江苏省海安高级中学2007高考模拟考试试卷(英语)

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江苏省海安高级中学高考模拟考试英语试卷

(命题人:高三英语教研组)

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’s the man’s problem?

A. He has left the new clothes in a shop. B. He has bought wrong clothes.

C. He has failed to remember who served him.

2. What does the man mean?

A. He probably lost his wallet. B. He wasn’t aware that he had lost his wallet.

C. He didn’t lose a wallet but a watch.

3. What can you learn from Tom’s reply?

A. He is good at basketball playing. B. Basketball is his only sport.

C. He likes sports very much.

4. What did the woman mean?

A. Five minutes later when she got go the cinema, the film began.

B. She was late for the film.

C. She arrived at the cinema five minutes before the film ended.

5. What is the woman going to do?

A. To put on some weight. B. To have some food. C. To lose some weight.

第二节(共15小题;每小题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。

听第6段材料,回答第6~7题。

6. How does the woman feel to take care of so many youngsters?

A. Difficult. B. Easy. C. Unhappy.

7. How many children does the man's mother have?

A. Five. B. Six. C. Seven.

听第7段材料,回答第8~9题。

8. How does the man spend his evenings?

A. Watching TV. B. Seeing films. C. Studying.

9. What does the man usually do at weekends?

A. Go boating. B. Go swimming. C. Go shopping.

听第8段材料,回答第10~12题。

10. What can you learn from the dialogue?

A. They are talking about their work.

B. They are friends.

C. They don’t like their jobs.

11. Why did the man say sorry to the woman?

A. He wouldn’t accept her invitation to the folk concert.

B. He was too busy to go to the folk concert.

C. He forgot to go to the folk concert with her.

12. What do both of them enjoy doing?

A. Going to the theatre.

B. Talking to each other.

C. Watching basketball matches.

听第9段材料,回答第13~16题。

13. Where did the two women actually meet?

A. In the women’s clothing department.

B. At the main entrance in the front.

C. At the east entrance.

14. How did the woman feel when she met Lancy?

A. Angry. B. Surprised. C. Disappointed.

15. What did Jane want to buy?

A. A dress. B. A blouse. C. A sweater.

16. Who waited at the main entrance in the front?

A. Both of them. B. Jane. C. Laney

听第10段材料,回答第17~20题。

17. Why did Jackson dislike the woman?

A. Because she didn't speak to others.

B. Because she often forgot to return things which she borrowed.

C. Because she was not helpful.

18. What did the woman ask to borrow from Jackson one day?

A. A rope. B. A flower. C. Some flour.

19. Who spread the flour on the thing the woman wanted to borrow?

A. The man. B. The woman. C. The man’s wife.

20. How about the end of the passage?

A. The woman borrowed nothing.

B. The woman borrowed the thing she wanted.

C. The woman was very excited.

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. ---Mike sends his regards to you, mum.

---_____.

A. Thanks B. Yes, I will   C. All right D. That’s very kind of him

22. You may have one of these; in other words, you have ______ you choose.

A. whichever B. what C. no matter what D. no matter which

23. I could have helped him out, to tell the truth, I _____ too busy.

A. am B. was C. have been D. had been

24. It was five o'clock in the afternoon ____they arrived at the hotel.

A. since B. before C. that D. when

25. Finally they arrived at a place_______ sold cigarettes and other small articles.

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

26. “John, let us slip into our beds, and be there when Mother comes in, just as if we _____ away,” said Wendy.

A. have never been B. will never be C. was never D. had never been

27. You must be there within an hour. There should be no _____ in sending the information.

A. question B. hesitation C. delay D. problem

28. Though we take a great risk of investing in the project, yet it will ______ in the long run.

A. go off B. turn up C. pay off D. come up

29. —Are you happy with this laboratory?

—Not a little. We can’t have ______.

A. a worse one B. a nicer one C. so bad one D. so nice one

30. I ______ in a foreign trade company for five years. Still, I don’t regret having given up the well-paid post.

A. worked B. have worked C. was working D. had worked

31. If the project should be delayed for a day, ______would mean we would be fined $100,000.

A. that B. as C. which D. and it

32. We hoped to be able to move into our new house at the end of the month, but things didn’t _______ as we expected.

A. work out B. move out C. carry out D. get out

33. ____ similar was his outline to ____ of another student in the class that the teacher seriously doubted if he had done the calculation himself.

