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第一节:单项填空(共 15 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21. Being able to afford ______ drink would be ______ comfort in those tough times. A. the; the B. a; a C. a; / D. /; a 22. It's really noisy outside. I

would appreciate ____ if you raise your voice in order to make yourself ______in the back. A this; hear B that; heard C it; heard D you; hear 23. We often see the situation of employers____people they want, while jobseekers can't find the employers (they want). A. having difficulty finding B. to have difficulty finding C. having difficulty to find D. to have difficulty to find 24. According to China's Food Safety Law, ______________ in February 2009, the State Council established the Food Safety Committee to oversee a chain of departments. A. as is passed B. as it was passed C. which is passed D. which was passed 25.There is _________ thing as a free lunch. A. not such B. no such a C. one such a D. no such 26. The weather was terrible but we carried on ________. A. in spite of B. although C. regardless D. regardless of 27. Since I know ______ , I understand why they needed so much money. A. what a hard life they led B. they led what a hard life C. what they led a hard life D. how hard a life did they lead 28. South Korean star PSY's ―Gangnam style‖ video,________, has set the Guinness World Record for the most ―liked‖ video in YouTube history. A. broke records B. breaking records C. to break records D. breaks records 29. On average, 50 percent of those _____ said they would prefer to see Mr Obama win the 2012 ticket, _____to just nine percent who prefer Mr Romney. A. to be questioned; compared B. having questioned; comparing C. questioned; compared D. questioning; comparing 30. The recent financial crisis _____into consideration, the boss _____back on the number of workers working for him. A. taken; cut B. was taken; cut C. taking; cuts D. to take; cutting 31. He was a person who would ___________ what he thought right, whatever the cost. A. stand up for B. make for C. stand for D. head for 32. We are using so many raw materials every day, which _______ that they _______. A. are running out ; will be used up B. are being run out; will run out C. have run out of ; will be using up D. have run out; will run out of 33. The good thing about children is that they ______ very easily to new environments. A. attain B. allocate C. adapt D. adopt 34.When asked what original intention led them to volunteer, about half of___ said they were willing to devote themselves. A. whom B. whose C. them D. who 35. In my opinion, it is the coach rather than the players that________. A. is to blame B. is to be blamed C. are to blame D. are to be blamed 第二节 完型填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) Last January I was given a chance to work in another country. At first, I lived a 36 life, but soon I met a group of new friends and they were really nice. Then something 37 happened. One of our friends suffered from kidney stones (肾结石), which had to be 38 surgically as soon as possible. But it was not as 39 as that! Our friend could not 40 the operation, which put him into deep 41 . I didn’t know how to help him because I didn’t have any money either. 42 , I never lost hope. Instead I tried to think of other 43 and told him not to worry because everything would be all right. Before I left the hospital, I talked to the surgeon and asked him to do the surgery, saying I
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would pay the expenses the next day 44 I had that kind of money. Well, I must have been 45 because the surgeon agreed to do it! But how was I going to get that much money? All I knew was that I needed to help my friend! Although it could be 46 to deal with this kind of situation, I decided to make some efforts. I tried to borrow money but failed. I tried 47 my things but no one wanted them. Then I had the idea of talking to my 48 . I asked him if I could have my next two months’ salary in advance—without even thinking on how I would 49 for two months with no money. He was surprised and asked me the reason. I told him that I had a friend who was really in need. 50 I convinced him too and then he gave my two months’ salary without any 51 ! Upon getting the money, I ran to the hospital and paid all the bills. My friend didn’t know how to thank me. I just said, ―Come on! Give me a 52 !‖ Friendship may not only be found at the happy moment but sometimes you can find it on the 53 time in your life! I’ve done a good thing by being a (an) 54 friend and I think it is well worth the 55 . 36. A. private B. lonely C. colorful D. normal 37. A. strange B. wrong C. unexpected D. unfair 38. A. removed B. reduced C. examined D. lifted 39. A. terrible B. painful C. simple D. special 40. A. stand B. consider C. perform D.afford 41. A. anxiety B. confusion C. embarrassment D. dissatisfaction 42. A. Thus B. Otherwise C. However D.Therefore 43. A. reasons B. choices C. symptoms D. expectations 44. A. even if B. as if C. so that D. in case 45. A. encouraging B. annoying C. astonishing D. convincing 46. A. challenging B. disturbing C. amazing D. scaring 47. A. saving B. handling C. donating D. selling 48. A. colleague B. relative C. boss D. surgeon 49. A. adapt B. survive C. continue D. wander 50. A. Luckily B. Slightly C. Constantly D. Occasionally 51. A. analysis B. dignity C. hesitation D. remark 52. A. favor B. hug C. promise D. reply 53. A. best B. longest C. strangest D. toughest 54. A. supportive B. sensitive C. aggressive D. attentive 55. A. tolerance B. sympathy C. pressure D. effort 第三部分:阅读理解(共 15 小题,每题 2 分,满分 30 分) A

The boy and his father looked at the big fish. The father lit a match and looked at his watch. It was 10 p.m.—two hours before the season opened. He looked at the fish, then at the boy. ―You’ll have to put it back, son,‖ he said. ―Dad!‖ cried the boy. ―There will be other fish,‖ said his father. ―Not as big as this one,‖ cried the boy. He looked around the lake. No other fishermen or boats were in sight in the moonlight. He looked again at his father. Even though no one had seen them, nor could anyone ever know what time he had caught the fish, the boy could tell from his father’s voice that the decision couldn’t be changed. He threw the huge bass into the black water. The big fish disappeared. The boy thought that he would never again see such a big fish. That was 34 years ago. Today the boy is a successful architect in New York City. He often takes his own son and daughters to fish at the same place.
