江苏省海安高级中学2007年第二次模拟考试

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江苏省海安高级中学2007年第二次模拟考试

英语试卷

第一卷(三部分,共 115分)

第一部分:听力(共两节,满分30分)

第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)

听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。

1. What is the woman going to do?

A. Buy a gift for the man.

B. Attend a birthday party.

C. Choose shoes for herself.

2. What is the price of the chair?

A. $15. B. $50. C. $65.

3. Where .was the woman waiting for the man?

A. On the train.

B. On the platform.

C. At the information desk.

4. How does the man prefer to go to work?

A. By car. B. By bus. C. On foot.

5. Why must the man go to the bank?

A. He wants to save some money.

B. He needs some money for business.

C. He has to get traveller's cheques there.

第二节(共15小题海小题1.5分,满分22.5分)

听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。

听下面一段材料,回答第6-7题。

6. Why does the man have to ask the way?

A. He is new in the city.

B. He feels sick at the moment. '

C. He has a poor sense of direction.

7. What do we know about the woman?

A. She moves about in the city a lot.

B. She knows nothing about the city.

C. She has been in the city for a year.

听下面一段材料,回答第8-10题。

8. Where does this conversation take place?

A. At a travel service.

B. At a large hotel.

C. At a railway station.

9. What will the woman have enough time to do on the evening of the fifth?

A. See the sights of New York.

B. Attend a theatre performance.

C. Shop for what she needs on the train.

10. When will the woman go on a journey to Chicago?

A. On the morning of the 3rd.

B. On the evening of the 3rd.

C. On the evening of the 5th.

听下面一段材料,回答第11-13题。

11. What season is it now?

A. It is spring. B. It is autumn. C. It is winter.

12. What do we know about the woman?

A. She likes sports.

B. She hates cold weather.

C. She never does housework.

13. What is the weather like now?

A. It is cloudy. B. It is sunny. C. It is snowy.

听下面一段材料,回答第14-16题。

14. What is the relationship between the two speakers?

A. Father and daughter.

B. Master and servant.

C. Husband and wife.

15. When does this conversation take place?

A. In the morning. B. In the afternoon. C. In the evening.

16. What does the woman think of her life?

A. It is hard and eventful.

B. It is boring and dull.

C. It is busy and colourful.

听下面一段材料,回答第17-20题。

17. Where does the speaker's voice come from?

A. A cinema. B. A car park. C. An answerphone.

18. When will the Italian film be on next week?

A. From Monday to Thursday.

B. From Monday to Friday.

C. From Monday to Sunday.

19. When will a student probably go to the cinema if he wants the cheaper ticket?

A. On Monday. B. On Wednesday. C. On Friday.

20. What can we learn from the talk?

A. A student ticket is half the price.

B. The cinema has a car park of its own.

C. Further information can be gained about the film.

第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节, 满分45分)

第一节:单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

21. --I feel so tired that I can't work any longer.

-- ____, you didn't do that much!

A. Excuse me B. Come on C. Of course D. Never mind

22. --Have you seen ____Audi car I parked here?

--Is it ____black one? A young man has driven it away.

A. an; the B. the; the C. 不填; a D. the; a

23. Young people may grow quickly in some ways and more slowly in _____.

A. the other B. some other C. others D. the others

24. The time is not far away modern communications will become widespread in China’s vast countryside.

A.as B.until C.before D.when

25. The sports meet, originally to be held last Saturday, was finally ____ because of the bad weather.

A. called off B. worn off C. set off D. broken off

26. -- It was a good game, and you came close to winning!

-- Well, you know, anything ____ happen when you play chess.

A. could B. should C. would D. must

27. After five hours' drive, they got to ____ they thought was the place they had been dreaming of.

A. where B. that C. which D. what

28. The population of many Chinese cities has _____ doubled in the past 30 years.

A. larger than B. more than C. as great as D. quite a bit

29. I don’t think we should _____ any more time to this experiment.

A. waste B. spare C. spend D. devote

30. Gerry is a very likable 75-year-o1d, who enjoys nothing more than ____ to old rock music.

A. dance B. to dance C. dancing D. dances

31. The town was so quickly covered with volcanic ashes that the people hardly knew what ____ to them as they headed for safe places.