A. How; that B. So; that C. How; one D. So; one

34. ---According to the schedule printed on the sign, the buses run ____ or so. We just missed one.

-On ____ second thought, we’d better take a taxi. We have a lot of luggage.

A. each half hour; a B. every half an hour; a

C. each half an hour; / D. every half hour; /

35. After the Shenzhou VI capsule (太空舱 ) touched down, two astronauts succeeded in traveling around the earth, thus again __________ China is a global space power.

A. proving B. to prove C. to have proved D. being proved

第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

When I was 14, I was hired for an after-school job selling subscriptions(征订)to my hometown paper, the Houston Post. I was sent to some of the city’s worst neighborhoods to “beg” door to door. Even though I was often moving around with difficulty after dark in bad areas 36 for garage apartments, I was 37 for the work.

It was a 38 because people didn’t like a stranger knocking on their door, 39 a kid trying to get them to buy something. Once a man shut his door heavily in my face and 40 , “I don’t want your damn paper!” I 41 myself to knock again and was able to tell him how 42 the paper was. I ended up selling him a subscription. I was soon among the 43 subscription sellers and, like other successful 44 , was given the chance to train newcomers.

45 this time I started playing the harmonica(口琴)and guitar. Before long I was playing in a 46 at barbecues and other events. When I 47 18, I fixed my 48 on becoming a professional musician. I never lost 49 of this dream. I’m sure my determination came from what I 50 knocking on strangers’ doors.

That 51 helped me in many ways. Early in my music life I was 52 in a legal disagreement with a former manager. He 53 me to back off, but I refused.

Having all those doors shut in my face as a kid gave me the 54 to stand up to this frightening figure. Except this time there was one 55 : I was the one saying no. And I won.

36. A. leaving B. searching C. caring D. reaching

37. A. sorry B. ready C. doubtful D. thankful

38. A. challenge B. puzzle C. surprise D. failure

39. A. certainly B. obviously C. especially D. usually

40. A. screamed B. agreed C. begged D. announced

41. A. allowed B. forced C. wished D. reminded

42. A. expensive B. worthless C. soft D. great

43. A. rich B. large C. fast D. top

44. A. reporters B. managers C. salesmen D. secretaries

45. A. For B. Since C. Around D. Until

46. A. kitchen B. band C. concert D. press

47. A. seemed B. grew C. appeared D. turned

48. A. attention B. attraction C. service D. trust

49. A. sight B. use C. ability D. fortune

50. A. accepted B. decided C. expected D. learned

51. A. experience B. accident C. problem D. introduction

52. A. sentenced B. treated C. locked D. reasoned

53. A. invited B. pressed C. excused D. charged

54. A. pain B. right C. strength D. imagination

55. A. conclusion B. difference C. chance D. decision

第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)A

Though it is mere 1 to 3 percent of the population, the upper class possesses at least 25 percent of the nation’s wealth. This class has two segments: upper-upper and lower-upper. Basically, the upper-upper class is the “old rich”-families that have been wealthy for several generations-an aristocracy of birth and wealth. Their names are in the Social Register, a listing of acceptable members of high society. A few are known across the nation, such as the Rockefellers, Roosevelts, and Vanderbilts. Most are not visible to the general public. They live in grand seclusion(深居简出awing their income from the investment of their inherited wealth. In contrast, the lower-upper class is the “new rich”. Although they may be wealthier than some of the old rich, the new rich are anxious to make their money like everybody else beneath their class. Thus their prestige(威望) is generally lower than that of the old rich, who have not found it necessary to lift a finger to make their money, and who tend to look down upon the new rich.

However its wealth is acquired, the upper class is very, very rich. They have enough money and leisure time to cultivate an interest in the arts and to collect rare books, paintings, and sculptures. They generally live in exclusive areas, belong to exclusive social clubs, communicate with each other, and marry their own kind-all of which keeps them so distant from the masses that they have been called the out-of-fight class. More than any other class, they tend to be conscious of being members of a class. They also command an enormous amount of power and influence here and abroad, as they hold many top government positions, run the Council on Foreign Relations, and control multinational corporations. Their actions affect the lives of millions.