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And he was right. He has never again caught such a large fish as the one he got that night long ago. But he does see that same fish ... again and again ... every time he has an ethical (道德的) decision to make. For, as his father had taught him, ethics are simple matters of right and wrong. It is only the practice of ethics that is difficult. 56. From the text we know that the father _________. A. didn’t love his son B. always disagreed with his son C. disliked the huge fish D. was firm and stubborn 57. The successful architect went fishing with his children at the same place because _____. A. they might catch a big fish there B. it was a most popular fishing spot C. he was taught a moral lesson there D. their children enjoyed fishing there 58. What does the story imply (suggest)? A. It is easy to say something, but difficult to do. B. An ethical decision is always easy to make. C. It’s hard to tell right from wrong sometimes. D. Fishing can help one to make right decisions. B Looking for Teens Interested in Child Care This is a chance for teens to accompany a child through projects and activities, play with them indoors and outdoors, help with arts and crafts, deliver flyers to homes in the neighborhood,and so on. When: We welcome teen volunteers whenever they are available. How often: Our volunteers determine the amount of time they give and their schedule. Where: Wilder Child Development Center, 911 Lafond Ave. St. Paul Library Intern (实习生) Part-time, Temporary $12.48 一$13 .87 /per hour Program: Wilder Research Responsibilities: Help with moving to new buildings, record reports and other documents using a specialized library database, get items from area libraries, help library users, help with literature searches, other everyday library chores, and so on. Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree with some library experience or a current Master of Library and Information Science student. Strong attention to detail, good search skills and customer service skills. How to apply: Send resume to Wilder Research, 1295 Bandna Blvd, or send an e-mail to jobs@wilder.org. Site Responder Part-time, Regular $9.46 一$10.52/per hour Program: Jackson St. Village Responsibilities: Work at night to handle emergencies, provide services such as lawn care and snow removal, support the needs of residents and take care of the property and buildings. Qualifications: Must have good communication skills and must be able to solve the problems and concerns of the residents, their visitors, and staff. Individuals or teams are encouraged to apply. How to apply: Send resume to Wilder Foundation, 516 Humboldt Avenue, St.Paul, MN 55107 or a fax to (651) 223-7273, or an e-mail to jobs@wilder.org. 59. As a volunteer in the child center, __________. A. you should follow the schedule of the center strictly B. you must keep the child you look after indoors C. you will earn some money for what you have done D. you yourself can decide how long to stay there
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60. What may NOT be needed if you apply to Wilder Research program? A. A college degree and library experience. B. Having knowledge of the Internet. C. Being willing to help others. D. Being able to handle emergencies. 61. From the third advertisement, we can learn that __________. A. only individuals can apply for the job B. applicants should pay close attention to detail C. applicants are required to do some physical work D. applicants will deliver flyers homes in the neighborhood. 62.The three advertisements _________. A. are not all for part-time opportunities B. are not all chances to make some extra money C. all can be communicated on the Internet D. are offered by the same organization C Teens are more likely to behave badly if their parents expect them to,a new US study has found. ―Parents who believe they are simply being realistic might actually be having a bad effect on their children,‖ Christy Buchanan,a teacher at Wake Forest University and one of the authors of the study, said. ―Bad expectations on the part of both parents and children predict more rebellious (叛逆的) behaviors later on.‖ The finding came from a study of more than 250 sixth and seventh graders and their mothers. They were examined at the start of the study and again one year later. If kids’ mothers expected them to take more risks and be more rebellious,higher chances of risky behavior were seen. This was also true when kids had bad expectations of themselves. ―Sometimes parents expect more negative behavior from their children than they should based on the children’s history of behavior, ‖ Buchanan said. ―Parents shouldn’t be naive (无知的) about the possibility of bad behavior,‖ she said,―but it’s also a mistake to think that children who are wellbehaved will naturally become rebellious at the age of 13. ‖ ―By thinking risk?taking or rebelliousness is normal for teenagers and showing that to their children,parents might add to other messages from society that make teenagers feel that they are strange if they are not willing to take risks or break laws,‖ she said.―This can mean,for example, that when parents expect teens to drink before they turn 21 or to do other risky behaviors,kids are less likely to refuse to do so later in their lives.‖ On the other hand,parents’ expectations that teens can exhibit good behaviors and refuse to behave badly or to take risks could help reduce the possibility of bad behavior, Buchanan said.