江苏省海安高级中学2006~2007学年度第一学期期中考试英语试卷

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海安中学2006~2007学年度第一学期期中考试

高三英语试卷

本试卷分第1卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分,本试卷满分150分。考试时间120分钟。答案一律做在答卷上。

第I卷(三部分,共110分)

第一部分:英语知识运用(共二节,满分50分)

第一节:单项填空:从A,B,C,D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑(共30 小题,每小题1 分;满分30分)

1. , the mountain climbers conquered Mount Qomolangma in the end.

A.As the difficulty was great B.Great as the difficulty was

C.Great difficulty as it was D.The difficulty was great

--Mum,I can’t see any point in working hard at all the subjects at school.

----Come on,dear.Years of hard work will surely________in the future of your career.

A.make sure B.pay off C.bring back D.pay back

3.The girl was so __________ by the mighty river that she would spend hours sitting on its bank and gazing at the boats and rafts going and coming.

A. absorbed B. fascinated C. moved D. touched

4. _____ your proposal , I am pleased to inform you that most committee members consider it acceptable. A. Considering B. Concerning C. Seeing D. Supposing

5. That year his total income, with his reward , 12,000 yuan.

A. added to; added up to B. added; added to

C. added up to; added D. adds to; adds up to

The pigs suffer from mouth-to-foot disease, don’t they?

---Yes, so we should ________ to get them _________.

A. round them up; killed B. round them up ; to kill

C. round up them; killing D. round them up; to be killed

7.There is a new problem in the popularity of private cars road conditions need to be

improved .

A. involving ; that B. involved ; that C. involved; where D. involving ; which

8.Today, I think we have discussed a lot about the problem. I expect to be no argument about this.

A.them B.there C.it D.you

9.With a lot of difficult problems , the newly—elected president is having a hard time.

A.settled B.settling C.to settle D.being settled

10. As we all know, apples are sold by ______ weight, and socks are sold by _______ dozen.

A. the; a B. /; a C. /; the D. the; the

11.Students who pass the test will be ______to the next grade.

A.possessed B.promoted C.proposed D.allowed

12.Public _____of the problem will make the government take it seriously.

A.awareness B.evaluation C.existence D.evidence

13.She has been voted Best Actress three years_____________: 2002, 2003 and 2004.

A.in a row B.in return C.in detail D.in reality

14.I think you have too much luggage,don’t you?

es,But it’s not easy to decide what to_______behind.

A.take B.turn C.keep D.leave

15.He is very much_____the idea of going to university in Britain.

A.attended to B.taken up by C.laid off by D.appealed to

16.King is a fine musician;it’s a ___________to hear him play.

A.privilege B.possibility C.favour D.advantage

17. We’ve grown very ______ to this house and would hate to move.

A. contrary B responsible C resisted D. attached

18.Johnny is a great dancer; he _____above the rest for his perfect performance.

A. stands by B stands for C stands out D. makes for

19.This race was her last chance to win a place on the national team so everything was ______.

A. dangerous B. in trouble C. at stake D. in charge

20. Dust _____ in a room if we do not clean the room regularly.

A. accomplishes B. accumulates C. accommodates D. achieves

21. Living in the central Australian desert has its problems, _____ obtaining water is not the least.

A. of which B. for what C. as D. whose

22. The _____ runner can run 2 miles in fifteen minutes.

A. common B. usual C. average D. general

23. _____ the fact that his initial(开始的)experiments had failed, Pro. White persisted (坚持) in his research.

A. Because of B. As to C. In spite of D. In views of

24. No bread eaten by man is so sweet as _____ earned by his own labour. A. one B. that C. such D. what

25. The Social Security Retirement Program is made up of two trust funds(基金,资金), ____could go penniless by next year.

A. the larger one B. the larger of which C. larger of which D. the largest of which

26. I can't _____ what has happened to the vegetables, for they were freshly picked this morning.

A. figure out B. draw out C. look out D. work out.

27. _____ for the timely investment from the general public, our company would not be so thriving(兴旺的) as it is.

A. Had it not been B. Were it not C. Be it not D. Should it not be

28. One of the requirements for a fire is that the material ____ to its burning temperature.

A. is heated B. will be heated C. be heated D. would be heated

29. Why this otherwise excellent newspaper allows such an article to be printed is ___ me.

A. above B. outside C. beside D. beyond

30. _____ your opinions are worth considering, the committee finds it unwise to place too much importance on them.