56. According to the author, the “old rich” get richer ___________.

A. through the Social Register B. through their reputation

C. by investing their inherited wealth D. by collecting paintings and sculptures

57. The reason why the “old rich” look down upon the ‘new rich” is that ___________.

A. the former are wealthier than the latter

B. the latter sweat themselves to make money

C. the “new rich” have no interest in arts

D. the “old rich” are conscious of being members of the upper class

58. The upper class is also called the out-of-sight class because ____________.

A. they keep away from the general public

B. they spend most of their time abroad.

C. they don’t communicate with any people

D. they move frequently from place to place

59. We can learn from the passage that ____________.

A. the upper class is powerful and influential

B. the upper class collects rare books to make money

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江苏省海安高级中学高考模拟考试英语试卷

(命题人:高三英语教研组)

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?s the man?s problem? A. He has left the new clothes in a shop. B. He has bought wrong clothes. C. He has failed to remember who served him. 2. What does the man mean? A. He probably lost his wallet. B. He wasn?t aware that he had lost his wallet. C. He didn?t lose a wallet but a watch. 3. What can you learn from Tom?s reply? A. He is good at basketball playing. B. Basketball is his only sport. C. He likes sports very much. 4. What did the woman mean? A. Five minutes later when she got go the cinema, the film began. B. She was late for the film. C. She arrived at the cinema five minutes before the film ended. 5. What is the woman going to do? A. To put on some weight. B. To have some food. C. To lose some weight. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 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。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6~7 题。 6. How does the woman feel to take care of so many youngsters? A. Difficult. B. Easy. C. Unhappy. 7. How many children does the man's mother have? A. Five. B. Six. C. Seven. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8~9 题。 8. How does the man spend his evenings? A. Watching TV. B. Seeing films. C. Studying. 9. What does the man usually do at weekends? A. Go boating. B. Go swimming. C. Go shopping. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10~12 题。 10. What can you learn from the dialogue? A. They are talking about their work. B. They are friends.

C. They don?t like their jobs. 11. Why did the man say sorry to the woman? A. He wouldn?t accept her invitation to the folk concert. B. He was too busy to go to the folk concert. C. He forgot to go to the folk concert with her. 12. What do both of them enjoy doing? A. Going to the theatre. B. Talking to each other. C. Watching basketball matches. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 13~16 题。 13. Where did the two women actually meet? A. In the women?s clothing department. B. At the main entrance in the front. C. At the east entrance. 14. How did the woman feel when she met Lancy? A. Angry. B. Surprised. C. Disappointed. 15. What did Jane want to buy? A. A dress. B. A blouse. C. A sweater. 16. Who waited at the main entrance in the front? A. Both of them. B. Jane. C. Laney 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17~20 题。 17. Why did Jackson dislike the woman? A. Because she didn't speak to others. B. Because she often forgot to return things which she borrowed. C. Because she was not helpful. 18. What did the woman ask to borrow from Jackson one day? A. A rope. B. A flower. C. Some flour. 19. Who spread the flour on the thing the woman wanted to borrow? A. The man. B. The woman. C. The man?s wife. 20. How about the end of the passage? A. The woman borrowed nothing. B. The woman borrowed the thing she wanted. C. The woman was very excited.

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. ---Mike sends his regards to you, mum. ---_____. A. Thanks B. Yes, I will C. All right D. That?s very kind of him 22. You may have one of these; in other words, you have ______ you choose. A. whichever B. what C. no matter what D. no matter which 23. I could have helped him out, to tell the truth, I _____ too busy. A. am B. was C. have been D. had been 24. It was five o'clock in the afternoon ____they arrived at the hotel.

