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第Ⅰ卷

第一部分 英语知识运用 (满分50分)

第一节 语音知识 (共5小题;每小题1分,满分5分)

从A、B、C、D四个选项中,找出其划线部分与所给单词的划线部分读音相同的选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

例:have A. gave B. save C. hat D. made

答案是C。

第二节 语法和词汇知识 (共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

例:It is generally considered unwise to give a child ___ he or she wants.

 A. however B. whatever C. whichever D. whenever

答案是B。

⒍ – What shall we do tonight then?

– ___ – whatever you want.

 A. Help yourself B. It’s a deal C. No problem D. It’s up to you

⒎ He missed ___ gold in the high jump, but will get ___ second chance in the long jump.

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

⒏ That evening, ___ I will tell you more about later, I ended up working very late.

 A. that B. which C. what D. when

⒐ Sarah made ___ to the airport just in time to catch her plane this morning.

 A. herself B. this C. that D. it

⒑ Tony lent me the money, ___ that I’d do as much for him.

 A. hoping B. to hope C. hoped D. having hoped

⒒ I had hardly got to the office ___ my wife phone me to go back home at once.

 A. when B. than C. until D. after

⒓ We ___ to paint the whole house but finished only the front part that day.

 A. set about B. set up C. set out D. set down

⒔ Next to biology, I like physics ___ .

 A. better B. best C. the better D. very well

⒕ – Did you ask Sophia for help?

– I ___ need to – I managed perfectly well on my own.

 A. wouldn’t B. don’t C. didn’t D. won’t

⒖ The old man sat in front of the television every evening, happy ___ anything that happened to be on.

 A. to watch B. watching C. watched D. to have watched

⒗ 100℃ is the temperature ___ which water will boil.

 A. for B. at C. on D. of

⒘ I’m going to Europe on vacation together with John if I ___ find the money.

 A. can B. might C. would D. need

⒙ The manager ___ the workers how to improve the program since 9 a.m.

 A. has told B. is telling C. has been telling D. will have told

⒚ The Harry Potter books are quite popular; they are in great ___ in this city.

 A. quality B. progress C. production D. demand

⒛ – Try not to work yourself too hard. Take it easy.

– Thanks. ___

 A. So what? B. No way. C. What for? D. You, too.

第三节 完形填空 (每小题1. 5分)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项 (A、B、C和D) 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。

Around twenty years ago I was living in York. 21 I had a lot of experience and a Master’s degree, I could not find 22 work.

I was 23 a school bus to make ends meet and 24 with a friend of mine, for I had lost my flat. I had 25 five interviews (面试) with a company and one day between bus runs they called to say I did not 26 the job. “Why has my life become so 27 ?” I thought painfully.

As I pulled the bus over to 28 a little girl, she handed me an earning 29 I should keep it 30 somebody claimed (认领) it. The earring was painted black and said “BE HAPPY”.

At first I got angry. Then it 31 me – I had been giving all of my 32 to what was going wrong with my 33 rather than what was right! I decided then and there to make a 34 of fifty things I was happy with. Later, I decided to 35 more things to the list. That night there was a phone call for 36 from a lady who was a director at a larger 37 . She asked me if I would 38 a one-day lecture on stress (压力) management to 200 medical workers. I said yes.

My 39 there went very well, and before long I got a well-paid job. To this day I know that it was because I changed my way of 40 that I completely changed my life.

21. A. As B. Though C. If D. When

22. A. successful B. extra C. satisfying D. convenient

23. A. driving B. repairing C. taking D. designing

24. A. working B. travelling C. discussing D. living

25. A. prepared for B. attended C. asked for D. held

26. A. lose B. like C. find D. get

27. A. hard B. busy C. serious D. short

28. A. wave at B. drop off C. call on D. look for

29. A. ordering B. promising C. saying D. showing

30. A. in case B. or else C. as if D. now that

31. A. hurt B. hit C. caught D. moved

32. A. feelings B. attention C. strength D. interests

33. A. opinions B. education C. experiences D. life

34. A. list B. book C. check D. copy

35. A. connect B. turn C. keep D. add

36. A. her B. a passenger C. me D. my friend

37. A. hospital B. factory C. restaurant D. hotel

38. A. listen to B. review C. give D. talk about

39. A. plan B. choice C. day D. tour

40. A. operation B. speaking C. employment D. thinking

第二部分 阅读理解 (满分45分)

第一节 语篇阅读 (每小题2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。(每小题2分)

(A)

Cold weather can hard on pets, just like it can be hard on people. Sometimes owners forget that their cats are just as used to the warm shelter (住所) as they are. Some owners will leave their animals outside for a long period of time, thinking that all animals are used to living outdoors. This can put their pets in danger of serious illness. There are things you can do to keep your animal warm and safe.