A. As B. Since C. Provided D. While

第二部分 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给的四个选项(A,B,C和D)中,选出最佳选项。

The town of Pressure and the town Pleasure were neighbor but had 31 in common. Residents built walls to 32 influence from the 33 town.

In Pressure, everyone struggled to be the very best. When women 34 birth, they would compete to have the baby with the 35 cry. There was violent competition in every aspect of life. Because 36 was the index (指数) of success, people were always 37 making money, with no time for relaxation.

38 , over in Pleasure, the motto was “As long as you like it, do it.” People 39 without pressure and could do 40 they liked. Children played computer games day and night. At school, teachers didn’t care 41 students showed up or not. Workers might sit around the office 42 sipping coffee and doing nothing. 43 the lack of regulations, nobody worried about losing their jobs. No one had the slightest thought of moving 44 , either for themselves or for the town. The computers they used were 45 models from Pressure.

Some of the young were addicted to 46 because of the emptiness of their lives. Then, people in the two towns began asking themselves, “What is life 47 ?” But, just before life in the two towns completely failed. There came a saint—Mr. Reason. He went from door to door, 48 with people and giving advice. People in Pressure learnt to be content with what they had, while people in Pleasure began to make plans. They 49 the walls between them and built a road to connect the two. The townpeople 50 to realize the truth—There is no space between Pressure and Pleasure if people don’t go to extremes.

31. A. anything B. nothing C. everything D. something

32. A. keep out B. look out C. work out D. give out

33. A. another B. any C. every D. other

34. A. gave B. took C. offered D. brought

35. A. loud B. louder C. loudest D. loudly

36. A. health B. healthy C. wealth D. wealthy

37. A. busy B. lazy C. easy D. hard

38. A. Meanwhile B. At that time C. At one time D. Once in a while

39. A. got up B. grew up C. set up D. brought up

40. A. nothing B. something C. anything D. everything

41. A. what B. who C. where D. whether

42. A. all way B. all night C. all way long D. all day long

43. A. Thanks to B. Because C. Owe to D. According to

44. A. backward B. forward C. upward D. downward

45. A. new B. old C. right D. advanced

46. A. work B. money C. drugs D. books

47. A. for B. at C. in D. to

48. A. talked B. to talk C. talks D. talking

49. A. pulled down B. put down C. went down D. wrote down

50. A. went B. returned C. happened D. came

第二部分:阅读理解(第一节20小题,第二节5小题;每小题2分满分50分)

第一节:阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A

Chinese are very generous when it comes to educating their children. Not caring about the money, parents often send their children to the best schools or even abroad to England, the United States or Australia. They also want their children to take extra-course activities where they will either learn a musical instrument or ballet, or other classes that will give them a head start in life. The Chinese believe that the more expensive an education is, the better it is. So parents will spend an unreasonable amount of money on education. Even poor couples will buy a computer for their son or daughter.

However, what most parents fail to see is that the best early education they can give their children is usually very cheap.

Parents can see that their children’s skills vary, skilled in some areas while poor in others. What most parents fail to realize though, is that today’s children lack self-respect and self-confidence .

The problem is that parents are only educating their children on how to take multiple-choice tests and how to study well, but parents are not teaching them the most important skills they need to be confident, happy and clever.

Parents can achieve this by teaching practical skills like cooking, sewing and doing other housework.

Teaching a child to cook will improve many of the skills that he will need later in life. Cooking demands patience and time. It is an enjoyable but difficult experience. A good cook always tries to improve his cooking, so he will learn to work hard and gradually finish his job successfully. His result, a well-cooked dinner, will give him much satisfaction and a lot of self-confidence.

Some old machines, such as a broken radio or TV set that you give your child to play with will make him curious and arouse his interest. He will spend hours looking at them, trying to fix them; your child might become an engineer when he grows up. These activities are not only teaching a child to read a book, but rather to think, to use his mind. And that is more important.

51. Parents in China, according to this passage, _______.

A. are too strict with their children

B. are too rich to educate their children

C. have some problems in educating their children correctly

D. are too poor to educate their children

52. The writer of the passage does not seem to be satisfied with ______.

A. the parents’ ideas of educating their children B. the education system

C. children’s skills D. children’s hobbies

53. Doing some cooking at home helps children ______.

A. learn how to serve their parents

B. learn how to become strong and fat

C. benefit from it and prepare themselves for the future

D. make their parents believe that they are clever

54. According to the last paragraph we can conclude that ______.

A. broken radios and television sets are useful B. one’s curiosity may be useful for his later life

C. an engineer must fix many broken radios D. a good student should spend much time repairing radios

B

A dream became true as two young pilots took off to fly around the world.

