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核心导读: 第一部分:听力(略)第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,满分40分)第一节:(满分30分)ATherearepopularprogrammesabouttheworkofthepoliceonTV.Peoplelikethembecausetheyareinterestinganduseful.InLondonthereisaTVprog 第一部分:听力(略) 第二
核心导读:  第一部分:听力(略)第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,满分40分)第一节:(满分30分)ATherearepopularprogrammesabouttheworkofthepoliceonTV. Peoplelikethembecausetheyareinterestinganduseful.    InLondonthereisaTVprog

 

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  第一部分:听力(略)
第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,满分40分)
第一节:(满分30分)
A
There are popular programmes about the work of the police on TV.  People like them because they are interesting and useful.
     In London there is a TV programme called “Police Five”. It takes five minutes a week. A TV reporter talks about crimes(犯罪) in London. He asks people for help, because the police station needs their help.
    The TV reporter shows picture of lost painting, lost cars and other lost things during the week. Sometimes he shows the picture of the car that the thieves(贼) drove away. When people see the picture of such things on TV, they may remember something so that they may tell the police where or when they saw them. With their help the police may catch more thieves. 中学资源网,完全免费的中学资源网站
     Sometimes the police find a car or something expensive that has ever been lost, the TV reporter shows them on TV. Then the owners may see them and they can get them back. 
56.“Police Five” is _______.
A. name of a TV reporter.             B. time of a TV  programme
C. the name of a TV programme       D. a police station.
57. “Po lice Five” is shown _________.
A. every week   B. once a week  C. five minutes a day  D. five times a week
58. This programme is about ___________.
A. a TV reporter     B. painting      C. cars       D. crimes
59. The police _______by this programme. zxzyw.cn,中学资源网
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B
In recent years advances in medical technology have made it possible for people to live longer than in the past. New medicines and machines are being developed every day to extend life. However, some people, including some doctors, are not in favor of (不赞成) these life extending measures, and they argue that people should have the  right to die when they want. They say that the quality (质量) of life is as important as life itself and that people should not be forced to go on living when conditions of life have become unbearable. They saw that people should be allowed to die with dignity (尊严) and to decide when they want to die. Others argue that life under any conditions is better than death and the duty of doctors is always to extend life as long as possible. And so the battle goes on and on without a definite (明确) answer.
61. The best title for this passage is ___________.
A. The Right to Live      B. The Right to Die  

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C. The Doctor’s Duty      D. Life Is Better Than Death
62. In recent years, people can live longer than in the past. It’s because of ___________.
A. the develo pment of medical technology        B. big hospitals
C. good doctors                             D. good living conditions
63. According to some people, whether a dying patient has the right to die or not is up to (该由)  _____.
A. the doctors          B. the surroundings   
C. his or her family      D. the patient himself or herself
64. In the writer’s opinion ______________.
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A. death is better than life         B. life is better than death
C. neither death nor life is good    D. None of the above
65. Which of the following statements is true according to the passage?
A. Most of the medical workers join in the argument.
B.The argument has ended in favor of the patient.
C.The argument hasn’t ended yet.
    D. The quality of life is not as important as life itself. 

