山西省实验中学2006—2007学年度高三第二次月考
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Summary:本试卷分第一卷(客观题)和第二卷(主观题)两部分。 第一卷(客观题) 第一部分:单项选择题(共30小题;每小题1分,满分30分) 1.Yingze Street is twice of Wuyi Road.. A.length B.long C.longer D.the length 2..

  • 本试卷分第一卷(客观题)和第二卷(主观题)两部分。


    第一卷(客观题)
    第一部分:单项选择题(共30小题;每小题1分,满分30分)

    1.Yingze Street is twice of Wuyi Road..
    A.length B.long C.longer D.the length
    2.Can you imagine the Atlantic Ocean alone?
    A.Tom to cross B.Tom’s cross C.Tom’s crossing D.to cross
    3.Red against a white background.
    A.stands in B.stands for C.stands out D.stands up
    4.If you don’t want to fall behind others, you must current events.
    A.keep track of B.keep track C.keep touch with D.keep in touch
    5.He is the last one to the conference for he comes to Beijing from parts of our country.
    A.the remotest B.the farther C.the longest D.the busiest
    6.Datong is the largest city in Sanxi Province Taiyuan.
    A.followed B.came after C.followed by D.next to
    7.The student the loan to support his college education.
    A.applied for B.applied to C.asked D.begged
    8.Cultural exchanges mutual understanding.
    A.do good B.make for C.make up D.make out
    9.LiMing’s handwriting is better than in his class.
    A.anyone’s else B.anyone’s else’s C.anyone else’s D.anyone else
    10.What sort of questions do you think easy to answer.
    A.the ,are B./, are C.the ,is D./,is
    11.What kind of use we the bike is convenient.
    A.make of B.make out C.make D.make for
    12.You are saying that everyone should be equal ,and this is I disagree.
    A.why B.where C.what D.how
    13.A good story not necessarily have to have a happy ending, but the reader must not be left .
    A.unsatisfied B.unsatisfying
    C.to be unsatisfying D.being unsatisfied
    14.As soon as Smith landed on the island ,he announced that he would it.
    A.take possession of B.take possession for
    C.take place of D.take the place of
    15. his nose ,he is handsome.
    A.Besides B.Apart from C.Except that D.Now that
    16.What impressed me most was that they never .
    A.lost hearts B.lost their heart C.lost heart D.lost their heart
    17.—Do you think Class Two will beat Class One?
    —Yes .They have better students, so I them to win.
    A.hope B.prefer C.expect D.want
    18.It’s your that we are late for school.
    A.matter B.trouble C.fault D.mistake
    19.—Did he attend yesterday’s lecture?
    —Yes ,he was too to go to the lecture.
    A.old B.young C.ready D.anxious
    20.After his heart attack .Tom decided to quit .
    A.to smoke B.smoking C.smoked D.drink
    21.For many years people in that country had been accustomed like animals.
    A.to be treated B.to being treated C.to treat D.treating
    22.After the earthquake, a new school building was put up there used to be a post office.
    A.that B.where C.which D.when
    23. the foreigner saw the picture ,he decided to occupy it.
    A.The first time B.For the first time C.At first D.Until
    24.We have separated from each other before, but I think it’s this time.
    A.at good B.good-bye C.for good D.do no good
    25.That car repair.
    A.wants of B.is want of C.is in want of D.is in want
    26.Many students in our class have poor eyesight .
    A.of late B.in late C.is late D.at late
    27.On my way home, for some time, I always dropped one old man.
    A.in at B.at C.in on D.in
    28. , some people think learning a foreign language difficult.
    A.As a consequence B.Leading to
    C.As a result of D.Because of
    29.I have to do this weekend.
    A.a lot awful work B.an awful lot of work
    C.an awful lot work D.lots of awful works
    30.Who would you rather with you?
    A.have go B.have gone C.have to go D.go
    第二部分:完形填空(共20小题,每小题1.5分,满分30分)
    Love cures people—both the ones who give it and the ones who receive it.