A. was happening B. happened C. has happened D. were to happen

32. Not until ____himself seriously ill.

A. had he completed the task did he find B. completed the task had he found

C. he had completed the task did he find D. did he complete the task he had found

33. Listening is not ____ a simple thing as it appeared to be.

A. so B. to C. as D. such

34. He thought he had already heard his flight ____, so he walked to Gate 19 and started to board the plane.

A. announced B. to be announced C. having announced D. announcing

35. --- I wonder how long you ____ in Hawaii.

--- Just for the weekend, then I had to attend a conference in Los Angles.

A. will stay B. stayed C. have stayed D. were staying

第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

My older brother Steve, in the 36 of my father who died when I was six, gave me important lessons in 37 that helped me grow into an adult. For example, Steve taught me to face the 38 of my behavior. Once when I returned in 39 from a Saturday baseball game, it was Steve who 40 the time to ask me what happened. When I 41 that my baseball had flown through Mrs. Holt's basement window, 42 the glass with a crash, Steve encouraged me to apologize to her. 43 , I should not have played in the path between buildings. 44 my knees shocked as I explained, I offered to pay for the window if she 45 return my ball.

I also learned from Steve that 46 property is a sacred (神圣的) thing. After I found a silver pen in my fifth-grade classroom, I wanted to 47 it, but Steve explained that it might be important to 48 in spite of the fact that it had little value. He reminded me of 49 I'd hate to lose the small dog my father gave me to someone else. I returned the pen to my teacher, Mrs. David.

Yet of all the 50 Steve gave me, his respect for 51 is the most vivid in my mind. When I was twelve I killed an old brown sparrow(麻雀) in the yard with a BB gun. 52 with my accuracy(精确), I screamed to Steve to come from the house to have a look. I shall never forget the 53 he stood for a long moment and stared at the bird, “Did it 54 you first, Mark?” he asked. I didn't know what to answer. I really felt terrible then, but that moment 55 as the most important lesson my brother taught me.

36. A. presence B. absence C. charge D. respect

37. A. honesty B. truth C. values D. memories

38. A. reasons B. realities C. advantages D. results

39. A. joy B. tears C. surprise D. smiles

40. A. took B. spent C. paid D. got

41. A. insisted B. added C. told D. explained

42. A. broke B. to break C. having break D. breaking

43. A. Above all B. In all C. First of all D. After all

44. A. Because B. Although C. But D. As

45. A. should B. would C. might D. must

46. A. personal B. public C. whole D. valuable

47. A. save B. keep C. pick D. return

48. A. no one else B. everyone else C. someone else D. anyone else

49. A. why B. when C. how D. what

50. A. information B. explanation C. opinions D. instructions

51. A. life B. people C. family D. things

52. A. Proud B. Encouraged C. Relaxed D. Excited

53. A. way B. time C. place D. scene

54. A. affect B. interrupt C. hurt D. fight

55. A. stands out B. reaches out C. turns out D. holds out

第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)

A

\使混淆) phrase. It is almost impossible for one person to be \阶段) of a child's life. Some parents are at their best before their children begin to speak. Others are most successful before their children enter elementary school. Still others make their finest contribution to older children or teenagers. Every parent can understand one stage of a child's development better than another. It is a rare(难得的) person who possesses superior capacities(能力) throughout the entire period of a child's growth.

A mother might be \笨拙的) and uncomfortable with a younger child, but could turn into an excellent parent when the child is old enough to be taught the skills of cycling, fishing and so on, or to be taken on trips. Some parents feel easier with boys, and others with girls -- and then only at certain ages or stages.

It is important for parents to understand and accept their own limitations in these matters, just as they must accept the child' s faults of personality and limitations of talent(才能). Otherwise, fathers and mothers will feel guilty(内疚的) and blame themselves for weaknesses that may not be their faults. Much of the guilt experienced by modern parents comes from the mistaken feeling that they ought to be all things at all times to the child, which is clearly mistaken. In past ages, grandparents and uncles and aunts lived with the family, and provided different kinds of support; in our present \实现,完成).

56. Confusing arises(出现) about what it means to be \

A. it is normal to be a successful parent during most of a child's development

B. most parents are only good at helping older children or teenagers

C. parents are usually at their best before their children go to school

D. parents do not realize they cannot perform equally well through a child's growth

57. If we consider the relative values of mothers and fathers, it is clear that ________.

A. either parent may be effective with children at some stage

B. only fathers can teach cycling, fishing and so on

C. only mothers can succeed with very small children

D. parents are better with children of their own sex

58. Parents would feel guilty if _________.

A. their children can’t accept their own limitations of talent

B. they don't know their limitation in raising children

C. their grandfathers and uncles and aunts don't live with them

D. they realize their weaknesses in raising children

59. Parents of nuclear families sometimes feel at a loss because __________.

A. they believe that such a family prevents the healthy growth of a child's personality and talent

B. they dislike the support that other family members give to their children

C. they do not always have the help of other family members in child-raising

D. they no longer regard grandparents, uncles and aunts as good educators of their children

B

Nearly everyone was very much against motor cars when they first appeared. So the government found a very clever way to try and drive them off the roads.