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                                  C
Cao Min couldn’t believe she was experiencing exactly what she had seen years ago in the film “Titanic”.
Cao and her two children from Anhui Province were traveling on board the “Liaoludu 7” on February 22. They were among the first people on the ship who were rescued by lifeboats. Cao’s one-year-old son was the youngest passenger on board.
The “Liaoludu 7” was traveling in the Bohai Straits from Lvshun in Liaoning Province to the port city of Longkou in Shandong Province. It suddenly lost its power at 2:30 pm and tilted(倾斜) on its side. With 81 people on board, the ferry began to sink.
“I was so scared that my legs couldn’t move forward. They kept shaking even when I was asked to jump onto a lifeboat,” Cao recalled. 本文来自中学资源网
Upon receiving the mayday appeal (紧急呼救), China Marine Search and Rescue Centre immediately informed the State Council. The center sent eight lifeboats to the fishing boats.
After more than four hours of fighting strong winds and freezing ocean water, the passengers were recovered. All but four survived. These four died after spending too long time in the freezing waters, according to a spokesperson for the Beijing-based center.
66. According to the passage, which of the following is TRUE?
A. The film “Titanic” had been on show again in Shanghai.
B. Cao Min and her children experienced the terrible accident.
C. “Liaoludu 7” with all passengers on board were saved.
D. The ferry began to sink on the way to the port of Liaoning.
67. From the passage we can infer that                  . 中学资源网,完全免费的中学资源网站
A. China Marine Search and Rescue Centre quickly carried out the rescue task
B. the center sent eight lifeboats and asked for help from the United Nations
C. the passengers were fighting strong winds and freezing ocean water for one hour
D. the ferry sank into the sea immediately it tilted on its side at 2:30 pm
68. According to the passage, ________ passengers on board were still alive.
A. four   B. seventy-seven    C. eight   D. eighty-one
D
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69.  Which of the following magazines will probably provide you with articles about music and paintings?
A. Apollo  B. The Week   C. New Internationalist   D. The Guardian Weekly
70 It is possible that most of the readers of the four magazines are ________ .
A. men      B. women      C. children      D. grown-ups
71 Which of the following would you most probably read if you want to get information from the world’s most popular newspapers?
A. Apollo & The Week     
B. Apollo & New Internationalist
C. The Guardian Weekly & The Week 
D. The Guardian Weekly & New Internationalist
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第二节(满分10分)
For over one hundred and fifty years, Americans of all social classes have worn blue jeans.  1  Whether they are worn for work or for fashion today.Strauss' invention continues to be popular not only among Americans but also among people around the world.
Levi Strauss was born in Germany in 1829.  2    He grew up in Kentucky before moving to New York in 1847.Before becoming an American citizen and moving to the West in 1853, Strauss worked in his brother's dry goods business.This gave him a chance to p roduce his famous invention.After the gold rush of 1949, Strauss decided to move to the West to seek his fortunes.
Strauss did not want to be a person who searched an area for minerals.Instead, he knew he could make a good living by selling supplies to the miners.At first, he planned to sell sewing supp lies and cloth.  3  When he heard miners complaining that their clothes were easily broken or they usually tore their pockets during mining, he decided to use a special fabric to make pants for the miners.These pants proved so popular that he quickly ran out of materials to make more. 本文来自中学资源网
In 1873, Strauss received a letter from a Jewish tailor named Jacob Davis who had invented a process of connecting pockets with copper rivets(铆钉).This made the pants last a long time.Because Davis did not have the money to patent his idea, he offered to share it with Strauss if Strauss would agree to pay for the patent.  4   .
The business has been growing ever since and Levi Strauss' company is now one of the largest clothing companies in the world.
By the time Strauss died in 1902, he had made a great contribution to American fashion. 5  
A.As a young boy, he moved with his family to the United States.
B.Nobody knew what kind of material was suitable.
C.He did and Levi jeans have been made with metal rivets ever since.
D.However, he did not get much business for those products.

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E.He also made a great contribution to America's clothing industry.
F.Since they were invented by Levi Strauss, they have become a symbol of American consumer culture.
G.As the business grew, Strauss got much money from it. 本文来自中学资源网

第三部分
第一节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)
阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从36~55各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。
My First Day
    I was still shy in the presence of a crowd. And my first day at the new   36   made me a laughing stock of the classroom. I was sent to the blackboard to write my   37  . I knew my name, and knew how to write it, but standing at the blackboard with the ____38  of so many pupils on my back made me   39  inside and I was unable to write a single letter.
     "Write your name," the teacher called to me. I   40   the white chalk to the blackboard and, as I was about to write, my mind went blank; I could not remember my name,   41   the first letter. 内容来自z@x@z@y@w.cn
Somebody laughed and I became   42    "Just forget us and write your name," the teacher called and walked to my side,   43   at me to give me confidence.
    "What’ s your name?" she asked. "Richard," I ____44. "Then write it."
I turned to the  blackboard and lifted my hand to write, but then I was   45   again. I tried to   46___  my senses but I could remember nothing. I realized how totally I was   47   and I grew weak and leaned my hot forehead   48   the cold blackboard. The room burst into a loud   49   and my muscles froze. I sat and   50   myself. Why did I always appear so dumb   51   I was called upon to perform in a crowd? I knew how to write as well as any other pupil in the classroom, and there was no    52   I could read better than any of them, and I could tal k   53   when I was sure of myself. Then why did strange   54   make me freeze? I sat with my ears and neck   55__, hearing the pupils around me whisper, hating myself. 中学资源网,完全免费的中学资源网站
36. A. school            B. house           C. office              D. lab
37. A. address           B. name           C. website             D. hobby
38. A. presence          B. pressure         C. eyes               D. smiles
39. A. freeze            B. struggle         C. fall                D. think 中学资源网,完全免费的中学资源网站
40. A. took             B. picked          C. carried             D. lifted
41. A. still             B. ever             C. even              D. also
42. A. delighted         B. nervous         C. disappointed        D. angry
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44. A. whispered       B. explained        C. shouted            D. nodded
45. A. empty          B. stupid           C. quiet              D. blank
46. A. form           B. collect           C. make              D. catch
47. A. fighting         B. feeling          C. failing             D. afraid
48. A. by            B. before             C. from              D. against 本¥文¥来$自$中$学%资源网
49. A. laughter        B. noise            C. cry                D. cheer
50. A. calmed         B. hid             C. comforted           D. blamed
51. A. where          B. that            C. when               D. as
52. A. need           B. doubt           C. wonder            D. use