    ——Dr. Karl Menninger
    I was being interviewed by a senior manager for a major insurance company . I told him 31 that the main reason why I was 32 with them was my 33 to keep my family in Boston. My wife of 26 years old had recently died of a heart attack . A(n) 34 in Boston would also help me reduce some of the pain of the loss. Bruce ,the interviewer ,was politely sympathetic, and didn’t probe any 35 .He acknowledged my loss and ,with great respect ,moved on to another 36 .
    After the next 37 of interview , Bruce took me to lunch with another manager .Then he asked me to take a 38 with him. He told me that he , 39 , had lost his wife .And he had also been married 20 years and had three children. In his sharing, I realized that he had 40 the same pain as I had , a pain that was almost 41 to explain to someone who had not lost a loved 42 . He offered his business card and home phone number and 43 that, if I needed help or just wanted someone to 44 , I should feel 45 to give him a call, no matter 46 I got the job or not. He wanted me to know that he was there if I 47 needed any help.
    From that one act of kindness, when he had no idea 48 we would ever see each other again, he helped me 49 one of life’s greatest losses. He turned the normal 50 business interview process into an act of caring and support for another person in a time of need.
    31.A.friendly B.patiently C.carefully D.honestly
    32.A.interviewing B.speaking C.meeting D.together
    33.A.desire B.need C.wish D.agreement
    34.A.wife B.period C.job D.experience
    35.A.farther B.other C.further D.ahead
    36.A.question B.thing C.subject D.object
    37.A.speaking B.round C.moment D.term
    38.A.rest B.break C.walk D.chance
    39.A.either B.too C.still D.once
    40.A.received B.gave C.wanted D.experienced
    41.A.possible B.impossible C.unimaginable D.unthinkable
    42.A.one B.girl C.wife D.lady
    43.A.suggested B.offered C.spoke D.said
    44.A.share B.refer to C.talk to D.help
    45.A.sure B.glad C.convenient D.free
    46.A.when B.how C.why D.whether
    47.A.ever B.once C.never D.still
    48.A.if B.since C.where D.that
    49.A.work out B.deal with C.do with D.solve
    50.A.long B.short C.warm D.cold

    第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)
    A
    Li Ao’s two speeches help bring trip to climax
    2005—09—24 06:52
    The “Chinese Culture” trip to the mainland by Li Ao, a prominent writer living in Taiwan, came to a climax when he gave a speech at Tsinghua University on Friday in Beijing, following his speech on Wednesday at Peking University.
    In the speech, he claimed that China had never been as prosperous as it is today.
    He said that the Communist Party of China is “the only party” that can take China on to global success.
    In a similar vein, Li, in his speech at Peking University, said that young students should not only care about themselves and he encouraged them to build the confidence to shoulder responsibility for their motherland.
    Li, born in 1935 in Northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province, spent most of his first 14 years in Beijing before leaving for Taiwan in 1949. Aside from his speeches in Beijing, he visited the Palace Museum, his primary school teacher and had a reunion with his primary school classmates.
    As a television talk show host with the Hong Kong Phoenix Cable TV Network, Li, an ardent supporter of China’s reunification and an earnest scholar, has cultivated a large following on the mainland.
    As a result, his two speeches, broadcast live over Phoenix TV, attracted a lot of public attention. Students from colleges and universities outside of Beijing came to the capital especially to follow Li’s tour. They wore white shirts embroidered with Chinese characters welcoming Li home.
    Meanwhile, students at the two leading universities gave mixed comments on Li’s speech.
    “As far as I know, most of the students on campus or on the net praised Li Ao’s speech.” said Li Rui, a female student from Peking University, “Li’s speech gave a new perspective.”
    However, Zhang Yongqi, a doctorate candidate at Peking University, said “ I regard him more like a celebrity than a scholar. Li is good at showing off in public and command good public speaking skill.”