Chris Wall and Dan Dominguez have been dreaming big since they were 17-year-old high school students in EL Paso, Tex. U S A. At that time they flew alone in a plane to Alaska and back.

Now they were really dreaming big. They were planning to take off this September on an around-the-world flight. And all went well, the 21-year-old pilots at last broke a world record by becoming the youngest to fly by themselves around the Earth.

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海安中学 2006~2007 学年度第一学期期中考试 高三英语试卷

本试卷分第 1 卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分, 本试卷满分 150 分。 考试时间 120 分钟。答案一律做在答卷上。

第 I 卷(三部分,共 110 分)

第一部分:英语知识运用(共二节,满分 50 分) 第一节:单项填空:从 A,B,C,D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在

答题卡上将该项涂黑(共 30 小题,每小题 1 分;满分 30 分) 1. , the mountain climbers conquered Mount Qomolangma in the end. A.As the difficulty was great B.Great as the difficulty was

C.Great difficulty as it was D.The difficulty was great 2. ----Mum,I can’t see any point in working hard at all the subjects at school. ----Come on,dear.Years of hard work will surely________in the future of your career. A.make sure B.pay off C.bring back D.pay back 3.The girl was so __________ by the mighty river that she would spend hours sitting on its bank and gazing at the boats and rafts going and coming. A. absorbed B. fascinated C. moved D. touched 4. _____ your proposal , I am pleased to inform you that most committee members consider it acceptable. A. Considering B. Concerning C. Seeing D. Supposing 5. That year his total income, with his reward , 12,000 yuan. A. added to; added up to B. added; added to C. added up to; added D. adds to; adds up to 6.---The pigs suffer from mouth-to-foot disease, don’t they? ---Yes, so we should ________ to get them _________. A. round them up; killed B. round them up ; to kill C. round up them; killing D. round them up; to be killed 7.There is a new problem in the popularity of private cars road conditions need to be improved . A. involving ; that B. involved ; that C. involved; where D. involving ; which 8.Today, I think we have discussed a lot about the problem. I expect about this. A.them B.there C.it D.you , the newly—elected president is having a hard time. to be no argument

9.With a lot of difficult problems

A.settled B.settling C.to settle D.being settled 10. As we all know, apples are sold by ______ weight, and socks are sold by _______ dozen. A. the; a B. /; a C. /; the D. the; the 11.Students who pass the test will be ______to the next grade.

A.possessed B.promoted C.proposed D.allowed 12.Public _____of the problem will make the government take it seriously. A.awareness B.evaluation C.existence D.evidence 13.She has been voted Best Actress three years_____________: 2002, 2003 and 2004. A.in a row B.in return C.in detail D.in reality 14.I think you have too much luggage,don’t you? --Yes,But it’s not easy to decide what to_______behind. A.take B.turn C.keep D.leave 15.He is very much_____the idea of going to university in Britain. A.attended to B.taken up by C.laid off by D.appealed to 16.King is a fine musician;it’s a ___________to hear him play. A.privilege B.possibility C.favour D.advantage 17. We’ve grown very ______ to this house and would hate to move. A. contrary B responsible C resisted D. attached 18.Johnny is a great dancer; he _____above the rest for his perfect performance. A. stands by B stands for C stands out D. makes for 19.This race was her last chance to win a place on the national team so everything was ______. A. dangerous B. in trouble C. at stake D. in charge 20. Dust _____ in a room if we do not clean the room regularly. A. accomplishes B. accumulates C. accommodates D. achieves 21. Living in the central Australian desert has its problems, _____ obtaining water is not the least. A. of which B. for what C. as D. whose 22. The _____ runner can run 2 miles in fifteen minutes. A. common B. usual C. average D. general 23. _____ the fact that his initial(开始的)experiments had failed, Pro. White persisted (坚持) in his research. A. Because of B. As to C. In spite of D. In views of 24. No bread eaten by man is so sweet as _____ earned by his own labour. A. one B. that C. such D. what 25. The Social Security Retirement Program is made up of two trust funds(基金,资金), ____could go penniless by next year. A. the larger one B. the larger of which C. larger of which D. the largest of which 26. I can't _____ what has happened to the vegetables, for they were freshly picked this morning. A. figure out B. draw out C. look out D. work out. 27. _____ for the timely investment from the general public, our company would not be so thriving(兴旺的) as it is. A. Had it not been B. Were it not C. Be it not D. Should it not be 28. One of the requirements for a fire is that the material ____ to its burning temperature. A. is heated B. will be heated C. be heated D. would be heated 29. Why this otherwise excellent newspaper allows such an article to be printed is ___ me. A. above B. outside C. beside D. beyond 30. _____ your opinions are worth considering, the committee finds it unwise to place too much importance on them. A. As B. Since C. Provided D. While

