湖北省黄冈中学2008届高三年级9月模拟考试
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Summary:湖北省黄冈中学 2008届高三年级9月模拟考试 英 语 试 题 本试卷分为四部分。满分150分。考试时间120分钟。 第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分) 第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分) 听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一.

  • 湖北省黄冈中学
    2008届高三年级9月模拟考试
    英 语 试 题

    本试卷分为四部分。满分150分。考试时间120分钟。

    第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分)
    第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)
    听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。
    1.Where does this conversation take place?
    A.In a hospital. B.In a friend’s house. C.In the man’s house.
    2.Why is Tony crying?
    A.he can’t get up. B.He lost his pet bird. C.He lost this favourite toy.
    3.What do we know about the man?
    A.He is too busy to go there.
    B.He plans to go there very soon.
    C.He wants to go somewhere else.
    4.Who is the man?
    A.A boss. B.A doctor. C.An employee.
    5.How many American soldiers have been killed in wars?
    A.320,000. B.400,000. C.2,00,000.
    第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)
    听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各个小题将给出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7题。
    6.What is the man?
    A.A guide. B.A houseman. C.A police officer.
    7.What happened to the woman?
    A.Her leg was broken. B.Her money was stolen. C.Her briefcase was gone.
    听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。
    8.What is the probable relationship between the speakers?
    A.Workmates. B.Boss and secretary. C.Manager and job hunter.
    9.Why did the woman fail to get the job according to the man?
    A.She is a woman.
    B.She is improperly dressed.
    C.She is not fit for the position.
    10.What can we learn from the conversation?






    1,3,5 A.Carl Drexler is a good manager.
    B.The man thinks the woman is too proud.
    C.The woman thinks ability is the most important.
    听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。
    11.Where are the two speakers?
    A.In a concert hall. B.In an ancient palace. C.In a modern museum.
    12.What does the man like best in this place?
    A.The lights. B.The paintings. C.The colours.
    13.What do we know about the two speakers?
    A.They are having a good time.
    B.They wish to become rich soon.
    C.They’re uninterested in upper-class life.
    听第9段材料,回答第14至16题。
    14.What are the speakers generally talking about?
    A.Generation gap in families.
    B.Respect and love for parents.
    C.Economic independence from parents.
    15.What might the woman’s parents treat her as?
    A.A child. B.A student. C.A grown-up.
    16.What does the man think of his parents?
    A.They feel no love for him.
    B.They control him too much.
    C.They are easy to get along with.
    听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。
    17.Where is the speaker giving the talk?
    A.On a hill. B.In a forest. C.Beside a lake.
    18.What is the main purpose of the talk?
    A.To describe some plants and animals.
    B.To persuade the listeners to go on a tour.
    C.To make the listeners familiar with the area.
    19.What can the listeners do at Summit Lake?
    A.Rest and take photos.
    B.Go boating or swimming.
    C.Cook lunch over a campfire.
    20.What would be part of the trip?
    A.Climbing up rocks. B.Fishing in a stream. C.Walking through a filed.
    第二部分 英语知识运用(共三节,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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
    21.They couldn’t agree with each other and finally a quarrel ______ between them.
    A.broke up B.broke down C.broke out D.broke in
    22.Most people are _____ bringing down the price of housing because it’s too high for them.
    A.in favor of B.in honour of C.in search of D.in charge of
    23.The government will force companies to _________ any possible measure to reduce air pollution.
    A.adjust B.adopt C.adapt D.accept
    24.-How about joining us in the game?
    -I’m sorry. I have an urgent matter to ________.
    A.relate to B.handle to C.attend to D.refer to
    25.Where unemployment and crime are high, it can be assumed that _______ is due to the former.
    A.the second B.the later C.the last one D.the latter
    26.It’s always difficult being in a foreign country, ______ if you don’t know the culture of the country.
    A.extremely B.naturally C.basically D.especially
    27.His letter was indeed confusing-time and time again I read it, still I couldn’t make _____ of it.
    A.explanation B.meaning C.guess D.sense
    28.The thief glanced about now and then ______ he knew he was being followed.
    A.even if B.as though C.in case D.so that
    29.-Will $ 1000 ___________ the cost of the trip?
    -I’m afraid not. Perhaps I need another $ 400.
    A.pay B.charge C.cover D.afford
    30.-Better get down to your work, Jack.
    -________.
    A.It’s my pleasure B.Not to mention it
    C.Mind your own business D.You’re welcome
    第二节 完成句子。(共10小题,每小题1.5分,共15分)
    根据括号内的汉语提示,用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子。
    31.Betty _______________(明确表示) she would support Amy. (clear)
    32.At no circumstances _____________________(中国将决不允许) Taiwan to break away from the mainland. (allow)
    33.The negotiation between two countries broke down, ___________(未达成) agreement. (reach)
    34.It ______________________(是在战争中) he lost his parents. (during)
    35._____________________________(他们所拥有的共同之处) is that they are all independent.
    (common)
    36.___________________________(他突然想起) he had left the dictionary in the library on the way home. (occur)
    37.When I went there last year, a new bridge ____________________(正在修建) across the river. (build)
    38.Don’t hesitate any longer. If you ____________________(不采取行动), there won’t be any chance. (action)
    39.________________(穿着) a white uniform, he looks more like a cook than a doctor. (dress)
    40.All the students ______________________(渴望) admission to a key university. (desperate)
    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,从短文后所给各题的四个选项中选出能填入相应空白处的最佳选项。
    As the pace of life continues to increase, we are fast losing the art of relaxation. 41 you are in the habit of rushing through life, being on the go from morning till night, it is hard to 42
    down. But relaxation is 43 for a healthy mind and body.
    Stress is a 44 part of everyday life and there is no way to 45 it. In fact, it is not the bad thing that it is often supposed to be. A 46 amount of stress is important to provide motivation and give 47 to life. It is only when the stress gets out of control 48 it can lead to poor performance and 49 health.
    The amount of stress a person can bear 50 very much on the individual. Some people are not afraid of stress, and such 51 are obviously chief material for managerial responsibilities. Others lose heart at first 52 of unusual difficulties. When exposed to stress, in 53 form, we react both chemically and physically. In fact we make a choice between 54
    and fight. And in more ancient days the choices made the 55 between life and death. The crises(危机) we meet today are 56 to be so extreme, but however little the stress, it requires the same response. It is when such a reaction 57 long, through continued exposure to stress, that health becomes 58 . Such serious conditions as high blood pressure and heart diseases have 59 links with stress. 60 we cannot remove stress from our lives we need to find ways to deal with it. It would be unwise to do so even if we could.
    So what do you think of stress? What is your way to deal with it?
    41.A.When B.While C.Once D.As
    42.A.slow B.calm C.get D.turn
    43.A.unnecessary B.satisfied C.useful D.necessary
    44.A.physical B.natural C.hard D.terrible
    45.A.tolerate B.solve C.avoid D.accept
    46.A.sure B.certain C.large D.great
    47.A.purpose B.resource C.influence D.instruction
    48.A.when B.why C.that D.how
    49.A.ill B.good C.strong D.weak
    50.A.insists B.depends C.calls D.spends
    51.A.patterns B.personalities C.situations D.characters