    51.In the speech given to the Peking University students, Li Ao encouraged the students .
    A.to make their efforts to the reunification of the mainland and Taiwan
    B.study hard for their motherland
    C.burden some responsibility for their motherland
    D.to care about themselves in life and studies
    52.From this passage, we know that .
    A.Li Ao is seventy years old now
    B.Li Ao was born in Taiwan
    C.Li Ao was born in Beijing
    D.Li Ao is a professor in Tsinghua University now
    53.It seems that .
    A.all the students are speaking highly of Li Ao
    B.Li Ao took his trip to China to give speeches to University students.
    C.Li Ao’s speech won a great success
    D.Li Ao was once working with Hong Kong Phoenix Cable TV Network
    54.From the contents and style of the article, we can conclude the passage most probably comes from column in the newspaper.
    A.Science B.Education C.Travel D.Culture

    B
    Japanese Pet Owners Turning To Jellyfish
    Pet owners in Tokyo have found a new companion—the jellyfish(水母)
    They don’t bark, or make your clothes dirty. They don’t leave claw marks on the sofa, and—best of all—they provide calm.
    “It relaxes me to watch them float,” Miki koyama, a 28-year-old office worker, said of two doughnut-sized jellyfish floating in a tank at her Tokyo apartment.
    The pet jellyfish craze has been the topic of special shows on nearly all major TV networks in Japan. Jellyfish have even pushed their way onto the pages of the Nihon Keizai Shimbun, the country’s leading economic newspaper.
    As is often the case here, single women in their 20s and 30s appear to be encouraging this fashion.
    Many consider the creatures’ slow, gentle movement in the water as their main attraction. Jellyfish are a kind of relaxation-introducing object of art.
    There aren’t a lot of troubles to take care of. And their sting is mild.
    “Jellyfish never disturb you,” said Hironobu Fuji, an employee at a Tokyo pet shop. “If you leave the house for a week, it doesn’t matter to them I think that’s why they are popular with women who live alone and want to keep a pet.”
    The pet species tend to be small, and are transparent, pale blue or milky white.
    They range in price from about US $ 14 to $ 38—a steal in a country where an atlas beetle (another popular pet )lives can fetch thousands of dollars.
    Some 50 to 60 pet shops in the Tokyo area now sell jellyfish, according to Hiroshi Yazaki of Nisso Industry Co. Ltd, which has introduced special jellyfish aquariums(养鱼缸)costing between $ 461 and $ 508.
    55.In Japan, jellyfish are .
    A.hard to find
    B.raised as pets
    C.able to bark
    D.hated by many single women in their 20s and 30s
    56.Jellyfish owners .
    A.are never home B.are always alone at home
    C.train their pets to float D.buy the creatures in pet shops
    57.Pet owners claim that .
    A.they feel calm when they watch floating jellyfish
    B.most of the sea creatures are over priced
    C.the pets are boring
    D.in Japan they can never buy jellyfish at a reasonable price
    58.Jellyfish are believed to be popular with so many young single women because the pet .
    A.looks like a doughnut B.helps them relax after work
    C.doesn’t sting D.always float on the water
    59.According to the story, the latest pet craze has .
    A.hurt the Japanese economy
    B.been the topic of special TV programmes in Japan
    C.not been popular with children
    D.only been popular with single women in their 20s and 30s

    C
    Here is a poster on a middle school web site .Read the website poster . Then do the following:
    Going, Going, Gone!
    The Haynes Middle School Parent-Teacher Organization invites you to attend our latest fund-raiser .The Fourth Annual Haynes School Auction!
    Saturday, May 10
    18:00 pm~ 23:pm
    in the school hall
    6:00 pm~ 6:30 pm: All items for auction are previewed.
    6:30 pm~ 7:00 pm: Silent auction begins.
    7:00 pm~ 7:30 pm: Highest bidders from silent auction are determined.
    7:30 pm~ 11:00 pm: Main auction begins.