第二部分 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给的四个选项(A,B,C 和 D)中,选出 最佳选项。 The town of Pressure and the town Pleasure were neighbor but had 31 in common. Residents built walls to 32 influence from the 33 town. In Pressure, everyone struggled to be the very best. When women 34 birth, they would compete to have the baby with the 35 cry. There was violent competition in every aspect of life. Because 36 was the index (指数) of success, people were always 37 making money, with no time for relaxation. 38 , over in Pleasure, the motto was “As long as you like it, do it.” People 39 without pressure and could do 40 they liked. Children played computer games day and night. At school, teachers didn’t care 41 students showed up or not. Workers might sit around the office 42 sipping coffee and doing nothing. 43 the lack of regulations, nobody worried about losing their jobs. No one had the slightest thought of moving 44 , either for themselves or for the town. The computers they used were 45 models from Pressure. Some of the young were addicted to 46 because of the emptiness of their lives. Then, people in the two towns began asking themselves, “What is life 47 ?” But, just before life in the two towns completely failed. There came a saint—Mr. Reason. He went from door to door, 48 with people and giving advice. People in Pressure learnt to be content with what they had, while people in Pleasure began to make plans. They 49 the walls between them and built a road to connect the two. The townpeople 50 to realize the truth—There is no space between Pressure and Pleasure if people don’t go to extremes. 31. A. anything B. nothing C. everything D. something 32. A. keep out B. look out C. work out D. give out 33. A. another B. any C. every D. other 34. A. gave B. took C. offered D. brought 35. A. loud B. louder C. loudest D. loudly 36. A. health B. healthy C. wealth D. wealthy 37. A. busy B. lazy C. easy D. hard 38. A. Meanwhile B. At that time C. At one time D. Once in a while 39. A. got up B. grew up C. set up D. brought up 40. A. nothing B. something C. anything D. everything 41. A. what B. who C. where D. whether 42. A. all way B. all night C. all way long D. all day long 43. A. Thanks to B. Because C. Owe to D. According to 44. A. backward B. forward C. upward D. downward 45. A. new B. old C. right D. advanced 46. A. work B. money C. drugs D. books 47. A. for B. at C. in D. to 48. A. talked B. to talk C. talks D. talking 49. A. pulled down B. put down C. went down D. wrote down 50. A. went B. returned C. happened D. came

第二部分:阅读理解(第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分满分 50 分)

第一节:阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A

Chinese are very generous when it comes to educating their children. Not caring about the money, parents often send their children to the best schools or even abroad to England, the United States or Australia. They also want their children to take extra-course activities where they will either learn a musical instrument or ballet, or other classes that will give them a head start in life. The Chinese believe that the more expensive an education is, the better it is. So parents will spend an unreasonable amount of money on education. Even poor couples will buy a computer for their son or daughter. However, what most parents fail to see is that the best early education they can give their children is usually very cheap. Parents can see that their children’s skills vary, skilled in some areas while poor in others. What most parents fail to realize though, is that today’s children lack self-respect and self-confidence . The problem is that parents are only educating their children on how to take multiple-choice tests and how to study well, but parents are not teaching them the most important skills they need to be confident, happy and clever. Parents can achieve this by teaching practical skills like cooking, sewing and doing other housework. Teaching a child to cook will improve many of the skills that he will need later in life. Cooking demands patience and time. It is an enjoyable but difficult experience. A good cook always tries to improve his cooking, so he will learn to work hard and gradually finish his job successfully. His result, a well-cooked dinner, will give him much satisfaction and a lot of self-confidence. Some old machines, such as a broken radio or TV set that you give your child to play with will make him curious and arouse his interest. He will spend hours looking at them, trying to fix them; your child might become an engineer when he grows up. These activities are not only teaching a child to read a book, but rather to think, to use his mind. And that is more important. 51. Parents in China, according to this passage, _______. A. are too strict with their children B. are too rich to educate their children C. have some problems in educating their children correctly D. are too poor to educate their children 52. The writer of the passage does not seem to be satisfied with ______. A. the parents’ ideas of educating their children B. the education system C. children’s skills D. children’s hobbies 53. Doing some cooking at home helps children ______. A. learn how to serve their parents B. learn how to become strong and fat C. benefit from it and prepare themselves for the future D. make their parents believe that they are clever 54. According to the last paragraph we can conclude that ______. A. broken radios and television sets are useful B. one’s curiosity may be useful for his later life C. an engineer must fix many broken radios D. a good student should spend much time repairing radios