Keep your pets inside as much as you can when the weather is bad. If you have to take them out, stay outside with them. When you’re cold enough to go inside, they probably are too. I you must leave them outside for a long time, make sure they have a warm, solid shelter against the wind, thick bedding, and plenty of non-frozen water.

If left alone outside, dogs and cats can be very smart in their search for warm shelter. They can dig into snow banks or hide somewhere. Watch them closely when they are left outdoors, and provide them with shelter of good quality. Keep an eye on your pet’s water. Sometimes owners don’t realize that a water bowl has frozen and their pet can’t get anything to drink. Animals that don’t have clean and unfrozen water may drink dirty water outside, which may contain something unhealthy for them.

41. What do we learn about pets from Paragraph 1?

 A. They are often forgotten by their owners.

 B. They are used to living outdoors.

 C. They build their won shelter.

 D. They like to stay in warm places.

42. Why are pet owners asked to stay with their pets when they are out in cold weather?

 A. To know when to bring them inside.

 B. To keep them from eating bad food.

 C. To help them find shelters.

 D. To keep them company.

43. If pets are left on their own outdoors in cold weather, they may ___.

 A. run short of clean water B. dig deep holes for fun

 C. dirty the snow nearby D. get lost in the wild

44. What is the purpose of this text?

 A. To solve a problem. B. To give practical advice.

 C. To tell an interesting story. D. To present a research result.

 (B)

You may think that sailing is a difficult sport, but it is really not hard to learn it. You do not need to be strong. But you need to be quick. And you need to understand a few basic rules about the wind.

First, you must ask yourself, “Where is the wind coming from? Is it coming from ahead or behind or from the side?” You must think about this all the time on the boat. The wind direction tells you what to do with the sail.

Let’s start with the wind blowing from the behind. This means the wind and the boat are going in the same direction. Then you must always keep the sail outside the boat. It should be at a 90° angle (角度) to the boat. Then it will catch the wind best.

If the wind is blowing from the side, it is blowing across the boat. In this case, you must keep the sail half way outside the boat. It should be at a 45° angle to the boat. It needs to be out far enough to catch the wind, but it shouldn’t flap (摆动). It shouldn’t look like on a flagpole. If it is flapping, it is probably out too far, and the boat will slow down.

Sailing into the wind is not possible. If you try, the sail will flap and the boat will stop. You may want to go in that direction. It is possible, but you can’t go in a straight line. You must go first in one direction and then in another. This is called tacking. When you are tacking, you must always keep the sail inside the boat.

45. What should you consider first while sailing?

 A. Sailors’ strength. B. Wave levels.

 C. Wind directions. D. Size of sails.

46. What does the word “It” underlined in Paragraph 4 refer to?

 A. The boat. B. The wind. C. The sail. D. The angle.

47. What do you have to do when sailing against the wind?

 A. Move in a straight line. B. Allow the sail to flap.

 C. Lower the sail. D. Tack the boat.

48. Where can you probably find the text?

 A. In a popular magazine. B. In a tourist guidebook.

 C. In a physics textbook. D. In an official report.

 (C)

Facial expressions carry meaning that is determined by situations and relationships. For example, in American culture (文化) the smile is in general an expression of pleasure. Yet it also has other uses. A woman’s smile at a police officer does not carry the same meaning as the smile she gives to a young child. A smile may show love or politeness. It can also hide true feelings. It often causes confusion (困惑) across cultures. For example, many people in Russia smiling at strangers in public to be unusual and even improper. Yet many Americans smile freely at strangers in public places (although this is less common in big cities). Some Russians believe that Americans smile in the wrong places; some Americans believe that Russians don’t smile enough. In Southeast Asian culture, a smile is frequently used to cover painful feelings. Vietnamese people may tell a sad story but end the story with a smile.

Our faces show emotions (情感), but we should not attempt to “read” people from another culture as we would “read” someone from our own culture. The fact that members of one culture do not express their emotions as openly as do members of another does not mean that they do not experience emotions. Rather, there are cultural differences in the amount of facial expressions permitted. For example, in public and in formal situations many Japanese do not show their emotions as freely as Americans do. When with friends, Japanese and Americans seem to show their emotions similarly.