    Items up for bid in the silent auction range in value from $ 5.00 to $ 30.00.
    Items up for bid in the main auction include the following:
    ●Airline tickets to a place of your choice
    ●Weekend getaways at first-class hotels
    ●Season tickets to the Chicago Bears football game
    ●$ 50.00 gift shops ,restaurants ,and salons
    ●Theater tickets to The Merchant of Venice
    Don’t miss the boat! Book your tickets today.
    Last year, tickets sold out in five days!
    Tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis.
    $ 1500 per person
    All the money from the auction will be given to the Haynes School computer lab.
    60.Which of the following is NOT mentioned as being up for bid at the auction?
    A.movie pass to the local cinema
    B.A weekend stay at a hotel
    C.ticket to a restaurant
    D.Airline tickets
    61.The more items that are given or bought for auction, .
    A.the less money that will be changed for the tickets to the auction
    B.the more money that can be raised to support the computer lab
    C.the faster the ticket will be sold to the auction
    D.the higher the value that will be placed on the items in the silent auction
    62.Which of the following is most likely to happen at the year’s auction?
    A.the airline tickets will receive higher than any other item.
    B.All items up for bid will be sold for at least twice their value.
    C.More money will be raised this year than in any other year before.
    D.Tickets for the event will be sold out in less than one week

    D
    On September 22th, 1986, Jay Brunkella, a police officer in the Rogers Park district in Chicageo, we shot during a drug arrest and died. Shortly afterwards his fellow officer Ken Knapcik, a 20-year veteran(老警官)of the force ,returned home after work to find a note from his 15-year-old daughter on the dining table.
    Dad—This poem is directly from my heart .I love you so much! It scares and amazes me that you go out every day and risk everything to provide us with all that we have. I wrote to express how much I love you and how much lost I’d be without you—Laura. P. S.: Let’s be careful out there.
    Titled “The Ultimate Cop”, Laura’s poem was dedicated “To all the cops in the world who have daughters who love them with all their hearts .And especially to my dad”. It was about a police-officer’s daughter who saw on the night-time news that her father had been shot. Part of the poem: “Daddy, my Daddy ,can you hear me cry? Oh, God, I need my Daddy ,sp [; ease don’t let him die.”
    Ken Knapcik stood alone as he read the poem. “It took me several minutes. He said. “I’d get through part of it and have to stop before I could go on .I was weeping. She had never told me she was scared.” He took the poem to work the next day and showed it to his fellow officers. “I’ve never seen so many grown men cry. Some couldn’t finish it.”
    Knapcik Keeps Laura’s poem in the pocket of his police jacket .He takes it with him every time he leaves the house for a new shift. “I don’t want to be out there without it ,” he said , “I’ll probably carry it with me forever.”
    63.Laura wrote the poem .
    A.in memory of her father who was shot in the drug arrest
    B.to show her great sorrow in losing her father
    C.to show her respect to all the cops who lost their lives
    D.to tell officer Ken Knapcik how much she loved him
    64.All the officers cried because .
    A.Jay Brunkella was shot and died
    B.They were greatly touched by the poem
    C.the poem was so sad that they couldn’t hold back their tears
    D.they thought of their dangerous life
    65.Knapcik keeps Laura’s poem in his pocket .
    A.to reassure his daughter’s love and to value his own life
    B.to keep it from missing
    C.because he can’t go out without it
    D.to mourn over the death of officer Jay Brunkella
    66.Which of the following is the best title for the passage?
    A.Poem for a cop
    B.An office’s death
    C.Daughter’s love
    D.Love my job, love my daughter

    E
    Youth is not a time of life: it is a state of mind: it is not a matter of rosy cheeks, red lips and supple knees: it is a matter of the will, a quality of the imagination, a vigor of the emotions; it is the freshness of the deep springs of life.
