(阳台) or parking lot. Find out an open
space that is away from dry trees, grass to play in instead.
? Always keep some water nearby. It’s always better to be prepared. If a firework fails to go off,
do not check it out. Instead, stand a few meters away and quickly wet it with water. ? Do not set off firework after drinking.
? If there are people setting off fireworks nearby, be sure to stand far enough. The further away
you are, the better.
48. We should set off fireworks_______________________.
A. on the balcony C. under a tree A. wet it with water
B. in an open apace D. in a parking lot B. set it off again
C. check it out
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49. When a firework fails to go off, you should ________.
D. put it away
50. The best title for this passage is ______.
A. How to Use Fire Safely. C. How to Make Fireworks.
B B. How to Celebrate New Year. D. How to Keep Safe from Fireworks.
Pocket money is surprisingly interesting subject. Is it right to give it to children? Of course, it is. The reasons for giving pocket money are to teach children how to spend wisely, save all the time and understand financial (金融的) realities. A good age to start would be in kindergarten (幼儿园).
Some parents believe children should get pocket money by doing some housework. Others use pocket money as a prize for good behaviour or school work. Yet others think it should be independent of expectations about acting well. In the end, this is a personal decision.
As for restrictions (限制) about what the money is spent on, each family should set its own general rules, but letting children make their own decision is an important part of development. Having their own money gives children added responsibility and a sense of independence.
Top pocket money suggestions:
Pay it on a set day each week or month.
Set up a money box for younger children.
Open a bank account (账户) for older children.
Discuss what you can afford to pay and how they can get more.
Explain how they can save up for things that they want.
51. The writer thinks it is _________ to give children pocket money?
A. polite C. difficult A. 5. B. right D. wrong B. 10. C. 15. D. 18. 52. Which is the best age for children to start having pocket money? 53. According to the passage, which of the following shouldn’t be done? A. Giving children a box to save money. B. Making some rules for children to get more money. C. Encouraging children to save money for future use. D. Letting children get the money whenever they ask for it.
We asked what you wanted to change or improve in 2011 and you answered—some with larger than life plans, others with simple but practical choices. Here are some answers.
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Aisha Khan: I’ll pay the schooling cost for a child whose parents can’t afford it and continue doing so until the child finishes Year 12. I’d like to lead the child through university and get him to agree to do the same for another child once he gets a well-paying job.
Anna Thomas: My 12-year-old son and I are going to write to each other. I am also making a record of all the letters I have ever written and I am creating a history of this family that our grandchildren—both his and mine—can share.
Siti Rahmah: I have not given my parents much money; no jewellery (珠宝) for my mum and no nice shirts for my dad. I know they don’t ask for these things. They only want me to visit them more often, but I don’t have time and money. So, my 2011 resolution (决定) is to make lots of money and to be a great daughter.
Carrie Anne: I will make the effort for more ―me‖ time, spending good time doing things that I like instead of pleasing others.
Kimberly C Sombrito: This year l will live in Z E R O.
Z: Zero regret in life
E: Enjoy life to the fullest
R: Re-invent myself in and out
O: Open my heart to endless possibilities
Ramisa Dhaka: My 2011 New Year resolutions are
1. Help the poor street children by giving my old sweaters to them
2. Make my own bed and prepare my own lunch
3. Help my grandmother look after her garden
54. Who wants be a great daughter in 2011 according to the passage?
A. Rahmah. A. One. B. Anne. B. Two. C. Khan. C. Three. D. Dhaka. D. Four. 55. How many people have talked about helping others here? 56. What does Kimberly C. Sombrito mainly plan to do? A. To encourage himself in life. C. To enjoy life as much as possible.
The sun beat down on Zhang Tingjun as she ran the ―City of Peace‖ marathon (马拉松) in Dili, East Timor, last June. As the 28-year-old came up to the finish line, she felt something rising
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B. To learn some living skills. D. To invent something for himself.
in her throat (喉咙). When she was done, she caught sight of her three running mates and saw that they were also troubled by emotion. It was not because their unpleasant experience was over. For Zhang and her friends, each step they took would help save a life.