It is difficult to generalize about Americans and facial expressiveness because of personal and cultural differences in the United States. People from certain cultural backgrounds in the United States seem to be more facially expressive than others. The key is to try not to judge people whose ways of showing emotion are different. If we judge according to our own cultural habits, we may make the mistake of “reading” the other person incorrectly.

49. What does the smile usually mean in the U.S.?

A. Love. B. Politeness. C. Joy. D. Thankfulness.

50. The author mentions the smile of the Vietnamese to prove that smile can ___ .

A. show friendliness to strangers B. be used to hide true feelings

C. be used in the wrong places D. show personal habits

51. What should we do before attempting to “read” people?

A. Learn about their relations with others.

B. Understand their cultural backgrounds.

C. Find out about their past experience.

D. Figure out what they will do next.

52. What would be the best title for the test?

A. Cultural Differences B. Smiles and Relationship

C. Facial Expressiveness D. Habits and Emotions

(D)

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia – One of the world’s most famous fossils (化石) – the 3.2 million-year-old Lucy skeleton (骨骼) unearthed in Ethiopia in 1974 – will go on an exhibition tour abroad for the first time in the United States, officials said Tuesday.

Even the Ethiopian public has only seen Lucy twice. The Lucy on exhibition at the Ethiopian National Museum in the capital, Addis Ababa, is a replica while the real remains are usually locked in a secret storeroom. A team from the Museum of National Science in Houston, Texas, spent four years discussing with the Ethiopians for the U.S. tour, which will start in Houston next September.

“Ethiopia’s rich culture of both the past and today, is one of the best kept secrets in the world,” said Joel Bartsch, director of the Houston museum.

The six-year tour will also go to Washington, New York, Denver and Chicago. Officials said six other U.S. cities may be on the tour. But they said plans had not been worked out.

Travelling with Lucy will be 190 other fossils.

Lucy, her name taken from a Beatles song that played in a camp the night of her discovery, is part of the skeleton of what was once a 312 -foot-tall ape-man (猿人).

53. The author writes this text mainly to ___ .

A. introduce a few U.S. museums

B. describe some research work

C. discuss the value of an ape-man

D. report a coming event

54. What does the words “a replica” in Paragraph 2 refer to?

A. A painting of the skeleton. B. A photograph of Lucy

C. A copy of the skeleton. D. A written record of Lucy.

55. How many cities has Lucy’s U.S. tour plan already included?

A. Four. B. Five. C. Six. D. Eleven.

56. What was the skeleton named after?

A. An ape-man. B. A song. C. A singer. D. A camp.

(E)

Make Up Your Mind to Succeed

Kind-hearted parents have unknowingly left their children defenseless against failure. The generation born between 1980 and 2001 grew up playing sports where scores and performance were played down because “everyone’s winter.” And their report cards sounded more positive (正面的) than ever before. As a result, Stanford University professor Carol Dweck, PhD, calls them “the overpraised generation.”

Dweck has been studying how people deal with failure for 40 years. Her research has led her to find out two clearly different mind-sets that have a great effect on how we react to it. Here’s how they work:

A fixed mind-set is grounded in the belief that talent (才能) is genetic – you’re a born artist, point guard, or numbers person. The fixed mind-set believes it’s sure to succeed without much effort and regards failure as personal shame. When things get difficult, it’s quick to blame, lie, and even stay away from future difficulties.

On the other hand, a growth mind-set believes that no talent is entirely heaven-sent and that effort and learning make everything possible. Because the ego (自尊) isn’t on the line as much, the growth mind-set sees failure as a chance rather than shame. When faced with a difficulty, it’s quick to rethink, change and try again. In fact, it enjoys this experience.

We are all born with growth mind-sets. (Otherwise, we wouldn’t be able to live in the world.) But parents, teachers, and instructors often push us into fixed mind-sets by encouraging certain actions and misdirecting praise. Dweck’s book, Mind-set: The New Psychology of Success, and online instructional program explain this in depth. But she says there are many little things you can start doing today to make sure that your children, grandchildren and even you are never defeated by failure.