B

A dream became true as two young pilots took off to fly around the world. Chris Wall and Dan Dominguez have been dreaming big since they were 17-year-old high school students in EL Paso, Tex. U S A. At that time they flew alone in a plane to Alaska and back. Now they were really dreaming big. They were planning to take off this September on an around-the-world flight. And all went well, the 21-year-old pilots at last broke a world record by becoming the youngest to fly by themselves around the Earth. As they circled the world in their small, twin-engine airplane, they would be taking plenty of kids along for the ride, because students could follow their flight by way of the Internet. The flight took three months and made about 32 stops. Their plane was highly versatile (多用途的). Dan said, “It can take off from a muddy strip in Bali, the deserts of Egypt, the jungles of Africa, yet it can still cross the ocean.” Dan, a commercial pilot and flight instructor, recently graduated from the University of Rochester New York State. Chris is a three-year student at Rice University in Houston, Tex. The purpose of their project, called World Flight 2000, was to make education more interactive and to encourage young people to follow their dreams no matter how challenging they are. Said Dan:“We want to share the spirit of flying and show students that anything is possible with a good education, persistence and perseverance.” At each stop, the two pilots talked with students about their trip. They also visited schools all over the United States to tell about their adventures. “We’ve wanted to fly since we could remember,” they said. “We started flying before we were driving.” 55. It’s obvious that the flight circling the world ________. A. was completed on September 2000 B. was a nonstop flight from EL.Paso,Tex. to Egypt C. took half a year to cross the ocean D. could be followed through Internet and affect many people 56. The plane was a small one with 2 engines, but . A. it drew many young people’s attention and carried them around B. it could land in many unusual places C. it could take off on water because of its special function D. it helped do all kinds of business in the United States 57. The following statements tells us the purposes for which the two young pilots flew around the world except . A. they wanted to make education more interactive B. they hoped to encourage the youths to make efforts to reach their aims C. they intended to accept challenges no matter what they were D. they had the hope to show themselves off and gain fame and reward 58. According to the story, Chris and Dan’s success suggests that . A. wide interests can make you famous and successful as well B. big dreams are important and easy to come true C. good education, persistence and perseverance can lead one to success D. flying is too difficult but interesting

C

Man-made flowers are used for scientific as well as for decorative purposes. They are made from a variety of materials, such as wax and glass, so skillfully that you can hardly tell them from natural flowers. In making such models, good skill and artistry are called for, as well as thorough knowledge of plant structure. The collection of glass flowers in the Botanical Museum of Harvard University is the most famous in North America and is widely known throughout the scientific world. In all, there are several thousand models in colored glass, the work of two artist-naturalists, Leopold Blaschka and his son Rudolph. The aim was to have the collection represent at least one member of each flower family native to the United States. Although it was never completed, it contains more than seven hundred species representing 164 families of flowering plants, a group of fruits showing the effect of fungus(霉菌) diseases, and thousands of flower parts and magnified (放大的) details. Every detail of these is very well reproduced in color and structure. The models are kept in locked cases as they are too valuable and fragile for classroom use. 59..Leopold and Rudolph made flowers ______. A. for scientific research for classroom use B. for public to appreciate them C. for pleasure and sale D. for the collection of flowers 60.It can be inferred from the passage that Leopold and Rudolph ______. A. studied science at Harvard University for ages B. planted different sorts of flowers once in a while C. knew how to cure the diseases of plants D. tried to make a copy of one member of each flower family of the USA 61.The underlined word it in the third paragraph refers to ______. A. the flower B. the museum for plants C. the collection D. the plan 62.The best title for the passage should be ______. A. Man-made Flowers Are Useful B. A Large Collection of Glass Flowers C. Flowers at Harvard University D. Flowers and Plant Research D Dorothea Dix left home at an early age—of her own free will—to live with her grandmother. At fourteen, Dorothea was teaching school at Worcester, Massachusetts. A short time after she had begun teaching, she established a school for young girls in her grandparents’ home. Stress was placed on moral character at Dorothea’s school, which she conducted until she was thirty-three. She was forced to give up teaching at her grandparents’ home, however, when she became ill. A few years of inactivity followed. After her recovery Dorothea began to teach again, accepting a Sunday school class in the East Cambridge, Massachusetts’ jail. Here, she first came upon insane (mad) people locked up together with criminals. In those days insane people were treated even worse than criminals. There were only a few asylums(收容所) in the entire country. Therefore jails, poorhouses, and houses of correction were used to confine the insane. Dorothea Dix made a careful investigation of inhuman treatment of the insane. It was considered unfeminine for a woman to devote herself to such work at this time. But this did not stop Dorothea Dix in her efforts to provide proper medical care for the insane. Gradually, because of her investigations, conditions were improved. More than thirty mental