    1,3,552.A.glance B.view C.sight D.impression
    53.A.whichever B.whatever C.however D.whenever
    54.A.peace B.fright C.pressure D.heaviness
    55.A.decision B.promise C.difference D.choice
    56.A.unlikely B.likely C.necessary D.probable
    57.A.continues B.lives C.stands D.lasts
    58.A.balanced B.injured C.endangered D.changeable
    59.A.established B.achieved C.found D.developed
    60.A.Unless B.Since C.Because D.As
    第三部分 阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)
    阅读下列短文,然后从各题所给的四个选项中,选出一个最佳答案。
    A
    When people advise your children to “get an education”, they tell you only half the truth. What they really mean is to get just enough education to give manpower for your society.
    Get a high school diploma, at least. Without that, you are occupationally(职业上) dead, unless your name happens to be George Bernard Shaw or Thomas Alva Edison and you can successfully stop study in primary school.
    Get a college degree, if possible. With a BA(学士学位), you should start to find a job. You have to put on the brakes now. If you do go for a master’s degree, make sure it is an MBA and only from a first-class university. Otherwise, the famous law of diminishing(报酬递减律) begins to work.
    Do you know; for example, that long-distance truck drivers make more money a year than full professors(正教授)? Yes, each driver was paid $ 28,000 in 1997 while a full professor managed to get $ 27,930.
    A PhD is the highest degree you can get, but except in few specialized filed such as physics or chemistry, where the degree can quickly by turned to industrial or commercial aim, you are facing a not very bright future. There are more PhDs unemployed in this country than in any other part of the world by far.
    If you became a PhD in English or history or political science or languages or-worst of all-in philosophy, you take the risk of becoming over-educated for our national demands.
    Thousands of PhDs are selling shoes, driving taxis, vomiting on tables and filling out applications month after month, and then may be taking a job in high school or college with the pay much less than a door-keeper makes.
    61.According to the writer, the society expects education to turn out people who will ________.
    A.raise their payment B.become specialized in some way
    C.have a bright future D.meet the demands as a source of manpower