57. What does the author think about the present generation?

 A. They don’t do well at school. B. They are often misunderstood.

 C. They are eager to win in sports. D. They are given too much praise.

58. A fixed mind-set person is probably one who ___ .

 A. doesn’t want to work hard

 B. cares a lot about personal safety

 C. cannot share his ideas with others

 D. can succeed with the help of teachers

59. What does the growth mind-set believe?

 A. Admitting failure is shameful.

 B. Talent comes with one’s birth.

 C. Scores should be highly valued.

 D. Getting over difficulties is enjoyable.

60. What should parents do for their children based on Dweck’s study?

 A. Encourage them to learn from failures.

 B. Prevent them from making mistakes.

 C. Guide them in doing little things.

 D. Help them grow with praise.

第二节 根据对话内容,从对话后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。选项中有两项为多余选项。(每小题1分)

Daughter:Dad. You love me, don’t you?

Father:Of course, I do. 61

Daughter:Well, I saw this great offer for a free phone here in the newspaper, and …

Father: 62

Daughter:Well, the phone is free … after the$50 I pay is returned to me.

Father:Ah, so that’s the catch. 63

Daughter:Dad. All my friends have one.

Father:Ah, I don’t know. 64

Daughter:But the monthly charge for this service is only$29.99, with 1,000 free weekday minutes nationwide, and unlimited weekend minutes.

Father:I don’t know.

Daughter:Please Dad. With the new phone you won’t have to worry about me while I’m driving the new car.

Father: 65

Daughter:The new car you’ll need to buy so I can use the phone.

A. Ah… what’s on your mind? B. New car? What new car?

C. Free? Nothing’s ever free. D. What did you do to the new car?

E. And why on earth do you need a phone? F. They always charge a lot for the service.

G. But what is the term of the service agreement?

参考答案

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2011年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试

英  语2

本试卷分第一卷(选择题)和第二卷(非选择题)两部分。第一卷1至12页。第二卷13至14页。考试结束后,将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。

第一卷

注意事项:

答第一卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡上。

每小题选出答案后,用铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。不能答在试卷上。

第一部分  英语知识运用(共三节,满分50分)

第一节  语音知识(共5小题;每小题1分,满分5分)1高1考1资1源1网1

从A, B, C, D四个选项中,找出其划线部分与所给单词的划线部分读音相同的选项,

并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

例:have

A. gave       B. save         C. hat          D. made

答案是C。

第二节  语法和词汇知识(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

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。

例:It is generally considered unwise to give a child      he or she wants.

A. however                 B. whatever

C. whichever               D. whenever

答案是B。

6. —Did you forget about my birthday?

—______ I’ve booked a table at Michel’s restaurant for this evening.

A. What then?                      B. I’m afraid so.

C. how could I?                     D. For sure.

7. Ted came for the weekend wearing only some shorts and a T-shirt,  ______ is a stupid thing to do in such weather.

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

8. If you ______ smoke, please go outside.

A. can           B. should         C. must            D. may

9. If you don't like the drink you ______ just leave it and try a different one.

A. ordered        B. are ordering    C. will order        D. had ordered

10. Mary, I _____ John of his promise to help you.

A. told          B. reminded       C. warned          D. advised

11. I got this bicycle for ______ ;My friend gave it to me when she bought a new one.

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

12. It is one thing to enjoy listening to good music, but it is ______ another to play it well yourself.

A. quite          B. very           C. rather           D. much

13. Jane won’t join us for dinner tonight and ______.

A. neither won’t Tom                B. Tom won’t either

C. Tom will too                     D. so will Tom

14. This shop will be closed for repairs _______ further notice.

A. with           B. until           C. for             D. at

15. The island, ______ to the mainland by a bridge, is easy to go to.

A. joining         B. to join          C. joined          D. having joined

16. As he reached ______ front door, Jack saw ______ strange sight.

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

17.Mr. Stevenson is great to work for -- I really couldn't ask for a ______boss.

A. better           B. good            C. best           D. still better

18.Sarah pretended to be cheerful, ______ nothing about the argument.

A. says             B: said             C. to say         D. saying

19. It was a nice meal, _______ a little expensive.

A. though           B. whether          C. as            D. since

20.—So you gave her your phone?

—______she said she'd return it to me when she could afford her own.