Back in 1861, a previous government had passed a law about the heavy steam vehicles(车辆) which were beginning to crawl about the roads of Britain. This law said that no vehicle should go more than 10 miles an hour in the country and 5 miles an hour in town. Four years later these speed limits were reduced to 4 and 2 m.p.h, and a man with a red flag had to walk in front to warn people of the danger.

This law applied to(适用于) ordinary cars, too, and the police started to arrest(逮捕) drivers who broke the speed limit and didn't have a man with a red flag. Of course, it made the idea of motor cars seem quite ridiculous(荒谬). But this stupid law was stopped in 1878 and the speed limit was raised to the frightening speed of 14 m.p.h, in 1896. A special race was held from London to Brighton to celebrate this victory for the motor car industry. The London-Brighton Veteran Car Run is still held every November to mark this event. Only cars made before 1905 may take part. In the first rally there were no more than 33 entrants, and only 22 of them finished the course. Nowadays, so many old cars apply to go on the run that the organizers have had to restrict (限制)the entry.

Early motorists had to carry their own spare parts and do their own repairs. If they had a real breakdown, the only chance of getting anywhere was to borrow a horse and hitch it to the front of the car!

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江苏省海安高级中学2007年第二次模拟考试

英语试卷

第一卷(三部分,共

115分) 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分30分) 第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分) 听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选 项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下 一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What is the woman going to do? A. Buy a gift for the man. B. Attend a birthday party. C. Choose shoes for herself. 2. What is the price of the chair? A. $15. B. $50. C. $65. 3. Where .was the woman waiting for the man? A. On the train. B. On the platform. C. At the information desk. 4. How does the man prefer to go to work? A. By car. B. By bus. C. On foot. 5. Why must the man go to the bank? A. He wants to save some money. B. He needs some money for business. C. He has to get traveller's cheques there. 第二节(共15小题海小题1.5分,满分22.5分) 听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中 选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每 小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听下面一段材料,回答第6-7题。 6. Why does the man have to ask the way? A. He is new in the city. B. He feels sick at the moment. ' C. He has a poor sense of direction. 7. What do we know about the woman? A. She moves about in the city a lot. B. She knows nothing about the city. C. She has been in the city for a year. 听下面一段材料,回答第8-10题。 8. Where does this conversation take place? A. At a travel service. B. At a large hotel.

C. At a railway station. 9. What will the woman have enough time to do on the evening of the fifth? A. See the sights of New York. B. Attend a theatre performance. C. Shop for what she needs on the train. 10. When will the woman go on a journey to Chicago? A. On the morning of the 3rd. B. On the evening of the 3rd. C. On the evening of the 5th. 听下面一段材料,回答第11-13题。 11. What season is it now? A. It is spring. B. It is autumn. C. It is winter. 12. What do we know about the woman? A. She likes sports. B. She hates cold weather. C. She never does housework. 13. What is the weather like now? A. It is cloudy. B. It is sunny. C. It is snowy. 听下面一段材料,回答第14-16题。 14. What is the relationship between the two speakers? A. Father and daughter. B. Master and servant. C. Husband and wife. 15. When does this conversation take place? A. In the morning. B. In the afternoon. C. In the evening. 16. What does the woman think of her life? A. It is hard and eventful. B. It is boring and dull. C. It is busy and colourful. 听下面一段材料,回答第17-20题。 17. Where does the speaker's voice come from? A. A cinema. B. A car park. C. An answerphone. 18. When will the Italian film be on next week? A. From Monday to Thursday. B. From Monday to Friday. C. From Monday to Sunday. 19. When will a student probably go to the cinema if he wants the cheaper ticket? A. On Monday. B. On Wednesday. C. On Friday. 20. What can we learn from the talk? A. A student ticket is half the price. B. The cinema has a car park of its own. C. Further information can be gained about the film. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节, 满分45分)

