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英语 2018 年高三北京市第三次模拟试题

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单选题 (本大题共 15 小题,每小题____分,共____分。)

第一节(共 15 小题:每小题 2 分,满分 30 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。

Welcome to AMDA

Your future in the performing arts doesn’t have to be a dream.


For over 50 years, AMDA has launched some of the most successful careers in
theatre, film and television. AMDA creates industry professionals who don’t
just wait for life to happen—they stage their own career path. Now it’s your
turn.

Program description

At AMDA, we believe a performer must perform. From the first


day, you’ll find many performance opportunities in the three core areas of
acting, musical theatre and dance, both in and out of the classroom, plus
individual voice lessons. Over the course of your four semesters (学期), you’
ll also improve your performance technique through an intensive curriculum that
focuses on both foundational and advanced concepts in acting, musical theatre
and dance. Finally, through courses in career preparation, you’ll learn how to
apply all of this training to a successful career on stage and screen.

Philosophy and mission

AMDA is committed to providing a splendid performing arts


education to a diverse community of creative artists. AMDA serves as both
school and stage, where students are given the support and opportunity to
identify their own personal objectives and to develop and improve their own
distinctive artistic voices. AMDA tries to create an environment for students
to develop the skills, confidence, imagination, and power to contribute to
their community as artists, businesspeople, lifelong learners, and hard-working
citizens of the world Above all, AMDA wants to teach students that commitment
and passion are the marks of a successful and joyous career.
Registration

6305 Yucca Street Los Angeles

800-367-7908

https: //www.amda.edu

What is the curriculum of AMDA about?

A. Drawing.

B. Philosophy.

C. Performing.

D. Photography.

Welcome to AMDA

Your future in the performing arts doesn’t have to be a dream.


For over 50 years, AMDA has launched some of the most successful careers in
theatre, film and television. AMDA creates industry professionals who don’t
just wait for life to happen—they stage their own career path. Now it’s your
turn.

Program description

At AMDA, we believe a performer must perform. From the first


day, you’ll find many performance opportunities in the three core areas of
acting, musical theatre and dance, both in and out of the classroom, plus
individual voice lessons. Over the course of your four semesters (学期), you’
ll also improve your performance technique through an intensive curriculum that
focuses on both foundational and advanced concepts in acting, musical theatre
and dance. Finally, through courses in career preparation, you’ll learn how to
apply all of this training to a successful career on stage and screen.

Philosophy and mission

AMDA is committed to providing a splendid performing arts


education to a diverse community of creative artists. AMDA serves as both
school and stage, where students are given the support and opportunity to
identify their own personal objectives and to develop and improve their own
distinctive artistic voices. AMDA tries to create an environment for students
to develop the skills, confidence, imagination, and power to contribute to
their community as artists, businesspeople, lifelong learners, and hard-working
citizens of the world Above all, AMDA wants to teach students that commitment
and passion are the marks of a successful and joyous career.
Registration

6305 Yucca Street Los Angeles

800-367-7908

https: //www.amda.edu

How long does the course last?

A. One semester.

B. Two years.

C. Three semesters.

D. Four years.

Welcome to AMDA

Your future in the performing arts doesn’t have to be a dream.


For over 50 years, AMDA has launched some of the most successful careers in
theatre, film and television. AMDA creates industry professionals who don’t
just wait for life to happen—they stage their own career path. Now it’s your
turn.

Program description

At AMDA, we believe a performer must perform. From the first


day, you’ll find many performance opportunities in the three core areas of
acting, musical theatre and dance, both in and out of the classroom, plus
individual voice lessons. Over the course of your four semesters (学期), you’
ll also improve your performance technique through an intensive curriculum that
focuses on both foundational and advanced concepts in acting, musical theatre
and dance. Finally, through courses in career preparation, you’ll learn how to
apply all of this training to a successful career on stage and screen.

Philosophy and mission

AMDA is committed to providing a splendid performing arts


education to a diverse community of creative artists. AMDA serves as both
school and stage, where students are given the support and opportunity to
identify their own personal objectives and to develop and improve their own
distinctive artistic voices. AMDA tries to create an environment for students
to develop the skills, confidence, imagination, and power to contribute to
their community as artists, businesspeople, lifelong learners, and hard-working
citizens of the world Above all, AMDA wants to teach students that commitment
and passion are the marks of a successful and joyous career.
Registration

6305 Yucca Street Los Angeles

800-367-7908

https: //www.amda.edu

What can students learn in AMDA?