    62.If you don’t want to be occupationally dead, you ____________.
    A.should look for a job in a primary school
    B.must at least get a high school diploma
    C.have to change your name for Bernard Shaw or Edison
    D.should go on learning and become a doctor or physics or chemistry
    63.The underlined phrase “put on the brakes” (in Para 3) means ________.
    A.stop learning for a high degree
    B.take up master’s degree at once
    C.go on studying in a first-class university
    D.find any interesting job
    64.Which of the following is not TRUE according to the passage?
    A.Neither Bernard Shaw or Edison finished high school
    B.There are more PhDs than the society demands.
    C.The higher education level is, the more money you will earn.
    D.If you are overeducated, you can not easily get a good job.
    B
    Allen: I’ve never been a big fan of the bears, especially the vacation show. On my last trip to Disneyland(1999) we passed it by, because we didn’t want to spend the time on something we didn’t really enjoy. If we’d known it would be closed by our next visit, I’m sure we would have watched it one more time. I was just making the point that it wasn’t until Disney announced the closing that this feeling suddenly sprang(弹跳) up for the Country Bear show at Disneyland.
    But I think the idea of keeping some attractions open forever regardless of the number of visitors it gets is a mistake. We all have great memories of the Bears, but clearly very few kids today (or I should say families today) are making those same memories from this show. That may be a sad fact, but it’s a fact. For whatever reason, the show doesn’t pull in the numbers. Isn’t it right to use the Country Bear space to bring in more popular attraction so that more kids today can make those magic memories of an attraction they like? Otherwise aren’t we just telling kids today that they “have to” make great memories of the Bears, when it’s obvious that the kids themselves are not enjoying the Bears like we did.
    Roger: I am very disappointed that they have decided to retire the Country Bear Playhouse. I remember going to the show as a child, and still enjoyed it as a teenager, and now young adult. It is true that there aren’t a lot of shows left at DL and with this one closing even less. Being at DL does require a lot of walking, and it is nice to have a few attraction that are a place to sit and enjoy a good show. I understand that DL has to develop, but there has to be some history to the Disneyland that Walt Disney first designed. There should be some parts of DL that just never go away and this is one of them. By the time I have children it looks like there won’t be any attractions that I can say. I went to as a child at the rate they are going.
    Now the Bears are leaving. What I want to say is: stop trying to compete with everyone! DL is the best, because of attractions like the Country-Bears. If DL insists on destroying all of its magic to make way for the latest, well, then it might as well be just another theme park.
    65.What news might get people talking about the problem of the Country Bears?
    A.The Country Bear Playhouse will be closed.
    B.There will be a new attraction for our guests at Disneyland.
    C.The number of visitors to the Country Bear Playhouse is falling.
    D.The Bears will retire because of old age and can’t give shows any more.
    66.Allen spoke mainly to get this point across that __________.
    A.the Bears will be missed
    B.we should tell kids today that they “have to” make great memories of the Bears
    C.the longtime attraction ought to make way for a future attraction
    D.people never care about what they have until all is lost
    67.Which is the best choice to complete Roger’s idea: the Country Bears have been a part of Disneyland for nearly 30 years, _________.”
    A.and I feel it is time to give our bears a good rest
    B.but anyway, the attraction has lost interest
    C.but I know that Disneyland will always be changing, and I accept that
    D.and I am sad that the Bears will be leaving
    68.Which of the following is NOT in the same group as the other three?
    A.an attraction B.a theme park C.the Bears D.the latest magic
    69.Where can this passage be found?
    A.In a Web discussion zone.
    B.In a suggestion book.
    C.In a report on the popularity of the Country Bears.
    D.In high school students’ compositions.
    C
    Read the following two advertisements and answer the questions below:
    (1)


















    (2)