A. since B. before C. that D. when 25. Finally they arrived at a place_______ sold cigarettes and other small articles. A. where B. which C. in which D. what 26. “John, let us slip into our beds, and be there when Mother comes in, just as if we _____ away,” said Wendy. A. have never been B. will never be C. was never D. had never been 27. You must be there within an hour. There should be no _____ in sending the information. A. question B. hesitation C. delay D. problem 28. Though we take a great risk of investing in the project, yet it will ______ in the long run. A. go off B. turn up C. pay off D. come up 29. —Are you happy with this laboratory? —Not a little. We can?t have ______. A. a worse one B. a nicer one C. so bad one D. so nice one 30. I ______ in a foreign trade company for five years. Still, I don?t regret having given up the well-paid post. A. worked B. have worked C. was working D. had worked 31. If the project should be delayed for a day, ______would mean we would be fined $100,000. A. that B. as C. which D. and it 32. We hoped to be able to move into our new house at the end of the month, but things didn?t _______ as we expected. A. work out B. move out C. carry out D. get out 33. ____ similar was his outline to ____ of another student in the class that the teacher seriously doubted if he had done the calculation himself. A. How; that B. So; that C. How; one D. So; one 34. ---According to the schedule printed on the sign, the buses run ____ or so. We just missed one. ---On ____ second thought, we?d better take a taxi. We have a lot of luggage. A. each half hour; a B. every half an hour; a C. each half an hour; / D. every half hour; / 35. After the Shenzhou VI capsule ( 太空舱 ) touched down, two astronauts succeeded in traveling around the earth, thus again __________ China is a global space power. A. proving B. to prove C. to have proved D. being proved 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) When I was 14, I was hired for an after-school job selling subscriptions(征订)to my hometown paper, the Houston Post. I was sent to some of the city?s worst neighborhoods to “beg” door to door. Even though I was often moving around with difficulty after dark in bad areas 36 for garage apartments, I was 37 for the work. It was a 38 because people didn?t like a stranger knocking on their door, 39 a kid trying to get them to buy something. Once a man shut his door heavily in my face and 40 , “I don?t want your damn paper!” I 41 myself to knock again and was able to tell him how 42 the paper was. I ended up selling him a subscription. I was soon among the 43 subscription sellers and, like other successful 44 , was given the chance to train newcomers. 45 this time I started playing the harmonica (口琴) and guitar. Before long I was playing in a 46 at barbecues and other events. When I 47 18, I fixed my 48 on becoming a professional musician. I never lost 49 of this dream. I?m sure my determination came from what I 50 knocking on strangers? doors.

That 51 helped me in many ways. Early in my music life I was 52 in a legal disagreement with a former manager. He 53 me to back off, but I refused. Having all those doors shut in my face as a kid gave me the 54 to stand up to this frightening figure. Except this time there was one 55 : I was the one saying no. And I won. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. A. leaving A. sorry A. challenge A. certainly A. screamed A. allowed A. expensive A. rich A. reporters A. For A. kitchen A. seemed A. attention A. sight A. accepted A. experience A. sentenced A. invited A. pain A. conclusion B. searching B. ready B. puzzle B. obviously B. agreed B. forced B. worthless B. large B. managers B. Since B. band B. grew B. attraction B. use B. decided B. accident B. treated B. pressed B. right B. difference C. caring C. doubtful C. surprise C. especially C. begged C. wished C. soft C. fast C. salesmen C. Around C. concert C. appeared C. service C. ability C. expected C. problem C. locked C. excused C. strength C. chance D. reaching D. thankful D. failure D. usually D. announced D. reminded D. great D. top D. secretaries D. Until D. press D. turned D. trust D. fortune D. learned D. introduction D. reasoned D. charged D. imagination D. decision

第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) A Though it is mere 1 to 3 percent of the population, the upper class possesses at least 25 percent of the nation?s wealth. This class has two segments: upper-upper and lower-upper. Basically, the upper-upper class is the “old rich”-families that have been wealthy for several generations-an aristocracy of birth and wealth. Their names are in the Social Register, a listing of acceptable members of high society. A few are known across the nation, such as the Rockefellers, Roosevelts, and Vanderbilts. Most are not visible to the general public. They live in grand seclusion(深居简出), drawing their income from the investment of their inherited wealth. In contrast, the lower-upper class is the “new rich”. Although they may be wealthier than some of the old rich, the new rich are anxious to make their money like everybody else beneath their class. Thus their prestige(威望) is generally lower than that of the old rich, who have not found it necessary to lift a finger to make their money, and who tend to look down upon the new rich. However its wealth is acquired, the upper class is very, very rich. They have enough money and leisure time to cultivate an interest in the arts and to collect rare books, paintings, and sculptures. They generally live in exclusive areas, belong to exclusive social clubs, communicate with each other, and marry their own kind-all of which keeps them so distant from the masses that they have been called the out-of-fight class. More than any other class, they tend to be conscious of being members of a class. They also command an enormous amount of power and influence here and abroad, as they hold many top government positions, run the Council on