A. My pleasure B. Not exactly C. No doubt D. All right

第三节  完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A, B, C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项飞并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

There are times when people are so tired that they fall asleep almost anywhere. We can see there is a lot of sleeping on the bus or train on the __21____home from work in the evenings. A man will be__22____the newspaper, and seconds later it __23___ as if he is trying to ___24__it. Or he will fall asleep on the shoulder of the stranger___25__ next to him.___26___ place where unplanned short sleep __27__ is in the lecture hall where a student will start snoring(打鼾)so ___28____that the professor has to ask another student to___29___ the sleeper awake. A more embarrassing(尴尬)situation occurs when a student starts falling into sleep and the ___30___ of  the head pushes the arm off the___31___, and the movement carries the__32___ of the body along. The student wakes up on the floor with no___33___ of getting there. The worst time to fall asleep is when __34___ . Police reports are full of ___35___ that occur when people fall into sleep and go__36_____ the road. If the drivers are ___37____ , they are not seriously hurt. One woman's car, ___38____ , went into the river. She woke up in four feet of __39____ and thought it was raining. When people are really ___40_____,nothing will stop them from falling asleep -- no matter where they are.

21.A. way            B. track              C. path            D. road

22.A. buying          B. folding            C. delivering        D. reading

23.A. acts             B. shows             C. appears         D. sounds

24.A. open            B. eat                C. find            D. finish

25.A. lying            B. waiting            C. talking          D. sitting

26.A. Next             B.Every             C. Another         D. One

27.A. goes on           B.ends up           C.lasts             D. returns

28.A. bravely           B. happily           C. loudly          D. carelessly

29.A. leave             B. shake             C. keep           D. watch

30.A. size              B. shape              C. weight         D. strength

31.A. cushion           B.desk               C. shoulder       D. book

32.A. action            B. position            C. rest           D. side

33.A. memory          B. reason             C. question       D. purpos

34.A. thinking          B. working            C. walking       D. driving

35.A. changes           B. events             C. ideas          D. accidents

36.A. up               B. off                 C. along         D. down

37.A. lucky             B. awake             C. calm          D. strong

38.A. in time            B. at first             C. as usual       D. for example

39.A. dust              B. water              C. grass         D. bush

40.A. tired              B. drunk             C. lonely         D. lazy

第二部分   阅读理解(共25小题。第一节每小题2分,第二节每小题1分;满分45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

Since 1984, Philadelphia has been cleaning up its act. One by one, graffiti-covered walls are being changed into outdoor art. So far, more than 1,800 murals(壁画)have been painted. Philadelphia now has more murals than any other American city.

The walls that were once ugly with graffiti(涂鸦)are now covered with beautiful pictures of historical heroes and modern art, thanks to the Mural Arts Program (MAP). Its work makes schools and public places attractive, and its citizens very proud. The program began as part of Philadelphia's Anti-Graffiti Network. Jane Golden is the MAP's artistic director. "When people ask me what our program is about," she says, "I answer them with one word: hope." Each year, the MAP offers youth art programs and workshops. Some one-time graffiti writers even help paint MAP murals.

The MAP's work, says Golden, is all about developing a sense of community(社区).When a neighborhood requests a mural, the MAP works with the people there to develop a message. Some messages have been "Safe Streets," "Love and Care," and "Peace Walk."

The MAP receives up to 50 requests for murals each week. Last year, the workers painted 140 murals.

"The making of a mural enters people's collective memory as an extraordinary, pleasant moment in neighborhood history" says Golden, who began as a muralist in Los Angeles.

41.What can be the best title for the text?

A. Love, from Graffiti Writers to Muralists

B. MAP, a New Company in Philadelphia

C. Jane, an Excellent Mural Artist

D. Hope, One Wall at a Time

42. What is the Mural Arts Program in Philadelphia aimed at?

A. Helping the young find jobs.

B. Protecting the neighborhood.

C. Fighting against graffiti.

D. Attracting more visitors.

43.How does the MAP decide on the message for a mural?

A. By having discussions with people in the community.

B.By seeking advice from the city government.

C.By learning from the young graffiti writers.

D. By studying the history of the city.

44. Which of the following words best describes the work of the MAP?

A. Difficult. B.Dangerous. C. Experimental.D. Successful.

B

For those who study the development of intelligence(智力)in the animal world, self-awareness is an important measurement. An animal that is aware(意识)of itself has a high level of intelligence.

Awareness can be tested by studying whether the animal recognizes itself in the mirror, that is, its own reflected image(反射出的影像).Many animals fail this exercise bitterly, paying evry little attention to the reflected image. Only humans, and some intelligent animals like apes and dolphins, have shown to recognize that the image in the mirror is of themselves.

Now another animal has joined the club. In the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers report that an Asian elephant has passed the mirror self-reflection test.