A. How to sing beautifully.

B. How to train a performer.

C. The way to build a stage.

D. The way to be a director.

April 4th was just another day on a Western Australia farm for
Zac Mitchell, until it suddenly wasn’t. In an unexpected accident, the cattle
worker was feeding the animals in his charge when one bull cleaned him up and
kicked his hand up against the rail, resulting in the thumb on his right hand
being cut off. “My thumb was still hanging on the rail... when I got up off
the ground,” Zac Mitchell says.

His co-workers tried their best to preserve the thumb for


reattachment, placing it on ice in a cooler, but two surgeries to put Mitchell’
s thumb back in place failed. That’s when doctors came up with another
suggestion: Remove one of his big toes to where his thumb used to be.

Mitchell’s lead surgeon, Sean Nicklin, understood the man’s


dilemma at first, calling it a “bit of a crazy idea”. After all, Zac Mitchell
did not want to be injured in another part of his body. But as the thumb is
incredibly important function-wise, Mitchell eventually gave in. Nicklin
explains that the big toe is surprisingly fit for a thumb switch: Nerves sync
up (同步) nicely, and it looks more like a thumb, though a giant one, than any
other alternative they may have come up with. He added that big toes aren’t as
necessary for balance and walking as people believe. As far as the foot goes,
occasional “fine balance” activities like surfing might be difficult, but
most people without a big toe function fine in everyday tasks like walking and
even competitive sports.

The eight-hour surgery went well, and Mitchell is expected to


have a year or so of recovery in front of him before he heads back into the
fields.

What happened to Zac Mitchell on April 4th?


A. He cleaned up a bull.

B. He was badly hurt.

C. He started his farm.

D. He lost his thumbs.

April 4th was just another day on a Western Australia farm for
Zac Mitchell, until it suddenly wasn’t. In an unexpected accident, the cattle
worker was feeding the animals in his charge when one bull cleaned him up and
kicked his hand up against the rail, resulting in the thumb on his right hand
being cut off. “My thumb was still hanging on the rail... when I got up off
the ground,” Zac Mitchell says.

His co-workers tried their best to preserve the thumb for


reattachment, placing it on ice in a cooler, but two surgeries to put Mitchell’
s thumb back in place failed. That’s when doctors came up with another
suggestion: Remove one of his big toes to where his thumb used to be.

Mitchell’s lead surgeon, Sean Nicklin, understood the man’s


dilemma at first, calling it a “bit of a crazy idea”. After all, Zac Mitchell
did not want to be injured in another part of his body. But as the thumb is
incredibly important function-wise, Mitchell eventually gave in. Nicklin
explains that the big toe is surprisingly fit for a thumb switch: Nerves sync
up (同步) nicely, and it looks more like a thumb, though a giant one, than any
other alternative they may have come up with. He added that big toes aren’t as
necessary for balance and walking as people believe. As far as the foot goes,
occasional “fine balance” activities like surfing might be difficult, but
most people without a big toe function fine in everyday tasks like walking and
even competitive sports.

The eight-hour surgery went well, and Mitchell is expected to


have a year or so of recovery in front of him before he heads back into the
fields.

What suggestion did the doctor give to Mitchell after the unsuccessful surgery?

A. Recreating a new thumb in place.

B. Replacing the thumb with his toe.

C. Transplanting his co-worker’s thumb.

D. Putting back the cut-off thumb again.

B
April 4th was just another day on a Western Australia farm for
Zac Mitchell, until it suddenly wasn’t. In an unexpected accident, the cattle
worker was feeding the animals in his charge when one bull cleaned him up and
kicked his hand up against the rail, resulting in the thumb on his right hand
being cut off. “My thumb was still hanging on the rail... when I got up off
the ground,” Zac Mitchell says.

His co-workers tried their best to preserve the thumb for


reattachment, placing it on ice in a cooler, but two surgeries to put Mitchell’
s thumb back in place failed. That’s when doctors came up with another
suggestion: Remove one of his big toes to where his thumb used to be.