Foreign Relations, and control multinational corporations. Their actions affect the lives of millions. 56. According to the author, the “old rich” get richer ___________. A. through the Social Register B. through their reputation C. by investing their inherited wealth D. by collecting paintings and sculptures 57. The reason why the “old rich” look down upon the ?new rich” is that ___________. A. the former are wealthier than the latter B. the latter sweat themselves to make money C. the “new rich” have no interest in arts D. the “old rich” are conscious of being members of the upper class 58. The upper class is also called the out-of-sight class because ____________. A. they keep away from the general public B. they spend most of their time abroad. C. they don?t communicate with any people D. they move frequently from place to place 59. We can learn from the passage that ____________. A. the upper class is powerful and influential B. the upper class collects rare books to make money C. the upper class holds all top government positions D. the “old rich” make much more money than the “new rich” B About six years ago I was eating lunch in a restaurant in New York City when a woman and a young boy sat down at the next table. I couldn?t help overhearing parts of their conversation. At one point the woman asked: "So, how have you been?" And the boy—who could not have been more than seven or eight years old—replied, "Frankly, I've been feeling a little depressed lately.?? This incident stuck in my mind because it confirmed my growing belief that children are changing. As far as I can remember, my friends and I didn?t find out we were “depressed” until we were in high school. The evidence of a change in children has increased steadily in recent years. Children don?t seem childlike any more. Children speak more like adults, dress more like adults and behave more like adults than they used to. Whether this is good or bad is difficult to say, but it certainly is different. Childhood as it once was no longer exists. Why? Human development is based not only on innate (天生的) biological states, but also on patterns of access to social knowledge. Movement from one social role to another usually involves learning the secrets of the new status. Children have always been taught adult secrets, but slowly and in stages: traditionally, we tell sixth graders things we keep hidden from fifth graders. In the last 30 years, however, a secret-revelation (揭示) machine has been installed in 98 percent of American homes. It is called television. Television passes information, and indiscriminately (不加区分地), to all viewers alike, be they children or adults. Unable to resist the temptation, many children turn their attention from printed texts to the less challenging, more vivid moving pictures. Communication through print, as a matter of fact, allows for a great deal of control over the social information to which children have access. Reading and writing involve a complex code of

symbols that must be memorized and practiced. Children must read simple books before they can read complex materials. 60. According to the author, feeling depressed is _____. A. a sure sign of a psychological problem in a child B. something hardly to be expected in a young child C. an inevitable phase of children's mental development D. a mental state present in all humans, including children 61. Traditionally, a child is supposed to learn about the adult world _____. A. through contact with society B. gradually and under guidance C. naturally and by biological instinct D. through exposure to social information 62. Why is the author in favor of communication through print for children? A. It enables children to gain more social information. B. It develops children's interest in reading and writing. C. It helps children to memorize and practice more. D. It can control what children are to learn. 63. What does the author think of the change in today?s children? A. He feels amused by their premature behavior. B. He thinks it is a phenomenon worthy of note. C. He considers it a positive development. D. He seems to be upset about it. C Abby Subark is a mother of two from Boston. “For my kids, I?m nervous. I don?t know if they?ll be able to achieve their American dream.” She may be right. More than hard work or education, the best way to get rich in America is to be born rich. It is the case that somebody who is in the upper third of income, poor scores, in the bottom on tests when they are in eighth grade, is more likely to go to college and finish college than a poor kid with the top scores. That?s what the working person?s children are up against. The Economic Policy Institute finds it would take a poor couple with 2 children 9 or 10 generations to achieve middle class status. That?s about 200 years. The hallmark (特征) of American opportunity has always been the ability to do better than your parents. But compared with similar developed countries, the United States ranks fifth out of six for so-called intergenerational mobility (变动). If you look at the mechanisms (机制) for upward mobility that were so readily available 50 years ago, they are becoming out of reach, like plentiful factory jobs with good wages and affordable education and health care. White families are twice as likely as blacks to be upwardly mobile. For most people in America today, where you end up depends on where you start. If you started in the middle-income class, about 40 to 45 percent of what you are making right now is due to the fact that your parents were in the middle-income class. The rest is up to you. But for the millions of people who find themselves below the poverty line (贫困线) and the millions more who are the working poor, their starting point for the American dream leaves them painfully far away from the middle class. 64. The main idea of the passage is _______. A. How the middle class comes about in the U.S. B. It?s hard to realize the American dream for the poor. C. Wealth and social status depend on family background.

