湖北省黄冈中学2008届高三11月联考
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Summary:湖北省黄冈中学2008届高三11月联考 英 语 试 题 第I卷(三部分,共110分) 第一部分:听力理解(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.

  • 湖北省黄冈中学2008届高三11月联考
    英 语 试 题
    第I卷(三部分,共110分)
    第一部分:听力理解(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 are they talking about?
    A.The radio. B.The weather. C.The weekend.
    2.How does the man prefer to go to work?
    A.By car. B.By bus. C.On foot
    3.Where did the conversation possibly take place?
    A.In the bedroom. B.In the living room. C.In the restaurant.
    4.To whom is the woman speaking?
    A.Her boss. B.Her husband. C.A policeman.
    5.What does the man mean?
    A.Only one seat was empty.
    B.One of the students was absent from the lecture.
    C.The lecture was so interesting that the lecture-room was full of people.
    第二节 (共15小题;每题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,每小题将给出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至8题。
    6.What is the woman good at?
    A.Law. B.Teaching. C.Designing.
    7.How long will the girl work altogether?
    A.3 months. B.3.5 months. C.Just 4 months.
    8.What Can we learn from the end of the interview?
    A.The woman will lose the job.
    B.The woman must take another interview.
    C. The woman will work full-time.
    听第7段材料,回答第9至11题。
    9.What are they talking about?
    A.Visiting the museum. B.Sightseeing. C.Collecting coins.
    10.Why does not the man want to go to the museum?
    A.Because he isn’t interested in museum.
    B.Because he isn’t interested in birds.
    C.Because he isn’t interested in coins.
    11.What will the man go to the island mainly to see?
    A.Some plants. B.Some birds. C.Some flowers.
    听第8段材料,回答第12至14题。
    12.What’s the speaker’s purpose in this talk?
    A.To introduce some political thinkers.
    B.To tell how the course is organized.
    C.To explain how to write the paper.
    13.When will the speaker come to discuss papers?
    A.Before class on Tuesday.
    B.Over the weekend.
    C.On Thursday and Friday afternoon.
    14.What must the students do with the papers that are returned on Thursday?
    A.Rewrite it. B.Present it to the class. C.Discuss the papers.
    听第9段材料,回答第15至17题。
    15.What’s the probable relationship between the speakers?
    A.Husband and wife. B.Father and daughter. C.Mother and son.
    16.Which is true about today?
    A.Neither of them prefer to stay at home.
    B.It’s Children’s day.
    C.There will be a lot of celebrations in the evening.
    17.What can we learn from the conversation?
    A.The circus is leaving the town.
    B.The man must enjoy ballet very much.
    C.There’s always too much traffic in town.
    听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。
    18.Where do this conversation most probably take place?
    A.In a kitchen. B.In a hotel. C.In a restaurant.
    19.What’s the woman’s tone in the conversation?
    A.Complaining. B.Worrying. C.Expressing.
    20.What will the man do next?
    A.Paying back the woman’s money
    B.Bringing the food back to the kitchen.
    C.Informing someone in charge of the matter.
    第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节, 满分55分)
    第一节:单项填空(共10小题,每小题1分,满分10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,并在答题卡上将该选项的标号涂黑。
    21.The more actively involved in learning one gets, the more rapidly he/she will progress, that is,
    plays an important role in knowledge acquisition.
    A.courage B.ambition C.motivation D.talent
    22.His accusation(诉讼)is hard to judge for the moment, because now all the existing laws don’t
    it.
    A.apply to B.refer to C.appeal for D.allow for
    23.The U.S.A. makes a lot of excuses in an attempt to make war on Iran, however, its
    purpose lies in the abundant oil there.
    A.logical B.fundamental C.accurate D.common
    24.After a long discussion about the advantages and disadvantages of the plan, they finally came to a(n) that it was practical.
    A.decision B.opinion C.conclusion D.impression
    25.The government has decided to have the shabby old buildings to make way for the new streets leading to the beautiful West Lake.