第一节:单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分) 21. --I feel so tired that I can't work any longer. -- ____, you didn't do that much! A. Excuse me B. Come on C. Of course D. Never mind 22. --Have you seen ____Audi car I parked here? --Is it ____black one? A young man has driven it away. A. an; the B. the; the C. 不填; a D. the; a 23. Young people may grow quickly in some ways and more slowly in _____. A. the other B. some other C. others D. the others 24. The time is not far away modern communications will become widespread in China’s vast countryside. A.as B.until C.before D.when 25. The sports meet, originally to be held last Saturday, was finally ____ because of the bad weather. A. called off B. worn off C. set off D. broken off 26. -- It was a good game, and you came close to winning! -- Well, you know, anything ____ happen when you play chess. A. could B. should C. would D. must 27. After five hours' drive, they got to ____ they thought was the place they had been dreaming of. A. where B. that C. which D. what 28. The population of many Chinese cities has _____ doubled in the past 30 years. A. larger than B. more than C. as great as D. quite a bit 29. I don’t think we should _____ any more time to this experiment. A. waste B. spare C. spend D. devote 30. Gerry is a very likable 75-year-o1d, who enjoys nothing more than ____ to old rock music. A. dance B. to dance C. dancing D. dances 31. The town was so quickly covered with volcanic ashes that the people hardly knew what ____ to them as they headed for safe places. A. was happening B. happened C. has happened D. were to happen 32. Not until ____himself seriously ill. A. had he completed the task did he find B. completed the task had he found C. he had completed the task did he find D. did he complete the task he had found 33. Listening is not ____ a simple thing as it appeared to be. A. so B. to C. as D. such 34. He thought he had already heard his flight ____, so he walked to Gate 19 and started to board the plane. A. announced B. to be announced C. having announced D. announcing 35. --- I wonder how long you ____ in Hawaii. --- Just for the weekend, then I had to attend a conference in Los Angles.

A. will stay B. stayed C. have stayed D. were staying 第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分) My older brother Steve, in the 36 of my father who died when I was six, gave me important lessons in 37 that helped me grow into an adult. For example, Steve taught me to face the 38 of my behavior. Once when I returned in 39 from a Saturday baseball game, it was Steve who 40 the time to ask me what happened. When I 41 that my baseball had flown through Mrs. Holt's basement window, 42 the glass with a crash, Steve encouraged me to apologize to her. 43 , I should not have played in the path between buildings. 44 my knees shocked as I explained, I offered to pay for the window if she 45 return my ball. I also learned from Steve that 46 property is a sacred ( 神 圣 的 ) thing. After I found a silver pen in my fifth-grade classroom, I wanted to 47 it, but Steve explained that it might be important to 48 in spite of the fact that it had little value. He reminded me of 49 I'd hate to lose the small dog my father gave me to someone else. I returned the pen to my teacher, Mrs. David. Yet of all the 50 Steve gave me, his respect for 51 is the most vivid in my mind. When I was twelve I killed an old brown sparrow( 麻雀 ) in the yard with a BB gun. 52 with my accuracy(精确), I screamed to Steve to come from the house to have a look. I shall never forget the 53 he stood for a long moment and stared at the bird, “Did it 54 you first, Mark?” he asked. I didn't know what to answer. I really felt terrible then, but that moment 55 as the most important lesson my brother taught me. 36. A. presence B. absence C. charge D. respect 37. A. honesty B. truth C. values D. memories 38. A. reasons B. realities C. advantages D. results 39. A. joy B. tears C. surprise D. smiles 40. A. took B. spent C. paid D. got 41. A. insisted B. added C. told D. explained 42. A. broke B. to break C. having break D. breaking 43. A. Above all B. In all C. First of all D. After all 44. A. Because B. Although C. But D. As 45. A. should B. would C. might D. must 46. A. personal B. public C. whole D. valuable 47. A. save B. keep C. pick D. return 48. A. no one else B. everyone else C. someone else D. anyone else 49. A. why B. when C. how D. what 50. A. information B. explanation C. opinions D. instructions 51. A. life B. people C. family D. things 52. A. Proud B. Encouraged C. Relaxed D. Excited