    Youth means a temperamental predominance(占优势)of courage over timidity, of the appetite of adventure over the love of ease. This often exists in a man of 60 more than a boy of 20. Nobody grows old merely by a number of years. We grow old by deserting our ides.
    Years may wrinkle the skin, but to give up enthusiasm wrinkles the soul, Worry, fear, selfdistrust bows(bends) the heart and turns the spirit back to dust.
    Whether 60 or 16, there is in every human beings heart the lure of wonder, the unfailing childlike appetite of what’s next and the joy of the game of living. In the center of your heart and my heart there is a wireless station: so long as it receives messages of beauty, hop, cheer, courage and power from men and from the Infinite (means God ), so long are you young.
    When the aerials are down, and your spirit is covered with snows of nicism (冷嘲热讽)and the ice of pessimism, then you are grown old, even at 20, but as long as your aerials are up, to catch waves of optimism, there is hope you may die young at 80.
    67.In the opinion of the writer, youth is .
    a. a matter of the will ,a quality of the imagination ,a vigor of the emotions
    b. the freshness of the deep springs of life and a state of mind
    c. a matter of rosy cheeks ,red lips and supple knees
    d. a wonderful time of life filled with adventures
    A.a and b B.a and c C.b and c D.b and d
    68.When will you lose heart in the opinion of the writer?
    A.When you worry about little things.
    B.When you can’t believe in yourself.
    C.When you are always afraid to make mistakes in some little things.
    D.All the above
    69.Which of the following statements is wrong according to the passage?
    A.Youth is not a time of life
    B.When you begin to have no hope of your life, you will start to grow old
    C.Even if you had no interest in life, you won’t be grown old even in your late seventies.
    D.When you have no interest in life, you will be grown old even in you early twenties.
    70.What conclusion can you draw from the passage?
    A.Youth is of great importance to everyone
    B.Your life should be full of messages of will ,hope ,courage, cheer ,power and so on
    C.Your should say Hello to youth
    D.You should care for your youth and health

    第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)
    A
    Li Ao’s two speeches help bring trip to climax
    2005—09—24 06:52
    The “Chinese Culture” trip to the mainland by Li Ao, a prominent writer living in Taiwan, came to a climax when he gave a speech at Tsinghua University on Friday in Beijing, following his speech on Wednesday at Peking University.
    In the speech, he claimed that China had never been as prosperous as it is today.
    He said that the Communist Party of China is “the only party” that can take China on to global success.
    In a similar vein, Li, in his speech at Peking University, said that young students should not only care about themselves and he encouraged them to build the confidence to shoulder responsibility for their motherland.
    Li, born in 1935 in Northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province, spent most of his first 14 years in Beijing before leaving for Taiwan in 1949. Aside from his speeches in Beijing, he visited the Palace Museum, his primary school teacher and had a reunion with his primary school classmates.
    As a television talk show host with the Hong Kong Phoenix Cable TV Network, Li, an ardent supporter of China’s reunification and an earnest scholar, has cultivated a large following on the mainland.
    As a result, his two speeches, broadcast live over Phoenix TV, attracted a lot of public attention. Students from colleges and universities outside of Beijing came to the capital especially to follow Li’s tour. They wore white shirts embroidered with Chinese characters welcoming Li home.
    Meanwhile, students at the two leading universities gave mixed comments on Li’s speech.
    “As far as I know, most of the students on campus or on the net praised Li Ao’s speech.” said Li Rui, a female student from Peking University, “Li’s speech gave a new perspective.”
    However, Zhang Yongqi, a doctorate candidate at Peking University, said “ I regard him more like a celebrity than a scholar. Li is good at showing off in public and command good public speaking skill.”
    51.In the speech given to the Peking University students, Li Ao encouraged the students .
    A.to make their efforts to the reunification of the mainland and Taiwan
    B.study hard for their motherland
    C.burden some responsibility for their motherland
    D.to care about themselves in life and studies
    52.From this passage, we know that .