    A.let off B.let down C.knocked off D.knocked down
    26.Despite high prices of the goods, the shopping mall is always attracting a lot of customers for its supplies.
    A.various B.discount C.abundant D.effective
    27.It is those who are of the matter that should answer for it, so don’t be worried.
    A.involved B.associated C.accused D.related
    28.—What do you think of the displayed clothes in the shop window?
    —Perfect. All of them are designed the most fashionable styles.
    A.in exchange for B.in answer to C.in want of D.in accordance with
    29.Considering the complicated a academic topic, try to your speech in case it should go beyond the children.
    A.deliver B.account C.simplify D.shorten
    30.During the flight to the Moon, Chang’e I Satellite adjusts her direction so that she can go into her programmed orbit and then circle around it at the most appropriate angle(角度).
    A.eventually B.gradually C.constantly D.continuously
    第二节:根据汉语意思用所给单词的正确形式完成句子(共10小题;每题1.5分,总计15分)
    31.Having seen a horrible film, the little girl, full of fear, went to bed (让灯开着).(on)
    32.With their small income, hardly (下岗工人能够维持生计),so they have to live on the allowances given by the government.(end)
    33.The young man (冒着被撞倒的危险)to take the child on the busy road to safety. (risk)
    34.Her eyes (盯着那幅画), she thought of the beautiful days spent in the country in her childhood. (fix)
    35.There are many things we need to (充分考虑)before we buy an expensive product. (consideration)
    36.She is always doing everything for her son, which is (她错误所在).(go)
    37.Yesterday my friend (遭遇扒手掏兜了)on her way to see her friend. (pick)
    38.At the thought of (他在英语上已取得了进步), he will think of the strict and kind teacher. (progress)
    39.Had I followed your advice to take with my umbrella, I (就不会淋雨), so now I am running a high fever. (catch)
    40.He was admitted to a key university with honors in 2005 and ever since he (致力于学医)to be a good doctor. (dovote)
    第二节 完型填空(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41—60各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上涂黑。
    It was New Year’s night. An aged man was standing at a window. He raised his mournful eyes towards the deep 41 sky, where the stars were 42 like white lilies(百合花)on the surface of a clear calm lake. Then he threw them on the earth, where a few more 43 people than himself now moved towards their certain goal-the 44 . He had already passed sixty of the 45 leading to it, and he had brought from his journey nothing but errors and regret. Now his health was poor, his mind 46 , his heart sorrowful, and his old age short of 47 .
    The days of his youth appeared like dreams before him, and he recalled the 48 moment when his father placed him at the 49 to the two roads-one leading to a 50 , sunny place, covered with flowers, fruits and resounding with soft, sweet songs; the other leading to a deep, dark cave, which was endless, 51 poison flowed instead of water and where devils(恶魔)and poisonous snakes hissed and crawled.
    He saw the 52 fading away in the darkness, and these were the days of his 53 life; He saw a star fall from the sky and disappeared, and this was the 54 of himself. His regret, which was like a sharp arrow, struck deeply into his heart. Then he remembered his friends in his childhood, who entered on life together with him. But they had 55 to success and were now honored and happy on this New Year’s night.
    The clock in the high church tower struck and the sound made him remember his parents’ early love for him. They had taught him and 56 to God for his good. But he chose the 57 way. With shame and grief he 58 no longer look towards that heaven where his father live. His darkened eyes were full of tears, and with a despairing 59 , he burst out a cry; “Come back, my 60 days! Come back!”