53. A. way B. time C. place D. scene 54. A. affect B. interrupt C. hurt D. fight 55. A. stands out B. reaches out C. turns out D. holds out 第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分) A "A good parent" can be a confusing(使混淆) phrase. It is almost impossible for one person to be "a good parent" at all stages( 阶 段 ) of a child's life. Some parents are at their best before their children begin to speak. Others are most successful before their children enter elementary school. Still others make their finest contribution to older children or teenagers. Every parent can understand one stage of a child's development better than another. It is a rare( 难 得 的 ) person who possesses superior capacities( 能力 ) throughout the entire period of a child's growth. A mother might be "a good parent" from her baby's birth until it is three; that is the period when it needs her protection and loving care. Then the start of her child's independence might upset and alarm her, and she might then become less helpful for a few years. A father might be awkward( 笨拙的 ) and uncomfortable with a younger child, but could turn into an excellent parent when the child is old enough to be taught the skills of cycling, fishing and so on, or to be taken on trips. Some parents feel easier with boys, and others with girls -- and then only at certain ages or stages. It is important for parents to understand and accept their own limitations in these matters, just as they must accept the child' s faults of personality and limitations of talent( 才能 ). Otherwise, fathers and mothers will feel guilty( 内疚 的 ) and blame themselves for weaknesses that may not be their faults. Much of the guilt experienced by modern parents comes from the mistaken feeling that they ought to be all things at all times to the child, which is clearly mistaken. In past ages, grandparents and uncles and aunts lived with the family, and provided different kinds of support; in our present "nuclear" family, too many roles are demanded of the two parents, which they cannot possibly fulfill(实现,完成). 56. Confusing arises( 出 现 ) about what it means to be "a good parent" because _________. A. it is normal to be a successful parent during most of a child's development B. most parents are only good at helping older children or teenagers C. parents are usually at their best before their children go to school D. parents do not realize they cannot perform equally well through a child's growth 57. If we consider the relative values of mothers and fathers, it is clear that ________. A. either parent may be effective with children at some stage B. only fathers can teach cycling, fishing and so on C. only mothers can succeed with very small children

D. parents are better with children of their own sex 58. Parents would feel guilty if _________. A. their children can’t accept their own limitations of talent B. they don't know their limitation in raising children C. their grandfathers and uncles and aunts don't live with them D. they realize their weaknesses in raising children 59. Parents of nuclear families sometimes feel at a loss because __________. A. they believe that such a family prevents the healthy growth of a child's personality and talent B. they dislike the support that other family members give to their children C. they do not always have the help of other family members in child-raising D. they no longer regard grandparents, uncles and aunts as good educators of their children B Nearly everyone was very much against motor cars when they first appeared. So the government found a very clever way to try and drive them off the roads. Back in 1861, a previous government had passed a law about the heavy steam vehicles( 车辆 ) which were beginning to crawl about the roads of Britain. This law said that no vehicle should go more than 10 miles an hour in the country and 5 miles an hour in town. Four years later these speed limits were reduced to 4 and 2 m.p.h, and a man with a red flag had to walk in front to warn people of the danger. This law applied to( 适 用 于 ) ordinary cars, too, and the police started to arrest( 逮捕 ) drivers who broke the speed limit and didn't have a man with a red flag. Of course, it made the idea of motor cars seem quite ridiculous( 荒谬 ). But this stupid law was stopped in 1878 and the speed limit was raised to the frightening speed of 14 m.p.h, in 1896. A special race was held from London to Brighton to celebrate this victory for the motor car industry. The London-Brighton Veteran Car Run is still held every November to mark this event. Only cars made before 1905 may take part. In the first rally there were no more than 33 entrants, and only 22 of them finished the course. Nowadays, so many old cars apply to go on the run that the organizers have had to restrict (限制)the entry. Early motorists had to carry their own spare parts and do their own repairs. If they had a real breakdown, the only chance of getting anywhere was to borrow a horse and hitch it to the front of the car! 60. What do the first two paragraphs mainly tell us? A. The heavy steam vehicles appeared as early as 1861. B. The British government tried to get rid of motor cars. C. No one liked motor cars when they first appeared. D. The first car drivers pay little attention to the speed limits. 61. What does the underlined “it” in the third paragraph refer to? A. The government. B. The speed limit. C. A red flag. D. The law. 62. According to the passage, which of the following is Not true?