“We thought that elephants were the next important animal,” said Dinana Reiss of the Wildlife Conservation Society, an author of the study with Joshua M.Plotnik and Fans B.M. de Waal of Emory University. With their large brains, Reiss said, elephants “seemed like cousins to apes and dolphins.”

The researchers tested Happy, Maxine and Patty, three elephants at the Bronx Zoo.They put an 8-foot-square mirror on a wall of the animals’ play area (out of the sight of zoo visitors) and recorded what happened with cameras, including one built in the mirror.

The elephants used their long noses to find what was behind it, and to examine parts of their bodies.

Of the three, Happy then passed the test, in which a clear mark was painted on one side of her face. She could tell the mark was there by looking in the mirror, and she used the mirror to touch the mark with her long nose.

Diana Reiss said, "We knew elephants were intelligent, but now we can talk about their intelligence in a better way."

45. What can mirror tests tell us about animals?

A. Whether they have large brains.

B.Whether they have self-awareness.

C. Whether they enjoy outdoor exercises.

D. Whether they enjoy playing with mirrors.

46. Why does the author mention apes and dolphins in the text?

A. They are most familiar to readers.

B. They are big favorites with zoo visitors.

C. They are included in the study by Reiss.

D. They are already known to be intelligent.

47. What made Happy different from Maxine and Patty?

A. She used her nose to search behind the mirror.

B. She recognized her own image in the mirror.

C. She painted a mark on her own face.

D. She found the hidden camera.

C

Student Membership--Cambridge Arts Cinema

Cambridge Arts Cinema is one of the art houses in Britain and home of the internationally celebrated Cambridge Film Festival. Since 1947 generations of students have discovered the wealth of world cinema. Now you too can make most of it and save money.

 

48. Which of the following is the most famous event held at Cambridge Arts Cinema?

A. The Cambridge Film Festival.

B. Meetings with filmmakers.

C. The preview screening.

D. Monthly premieres.

49. If you're a member of Cambridge Arts Cinema, you will enjoy free_

A. Darkroom Gallery shows

B. mailed programmes

C. special film events

D. film shows

50. How long will the membership for Cambridge Arts Cinema last?

A. Four months.                      B. Eight months.

C. Nine months.                      D. One year.

51.For what purpose is the text written?

A. Offering students cheaper tickets.

B. Announcing the opening of a premiere.

C. Telling the public of the cinema's address.

D. Increasing the cinema's membership.

D

The way we do things round here

Some years ago, I was hired by an American bank. I received a letter from the head of the Personnel Department that started, "Dear John, I am quite pleased that you have decided to join us." That "quite" saddened me. I thought he was saying "we're kind of pleased you decided to join us although I wish we had hired someone else." Then I discovered that in American English "quite" sometimes means "very", while in British English it means "fairly".

So the first lesson about working in other countries is to learn the language and by that I don't just mean the words people speak. It is body language, dress, manners, ideas and so on. The way people do things highlights many of the differences we see between cultures(文化).

Some of these differences may be only on the surface-dress, food and hours of work-while others may be deeper and take longer to deal with. Mostly, it is just a question of getting used to the differences and accepting them, like the climate(气候),while getting on with business.

Some of the differences may be an improvement. People are more polite; the service is better; you ask for something to be done and it happens without having to ask again. However, other differences can be troubling, like punctuality(准时).If you invite people to a party at 7 o'clock your guests will consider it polite to turn up exactly on time in Germany, five minutes early in the

American Midwest, an hour early in Japan, 15 minutes afterwards in the UK, up to an hour afterwards in Italy and some time in the evening in Greece. I prefer not to use the word "late" because there is nothing wrong with the times people arrive. It is simply the accepted thing to do in their own country.

52. The author was unhappy as mentioned in Paragraph 1 because he thought______.

A. the American bank didn't think much of him

B. the American bank might hire another person

C. it's difficult to get used to American culture

D. it's easy to misunderstand Americans

53.The word "highlights" in Paragraph 2 probably means_____.

A. encourages B. helps to narrow

C. increases D. draws attention to

54. According to the author, what should we do with most cultural differences?

A. Ask the native people for help.

B. Understand and accept them.

C. Do things in our own way.

D. Do in-depth research.

55. When invited to a party the people who are usually punctual are______.

A. Italians B. Germans C. Greeks D. the British

E

"I didn't hear them call my name," explained Shelley Hennig to Active Teens (AT) as she talked about that exciting moment on national television when she won the honor of Miss Teen USA 2004. "Are you ready?" is what she heard. Then she said, "I shook my head no, and then they said ‘yes’ and it was announced again."