    70.What is the best time for drivers to get gas filled?
    A.Monday. B.Tuesday. C.Wednesday. D.Thursday.
    71.We can get all kinds of services from Paiges Basic except _____________.
    A.giving advice for free B.changing pets’ bad behavior
    C.going to hosts’ home for training D.curing Pets’ disease
    72.Who will interested in the second ad?
    A.dog trainers B.pet owners C.zoo keepers D.animal protectors
    73.Of these two advertisements, which one doesn’t provide the exact address?
    A.The first one. B.The second one C.Neither one. D.We have no idea.
    D
    IT is always hard for a small fish to live in a big pond. Pluto’s recent departure(离开) from the classical planet family clearly proves that size really matters.
    Astronomers voted on August 24 to create the first scientific definition of the word “planet”, and Pluto obviously didn’t make the cut. It turned out to be only a “dwarf planet”(矮行星).
    After weeks of heated debate, over 2,500 astronomers from 75 countries voted on the definition of a “planet” at a conference of the International Astronomical Union (IAU). According to the definition, a planet must have a clear neighborhood around its orbit(轨道). Pluto has widely been considered a planet since its discovery in 1930. Unfortunately, it has a special orbit which overlaps with Neptune’s. It is all because, compared with Neptune, Pluto is very small. It is attracted by Neptune’s gravity when the two planets get closer.
    According to IAU. a “dwarf planet” should have an orbit around the Sun. It will not have a clear neighborhood around its orbit, and must not be a satellite. The new classification means that the science textbooks will have to be updated. The solar system is now made up of the eight “classical planets,” together with a number of dwarf planet. The classical planets are: Mercury; Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. The debate over Plates status started in 1992. After an advanced telescope was sent into space, astronomers started to find a belt of objects, which lies beyond Neptune. The belt contains nearly 1,000 objects, including Pluto. As they continued the exploration, scientists recently discovered at least 41 dwarf planets at the edges of the solar system. There are at least two objects of a similar size to Pluto.
    It seems that even if the IAU had kept Pluto’s status as a planet, the classical theory of nine planets in the solar system would have had to be changed, but the other way around. More dwarf planets of a similar size to Pluto would join the family of planets. Scientists will probably find many more dwarf planets.
    74.According to the passage, Pluto is ___________.
    A.a planet which has a clear neighbouhood around its orbit
    B.a satellite of Neptune which was discovered in 1930
    C.is the smallest planet in the solar system
    D.a planet which has an orbit around the sun
    75.The sentence “IT is always hard for a small fish to live in a big pond” quoted in the beginning of the passage is used to _______________.
    A.tell us small fish can hardly survive in the big pond
    B.tell us the size of an object really matters
    C.mean that small planet can hardly exist in the solar system
    D.explain the disappearance of Pluto in the solar system
    76.From the last paragraph we can infer that if IAU kept Pluto’s status as a planet, the number of planets in the solar system would be ________________.
    A.eight B.nine C.less than nine D.more than nine
    77.Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage?
    A.According to definition of a “planet”, if Pluto were bigger it would not have left the classic planet family.
    B.More dwarf planets of a similar size to Pluto would join the family of planets. Many more dwarf planet will be found by the scientists in the future.
    C.Pluto has a special orbit which overlaps with Neptune’s because it is so small as to be attracted by Neptune’s gravity when the two planets get closer.
    D.A “dwarf planet”, which must not be a satellite without a clear neighborhood around its
    orbit, should have an orbit around the Sun.






    1,3,5E
    Qinghai-Tibet Railway
    Qinghai-Tibet Railway was unfolded to the public on Mondy. From July1, the service will cost a minimum of 389 yuan (hard seat) and take about 48 hours from Beijing to Lhasa. A hard sleeper (bottom berth) ill cost 813 yuan, and a soft sleeper (bottom berth) 1,262 yuan. The fare for an air ticket is about 2,540 yuan. Trains will run to and from Lhasa in three directions: through Beijing, Chengdu/ Chongqing and Xining/ Lanzhou
    MOSCOW is this year’s most expensive city for big consumers in the world, a study released by British human resources firm Mercer HR suggests. Seoul was in second place, followed by Tokyo-which topped the list in 2005, when the Russian capital was in fourth position-then Hong Kong and London. The findings were based on prices for 200 goods and services, especially housing, transport, food, clothing and entertainment. In the 144 cities surveyed, Beijing and Shanghai ranked 14th and 20th.
    Cutting wages in monopoly industries(垄断行业)
    CHINA’S State-owned monopoly industries may be forced to cut their employees’ wages as the government looks at reducing the country’s widening income gap, the Economic Observer said on Monday. The report said the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), working with other central government departments, worked out a plan. High salaries in electricity, telecommunications and other monopoly industries have met with strong criticism.
    78.According to the news, a tourist can enter Tibet by taking a train from __________ cities with a sleeper train ticket which costs at least ___________.
    A.three; 389 yuan B.five; 813 yuan
    C.five; 389 yuan D.three; 1,262 yuan
    79.Which of the following cities is the most expensive city in 2005?
    A.Moscow B.Tokyo C.Scoul D.London
    80.The word “gap” in the third news probably means ________________
    A.tax B.space C.blank D.separation
    第四部分 书面表达(满分25分)
    据报道,2008年北京奥运会将选拔约十万志愿者为之服务,请你以“Dos and Don’ts for the 2008 Olympic Volunteers”为题,用英语写一篇短文,讨论志愿者应该做什么,不应该做什么,短文应包括下表中的内容:





    Dos

    Don’ts


    1.待人礼貌、友好

    1.避免不得体的言行


    2.坚守岗位

    2.不忘履行自己的职责


    3.介绍中国历史和文化

    3.不损害祖国的形象
    注意:1.不要简单翻译所给要点;2.要适当发挥;3.字数120左右。短文中已写好了的部分,不计入词数
    Dos and Don’ts for the 2008 Olympic Volunteers
    It is reported that about 100,000 people will be chosen as volunteers for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. What should the volunteers do and what should they not do?













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    Text 1






    1,3,5M:I want to see about getting a private room as soon as possible. Also please put a “No Visitors” sign on my door.
    W:I’ll take care of both things, but first put this in your mouth so that I can take your temperature.
    Text 2
    M:What’s wrong with Tony?
    W:His pet bird died this morning. He has been sitting still for quite a long time and is still crying in his room.
    M:Don’t worry. I’ll buy him another one.
    Text 3
    M:What’s your opinion of the village? You’ve spent your holidays there twice.
    W:It won my heart the first time I saw it.
    M:If only I had some free time.
    Text 4
    W:Mr.Johnson, I wonder if I could possibly ask for leave tomorrow morning. My father had a heart attack yesterday and is in the hospital at present. I want to go and see him.
    M:Oh, I’m sorry to hear that. You can take the day off.
    W:Thanks very much. I’ll make up the work as soon as I return.
    Text 5
    M:Since the turn of the century, about 320,000 British people and 2 million Americans have been killed in road accidents.
    W:Oh, really? That means the number of Americans killed on the road is five times that of American soldiers killed in wars during the same period.
    Text 6
    M:What happened?
    W:Well, my husband left for work at 7:30. A few minutes later, somebody broke into the house. I guess he thought the house was empty.
    M:Where were you?
    W:I was still in bed. I heard something in the living room, so I went downstairs. And there was this man, putting money into his briefcase. I guess I surprised him. He ran out of the front door and I ran after him.
    M:It’s good he didn’t have a gun.
    W:You said it! Well, he fell down the steps and broke his leg. That’s when I called you.
    M:We’ve been looking for this man. In the past two weeks, he broke into 20 homes in this area.
    Text 7
    W:We’ve got a new manager in our department.
    M:Who is it? Who got the job, I mean?
    W:Someone called Carl Drexler. He’s been with the company only two years. I’ve been here longer. And I know more about the job, too!
    M:Hmm. Why do you think they gave it to him and not to you?
    W:Because I’m a woman, of course.
    M:By the way, what sort of clothes does he wear?
    W:A dark suit, white shirt, a tie. Why?
    M:Perhaps that had something to do with it.
    W:You mean I didn’t get the job because I come to work in jeans and a sweater?
    M:Yes.
    W:Do you really think I should wear different clothes?
    M:Well, you should think about it.
    W:Why should I do that? I’m good at my job! That’s the only important thing!
    M:Hmm. But is isn’t. Not in this company.
    Text 8
    M:What a lovely place! Walking around here is just like going back in time. Imagine all those noblemen and ladies having huge parties here, dancing in the halls and gardens.
    W:Or how about Mozart? He gave a concert here when he was only six. Isn’t it unbelievable?
    M:It is the colors that really impress me. The yellow walls and the green window frames. It is like a fairy-tale world.
    W:What about the rooms full of paintings? And the huge lights hanging from the ceilings? Aren’t they magnificent? Don’t you wish we were millionaires?
    M:You don’t need money to enjoy a view like that. You only need eyes.
    W:Still, wouldn’t it be nice to live in a place like this one here? Imagine, 200 different rooms.
    M:It would be nice as long as I didn’t have to clean them.
    Text 9
    M:Young people are given too much freedom nowadays, and as a result they have lost respect for their parents and elders in general.