A. The cars were allowed to run faster in 1861 than they were in 1865. B. Motor cars were not popular when they first appeared. C. The stupid law was stopped in 1878 and a special race was held to celebrate it D. The London-Brighton Veteran Car Run has become more popular. 63. If the car had a very serious mechanical problem on the road, most probably the early motorists would ____. A. abandon(放弃) their cars B. find some friends to help C. repair the car with spare parts D. use an animal to finish their journey C New Annotated Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle Price: £28. 00 Publication Date: 30/11/2004 Publisher's description Collects Doyle's fifty-six classic short stories, arranged in the order in which they appeared in late nineteenth and early twentieth-century book editions, in a set complemented ( 补充 ) by four novels, editor biographies ( 传记 ) of Doyle, Holmes, and Watson as well as literary and cultural details about Victorian society. Breaking Ground by Daniel Libeskind Price: £16.00 Publication Date: 11/10/2004 Brief introduction This is a book about the adventure life that can offer each of us if we seize it, and about the powerful forces of tragedy ( 悲剧 ), memory and hope. For Daniel Libeskind, life's adventure has been through architecture, which he has found has the power to reshape human experience. Although often relating to the past, his buildings are about the future. This memoir ( 自 传 ) of one man's journey brings together history, personal experience, our physical environment and a fresh international vision. In the Shadow of No Towers by Art Spiegelman Price:£16.00 Publication Date: 02/09/2004 Brief introduction On 11th September 2001, Art Spiegelman raced to the World Trade Center, not knowing if his daughter Nadja was alive or dead. Once she was found safe -- in her school at the foot of the burning towers — he returned home, to meditate ( 反省 ) on the trauma (创伤), and to work on a comic strip (连环漫画). In the Shadow of No Towers is New Yorker Art Spiegelman's extraordinary account of "the hijacking" on 9.11 and the following hijacking of those events' by America. Light on Snow by Anita Shreve

Price: £14.00 Publication Date. 07/10/2004 Publisher's description This is the 11th novel by Anita Shreve, the critically accepted bestseller. A moving story of love and courage and tragedy and of the ways in which the human heart always seeks to heal (治愈) itself. 64. Who is the writer of the book latest published among the four books? A. Arthur Conan Doyle. B. Daniel Libeskind. C. Art Spiegelman. D. Anita Shreve. 65. If one would like to know something about cultural details about Victorian society, he or she may read ________. A. Light on Snow B. In the Shadow of No Towers C. Breaking Ground D. New Annotated Sherlock Holmes 66. Of the four books listed above, there are two referring to tragedies. They are _________. A. Light on Snow & Breaking Ground B. In the Shadow of No Towers & Breaking Ground C. Light on Snow & In the Shadow of No Towers D. New Annotated Sherlock Holmes & In the Shadow of No Towers D New York ---- Parents putting forward business plans saved three beloved Catholic schools in Queens and Brooklyn that had been targeted for closure. “It feels like we have had new life given to us,” said Anne Pagano, a parent at St. Finbar School in Bath Beach, who served on a committee of parents that came up with the business plans. The DB, the Diocese( 教 区 ) of Brooklyn, in February had targeted the school and 25 others in Brooklyn and Queens to be closed or merged( 合 并 ) because of declining attendance and rising operating costs. Nine schools, including St. Finbar, were scheduled to close forever. The DB yesterday said it had accepted the business plans. The schools would remain open for at least three to five years. One of the DB's requirements is that each of the three schools must form a committee to take charge of school finances and management. The business plans outline ways -- including increasing attendance - that each of the schools could work toward becoming financially independent from the DB. To save St. Finbar, the school intends to have 42 new students over the next five years. Pagano and other parents have visited neighborhood families and created an after-school program that could persuade working parents to sign up their kids for Catholic schools. The weeks leading up to yesterday's decision were tough on all members of the neighborhood, especially the children who faced having to start anew at different schools. “I thought it was like a family that was going to move, so it was really