    A.Li Ao is seventy years old now
    B.Li Ao was born in Taiwan
    C.Li Ao was born in Beijing
    D.Li Ao is a professor in Tsinghua University now
    53.It seems that .
    A.all the students are speaking highly of Li Ao
    B.Li Ao took his trip to China to give speeches to University students.
    C.Li Ao’s speech won a great success
    D.Li Ao was once working with Hong Kong Phoenix Cable TV Network
    54.From the contents and style of the article, we can conclude the passage most probably comes from column in the newspaper.
    A.Science B.Education C.Travel D.Culture

    B
    Japanese Pet Owners Turning To Jellyfish
    Pet owners in Tokyo have found a new companion—the jellyfish(水母)
    They don’t bark, or make your clothes dirty. They don’t leave claw marks on the sofa, and—best of all—they provide calm.
    “It relaxes me to watch them float,” Miki koyama, a 28-year-old office worker, said of two doughnut-sized jellyfish floating in a tank at her Tokyo apartment.
    The pet jellyfish craze has been the topic of special shows on nearly all major TV networks in Japan. Jellyfish have even pushed their way onto the pages of the Nihon Keizai Shimbun, the country’s leading economic newspaper.
    As is often the case here, single women in their 20s and 30s appear to be encouraging this fashion.
    Many consider the creatures’ slow, gentle movement in the water as their main attraction. Jellyfish are a kind of relaxation-introducing object of art.
    There aren’t a lot of troubles to take care of. And their sting is mild.
    “Jellyfish never disturb you,” said Hironobu Fuji, an employee at a Tokyo pet shop. “If you leave the house for a week, it doesn’t matter to them I think that’s why they are popular with women who live alone and want to keep a pet.”
    The pet species tend to be small, and are transparent, pale blue or milky white.
    They range in price from about US $ 14 to $ 38—a steal in a country where an atlas beetle (another popular pet )lives can fetch thousands of dollars.
    Some 50 to 60 pet shops in the Tokyo area now sell jellyfish, according to Hiroshi Yazaki of Nisso Industry Co. Ltd, which has introduced special jellyfish aquariums(养鱼缸)costing between $ 461 and $ 508.
    55.In Japan, jellyfish are .
    A.hard to find
    B.raised as pets
    C.able to bark
    D.hated by many single women in their 20s and 30s
    56.Jellyfish owners .
    A.are never home B.are always alone at home
    C.train their pets to float D.buy the creatures in pet shops
    57.Pet owners claim that .
    A.they feel calm when they watch floating jellyfish
    B.most of the sea creatures are over priced
    C.the pets are boring
    D.in Japan they can never buy jellyfish at a reasonable price
    58.Jellyfish are believed to be popular with so many young single women because the pet .
    A.looks like a doughnut B.helps them relax after work
    C.doesn’t sting D.always float on the water
    59.According to the story, the latest pet craze has .
    A.hurt the Japanese economy
    B.been the topic of special TV programmes in Japan
    C.not been popular with children
    D.only been popular with single women in their 20s and 30s

    C
    Here is a poster on a middle school web site .Read the website poster . Then do the following:
    Going, Going, Gone!
    The Haynes Middle School Parent-Teacher Organization invites you to attend our latest fund-raiser .The Fourth Annual Haynes School Auction!
    Saturday, May 10
    18:00 pm~ 23:pm
    in the school hall
    6:00 pm~ 6:30 pm: All items for auction are previewed.
    6:30 pm~ 7:00 pm: Silent auction begins.
    7:00 pm~ 7:30 pm: Highest bidders from silent auction are determined.
    7:30 pm~ 11:00 pm: Main auction begins.
    Items up for bid in the silent auction range in value from $ 5.00 to $ 30.00.
    Items up for bid in the main auction include the following:
    ●Airline tickets to a place of your choice
    ●Weekend getaways at first-class hotels
    ●Season tickets to the Chicago Bears football game
    ●$ 50.00 gift shops ,restaurants ,and salons
    ●Theater tickets to The Merchant of Venice
    Don’t miss the boat! Book your tickets today.