Mitchell’s lead surgeon, Sean Nicklin, understood the man’s


dilemma at first, calling it a “bit of a crazy idea”. After all, Zac Mitchell
did not want to be injured in another part of his body. But as the thumb is
incredibly important function-wise, Mitchell eventually gave in. Nicklin
explains that the big toe is surprisingly fit for a thumb switch: Nerves sync
up (同步) nicely, and it looks more like a thumb, though a giant one, than any
other alternative they may have come up with. He added that big toes aren’t as
necessary for balance and walking as people believe. As far as the foot goes,
occasional “fine balance” activities like surfing might be difficult, but
most people without a big toe function fine in everyday tasks like walking and
even competitive sports.

The eight-hour surgery went well, and Mitchell is expected to


have a year or so of recovery in front of him before he heads back into the
fields.

What is Mitchell’s first attitude to the doctor’s another suggestion?

A. Optimistic.

B. Insignificant.

C. Hesitant.

D. Rejective.

April 4th was just another day on a Western Australia farm for
Zac Mitchell, until it suddenly wasn’t. In an unexpected accident, the cattle
worker was feeding the animals in his charge when one bull cleaned him up and
kicked his hand up against the rail, resulting in the thumb on his right hand
being cut off. “My thumb was still hanging on the rail... when I got up off
the ground,” Zac Mitchell says.

His co-workers tried their best to preserve the thumb for


reattachment, placing it on ice in a cooler, but two surgeries to put Mitchell’
s thumb back in place failed. That’s when doctors came up with another
suggestion: Remove one of his big toes to where his thumb used to be.

Mitchell’s lead surgeon, Sean Nicklin, understood the man’s


dilemma at first, calling it a “bit of a crazy idea”. After all, Zac Mitchell
did not want to be injured in another part of his body. But as the thumb is
incredibly important function-wise, Mitchell eventually gave in. Nicklin
explains that the big toe is surprisingly fit for a thumb switch: Nerves sync
up (同步) nicely, and it looks more like a thumb, though a giant one, than any
other alternative they may have come up with. He added that big toes aren’t as
necessary for balance and walking as people believe. As far as the foot goes,
occasional “fine balance” activities like surfing might be difficult, but
most people without a big toe function fine in everyday tasks like walking and
even competitive sports.

The eight-hour surgery went well, and Mitchell is expected to


have a year or so of recovery in front of him before he heads back into the
fields.

According to Nicklin, after the surgery Mitchell is able to ____.

A. surf on the sea

B. do daily activities

C. only stay at home

D. work on wheelchair

Most people know that listening to music when they are feeling
down or depressed can encourage their spirits.

However studies have also shown that music, especially certain


tones can reduce stress. Music can change brainwave patterns, deepen breathing,
and bring on a totally stress-free and more open mindset(心态). Using music
to relax when considering a particular problem may not only raise your mood,
but also could help you reach that "a-ha"moment and find a solution.

Music has also been shown not only to make you feel good, but
also, to be a great motivator. For example, during exercise, listening to music
can keep you going, or get you to exercise more by helping you to ignore
negative feelings of tiredness and focus on the pleasurable feelings you get
from being absorbed in the music.

Music is mainly used to record emotion. When we listen to a


piece of music we share the artist's feelings on a visceral(本来的)level.
That can be sad, and who among us hasn't put on a painful love song to share in
the misery after a bad break-up? On the contrary, we can share in the delight
of songs of joy and happiness, or any song or piece of music that reminds us of
a particular happy time in our past.

So next time you are feeling down, put on Beethoven' s Ode to


Joy, I bet you will feel a lot better about whatever it was that was bothering
you!

We can infer from the first paragraph that music can____.

A. benefit you in many ways

B. promote you to find more questions

C. change the patterns of your lifestyle

D. influence your attention to a problem

Most people know that listening to music when they are feeling
down or depressed can encourage their spirits.

However studies have also shown that music, especially certain


tones can reduce stress. Music can change brainwave patterns, deepen breathing,
and bring on a totally stress-free and more open mindset(心态). Using music
to relax when considering a particular problem may not only raise your mood,
but also could help you reach that "a-ha"moment and find a solution.