bad,” said Brianne Ratka, 9, a fourth-grader at St. Finbar. But when the news came that St. Finbar's doors would remain open, students in the school hugged, shouted and high-fived each other. “This is going to be the best Christmas ever,” Brianne said. From Newsday December 15, 2004 67. What is the main idea of the story? A. Some schools are to be closed by the DB. B. Parents suggested plans to keep schools from being closed. C. Schools should increase attendance to remain open. D. A committee should take charge of school finance and management. 68. How did the students feel at the news that St. Finbar will stay open? A. Tough. B. Bad. C. Delighted. D. Surprised. 69. How long did it take to reach a decision about the Catholic schools? A. Several weeks. B. The whole Christmas holiday. C. Three to five years. D. All day yesterday. 70. According to the passage, what about the Catholic schools is NOT true? A. It's common for working people to send their children to Catholic schools. B. The number of the students attending Catholic schools is reducing. C. Catholic schools are not financially independent from the DB. D. It has not been decided whether these Catholic schools will stay open forever. E One day I switched on the evening news just in time to see a Pennsylvanian politician waving around a gun, warning reporters to back off so they wouldn't get hurt, then sticking the gun in his mouth and ... Fortunately, the station I was watching didn't show him shooting. But what I saw was enough to make me ill. My stomach was in a knot, and I couldn't get the incident out of my mind. I still can't, even though three years have gone by. I have a special reason for such a reaction. I write, produce, and direct horror movies. I have made a lot of movies presenting murder and violent disorder. I can watch these kinds of movies when they have been made by other people, and I can even help create the bloody effects in my own movies without getting a knot in my stomach. Yet I still feel shocked and saddened when something like this happens in real life. So there must be a difference between real violence and “reel violence”. And if I didn't feel that this is true, I'd stopped making movies. My movies are fearful and puzzling, but they are also advisory( 劝 告 的 ) tales. They might show wicked people at work, doing frightening things or carrying out evil things, but in doing so, they can give a message of warning. They might show people under extreme control, but in doing so, they teach people how the threat( 威 胁 ) can be dealt with, and how blind fear can be challenged and got over. My purpose hasn't been to admire or encourage murder, but to give horror fans the chills( 寒战 ) and excitements that they are crazy about.

71. What did the author happen to see from the evening news on TV? A. A gentleman was just about to kill himself. B. An uneditored tragedy happening in Pennsylvania. C. A politician waving his hands to greet the reporters. D. A policeman shooting somebody. 72. Which of the following is the author's reaction to the news? A. He felt chilled. B. He was badly disturbed. C. He could hardly believe it. D. He felt guilty of his past experience. 73. The underlined words “reel violence” in the 3rd paragraph refer to ____. A. violence rarely happening in real life B. violence shown on the screen C. violence made up in a story D. violence shown by public media (媒 体) 74. The author of the passage believes that ____. A. movie violence contributes much to real violence B. murderers can be discouraged by horror films C. many film fans are crazy about bloodshed and death D. horror films can educate as well as entertain (娱乐) people 75. What is the text mainly about? A. There is too much violence on TV. B. Violence on TV can sometimes happen in real life. C. Violence on the screen has positive (积极的,肯定的) effects in some way. D. Movie violence has a great effect on everybody.

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第四部分:写作(共两节,满分35分)

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第一节 短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) I day much away. I My was them. didn't at talk High can most anyone else about avoided what happened the on older my first boys as go at to 76._____________ Xihua as I enjoying School . I and of ( 避 开 ) the but 77._____________ hoped my were that lessons, problem I worked enough would hard 78._____________ 79._____________ classmates friend

me. However, trouble, gate. There the mine, face. was top of and a and no my he week they escape shirt had 81._____________

80._____________ earlier, were now tightly an the older for the his boys me were near boy, ready the who for more

waiting from with ugly,

school’s was held into his

82._____________ tallest

83._____________ hand . Her eyes drilled on 84._____________ frightened expression 85._____________

第二节 书面表达(满分25分) 某英语报社开展以“ Parents and Children”为题的“看图作文”征文活动,要求根据以 下三幅图用英语写一篇作文,文章内容应包括:①4月9日发生在李华家的事情;②你个人的感 受。请你写一篇向报社投稿的征文。 注意: 1.词数100左右,征文题目已给出,不计入总数; 2.短文要求观点明确,结构合理,紧凑连贯。

听力: 【KEY】 1-20 ACCAB ACABC CBACA BCABC 单项选择: 21-35 BDCDA ADBDC ACDAB 完形填空: 36—40 BCDBA DDDBB ABCCD ADACA 阅读理解: 56-75 DADC BDCD ADA BCAA AABDC 短文改错: 76. 在talk后加to或将talk改为tell 77. 正确 78. can改成could 79. but改成and 80. friend改成friendly 81. earlier改成later 82. school’s改成school 83. 去掉who后的was或held改成holding 84. Her改成His 85. frightened改成frightening 书面表达: One possible version: On the evening of April 9th, Lihua was watching TV while his mother was busy preparing for dinner in the kitchen. How attentive he was watching the TV program when the telephone rang. It was from a friend of his mother's, who wanted to say