    41.A.grey B.blue C.black D.cloudy
    42.A.floating B.flashing C.hanging D.shining
    43.A.purposeless B.purposeful C.hopeful D.hopeless
    44.A.house B.tomb C.church D.birthplace
    45.A.dreams B.moments C.incidents D.stages
    46.A.strange B.pale C.blank D.shallow
    47.A.allowances B.comforts C.experiences D.memories
    48.A.serious B.awful C.tough D.desperate
    49.A.end B.entrance C.origin D.base
    50.A.lonely B.noisy C.quiet D.peaceful
    51.A.which B.that C.whose D.where
    52.A.people B.lights C.stars D.clouds
    53.A.accustomed B.rewarded C.wasted D.occupied
    54.A.symbol B.fate C.future D.outcome
    55.A.lost their heart B.devoted their attention
    C.made their way D.given their way
    56.A.prayed B.attached C.adjusted D.turned
    57.A.ordinary B.unfamiliar C.wrong D.difficult
    58.A.would B.could C.should D.dared
    59.A.anxiety B.effort C.patience D.attempt
    60.A.early B.good C.old D.shameful
    第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题,每题2分,满分40分)
    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
    Jonathan James looks like just another kid about to graduate from high school. But this 19- year-old Swede is anything but ordinary, from the computer in his parents’ home, he helps the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) find out the world’s most wanted web criminals.
    Johathan first made headlines when he and another Swede, Fredrik Bjoerck, found out the maker of the “Melissa” virus in March 1999. He came to the aid of the FBI again on May 7, finding out the suspected sender of the dangerous “I LOVE YOU” virus. The suspect was caught in Manila on May 8.
    Johathan’ s special skills are in hot demand as officials around the world express alarm at the “virtual” crime wave. In between studying for final exams, hanging out with friends and refereeing his younger brother’s football matches, the quiet, gentle teenager also gives lessons on e – security to large companies. He reads a lot and exchanges information with other computer experts to know much about the latest tricks of the hacker trade.
    Many companies have already tried to employ him, but he is not interested at the moment. Instead, he plans to begin law school in the autumn at Sweden’s Uppsala University and start up his own e – security company.
    Although he works with the FBI now, his family insists he’s just “a regular kid”. “Jonathan is a great kid, he has his friends and he does a lot more than just play with the computer,” his little sister Tessa said, adding that he helps the FBI because “he likes to help,” not because he’s looking for fame and recognition.
    When the world was hit by the “Love Bug” virus, Jonathan was too busy preparing a speech on e – security to look into the problem. “Finally on May 7, I had some free time, so I began looking.” Within a few hours, he had found the suspect and e – mailed his method and results to the FBI. He said his work on the “Melissa” virus, which took three weeks to slove, was a big help in finding the suspect so quickly.
    “This time I knew exactly where to start, I knew what to disregard and what to look at.”
    61.The passage mainly wants to tell us that__________.
    A.any web criminals will surely be found out wherever they are
    B.Jonathan is really a quiet, gentle and ordinary boy
    C.many companies want the young computer expert to join in
    D.Swedish kid helps FBI find out the most wanted web criminals
    62.The public started to know something about Jonathan just from .
    A.his work together with Fredrik Bjoerck to find out the maker of the “Melissa” virus
    B.his helping the US FBI to find out the sender of the dangerous “I LOVE YOU” virus
    C.his little sister’s talk about his good qualities as a regular kid and a good programmer
    D.his speech on e – security to many computer companies after his fight against hackers
    63.From Jonathan’s success in finding out the sender of the dangerous ‘LOVE Bug” virus we can infer that .
    A.where there’s a will, there’s a way B.hard work leads to success
    C.experience is knowledge D.failure is the mother of success
    64.What we know about Jonathan is that .
    A.he is a good fame hunter with various abilities.
    B.he is a regular kid but does something unusual.
    C.he is an expert on security, not interested in running a company.
    D.he is such a brave fighter that any criminal will feel afraid.
    B
    More and more TV shows, movies and sporting events are being broadcast in High Definition (HD) -including “Good Morning America.” If you want to join the millions who are already experiencing a superior picture, you’ll need a High Definition TV (HDTV). But even if you’re ready to retire your old TV-or move it into the back bedroom where no one will ever see it-you’re bound to have lots of questions before you make an investment in a new drool-worthy HDTV.