Music has also been shown not only to make you feel good, but
also, to be a great motivator. For example, during exercise, listening to music
can keep you going, or get you to exercise more by helping you to ignore
negative feelings of tiredness and focus on the pleasurable feelings you get
from being absorbed in the music.

Music is mainly used to record emotion. When we listen to a


piece of music we share the artist's feelings on a visceral(本来的)level.
That can be sad, and who among us hasn't put on a painful love song to share in
the misery after a bad break-up? On the contrary, we can share in the delight
of songs of joy and happiness, or any song or piece of music that reminds us of
a particular happy time in our past.

So next time you are feeling down, put on Beethoven' s Ode to


Joy, I bet you will feel a lot better about whatever it was that was bothering
you!

The author wrote the second paragraph mainly to____

A. tell us a story

B. make some comments


C. give us an example

D. list some facts

Most people know that listening to music when they are feeling
down or depressed can encourage their spirits.

However studies have also shown that music, especially certain


tones can reduce stress. Music can change brainwave patterns, deepen breathing,
and bring on a totally stress-free and more open mindset(心态). Using music
to relax when considering a particular problem may not only raise your mood,
but also could help you reach that "a-ha"moment and find a solution.

Music has also been shown not only to make you feel good, but
also, to be a great motivator. For example, during exercise, listening to music
can keep you going, or get you to exercise more by helping you to ignore
negative feelings of tiredness and focus on the pleasurable feelings you get
from being absorbed in the music.

Music is mainly used to record emotion. When we listen to a


piece of music we share the artist's feelings on a visceral(本来的)level.
That can be sad, and who among us hasn't put on a painful love song to share in
the misery after a bad break-up? On the contrary, we can share in the delight
of songs of joy and happiness, or any song or piece of music that reminds us of
a particular happy time in our past.

So next time you are feeling down, put on Beethoven' s Ode to


Joy, I bet you will feel a lot better about whatever it was that was bothering
you!

When we enjoy a piece of sad music, ____

A. we'll share the artist's feelings deeply

B. we may recall our miserable past

C. we may be reminded of particular joy

D. we'll show mercy on the artist' s life

Most people know that listening to music when they are feeling
down or depressed can encourage their spirits.

However studies have also shown that music, especially certain


tones can reduce stress. Music can change brainwave patterns, deepen breathing,
and bring on a totally stress-free and more open mindset(心态). Using music
to relax when considering a particular problem may not only raise your mood,
but also could help you reach that "a-ha"moment and find a solution.

Music has also been shown not only to make you feel good, but
also, to be a great motivator. For example, during exercise, listening to music
can keep you going, or get you to exercise more by helping you to ignore
negative feelings of tiredness and focus on the pleasurable feelings you get
from being absorbed in the music.

Music is mainly used to record emotion. When we listen to a


piece of music we share the artist's feelings on a visceral(本来的)level.
That can be sad, and who among us hasn't put on a painful love song to share in
the misery after a bad break-up? On the contrary, we can share in the delight
of songs of joy and happiness, or any song or piece of music that reminds us of
a particular happy time in our past.

So next time you are feeling down, put on Beethoven' s Ode to


Joy, I bet you will feel a lot better about whatever it was that was bothering
you!

What's the best title of the text?

A. What music means to a music lover

B. Why people love happy music

C. What kind of music is popular

D. How music changes your life

There’s a song by the great Jamaican singer Bob Marley called


So Much Trouble In The World. Marley understood that part of the reason why
there are so many problems in the world is the lack of tolerance between people.
The UN understands this too––– that’s why it made Nov 16th “International
Day for Tolerance”.

But first of all, what is tolerance? According to French


philosopher Voltaire, tolerance is the consequence of humanity. We are all
formed of frailty (脆弱) and error; let us pardon each other’s fool––– that
is the first law of nature.”

Very often, people don’t realize that they’re intolerant.


This is because intolerance has a lot to do with ignorance. For example, the UN’
s campaign is in part about the treatment of females by males. But often, the
behavior of men toward women is intolerant because men don’t put themselves in
the shoes of women.
It’s worth thinking a little about the words “tolerance” and
“intolerance”. Are they the best words to describe the evils of which we’re
speaking here? To agree to be “tolerant” of someone isn’t necessarily a very
respectful thing. When someone is tolerated, it implies that there’s something
wrong with them.