HAPPY BIRTHDAY to his mother. "Today is my mother's birthday?" Lihua was a little puzzled. "How come that I have forgotten all about it?" Lihua thought to himself, feeling ashamed. At the story, I got deeply shocked. It is not easy for parents to bring us up. They give us lots of love and care, while we don't care for them enough. Now it's never too late to realize this and show our love and care for them. (119 words) 听力原文: (Text 1) W: I wish you'd come shopping with me this Saturday. M: OK. Why do you want me to go shopping? W: Well, it' s difficult to buy a new pair of shoes for your birthday without your feet being present. (Text 2) M: I thought that the chair cost 50 dollars. W: It used tog but the price has gone up 15 dollars. M: Well, that's more than I can afford, I' m afraid. (Text 3 ) M- Where have you been all this time? The train is about to leave. W: Sorry I'm late, but I was waiting for you at the information desk upstairs. It's lucky I thought of looking for you here on the platform. (Text 4) W: If I were you I' d take the bus to work. Driving in that rush hour traffic is terrible. M: But, you know, by the time the bus gets to my stop, there aren' t any seats left. What's more, I have to walk for 10 minutes to get to the bus stop. (Text 5) W: Hey ! What' s the rush? M: The bank closes in haft an hour and I'm badly in need of money. W: Oh, I can lend you some. M: Actually, I want to buy some traveller's cheques; I'm going on a trip this weekend. ( Text 6) M: Excuse me. Could you tell me which way Dobson's bookstore is? W: Yes, it's that way. Go two blocks, and then turn left. It's on the comer opposite the post office. M: Thanks. I' ve only been in the city for a few days, so I really don' t know my way around yet. W: Oh, I know how you feel. We moved here a year ago, and I still don' t know where everything is. (Text 7)

M: Can I help you? W: Yes. I'm going on a tour in New York. M: Well, let me see ... it's two nights in the hotel, but three days altogether. W: I see. I arrive early on the third and leave at 10:30 p.m. on the fifth. M: That's great. As you see, you should be booked through to Chicago on the fifth. So it really is a full day on the fifth. Plenty of time for shopping and sightseeing. You' 11 even have enough time for a show in the evening because the train station is near the theatre. W: I think that'll work out fine. I hope I'll be able to sleep on the train. M: Believe me, it'll be an interesting experience to ride on the train. ( Text 8) W: The temperature hasn' t got above five degrees centigrade for three weeks, and it' s supposed to snow again tonight. We have to clear the snow off the steps. This is not beautiful! M: I don' t mind the extra work. For me, it' s worthwhile to be able to experience the fresh air. And you know how I love skiing, ice-skating and ... W: I know, and I' m glad you' re having fun. It' s just that I' m tired of being cold. I wish spring were here. M: Well, I agree that winter does seem long when we get to January. W: It seemed long to me in November! M: It doesn' t look nice today. There' s no sign of sun. Look, the sky over there in the west is getting dark. (Text 9) M: What' s the matter? W: It' s just life. It' s all right for you. You' 11 leave the house in five minutes. I' 11 be here all day. You won't come back till seven o'clock. M: One of us must go to work, dear. W: Yes, but your day is interesting. My day is the same every day. M: My work isn't always interesting. W: I know, but you travel around, you meet different people and you do different things. Who will I meet today? What will I do? Er7 I' 11 wash up, feed the baby, do the washing, clean the house, bathe the baby, take the dog for a walk ... M: But... but... W: Then I'll go to the supermarket, prepare dinner, meet you at the station, have dinner, wash up again ... M: But ... W: Then I'll feed the baby again, put the baby to bed ... What a life! Today,

tomorrow, this week, next week, this month, next year ... forever! (Text 10) W: Thank you for calling the North London Arts Cinema, Wood Green. There is no one to answer your call at the moment. The North London Arts Cinema is open seven days a week, showing a variety of British and foreign films. Next week we will show an Italian film called Midnight Meeting. It is set in Milan in the 1950s. You can see that film from Monday to Thursday. It will be on twice a day in the evenings. That's at 6:45 and 9: 15. The film lasts 2 hours and 15 minutes. Tickets are ~ 4, but there is a special student ticket at ~ 2.80 for all our midweek films. Please bring your student card if you want the cheaper ticket. The nearest car park to the cinema is in Hauxton Street. That's H-A-U-X-T-O-N. It's just five minutes' walk from the cinema. Thank you for calling the North London Arts Cinema. If you require further information, phone during office hours -- 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday.


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