    You might be wondering about hardware, cost and how to actually receive High Definition programming on your set. “GMA” technology contributor Becky Worley offers this instruction to understanding the complicated world of HD.
    What is HDTV ①?
    High definition TV is a richer transmission of television signals that makes for a more vivid viewing experience. HDTV is to standard TV what FM radio is to AM radio. HDTV is crisp, clear and noise-free, with resolution that is at least twice that of analog (模拟信号)television and CD-quality sound.
    How Do I Get HDTV ②?
    HDTV signals are broadcast via antennas (天线)in urban areas, and via satellite TV or cable TV.
    To receive an over-the air HDTV signal, you must live within a certain radius(半径)of an HDTV broadcast antenna and have the proper HDTV tuner (调谐器) or antenna installed in your home.
    To receive a Cable or Satellite HDTV signal, you must have a proprietary (专利的)HDTV set-top box supplied by your provider.
    Not all programming is available in HDTV yet, but many network shows and sporting events are currently in HD and many more are converting over.
    When you watch a DVD on your HDTV, it is not technically HDTV quality, but it will look crisper on your HDTV than on a regular TV.
    HDTV, HD-Ready TV, and EDTV
    There are three major terms that will describe the high-end TV sets that are on sale today :HDTV ③ are TV sets that can receive and process over-the-air HD signals. You may need an antenna to receive the HD signal, but an HD tuner is built into the set and can process the signal without any other equipment. If you want to receive an HD signal from your cable or satellite provider, you will need one of the provider’s proprietary set-top boxes.
    HD-Ready TV are TV sets that need an additional piece of hardware to actually receive the HD signal, such as a stand-alone HD tuner (from $250 and up) or the set-top HDTV box provided by your cable or satellite TV company.
    EDTV stands for Enhanced Digital Television. The visual quality of an EDTV is better than a standard analog TV, but is not as crisp or bright as a true HDTV.
    65.Which of the following best describe the features of HDTV?
    A.It offers programs with clearer pictures and sound of better quality.
    B.It offers more interesting and entertaining programs.
    C.It offers more TV channels and choices of programs.
    D.It offers program for high technology
    66.“HDTV is to standard TV what FM radio is to AM radio.” in this passage is .
    A.an example to show HDTV is different from common TV.
    B.an example to show the similarity between HDTV and FM radio.
    C.a comparison to show HDTV is more advanced than common TV.
    D.a comparison to show HDTV is better than FM radio.
    67.As for the meaning of “HDTV” in different places (①②③) of this article, which of the following statement is TRUE?
    A.①and ③carry the same meaning while ②carries different meaning.
    B.①and ②carry the same meaning while ③carries different meaning.
    C.②and ③carry the same meaning while ①carries different meaning.
    D.①, ②and ③all carry the same meaning.
    68.If you want to receive HDTV program at home, you should have .
    A.an antenna, an HDTV set and a tuner
    B.an HD-ready TV set and live within the radius of an HDTV broadcast antenna
    C.an EDTV set and a set-top box
    D.an HDTV set, an antenna and live within the radius of an HDTV broadcast antenna
    C
    LONDON — Britain awoke on Easter Monday to a period of mourning for the Queen Mother, who died over the weekend after a life spanning a century of noisy and evident change. The 101-year-old royal matriarch died in her sleep last Saturday with Queen Elizabeth, her elder and only surviving daughter, at her bedside. For a woman who was one of the best-known figures in Britain for more than 80 years - from the time of colored portraits on tin biscuit boxes and cigarette cards to the age of the Internet, the Queen Mother remained an mysterious figure that is difficult to capture.
    She achieved such a respect through immeasurable long time of, first, flattering and, later, intrusive media fascination, by remaining almost entirely silent. Her private thoughts were never showed off in public. What the public saw was a charming and kind elderly lady, expert at winning the admiration of press photographers, whom she always favored with a particular smile.