Still, what Voltaire said stands: We humans are not perfect and
this weakness is something that we all share. That’s the reason we should be
tolerant. It’s a little like generosity. We can give things to another person,
and we can also give our forgiveness.

What’s the purpose of the UN “International Day For Tolerance”?

A. To arouse people’s awareness of tolerance among people.

B. To celebrate the founding of the UN.

C. To solve the problem of global warming.

D. To change peopled opinion towards globalization.

There’s a song by the great Jamaican singer Bob Marley called


So Much Trouble In The World. Marley understood that part of the reason why
there are so many problems in the world is the lack of tolerance between people.
The UN understands this too––– that’s why it made Nov 16th “International
Day for Tolerance”.

But first of all, what is tolerance? According to French


philosopher Voltaire, tolerance is the consequence of humanity. We are all
formed of frailty (脆弱) and error; let us pardon each other’s fool––– that
is the first law of nature.”

Very often, people don’t realize that they’re intolerant.


This is because intolerance has a lot to do with ignorance. For example, the UN’
s campaign is in part about the treatment of females by males. But often, the
behavior of men toward women is intolerant because men don’t put themselves in
the shoes of women.

It’s worth thinking a little about the words “tolerance” and


“intolerance”. Are they the best words to describe the evils of which we’re
speaking here? To agree to be “tolerant” of someone isn’t necessarily a very
respectful thing. When someone is tolerated, it implies that there’s something
wrong with them.

Still, what Voltaire said stands: We humans are not perfect and
this weakness is something that we all share. That’s the reason we should be
tolerant. It’s a little like generosity. We can give things to another person,
and we can also give our forgiveness.
Why do men behave intolerantly towards women?

A. Because men don’t realize the purpose of the UN.

B. Because men are physically stronger than women.

C. Because men don’t appreciate the shoes of women.

D. Because men are not willing to understand women.

There’s a song by the great Jamaican singer Bob Marley called


So Much Trouble In The World. Marley understood that part of the reason why
there are so many problems in the world is the lack of tolerance between people.
The UN understands this too––– that’s why it made Nov 16th “International
Day for Tolerance”.

But first of all, what is tolerance? According to French


philosopher Voltaire, tolerance is the consequence of humanity. We are all
formed of frailty (脆弱) and error; let us pardon each other’s fool––– that
is the first law of nature.”

Very often, people don’t realize that they’re intolerant.


This is because intolerance has a lot to do with ignorance. For example, the UN’
s campaign is in part about the treatment of females by males. But often, the
behavior of men toward women is intolerant because men don’t put themselves in
the shoes of women.

It’s worth thinking a little about the words “tolerance” and


“intolerance”. Are they the best words to describe the evils of which we’re
speaking here? To agree to be “tolerant” of someone isn’t necessarily a very
respectful thing. When someone is tolerated, it implies that there’s something
wrong with them.

Still, what Voltaire said stands: We humans are not perfect and
this weakness is something that we all share. That’s the reason we should be
tolerant. It’s a little like generosity. We can give things to another person,
and we can also give our forgiveness.

Why is it meaningless to use the words “tolerance” and “intolerance”?

A. Because they are hard to pronounce in English.

B. Because they don’t express the exact meaning people refer to.

C. Because they can’t be translated into other languages.

D. Because they can’t be used in a respectful way.


D

There’s a song by the great Jamaican singer Bob Marley called


So Much Trouble In The World. Marley understood that part of the reason why
there are so many problems in the world is the lack of tolerance between people.
The UN understands this too––– that’s why it made Nov 16th “International
Day for Tolerance”.

But first of all, what is tolerance? According to French


philosopher Voltaire, tolerance is the consequence of humanity. We are all
formed of frailty (脆弱) and error; let us pardon each other’s fool––– that
is the first law of nature.”

Very often, people don’t realize that they’re intolerant.


This is because intolerance has a lot to do with ignorance. For example, the UN’
s campaign is in part about the treatment of females by males. But often, the
behavior of men toward women is intolerant because men don’t put themselves in
the shoes of women.