D. Upward mobility in America is never easy. 65. Which of the statements is NOT true according to the passage? A. People used to have job opportunities and welfare for upward mobility. B. A great many poor people can hardly realize their American dream. C. You can make all your dreams come true in America if born rich. D. Rich kids are more likely to go to college than poor kids. 66. The underlined sentence “where you end up depends on where you start” most probably means _______ . A. Your starting point cannot determine your destination. B. Only a high goal can ensure success. C. One?s birth has nothing to do with his fate. D. One?s family lays solid foundation for his future achievements. 67. What can we infer after reading the passage? A. Poverty causes people much pain. B. People below the poverty line can never be in the middle class. C. Lower starting point makes it hard for people to realize their dream. D. Poor people?s starting point is too low. D In the 1960s, people asked about your astrological sign(星相). In the 1990s, they wanted to know your website(网址). These days, having a web address is almost as important as a street address. Your website is an electronic meeting place for your family, friends and potentially, millions of people around the world. Best of all, you may not have to spend a cent. The Web is filled with all kinds of free services and all it takes is some time and creativity. Think of your home page as the starting point of your website. Like the table of contents of a book or a magazine, the home page is the front door. Your site can have one or more pages. Depending on how you design it. While web pages vary greatly in their design and content, most use a traditional magazine layout(版面设计). At the top of the page is a banner(大标题) GRAOGUC. Next comes a greeting and a short description of the site. Pictures, texts, and links to other websites follow. Before you start building your site, do some planning. Think about whom the site is for and what you want to say. Next, gather up the material that you want to put on the site. Draw a rough layout on a sheet of paper. While there are no rules you have to follow. There are a few things to keep in mind: Start simply If you are too ambitious at the beginning, you may never get the site off the ground. You can always add to your site. Less is better Most people don?t like to read a lot of text online. Break it into small pieces. Smaller is better Most people connect to the Internet with a modem(调制解调器). Since it can take a long time to download large image files, keep the file sizes small. Have the rights Don?t put any material on your site unless you are sure you can do it legally. Learn the Net?s Copyright Article for more about this. Now it?s time to roll up you sleeves and start building. Learning the Net Communities provides tools to help you build your site. 68. The main purpose of the passage is to tell you ______. A. what a website is like B. how to build your own website C. how to meet people online D. what a website is made up of 69. According to the writer, you website is a place_____. A. where you can meet people all around the world B. where you can buy what you want

C. where you can get free services D. where you can meet people on the Internet 70. The purpose of the home page of you website is _____. A. to give a list of all the contents of your website B. to make it look like a front door C. to direct people to more of your pages D. to design the cover of a book or magazine 71. The writer thinks that if you are too ambitious at the beginning______. A. your website may leave no space for adding new things B. you may never have your website working C. you may have no idea how to build your website D. you may tire yourself out E Most of us are used to seasons. Each year, spring follows winter, which follows autumn, which follows summer, which follows spring. And winter is colder than summer. But the earth goes through temperature cycles over much longer periods than those that we experience. Between 65,000 and 35,000 years ago, the planet was much colder than it is now. During that time the temperature also changed a lot, with periods of warming and cooling. Ice melted during the warm periods, which made sea levels rise. Water froze again during the cold periods. A new study from Switzerland sheds light on where ice sheets melted during the ice age. It now seems that the ice melted at both ends of the earth, rather than just in either northern or southern areas. This surprised the researchers from the University of Bern. Scientists have long assumed(认为)that most of the ice that melted was in the Northern hemisphere(半球)during the 30,000-year-long ice age. That belief was held because the North Pole is surrounded by land, while the South Pole is surrounded by the Antarctic Ocean. It is easier for ice sheets to grow on land. If surrounded by sea, the ice can easily just slip to the ocean instead of building up. The researchers used a computer model to look at the ways the ice could melt and how it might affect sea levels. They compared these results to evidence (迹象) of how temperatures and currents actually changed during that time. The model showed that if it was only in the Northern hemisphere that ice melted, there would be a bigger effect on ocean currents (洋流) and sea temperatures than what actually happened. Studies suggest that melting just in the Southern hemisphere would have been impossible, too. The only reasonable conclusion, the scientists could make, was that the ice melted equally in the North and the South. It is still a mystery as to what caused the temperature changes that caused the ice to melt. 72. We can learn from the text that . A. we have experienced temperature cycles since they began. B. what caused ice to melt is still unknown C. the planet was much colder than it is now between 65,000 and 35,000 years ago, during which time temperature hardly changed D. before the new study, scientists long believed that ice melted just in either northern or southern areas 73. The underlined phrase “sheds light on”(in Paragraph 3) can be replaced by . A. throws doubts on B. beats down on C. makes it clear D. makes light of 74. The first two paragraphs were written A. to lead up to the subject that ice melted during the 30,000-year-long ice age B. to describe what the weather was like during the ice age C. to compare climate nowadays with that of the ice age