    Last year, tickets sold out in five days!
    Tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis.
    $ 1500 per person
    All the money from the auction will be given to the Haynes School computer lab.
    60.Which of the following is NOT mentioned as being up for bid at the auction?
    A.movie pass to the local cinema
    B.A weekend stay at a hotel
    C.ticket to a restaurant
    D.Airline tickets
    61.The more items that are given or bought for auction, .
    A.the less money that will be changed for the tickets to the auction
    B.the more money that can be raised to support the computer lab
    C.the faster the ticket will be sold to the auction
    D.the higher the value that will be placed on the items in the silent auction
    62.Which of the following is most likely to happen at the year’s auction?
    A.the airline tickets will receive higher than any other item.
    B.All items up for bid will be sold for at least twice their value.
    C.More money will be raised this year than in any other year before.
    D.Tickets for the event will be sold out in less than one week

    D
    On September 22th, 1986, Jay Brunkella, a police officer in the Rogers Park district in Chicageo, we shot during a drug arrest and died. Shortly afterwards his fellow officer Ken Knapcik, a 20-year veteran(老警官)of the force ,returned home after work to find a note from his 15-year-old daughter on the dining table.
    Dad—This poem is directly from my heart .I love you so much! It scares and amazes me that you go out every day and risk everything to provide us with all that we have. I wrote to express how much I love you and how much lost I’d be without you—Laura. P. S.: Let’s be careful out there.
    Titled “The Ultimate Cop”, Laura’s poem was dedicated “To all the cops in the world who have daughters who love them with all their hearts .And especially to my dad”. It was about a police-officer’s daughter who saw on the night-time news that her father had been shot. Part of the poem: “Daddy, my Daddy ,can you hear me cry? Oh, God, I need my Daddy ,sp [; ease don’t let him die.”
    Ken Knapcik stood alone as he read the poem. “It took me several minutes. He said. “I’d get through part of it and have to stop before I could go on .I was weeping. She had never told me she was scared.” He took the poem to work the next day and showed it to his fellow officers. “I’ve never seen so many grown men cry. Some couldn’t finish it.”
    Knapcik Keeps Laura’s poem in the pocket of his police jacket .He takes it with him every time he leaves the house for a new shift. “I don’t want to be out there without it ,” he said , “I’ll probably carry it with me forever.”
    63.Laura wrote the poem .
    A.in memory of her father who was shot in the drug arrest
    B.to show her great sorrow in losing her father
    C.to show her respect to all the cops who lost their lives
    D.to tell officer Ken Knapcik how much she loved him
    64.All the officers cried because .
    A.Jay Brunkella was shot and died
    B.They were greatly touched by the poem
    C.the poem was so sad that they couldn’t hold back their tears
    D.they thought of their dangerous life
    65.Knapcik keeps Laura’s poem in his pocket .
    A.to reassure his daughter’s love and to value his own life
    B.to keep it from missing
    C.because he can’t go out without it
    D.to mourn over the death of officer Jay Brunkella
    66.Which of the following is the best title for the passage?
    A.Poem for a cop
    B.An office’s death
    C.Daughter’s love
    D.Love my job, love my daughter

    E
    Youth is not a time of life: it is a state of mind: it is not a matter of rosy cheeks, red lips and supple knees: it is a matter of the will, a quality of the imagination, a vigor of the emotions; it is the freshness of the deep springs of life.
    Youth means a temperamental predominance(占优势)of courage over timidity, of the appetite of adventure over the love of ease. This often exists in a man of 60 more than a boy of 20. Nobody grows old merely by a number of years. We grow old by deserting our ides.
    Years may wrinkle the skin, but to give up enthusiasm wrinkles the soul, Worry, fear, selfdistrust bows(bends) the heart and turns the spirit back to dust.