It all started in July 2009 when the four young Singaporean women decided to go on an adventure (历险) together. Someone suggested a five-day bicycle race and they jumped at it.
Soon they were talking about the poverty (贫穷) that has troubled East Timor. ―The conversation slowly turned to a common subject—to use adventure as a chance for change,‖ Zhang recalls. They set up The Chain Reaction Project (TCRP), with the goal of using their love for sport and adventure to help the poor.
In addition to their four-hour-a-day training plan, they asked families, friends and workmates for donations (赞助). Their first efforts raised just $78. Then out of the blue, Zhang’s friend, Ivy Singh Lim, donated $15,550. ―Zhang. In all they raised more than $35,000.
The four friends arrived in Dili in August 2009, several days ahead of the start of the race. Needing a place to stay, they took up an offer to camp at HIAM Health, a children saving center.
During their week at the center, the women learned that more than half of Timorese children under five don’t have enough food. They also discovered that the center was trying to get enough money to prove what it could do to help. TCRP came to a decision the money they had raised would go to HAIM Health.
One child at the center rounded Zhang’s heart. Two-year-old Sarah came from a poor family. ―Sometimes the children’s condition is so bad that they cannot grow normally. But Sarah received help early enough and became all right soon,‖ Zhang recalls.
When the TCRP members returned for the 2010 Dili marathon, they were joined by 18 other runners. The group raised $10,000 for HIAM Health, as well as a $21,750 playground donated by Playpoint Singapore. Today HIAM Health plays an important role in poor children’s lives.
TCRP next plans to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, in February 2011. Their goal: to raise at least $30,000 for AIDS children.
―We know a $ 10,000 donation isn’t going to save the world,‖ Zhang says. ―The effort of a group of people will be far greater than the four of us can achieve on our own.‖
57. Which of the following is the four women’s first adventure?
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A. The five-day bicycle race. . C. The camping during night. A. The poor in East Timor. C. Children who need food. A. $10,000. C. $31,750. B. The ―City of Peace‖ marathon. D. The climbing of Kilimanjaro. B. Friends and workmates. D. Children who are badly ill. B. $15,550. D. $35,000. 58. Who did the TCRP members want to help at the beginning? 59. How much did the TCRP raise in the 2010 Dili marathon for HAIM Health? 60. The underlined sentence means that ______. A. the more people believe what we are doing, the more money we can raise B. to make people believe what we are doing is harder than to raise money C. our next goal is to make much more people believe what we are doing now D. it is more important to make ourselves understood than to raise money
Once our teacher was teaching a new lesson. experience. Our teacher said, ―Let's pick a student to become the movie star and read the story.‖
Suddenly, she said, "You!" Everybody looked around. I looked behind me, but then she looked right at me and said, ―You!. They’re fashionable--just like the movie star’s, so come in front of everybody and read. ‖
She wanted me to be the movie star who got the National Acting Award! Then I started to read aloud, ―I've just won the National Acting Award! Now I'm famous!
But when I wanted to continue to read, the teacher stopped me. She said, ―When you read, you should read emotionally!‖ I wanted to read well, but I didn't know how to. I just tried to finish the paragraph. Then she picked another student to continue to read.
book was good for practicing English because we got more chances to speak.
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Laptop computers (笔记本电脑) are popular all over the world. People use them on trains and planes, in airports and hotels. These laptops connect people to their workplace. In the United States today, laptops also connect students to their classrooms. Westlake College in Virginia is the 10th school across the country to join IBM ThinkPad University. ThinkPad University is a laptop computer program that allows students to do schoolwork anywhere they want.