    XINHUA(2007-10-29 06:51)—China’s lunar probe Chang’e I is expected to arrive at the apogee(远地点)of more than 120,000 kilometers from the earth on Monday afternoon after its third orbital transfer after launch, according to the moon probe team.
    Ultraviolet image sensors installed on the satellite will begin to work to collect information on the earth and the moon after it enters the 48-hour orbit, Wang Yejun, chief engineer with the Beijing Aerospace Control Center(BACC) told Xinhua.
    The images it collects will be transmitted back to the earth when it enters the lunar orbit, Wang said.
    The satellite will start its propeller when it begins the transfer to raise its apogee from 70,000 kilometers to 120,000 kilometers, according to Wang.
    Wang said the working time of Chang’e –1 engine will be longer than that in the second transfer.
    Since Saturday, surveillance posts , on land and sea, and four astronomical observatories have kept watching over Chang’e –1. According to the data received so far, all systems of the satellite have been working normally.
    TAIPEI-A powerful earthquake hit Taiwan, killing five construction workers, authorities said. Over 200 injuries were reported across the island, mostly minor, as a result of Sunday’s 7.5-magnitude quake. The quake was centered off Hualien, 180 kilometers east of Taipei. It struck at 2:53 pm and lasted for nearly a minute.
    69.Which of the following statements is true according to the news?
    A.The British people felt sorry for the death of the Queen Mother.
      B.The Queen Mother was an attractive person in her political life.
      C.The Queen Mother died on Easter Monday alone.
      D.The Queen Mother was suffering a lot when she was dying.
    70.It can be inferred that .
    A.ultraviolet image sensors installed on the satellite has transmitted back information on the
    moon surface
    B.it will take the craft at least 48 hours to arrive at the apogee of more than 120,000
    kilometers from the earth.
    C.according to the date received so far, China’s lunar probe Chang’e I had been a great
    success till the passage is written.
      D.the Chinese scientists did a lot of experiments in space.
    71.The third news mainly talks about the _______ in Taiwan.
    A.political matters B.unexpected damage C.social problems D.construction workers
    D
    On the Olympic flag, the rings appear on a white background. The flag reinforces the idea of the Olympic Movement’s universality, as it brings together all the countries of the world.
    Pierre de Coubertin, the father of the modern Olympic Games, explains the meaning of the flag: “The Olympic flag has a white background, with five interlaced rings in the centre: blue, yellow, black, green and red. This design is symbolic; it represents the five continents of the world, united by Olympism, while the six colors are those that appear on all the national flags of the world at the present time.” (1931)
    Combined in this way, the six colors of the flag(including the white of the background) represent all nations. It is wrong, therefore, to believe that each of the colors corresponds to a
    certain continent!
    At the Olympic Games, the flag is brought into the stadium during the opening ceremony. Since the 1960 Games in Rome (Italy), it has been carried horizontally by a delegation of athletes or other people well known for their positive work in society.
    After its arrival, the flag is hoisted up the flagpole. It must fly in the stadium during the whole of the Games. When the flag is lowered at the closing ceremony, it signals the end of the Games.
    The mayor of the host city of the Games passes the Olympic flag to the mayor of the next host city of the Games.
    In the history, even though Pierre de Coubertin intended the Olympic Games to be an international event from the time of their re-establishment in 1896 in Athens (Greece), it was only at the 1912 Games in Stockholm (Sweden) that, for the first time, the participants came from all five continents. One year later, in 1913, the five rings appeared at the top of a letter written by Pierre de Coubertin. He drew the rings and colored them in by hand. He then described this symbol in the Olympic Review of August 1913. It was also Coubertin who had the idea for the Olympic flag. He presented the rings and flag in June 1914 in Paris at the Olympic Congress.
    The First World War prevented the Games from being celebrated in 1916 in Berlin (Germany) as planned. It was not until 1920 in Antwerp (Belgium) that the flag and its five rings could be seen flying in an Olympic stadium.