D. to explain what a temperature cycle is 75. Which of the following best shows the relationship between ice, ocean currents and temperatures according to the text? A. Ice can easily slip into the ocean. B. Temperature and currents changed as a result of ice melting. C. Temperature changes lead to ice melting or water freezing, which in turn has an effect on ocean currents and temperature. D. Ice melted and then froze again due to temperature.

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第四部分:写作(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节:对话填空 (共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下列对话,掌握其大意,并根据所给的首字母的提示,在标有题号的右边横线上写 出一个英语单词的完整、正确的形式,使对话通顺。 A=reporter B=doctor A: Good morning, Dr Zhang. Thank you for (76) a ______this interview. B: Good morning, Nancy. I am very glad to be here. What would you like to know about? A: According to our recent survey, we?ve (77) f _____ that more students now wear glasses. I am doing this interview to find out some information about (78) p _______ eyesight. B: Yes. It is a big problem. We cannot ignore the fact that the number is increasing (79) r ________. A: What can we do to solve the problem? B: I would (80) a ______ that students? eyes be tested every year. This is because they need to identify any problems as early as (81) p _____. A: What other advice can you give us? B: (82) B ________ this, I suggest that students tell their parents about no seeing words on the (83) b _________in the classroom, and parents make sure their children are not rubbing their eyes or sitting too close to the television. A: Could you tell me some other specific things that parents can do at home? B: I strongly advise that parents make (84) s ________ that their children do not read in bed. It can do great harm to their eyes. A: Thank you for your good (85) s _______. Goodbye. B: Goodbye. 76 _______________

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第二节 书面表达 (共 25 分) 最近,你们班举行了一场关于“中学生是否应该崇拜明星”的讨论。假设你是李华,请 你根据下表提供的信息,用英语写一篇短文,并陈述你的观点,以便向中学生英语报投稿。 观点 60%的学生赞同 理 由 1.与同学谈论明星,使身心得以轻松; 2.从明星身上寻找优点,以明星为榜样; 3.跟上时代的潮流,了解更多的文化。 4.追星会花费大量的时间和金钱; 5.盲目崇拜,迷失方向;

40%的同学反对

6.模仿明星,染上不良习惯。 你的观点? 7. 8.

注意:1.词数 120 左右; 2.已写好部分不记入总词数。 Nowadays, more and more middle school students are crazy about famous stars. Recently our class have had a heated discussion about whether middle school students should admire famous stars. 60% of the students approve of the idea of admiring famous stars.

______________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ However, some other students argue against

that.__________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________ In my opinion,

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江苏省海安高级中学 2007 年 5 月模拟考试

英语试卷答案 1-5ABCBC 6-10 ABCCB 11-15 ABABB 16-20 CBACA 21-25 DABDB 26-30 DCCBA 31-35 AABDA 36-40 BDACA 41-45BDDCC 46-50 BDAAD 51-55 ACBCB 56-59 CBAA 60-63 BBDB 64-67 BCDC 68-71 BDCB 72-75 DCAC 76. accepting 77. found 78. protecting/ poor 79. rapidly 80. advise 81. possible 82. Besides 83. blackboard/board 84. sure 85. suggestions One possible version: Nowadays, more and more middle school students are crazy about famous stars. Recently our class have had a heated discussion about whether middle school students should admire famous stars. 60% of the students approve of the idea of admiring famous stars. They believe if they talk about famous stars they like, they can feel excited, happy and relaxed. Some even think famous stars have some talents and have become their models. Besides, they think only by admiring famous stars can they be up to date with the fashion and have a better grasp of more social cultures. However, some other students argue against that. They think some students admire famous stars so much that they have their names on their faces or copy the life styles of stars, which costs them a lot of money and wastes them a lot of time. So being crazy about famous stars will make them lost. Worse still, some students even follow the bad examples of the stars. It follows that they fall into bad habits. In my opinion, it?s really ridiculous for students to have such kind of behavior. Everyone is unique and there is no point in copying anyone else, however famous they are.


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