Beginning this fall, Westlake College will give laptop computers to each new student. Within five years, each of the other 1,500 students at the college will receive a laptop, too. The laptops are part of a $ 10 million computer program at Westlake, a 110-year-old college. The students with laptops can surf to the Internet. In addition, they will be able to use e-mail to ―speak‖ with their teachers, their classmates and their families. However, the most important part of the laptop program is that students will be able to use computers without going to computer labs. They can work with it at home, in a fast-food restaurant or under the trees—anywhere at all!
IBM started its ThinkPad program three years ago. The computer company hopes to double the number of schools using laptops to 20 in the near future. Because of many changes in computer technology, laptop use in higher education, such as colleges and universities, is workable. As laptops become more popular, they become more similar to desktop computers. In addition, the laptops can connect students to not only the Internet, but also libraries and other resources. State higher education officials are studying how laptops can help students. State officials also are testing laptop programs at other universities, too.
At Westlake College, more than 60% of the teachers use computers. The laptops will allow all teachers to use computers in their lessons. As one Westlake teacher said, ―Here we are in the middle of Virginia and we’re giving students a window. They can see everything all over the world.
65. Are laptop computers popular all over the world?
66. Is Westlake College the 10th or the 20th school to join IBM ThinkPad University?
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67. When did IBM start its ThinkPad program?
68. What has made laptop use at college workable?
69. What can laptops help students do easily, according to the passage?
We are going to have a party tomorrow. ____________________ to come?
He is ________________________________join the army.
_____________________________________until the rain stops.
You should try to __________________________________playing computer games.
I have two ways of learning English. One is reading aloud 十、文段表达 (15分)
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I have read your letter. _____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ Yours truly,
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21. C 22. C 23.D 24. B 25. A
31. C 32. B 33. A 34. D 35. B 26. D 27.B 28. A 29.C 30. A
36. A 37. C 38. D 39. B 40. D 41. A 42. C 43. B 44. D 45. A 46. C 47. B
（A）48. B 49. A 50. D
（B）51. B 52. A 53. D
（C）54. A 55. B 56. C
（D）57. A 58. A 59. C 60.D
61. C 62. D 63. A 64. E
65. Yes. / Yes, they are.
66. The 10th school.
67. Three / 3 years ago.
68. Many changes in computer technology.
69. Do their schoolwork, search for information and connect with the world.
70. Would you like
71. too young to/ so young that he can’t
72. Don’t leave
73. stop yourself from
74. the other is keeping reading as much as possible
One possible version:
75. Dear Betty,
I have read your letter. I can understand your feeling and I’m worried about your health and your study. Here are some suggestions for you.
First, hamburgers, ice creams and potato chips are bad for your health, so you had better give up the thought that you want to eat them at school. Second, try to eat as much school lunch as
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possible in order to have enough energy. Try your best and everything will be all right soon. Finally, if there is really something wrong with the school lunch, you can talk to your teachers and help improve it. It’s not only for yourself, but also for the whole school.
40.根据文意可知作者很害怕：more than fear.
41.keep on going:当它休息够了就会继续飞的.
42.我慢慢转过头，turned my head.
43.由 The fear was little by little disappearing可知我感到放松了，relaxed.
47.比自己更大的，larger,由结尾句 No man is an island. 也可进行判断.
48. Find out an open space that is away from dry trees, grass to play in instead.
49. If a firework fails to go off, do not check it out. Instead, stand a few meters away and quickly wet it with water.
51.首段：Is it right to give it to children? Of course, it is.
52.A good age to start would be in kindergarten (幼儿园).
54. So, my 2011 resolution (决定) is to make lots of money and to be a great daughter.
55. Aisha Khan和Ramisa Dhaka.
56. Enjoy life to the fullest,由fullest可以看出.
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57.第二段：Someone suggested a five-day bicycle race and they jumped at it.
58.第三段：Soon they were talking about the poverty (贫穷) that has troubled East Timor.
59.倒数第三段The group raised 10,000forHIAMHealth,aswellasa21,750 playground donated by Play point Singapore.
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