institutions were founded or reestablished in the United States because of her efforts. Dorothea also extended her investigations to England and to other parts of Europe. Dorothea served as the head of women hospital nurses in the army for a few years. When the war was over, she returned to her work of improving conditions for insane people. 63. How did Dorothea Dix first become aware of the mistreatment of insane people? A. She worked in an insane asylum as a young woman. B. Her grandmother treated the mentally ill. C. She taught Sunday school in a jail. D. She was asked to investigate the problem. 64.Which of the following can be used to replace the underlined word unfeminine in the passage? A. incorrect B. improper C. impossible D. illegal 65. That Dorothea Dix’s work with the insane was interrupted because of ____. A. her incurable illness B. the breakout of the war C. her trip to England for investigations D. her grandmother’ s death 66. After reading the story we can conclude that Dorothea Dix ________. A. was a brave independent person with sense of justice B. considered most criminals mentally unstable C. couldn’t fit her idea to the new condition D. devoted her life to education for girls and insane people

E In 1954 a turning point in medical history, resulting from applied bionics (仿生学), was the first “open heart” surgery done in Minneapolis, Minnesoda, by Dr. C.W Lillehei. Dr. Lillehei’s techniques for the first time allowed the patient to be operated upon while blood was supplied to the patient from a donor. Today “open heart” surgery, using more advanced methods and bionic devices, is common in the United States. The technological advances such as those already mentioned have encouraged scientists to develop the artificial (man-made) heart. Early in 1983, in its first use by a human patient, a medical team at the University of Utah Medical Center replaced the diseased heart of Dr. Clark with a mechanical pump. Clark was sixty-one years old when his diseased heart was replaced by a Jarvik-7. The world watched amazed as television pictures of Dr. Clark showed him as he improved steadily after the surgery. His continued life showed that a bionic device could imitate the action and function of a healthy heart. Dr. Clark lived for 112 days. Life-like or bionic machines have existed for centuries. The development of tools by man’s ancestors is a good example of the application of bionics to extend human capabilities. Modern bionic research is especially involved in prosthetics (修复术)--- devices that replace diseased body parts such as arms, legs , and eyes. The future for applied bionics appears to be promising. Existing bionic devices will become smaller, faster, and more effective. The artificial heart used for Dr. Chark is only one of experimental replacement devices. It is likely to be joined in the future by replacements for other internal systems or organs. Bionic livers, stomachs, and lungs are not impossibilities! 67.Which of the following does the passage mainly discuss? A. The application of bionics. B.The first “open heart” surgery. C.The development of the artificial heart .D.The future of applied bionics.