    The universality conveyed by the rings and the flag was a new idea at the beginning of the 20th century. Nationalism was very strong and tension between certain countries was high. It was in this climate, however, that Coubertin proposed a symbol which aimed to encourage world unity.
    72.The author mentioned Olympic Games except the one in 1916 in the passage.
    A.2 B.3 C.4 D.5
    73.Which of the following agrees with the passage? .
    A.Pierre de Coubertin contributed a lot to the Olympics
    B.Each of the colors corresponds to a certain continent
    C.The flag is aimed at promoting the world economy.
    D.When the flag is brought into the stadium, it signals the beginning of the Games
    74.Which statement is NOT TRUE according to the author? .
    A.The flag reinforces the idea of the Olympic Movement’s universality
    B.It was not until 1920 Games in Antwerp(Beigium)that, for the first time, the participants came from all five continents.
    C.The flag was a new idea at the beginning of the 20th century
    D.The flag must fly in the stadium during the whole of the Games
    75.Which of the following can be used as the best title of the passage? .
    A.One world, One dream
    B.Green Beijing, Greet Olympics
    C.the Father of the Modern Olympic Games
    D.the History of the Olympic Flag
    E
    As we have seen, the focus of medical care in our society has been shifting from curing disease to preventing disease – especially in terms of changing our many unhealthy behaviors, such as poor eating habits, smoking, and failure to exercise. The line of thought involved in this shift can be pursued further. Imagine a person who is about the right weight, but does not eat very nutritious foods, who feels OK but exercises only occasionally, who goes to work every day, but is not an outstanding worker, who drinks a few beers at home most nights but does not drive while drunk, and who has no chest pains or abnormal blood counts, but sleeps a lot and often feels tired. This person is not ill. He may not even be at risk for any particular disease. But we can imagine that this person could be a lot healthier.
    The field of medicine has not traditionally distinguished between someone who is merely “not ill” and someone who is in excellent health and pays attention to the body’s special needs. Both types have simply been called “well”. In recent years, however, some health specialists have begun to apply the terms “well” and “wellness” only to those who are actively striving to maintain and improve their health. People who are well are concerned with nutrition and exercise and they make a point of monitoring their body’s condition. Most important, perhaps, people who are well take active responsibility for all matters related to their health. Even people who have a physical disease or handicap may be “well,” in this new sense, if they make an effort to maintain the best possible health they can in the face of their physical limitations. “Wellness” may perhaps best be viewed not as a state that people can achieve, but as an ideal that people can strive for. People who are well are likely to be better able to resist disease and to fight disease when it strikes. And by focusing attention on healthy ways of living, the concept of wellness can have a beneficial impact on the ways in which people face the challenges of daily life.
    76.Today medical care is placing more stress on .
    A.removing people's bad living habits
    B.monitoring patients’ body functions
    C.keeping people in a healthy physical condition
    D.ensuring people’s psychological well-being
    77.In the first paragraph, people are reminded that .
    A.regular health checks are essential to keeping fit
    B.drinking, even if not to excess, could be harmful
    C.good health is more than not being ill
    D.prevention is more difficult than cure
    78.Traditionally, a person is considered “well” if he .
    A.does not have any unhealthy living habits
    B.is free from any kind of disease
    C.is able to handle his daily routines
    D.does not have any physical handicaps
    79.According to the author, the true meaning of “wellness” is for people .
    A.to best satisfy their body's special needs
    B.to meet the strictest standards of bodily health
    C.to strive to maintain the best possible health
    D.to keep a proper balance between work and leisure
    80.According to what the author suggests, which of the following groups of people would be considered healthy?
    A.People who have strong muscles as well as slim figures.
    B.People who are not presently experiencing any symptoms(症状)of disease
    C.People who can recover from illness even without seeking medical care.
    D.People who try to be in as sound mind as possible, regardless of their physical limitations.