    Whether 60 or 16, there is in every human beings heart the lure of wonder, the unfailing childlike appetite of what’s next and the joy of the game of living. In the center of your heart and my heart there is a wireless station: so long as it receives messages of beauty, hop, cheer, courage and power from men and from the Infinite (means God ), so long are you young.
    When the aerials are down, and your spirit is covered with snows of nicism (冷嘲热讽)and the ice of pessimism, then you are grown old, even at 20, but as long as your aerials are up, to catch waves of optimism, there is hope you may die young at 80.
    67.In the opinion of the writer, youth is .
    a. a matter of the will ,a quality of the imagination ,a vigor of the emotions
    b. the freshness of the deep springs of life and a state of mind
    c. a matter of rosy cheeks ,red lips and supple knees
    d. a wonderful time of life filled with adventures
    A.a and b B.a and c C.b and c D.b and d
    68.When will you lose heart in the opinion of the writer?
    A.When you worry about little things.
    B.When you can’t believe in yourself.
    C.When you are always afraid to make mistakes in some little things.
    D.All the above
    69.Which of the following statements is wrong according to the passage?
    A.Youth is not a time of life
    B.When you begin to have no hope of your life, you will start to grow old
    C.Even if you had no interest in life, you won’t be grown old even in your late seventies.
    D.When you have no interest in life, you will be grown old even in you early twenties.
    70.What conclusion can you draw from the passage?
    A.Youth is of great importance to everyone
    B.Your life should be full of messages of will ,hope ,courage, cheer ,power and so on
    C.Your should say Hello to youth
    D.You should care for your youth and health

    第二卷(主观题)
    第四部分:单词拼写(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)
    71.You must work hard to a (获得)a good knowledge of a foreign language.
    72.E (高效的)management is one of the factors which will lower production cost.
    73.He was a (录取)into Shanxi University.
    74.Sam didn’t get that job; but he is not worried because it didn’t pay well a .(不管怎样)
    75.The living s (水平)of our province is the tallest next to thirty other provinces.
    76.Our success is far b (超出)what we expected.
    77.Opportunities to find well-paid jobs were far from a .(丰富的)
    78.The battery is on c .(充电)
    79.Don’t put the b on him, but on me.
    80.These mosquitoes are a (打搅)me.
    81.This summer vocation I took a French c .(课程)
    82.In spite of the fog he can d (分辨)the hills from the trees in the distance .
    83.The wind has s (加强) overnight.
    84.Unfortunately, I have to pay for a f (罚款)or delaying payment.
    85.The company h (雇用) 200 people last year.
    第五部分:短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
    Sometimes we have difficulties in remembering the names 86.
    of the months in English. If we will know something of 87.
    the history of this names, possibly they will not seem 88.
    so difficult for us to remember .The following is two 89.
    examples. January named after the God. Janus, who was a 90.
    strange god with two faces. He could look at two 91.
    directions. He could look forward and backward at the same 92.
    time. He was the god of endings and beginnings. January is first 93.
    month of the year. It’s a month on which one looks forward 94.
    to the new year. It’s also a period of time people think 95.
    about the past year.
    第六部分:书面表达(满分25分)
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    单元
    1—5 DCCAA 6—10 DABCD 11—15 ABAAB 16—20 CCCCB 21—25 BBACC
    26—30 ACABA
    完形 阅读
    31—35 DABCC 36—40 CBCBD 41—45 BAACD 46—50 DAABD
    51—55 CACDB 56—60 DABBA 61—65 BDDBA 66—70 AADCB
    单词拼写
    71.acquire 72.Efficient 73.admitted 74.anyway 75.standard 76.beyond
    77.abundant 78.charge 79.blame 80.annoying 81.course 82.distinguish
    83.strengthened 84.fine 85.hired
    改错
    86.difficulties→difficulty 87.will 去掉 88.this→these 89.is→are
    90.January 后加was 91.at→in 92.√ 93.is 后加the
    94.on→in 95.time 后加when
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