68.According to the passage, it was Dr. C. W. Lillehei that _______. A. first developed applied bionics C. was the first to operate on the heart of a patient B. developed the artificial heart D. used more advanced methods to do “open heart” surgery 69.By “Dr. Clark lived for 112 days,” the author most probably means that _______. A. the replacement of Dr. Clark’s heart was a failure B. there was still a long way to go in applied bionics C. applied bionics was promising D.the first artificial heart was most effective 70.The author’s attitude towards applied bionics is ________. A. critical B. approving C. objective D. doubting 第二节:阅读下列材料,并从所给的六个选项(A、B、C、D、E 和 F)中选出符合各小题 要求的最佳选项。选项中有一项是多余选项。 The people below are going to make a trip in Australia. After the description of these people, there is information about six advertisements of organized tours A-F. Decide which tour would be most suitable for the person mentioned in descriptions 61-65 and then mark the correct letter (A-F). There is one extra paragraph about one tour which you do not need to use. _________71. Victor is fond of nature and adventure and he is making a study tour into geology in Australia. So he wants to make a whole day trip, enjoy the natural beauty and study geological phenomena as well. _________72. Vanessa is planning a short city tour of Sydney so that she can enjoy the highlights of the city and attend an important lecture given by Professor Brown Smith at 2:00p.m at the University of Sydney. _________73. Charlie and his friends are making their first journey in Australia. Having traveled around the city of Sydney, they plan to visit Canberra, the capital and political center of the country. _________74. Jenny, a European woman with her children is visiting her relatives in Australia. They want to relax themselves by enjoying the sunshine on the sandy beaches along the coast and have fun with dolphins. _________75. Mike and Susan are from Brazil. They have been traveling in Australia for a couple of days. This weekend, they would like to have a change and travel to the countryside to have some idea of Australia grape farming and wine producing instead of making city tours around. A. City Highlights, Manly Beach, Northern Beaches Tour the highlights of Sydney, then cross the Sydney Harbor Bridge to Manly and the Northern Beaches. Capture the beauty and lifestyles of the harbor city form Gray Line’s specially selected vantage points. Departs: 8:30 a.m. Adult: $51.00 Returns: 11:50 a.m. Child: $25.50 B. New Parliament House, National Museum, Australian War Memorial The nation’s capital—a purposely built city, ultra modern, with imposing architecture yet a rural charm of lakeside, gardens and open spaces. This hi-tech city is the seat of Parliament and home of superb national monuments, museums and galleries. Departs: 8:30 a.m. Adult: $110.00 Returns: 9:15 p.m. Child: $55.00

C. Cuddle a Koala, Kangaroos, Harbour Luncheon Cruise Observe and meet our unique native animals with ample opportunity to get to know the Cuddly Koala. Then enjoy a spectacular luncheon cruise on beautiful Sydney Harbour. You can choose between the Matilda Cruises Sailing Catamarans, the stream-lined Captain Cook Cruisers or Magistic Cruises. Departs: 8:40 a.m. Adult: $115.00 Returns: 2:00 p.m. Child: $57.50 D. Hunter Valley Wineries, Wine Tasting, Traditional Aussie Towns World acclaimed Australian wines from the vineyards of the rolling hills and valleys’ of the Hunter region. The Hunter Valley is Australian’s oldest commercial wine producing district with over 7,000 acres under vine. Visit historic Wollombi and the Old Travern, tour Cessnock and the lower Hunter Valley noted for its early Australian townships and try local cheeses that compliment fine wines. Departs: 8:40 a. m Adult: $127.00 Returns: 6:40 p.m Child: $63.50 E. Post Stephens, Central Coast Beaches, North Coast, Dolphin Watching Discovering the beautiful Central Coast north of Sydney with its holiday villages, white sandy beaches and the sparkling Pacific Ocean. Ride the wave crests with the Dolphins in the azure waters of sheltered pot Stephens where forests, villages and stately homes meet with the sea. This quiet arm of the blue Pacific Ocean is home to a pod of nature’s most lovable and intelligent marine mammals. Departs: 8:30 a. m. Adult: $126.00 Returns: 7:00 p. m. Child: $ 63.00 F. Jenolan Caves, Blue Mountains, Adventure Caves The Blue Mountains National Park is a kaleidoscope of contrasts and colour rich in Australian bush and wildlife, always with a distant blue haze horizon. Spectacular Jenolan Caves—the brilliance and timelessness of nature are revealed. Be enthralled with the beauty of these ancient limestone caves. Departs: 8:40 a. m. Adult: $114.00 Returns: 6:40 p. m. Child: $57.00

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第三部分:写作(共三节,满分 40 分) 第一节:单词拼写(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 根据下列句子及所给单词的首字母, 在答题纸上按题号写出各单词正确的完全形式 (每 空限写一词)。 1. With the teacher’s p_______________,we entered the chemistry lab to do the experimemt. 2. The e_________________ teenage skateboarders are enjoying every minute in the field. 3. Trade and curiosity have formed the f______________ for mankind’s greatest endeavour. 4. Starting this year, an even greater number of v___________will contribute to making the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing a success. 5. The animal makes a strange sound that r_____________ the bark of a dog.

6. Much of daily life happens o__________ in Australia because of the hot and dry climate. 7. My mother is a____________to getting up early and preparing breakfast for me every day. 8. Saving money year after year his parents a________ enough money to pay for his living expenses abroad. 9. Some companies are accused of using m____________ ads to make us believe that a certain product is better than it really is or that we will be happier if we buy it. 10. In a__________of reaching a place of safety,no one stopped to look and help.