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53. A. correctly       B. anxiously        C. clearly             D. freely
54. A. faces          B. teachers         C. places             D. classrooms
55. A. shaking         B. suffering        C. burning           D. Hurting
第二节(满分15分)
When I was 8 years old, I once decided to run away from home. With my suitcase packed and some sandwiches in a bag, I started for the front door and said to Mom, “I_____1__ (leave).” 
 “If you want to run away , that’s all right,” she said. “But you came into this home __2___ anything and you can leave the same way.” I threw my suitcase and sandwiches on the floor heavily and started for the door again.

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 “Wait a minute,” Mom said. “I want your _3___ back. You didn’t wear anything when you arrived.” This really angered me. I tore my clothes off—shoes, socks, underwear and all—and   shouted , “Can I go now?” “Yes,” Mom answer ed, “but once you close that door, don ’t expect ___4___(come )back.”x kb 1
 I was so angry that I slammed (砰地关上) the door and stepped out on the front porch.   ___5____ (sudden) I realized that I was outside, with nothing on. Then I noticed that down the street, two neighbor girls were walking toward our house. I ran to bide behind a big tree in our yard at once. After a while, I was sure the girls____6___ (pass) by. I dashed to the front door and banged on it loudly.
 “Who’s there?” I heard.
    “It’s Billy! Let me in!”
 The voice behind __7___ door answered, “Billy doesn’t live here anymore. He ran away from home.” _____8____ (glance) behind me to see if anyone else was coming, I begged, “Aw, c’mon, Mom! I’m still your son. Let me __9___!”
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 The door inched open and Mom’s smiling face appeared. “Did you change your __10___ (decide) about running away?” she asked.
 “What’s for supper?” I answered.  zxzyw.cn

第四部分  写作(共二节,满分35分)
第一节:短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
    此题要求改正所给短文中的错误。对标有题号的每一行做出判断:如无错误,在该行右边横线上画一个勾(√);如有错误(每行只有一个错误),则按下列情况改正:
    该行多一个词:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉,在该行右边横线 上写出该词,并也用斜线划掉。
    该行缺一个词:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),在该行右边横线上写出该加的词。
    该行错一个词:在错的词下划一横线,在该词下面写出修改后的词。
How I hate act dishonestly in exams! This morning, Henry tried to 
    
copy his answers. He whispered to me so that the teacher couldn't hear.
  
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mad. Henry is my friend. I really don't want to destroy our    
         
friendship. But showing him the answers would be something that went
 
against my beliefs. During an exam, I tried several ways to guard my
 
answers so that Henry wouldn't be able to see it. I moved myself closer
 
to my desk, and I covered my papers with my arms. After the exam, I  
 
explained how I was felt to Henry and promised to help him study  
  
before the next exam. Henry understood that and I finally able to breathe 

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again.
第二节. 书面表达 25%
某英语报社开展就中学生可不可以带手机上学的话题讨论。假如你是李华,请你根据下表所提供的信息,向该报编辑写一封英文信,发表观点。
手机的优点 1.便于与父母和朋友联系;
2.能增加乐趣。
带手机上学存在的问题 1.上课时使用手机干扰教学
2.用手机聊天、发短信费时费钱。
建议 1.上课时不许使用手机;
2.贵重物品,个人宜妥善保管。
注意:1.信的开头己为你写好,不计入总词数;2.词数;100左右。
书面表达(满分25分)
Dear Editor, 
I’m a senior two student . I’m writing to tell you my opinion
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参考答案
 
书面表达
 However , there are some problems with using mobile phones . The ring of phones can disturb teachers and students in the classroom . Another problem is that some students can spend too much time and money on phone calls and sending messages . 
In conclusion , I suggest students not use phones in the classroom . Also , as it is expensive , the owner should take good care of it .
Yours sincerely ,
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