It was four days after that life changing moment for the seventeen-year-old high school student from Destrehan, Louisiana----she was still on cloud nine.

"I was so shocked! I never believed that it could actually really happen." Present in the audience(观众)that day were: her mother and father, older brother, her friends, and her dance teacher.

Understanding why members of her family and her friends would be there, AT asked why her

dance teacher had traveled so far to see her compete(比赛)."She's always been my role model.I've danced with her since I was six. She's been through so many difficulties and came through them all. I've learned to get over bad life's experiences and learned how to move on because of her."

One of those bad life's experiences for Shelley happened three years ago when her brother Brad was killed in a drunk driving accident. He was 18. She found writing helped her get through the rough days. She said, "I write a lot about my brother. I write a lot, a lot, a lot...”

As Miss Louisiana Teen, she traveled around the state speaking to teens(青少年)about the dangers of drinking and driving. In her role as Miss Teen USA, Sheiley will continue to speak to youth about safe driving, in addition to many other things to help the youth.

When AT asked Miss Teen USA if she had any advice for our readers, she said, "Don't let anyone change you. Hang out with people that make you feel good about yourself. That way, it is easy to be yourself."

56.What do the words “on cloud nine” in Paragraph 2 probably mean?

A. frightened       B. troubled          C. very happy       D. very angry

57.Shelley takes her dance teachers as a role medel mainly because she is        .

A. determined      B. friendly           C. strict            D. experienced

58.How many children did the Hennigs have according to the text?

A. 1.               B. 2.                C. 3.               D. 4.

59.What did Shelley often do after she became Miss Louisiana Teen?

A. She visited drunken drivers.

B. She gave dance performance.

C. She made speeches on safe driving.

D. She helped other teens with their studies.

60.What suggestion does Shelley give to the teens?

A. Be yourself with the support of friends.

B.Meet friends whenever possible.

C. Go easy on yourself and others.

D. Have a good role model.

第一部分

1-5 BCDAC   6-10 CDCAB   11-15 DABBC    16-20 DADAB

21-25 ADCBD  26-30 CACBC   31-35 BCADD   36-40 BADBA

1—5 BCDAC 6—10 CDCAB 

11—15 DABBC 16—20 DADAB

21—25 ADCBD 26—30 CACBC

31—35 BCADD 36—40 BADBA

41—45 DCADB 46—50 DBADC

51—55 DADBB 56—60 CACCA

61—65 EAFBD

1 A. cold B. tongue C. comfort D. come

2. A. dead B. great C. head D. health 

3. A. use B. ugly C. upstairs D. button

 5. A. theatre B. thus C. thirty D. feather

 1. A. diary       B. energy    C. reply    D. daily

  2.  A. hit      B. medical   C. perfect   D. clinic

  3.  A.  neighbour   B. weigh     C. eight     D. receive

  4.  A. remind     B. determine   C. smile    D. tidy

  5.  A. experience  B. examine    C. excite   D. explode

 

1.

A. course B. four 

C. thought D. hour

2.

A. match B. teach 

C. machine D.cheese

3. A. purse B. else 

C. rise D. mouse

4. 

A. faith B. cloth 

C. bathe D. smooth

5. A. certain B. train 

C. against D. contain

 

1.  A. lost B.  stop

C. shock D. rose

2.A. thick B. southern 

C. mathematics D. method

3. 

A. house B. country 

C. mouseD. ground 

5.  A. animal B. anything 

C. advance D. anxious

 

1.A. nearly B. search C. dear D. hear

2.2. A. stomach B. headache C. technique D. research

4. A. base B. season C. Asia D. safely

5. A. subject B. cute C. huge D. museum

1. A. button     B. but    C. bury         D. duck

2. A. bought   B. cough       C. encourage     D. thought

3. A. flow     B. allow        C. pillow    D. follow

4. A. breathe    B. read        C. pleasure       D. reach

5. A. handkerchief   B. teacher   C. ache        D. merchant

⒈A. treasure B. theater  C. tearful D. realize

⒉A. persuade B. insist C. sugar D. sister

⒊A. alone B. carrot C. company D. Germany

⒋A. opposite B. color C. pioneer D. police

⒌A. official B. society C. chocolate D. oppion

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