第二节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) In the spring of 1845,after his father read a book described 1.________________ California,he made up mind to move there.His family and many 2._______________ other families set off their journey by the middle of October. 3._______________ After travelling through four states,they have to spend the 4._______________ winter in Kansas.Not till April 12,1846 would they leave.They 5._______________ travelled on day.On November4,1846,they entered the desert and 6.______________ soon lost their way.Due to lack of water,they had no strength to 7._______________ pull the wagons.People had no choice but cover another 500 8._______________ miles on feet.At last,they overcame all the difficulties and got to the 9._______________ west on the morning of the Christmas Day.They started their new life. 10._______________

第三节

书面表达(满分 20 分)

目前, 学校存在少数学生考试作弊现象。 请你分析一下产生这一现象的原因, 并且简要地阐述你对考试作弊现象的看法.(About120 words) 提示: 原因:1.考试太多,有时太难; 2.一些学生对学习不感兴趣,学习不努力; 3.想取得好成绩来迎合教师和家长;

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2006~~2007 学年度第一学期期中调研考试 英语参考答案

一.单项题 1-5 BBBBA 21-25 ACCBB 二.完型填空 31-35 BADAC 36-40 CAABC 41-45 DDABB 46-50 CADAD 6-10 ABBCC 26-30 AACDD 11-15BAADD 16-20ADCCB

三.阅读理解 51-- 54CACB 55.D “… students could follow their flight by way of the Internet.”告诉我们学生可利用因特网 追踪他们的飞行。 56.B 第五段告诉我们他们的飞机可以在泥泞地带、在沙漠中、在丛林中起飞。这就说明他 们的飞机可以在不平常的地方降落。 57.D 这个选项包含了第七、八段的内容。 58.C 这个答案点明了他们飞行的重大意义,同时也是他们的成功所在。 59.A 文章第一句话告诉我们那些人工制作的花不仅用于装饰而且用于科学研究。 60.D 答案来自第三段第一句。 61.C 读完整个句子,可知 it 指上文的 collection。下文谈到这个收集包含有 700 个物种,它 们代表了 164 个花族。 62.B 上下文都是围绕这一主题展开的,文中涉及到了制作这种花的材料、用途、对花的保 管以及它们所产生的影响。 63.C 根据文章第四段,Dorothea Dix 在监狱教主日学课时得知精神病患者被虐待,他们与 犯人们关在一起。 64.B 短文第六段中提到 It was considered unfeminine for a woman to devote herself to such work at this time.“人们认为这种工作并不适合女人从事”,从语气可推断出 B 为正 确答案。 65.B 短文最后一段说:她军队妇女医院担任护士总监;战争结束后,她又回到改善精神病 患者环境的岗位。这说明 Dix 从事精神病患者工作的中断原因是战争。 66.A Dorothea Dix 在十几岁时为女孩子办学,后来她对精神病患者被虐待的情况进行调 查,说明她勇敢,具有独立性又有正义感。 67..A 文中提到了 B、C、D,但都是 A(仿生学应用)的论据。 68.B 从 … was the first “open heart” surgery done in Minneapolis, Minnesoda, by Dr. C.W Lillehei. Dr. Lillehei’s techniques for the first time allowed the patient to be operated upon…可知 Dr. Lillehei 是第一个给病人动手术的医生。 69.C Dr. Clark 的生命仅延长了 112 天,作者认为应用仿生学的研究还不完美,但有希望。 70.B 读上下文中 bionics appears to be promising; Existing bionic devices will become smaller, faster, and more effective. ; not impossibilities 等信息,可知作者持肯定态度。 71--75 FABED 四.单词拼写: 1. permission resembles 7. accustomed 10.anxiety 2. enthusiastic /energetic 6. outdoors 8. accumulated 3.foundation 4. volunteers 9. misleading 5.

五.短文改错 1.describing 2.^his 3. ^for 4.had 5.until 9.foot 10.去 the 六.书面表达

6.by 7.ˇ

8. ^to

It is known to us all that some students cheat in examinations at school. As students, we often have to take examinations, but sometimes we have too many examinations, some of which are too difficult for us. On the other

hand, some of us have little interest in what they are learning and don’t work hard at their lessons. So when taking examinations, they sometimes cheat in order to get better results to please their parents and teachers. In my opinion, it is quite wrong to cheat in examinations because it does us more harm than good. We students should be honest and try to get good results by improving our way of learning and studying hard instead of cheating in examinations. We should always keep in mind that honesty is more important and valuable than examination results.


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