    W:I don’t think so. My parents gave me advice but never forced me to do anything I didn’t want to do. I respect and love them for this.
    M:Are you quite independent of them now?
    W:Oh, yes. After I left school and started to work as a nurse, I became economically independent.
    M:You seem very close to your parents.
    W:I am. Many young people today say they have nothing in common with their parents. But I’m very lucky because I get along very well with them. What about you?
    M:Well, we value family life very much in my country. I’m also very fond of my family. But I don’t always get along well with my parents. They seldom allow me to do what I want to.
    W:But they allowed you to come to study in England on your own.
    M:Yes, but only after a lot of persuasion!
    Text 10
    Good morning, everyone. I’m Ralph Morrison, and I’ll be your guide today on our hike to Summit Lake. I think you’ll enjoy today’s trip, which will offer some wonderful views as well as some close-up looks at the area’s plants and animals. We’ll begin with a gentle climb in this open forest before taking a short downhill walk to the river. You’ll see unusually tall trees in that area and will cross he river on a big piece of wood. Our pass from there will go north. We’ll pass through a forest, then a large field, and cross a stream as we continue our way up to Summit Lake. The lake is small and surrounded with forest, and there’re lots of fish just waiting to be caught. We’ll stop for lunch at the lake. You’ll have an hour to relax and take photos before we start our return trip on a different path, which will take us past three small lakes before the long, steep hike back down to the river. Our last mile will be another steep uphill climb to the trail’s end, just 100 yards from where we’re about to begin.
    1—5 ABAAB 6—10 CBABC 11—15 BCAAC 16—20 BBCAC 21—25 CABCD
    26—30 DDBCC
    31. made it clear that 32. will China allow 33. reaching no/ not reaching any
    34. was during the war that 35. What they have in common 36. It occurred to him that
    37. was being built 38. don’t take action 39. Dressed in / When he is dressed in
    40. are desperate for
    41.C“一旦”你养成了忙碌生活的习惯。
    42.A 这种从早忙到晚的快速生活节奏是难以“减慢slow down”,turn down“拒绝”,calm down“镇静”。
    43.D 但适度的放松对于健康的身心来说是“必须的necessary”.
    44.B “natural part”压力是日常生活的“自然组成部分”。
    45.C 压力是无法去回避的。“no way to avoid stress”。
    46.B 只有“certain”的搭配最贴切。“一定量的压力a certain amount of stress”
    47.A “provide motivation and give purpose to life”给生活提供动机和目的。
    48.C 这里是强调句型,当然要用“that”。
    49.A “ill health”和前面的“poor performance”在意义上保持一致。
    50.B “depends on”取决于……。
    51.D 这种“品质”明显是管理者必不可少的素质。用“characters”。
    52.C “at first sight”乍一看,第一眼看到。
    53.B “in whatever form”无论以何种形式。
    54.B 我们必须在“畏惧”和“抗争”中作出选择。
    55.C “make a / the difference”在古代这些选择会在生和死之间产生很大的影响。
    56.A “be unlikely to be so extreme”今天我们所面临的危机不可能是那么的严峻。
    57.D “last”持续。
    58.C 长期处于压力之下,身体健康自然会受到“威胁”。
    59.A “establish links”建立联系
    60.B “既然我们无法从生活中消除压力,我们就必须想办法去应对它”
    61—65 DBACA 66—70 CDDAC 71—75 DBBDB 76—80 DABBD
    书面表达 One possible version:
    It is reported that about 100,000 people will be chosen as volunteers for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. What should the volunteers do and what should they not do?
    Firstly, they should be polite and friendly to the athletes and visitors from all over the world, and avoid improper behavior. Secondly, they should stick to their posts, offering good services, satisfying/ meeting any reasonable needs and being ready to help those in difficulty, and never fail to do their duty. Thirdly, they should introduce the Chinese culture and history too foreigners so that they may know China better and never say or do anything that harms the image of our mother land.
    If I have the honour to be chosen as a volunteer, besides the above, I will work hard and creatively, but never be lazy. I will follow the law and discipline, but never break them. I will take the opportunity to make friends with the athletes and visitors, and help make the 2008 Olympic Games a great success.
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