It’s worth thinking a little about the words “tolerance” and


“intolerance”. Are they the best words to describe the evils of which we’re
speaking here? To agree to be “tolerant” of someone isn’t necessarily a very
respectful thing. When someone is tolerated, it implies that there’s something
wrong with them.

Still, what Voltaire said stands: We humans are not perfect and
this weakness is something that we all share. That’s the reason we should be
tolerant. It’s a little like generosity. We can give things to another person,
and we can also give our forgiveness.

In what sense is “tolerance” similar to “generosity”?

A. Humans are advised to treat others better.

B. Humans leant to find faults in others.

C. Humans need to give something to others.

D. Humans will change their attitudes to others.

填空题 (本大题共 5 小题,每小题____分,共____分。)

第二节 (共 5 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 10 分)

根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项,选项中有两项
为多余选项。
Difficult financial times don’t mean your giving shuts down.
____ There are so many ways to give back that won’t hurt your wallet and will
enrich your life.

1. Pick up the phone

Calling someone “for no reason” is an important opportunity


to show them that you are thinking of them. You are taking time out of your
busy day to reach out. Everyone needs someone to just listen sometimes. They
may be filled with joy or sadness.____

2. Write a note

____ It is one thing to say it, but it can be even more


meaningful to put it in writing. What if you made a commitment to write a
thank-you note to someone every week?

3.____

You never know what someone might be going through a painful


divorce, a tough college semester, or just a bad day. Opening up your home will
make someone feel appreciated. In addition, it costs less than going out. The
leftovers from this dinner can be packaged up for homeless people. That’s
double giving!

4 .Set aside money from a daily routine to donate

Giving doesn’t have to mean a life full of sacrifices. You can


still buy a burger or get your nails done.____ Donate the money you saves: Even
$ 5 can make a difference in someone’s life.

A. Give a gift to the stomach.

B. Invite someone over for dinner.

C. To take your awareness to a new level, movebeyond money.

D. But instead of buying much coffee every week,you can drink less.

E. While some people enjoy receiving gifts, allof us appreciate a kind


word.

F. Instead, they allow you to examine how yourtime and money are spent.

G. Be there to celebrate their good news, or supportthem with sympathy.

第一节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填
入空白处的最佳选项。
Trying new things is the only way we can discover hidden
talents. I ____ my career as an editor for a magazine. I didn’t really mind
the work, but I wanted something more ____. Then I was offered a management
____ of a digital reading company. The job was a seemingly ____ mix of my
skills and interests, so I jumped at it.

____, soon after I joined the company, its model changed to


focus on K-12 education, and everything about my position changed. I was asked
to take on the ____ different roles of selling content to teachers and training
people. I felt more than a little ____ my comfort zone.

I knew I wanted to grow as a(an) ____ and make a serious effect


on the company. I told myself that everything feels ____ at first and I should
at least try. ____, I felt like I didn’t have a(an) ____. I knew jumping out
of the ____ was the right thing for me, even though it felt pretty awful.

I was fortunate to be ____ by very helpful people, both at work


and at home. They kept ____ me. I spent hours researching my company’s ____. I
asked lots of questions and spoke to many people in need. I looked for
opportunities to put in extra ____. The more I did, the better I felt.

Over time, I discovered that the job was ____ I could do and
liked doing. It was an amazing ____ to see the company grow and know that my
efforts contributed to ____ success and that it’s important to take risks and
accept new ____. Actually, there’s nothing worse than failing because you
refuse to even try.

41. A. started out B. moved up

C. developed D.spent

42. A. steady B.
comfortable

C. paying D.challenging

43. A. guidance B. suggestion

C. position D.course

44. A. loose B.
perfect

C. mild D.complex

45. A. However B.
Instead

C. Additionally D.Thus
46. A. slightly B.
completely

C. relatively D.strangely

47. A. inside B.
around

C. within D.outside

48. A. individual B.
consumer

C. leader D.adult

49. A. silly B.
tough

C. fresh D.easy

50. A. On the contrary B. In


brief

C.In a way D. On one hand

51. A. choice B.
idea

C. dream D.reason

52. A. control B.
touch

C. nest D.company

53. A. informed B. surrounded

C. followed D.impressed

54. A. convincing B. reminding

C. accessing D.encouraging

55. A. staff B.
income

C. products D.conditions

56. A. effort B.
money
C. offer D.care

57. A. anything B.
everything

C. something D.nothing

58. A. profit B.
reward

C.platform D. behavior

59. A.
my B.their

C.your D.its

60.