    第四部分:书面表达(满分25分)
    因为有毒食品致死的事例经常见诸报端,现在请你以“Let’s all go out for food safety”为标题根据下表提示完成一篇短文。




    话题

    食品安全已经引起极大关注


    原因

    厂商唯利是图,生产伪劣垃圾食品


    滥用农药和添加剂


    认真对待食品安全

    厂商:既关注利润,也关注质量


    监督员:严控安全标准,严罚不良厂商


    消费者:尽量选择绿色食品
    注意:①避免直译,要求层次清楚,内容连贯。
    ②字数120字左右。
    参考词汇:
    添加剂:addictive 严厉:severely
    监督员:supervisor 消费者:consumer







    参考答案
    i.听力部分
    1—5 BABCC 6—10 ABCBC 11—15 BBCAA 16—20 BACAC
    ii.单项选择
    21—25 CABCD 26—30 ACDCB
    iii.完成句子
    31.with the light on
    32.can the laid-off workers make ends meet
    33.risked being knocked down
    34.fixed on/ upon the picture
    35.take into full consideration
    36.where she goes wrong
    37.had her pocket picked
    38.the progress(that/ which) he has made in English
    39.wouldn’t have been/ got caught in the rain
    40.had been devoted to medicine/has been devoting himself to medicine
    iv.完型填空
    41—45 BADBD 46—50 CBABD 51—55 DBCAC 56—60 ACDBA
    v.阅读理解
    61—65 DACBA 66—70 CBDAC 71—75 BCABD 76—80 ACBCD
    【答案与解析】A篇主要讲述了19个瑞典男孩Jonathan凭借自己出色的电脑技术帮助美国联邦调查局寻找网络犯罪分子。
    61.D 主旨题。根据…he helps the UD Federal Bureau of Investigation(FBI)find out the world’s most wanted cyber criminals可确定答案。
    62.A 细节题。根据Jonathan first made headlines when he and another Swede, Fredrik Bjoerck, found out the maker of the “Melissa” virus(病毒)in March 1999 可推测出答案。
    63.C 推断题。根据He said his work on the “Melissa” virus, which took three weeks to solve, was a big help in finding the suspect so quickly 可以看出,以前积累的经验对他以后的工作大有帮助,故C最佳。
    64.B 细节题。 根据Although he works with the FBI now, his family insists he’s just “a regular kid”可以看出来,Jonathan 是一个正常的孩子,但他却做出了一些不寻常的事情。
    【答案与解析】C篇是3条新闻报道。第1篇是关于英国皇太后死亡的消息;第2篇是关于中国发射嫦娥1号卫星的消息;第3篇是关于台湾发生7.5级强烈地震的消息。
    69.A 判断题。皇太后死的时候有其女儿伊利莎白皇后在身边,排除C项;皇太后没有从政,排除B项;皇太后是在睡觉的时候死去的,D项也排除。所以答案选A。
    70.C判断题。嫦娥1号还没有进入预定轨道,所以不可能已经发回图片,排除A;嫦娥1号绕月一周需要48小时,而不是到达月球需要48小时,所以排除B;文章没有谈到科学家在太空做试验之事,排除D;依据第二则报道的最后一句According to the data received so far, all systems of the satellite have been working normally.可选C。
    71.主旨题。既然台湾发生了地震,那当然是没有预料到的灾害。A、C、D三项内容离题太远。
    VI.书面表达
    One possible version:
    Let us all go out for food safety
    It is frequently reported that poisonous food causes deaths, so food safety had been drawing the public’s great attention.
    Food problems mainly lie in the two factors. On the one hand, some food producers lack social conscience. Centering on money, they produce lots of fake and junk food; On the other hand, other producers are short of common sense on food safety, thus poison and addictive abuse pollutes food.
    For the sake of health, we must take food safety seriously. Firstly, food producers shall pay more attention to food quality, and they are required to care about food safety as well as profits; Secondly, food supervisors shall operate strict food standards and punish the ill producers severely; Lastly, consumers had better go to regular markets to choose green food.
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