A. opportunities B. requests

C.cultures D. services

第二节(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分)

阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1 个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

I got laid off at 53 from a senior management position in a


restaurant. And I knew it was going to be hard to find another job in the ____
(competition) working market. My age put me at ____ disadvantage. But I also
knew it was time for me ____ (realize) my lifelong dream of owning a
restaurant.____ was most difficult was that in order to make this happen, I
needed to find an ____ (exist) café that wasn’t doing well. It couldn’t be
better if its owner was ready to quit his business. With great ____ (lucky) I
found just what I wanted eight blocks from home. Since I had never financially
planned for this day, I had to borrow money from friends as well as ____
(relative). I, together with my wife,____ (be) ready to start off. We changed
the name to Black Dog Coffee, the menu, the recipes and the look of the cafe,
and my wife did a great job of designing. Eighteen years later, we’re still
here and doing ____ (well) than ever. I’m grateful ____ the layoff and the
opportunity to pursue my dream.

第一节:短文改错(10 分)

假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。

文中共有 10 处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、
删除或修改。
增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号( ),并在其下面写出该加的词。

删除:把多余的词用斜线( )划掉。

修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。

注意:1 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;

2 只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。

Last week I noticed Jack coughing on our math class. See this,
I offered to take him to a clinic. There the doctor asked Jack how he had
coughed sometimes for long time. Jack nodded his head immediate. The doctor
then wrote a prescription with instruction on how to take the Chinese medicine.
When Jack tasted the medicine, he almost brings it up. I comforted him with an
old saying “Good medicine for health tastes bitter to the mouth”. Jack
managed to swallow them unwillingly. But when he had recovered three days later,
he felt amazing at the effect of the Chinese medicine.

第二节:书面表达(满分 25 分)

假定你是李华,已高中毕业 20 年,今日从报纸上获悉母校将要举行 100 周年校庆,


你将要给你远在美国的高中同桌 Peter 发一封 100 词左右的电子邮件,相约一起回母校参
加活动,要点如下:

1 问候昔日同桌,回忆同学友情;

2 校庆活动介绍;

3 捐设奖学金。

参考词汇:百年校庆 100th anniversary celebration; 奖学金 scholarship

Dear Peter,

_______________________________________________________________________________

Yours,

Li Hua
答案
单选题
C B A B B C B A C B D A D B C
填空题

36-40 FGEBD

41-45 ADCBA

46-50 BDABC

51-55 ACBDC

56-60 ACBDA

61. competitive 62. a 63. to realize 64. What 65.


existing/existent 66. luck 67. relatives 68. was 69.
better 70. for

Last week I noticed Jack coughing ____ our math class. ____
this, I offered to take him to a clinic. There the doctor asked
Jack____if/whether____he had coughed sometimes for (加 a) long time. Jack
nodded his head ____immediately____. The doctor then wrote a prescription with
____instructions____ on how to take the Chinese medicine. When Jack tasted the
medicine, he almost____brought____ it up. I comforted him with an old saying
“Good medicine for health tastes bitter to the mouth”. Jack managed to
swallow____ unwillingly. But when he(去掉 he) had recovered three days later,
he felt ____amazed____ at the effect of the Chinese medicine.

Dear Peter,

How is everything going recently? I’m writing to invite you to


go back to our senior high school to celebrate her 100th anniversary. It has
been 20 years since we graduated from high school. Do you still remember the
days we spent studying and playing together? Till now, these memories remain
fresh.

As I know, the celebration will last for 3 days from October


1st to October 3rd. Schoolmates will gather to meet their old friends. An
evening party will be held to feast people’s eyes. At the party, folk songs
will be performed, poem recitation and students’ group dance included. When we
meet, I suppose money should be raised to set up a scholarship which is used to
provide financial support for the students from rural areas. What do you think
about it?

I am looking forward to your early coming.

Yours,
Li Hua

解析
单选题
略 略 略 略 略 略 略 略 略 略 略 略 略 略 略
填空题
略 略 略 略 略