―As a parent,you should put expectations on your children carefully.‖ 63.What do we know about the study? A.Only mothers were examined. B.Participants were examined twice. C.250 people were examined in the study. D.Christy Buchanan was the only author of the study. 64.What does the underlined part ―This was also true‖ in Paragraph 3 refer to? A.The kids were more likely to take dangerous behavior. B.The kids would have bad expectations of their parents. C.The kids were likely to go against their mothers. D.Mothers expected their kids to behave badly. 65.Children may be more rebellious if________. A.they know parents think risktaking is normal B.parents put little expectation on them C.they behave well before they turn 13 D.they are asked not to take risks 66.What might be the most suitable title for the passage? A.Risktaking is normal for teens. B.Why are my teens behaving badly? C.Don’t expect too much from your teens. D.Bad expectations lead to badbehaving teens. D
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Among various programs, TV talk shows have covered every inch of space on daytime television.And anyone who watches them regularly knows that each one is different in style(风 格) .But no two shows are more opposite in content, while at the same time standing out above the rest, than the Jerry Springer and the Oprah Winfrey shows. Jerry Springer could easily be considered the king of ―rubbish talk‖.The contents on his show are as surprising as can be. For example, the show takes the ever-common talk show titles of love, sex, cheating, and hate, to a different level.Clearly, the Jerry Springer show is about the dark side of society, yet people are willing to eat up the troubles of other people’s lives. Like Jerry Springer, Oprah Winfrey takes TV talk show to its top.But Oprah goes in the opposite direction. The show is mainly about the improvement of society and different quality (质 量) of life.Contents are from teaching your children lessons, managing your work week, to getting to know your neighbors. Compared to Oprah, the Jerry Springer show looks like poisonous waste being poured into society. Jerry ends every show with a ―final word‖. He makes a small speech about the entire idea of the show.Hopefully, this is the part where most people will learn something very valuable. Clean as it is, the Oprah show is not for everyone.The show’s main viewers are middleclass Americans.Most of these people have the time, money, and ability to deal with life’s tough problems.Jerry Springer, on the other hand, has more of a connection with the young adults of society.These are 18-to-21-year-olds whose main troubles in life include love, relationship, sex, money and drug.They are the ones who see some value and lessons to be learned through the show’s exploitation. 67.Compared with other TV talk shows, both the Jerry Springer and the Oprah Winfrey are __. A. more interesting. B. unusually popular. C. more detailed. D. more formal. 68.Though the social problems Jerry Springer talks about appear unpleasant, people who watch the shows____. A.remain interested in them. B.are ready to face up to them. C.remain cold to them. D. are willing to get away from them. 69. Which of the following is likely to be a topic of the Oprah Winfrey show? A.A new type of robot. B.Nation hatred(憎恨) . C.Family income planning. D.Street accident. 70. We can learn from the passage that the two talk shows_____. A.have become the only ones of its kind. B.exploit the weaknesses in human nature. C.appear at different times of the day. D.attract different people. 第三节任务型读写(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) Of the hundreds of self-change techniques that have been suggested over the centuries, perhaps only a dozen are totally different. Researchers have tried to see which ones work best. Three techniques deserve special mention: they’re powerful, simple and easy to learn. what’s more, individuals who have made successful changes in their lives—changes in eating habits, career paths, coping strategies, and so on—often rely on one or more of the three techniques.To get yourself started in a new direction, try the Three M’s: Modify(改变)your environment The power of modifying one’s space has been well displayed in studies since it was reported in the 1960s for the first time. Psychologist Richard Stuart showed in the 1960s that overweight women could lose pounds by modifying both their eating behavior and ―stimulus environment‖ — for example, eating from smaller plates and confining all food to the kitchen. People who have never tried this are astonished by the enormous effect it often has. I’ve known several people who have overcome nail-biting simply by buying 50 nail files and distributing them everywhere: in their pockets, their desks and their bedrooms. With a nail file always within reach, they tended to groom rather than bite. To change yourself, change your world. Monitor your behavior I’ve been reading research studies on self-monitoring for 20 years, and I’ve conducted some myself. The fact is, if you monitor what you do, you’ll probably do better.Weigh yourself regularly
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and you may well start to lose weight. Keep a record of what you eat and you’ll probably start eating more wisely. A study by Canadian researchers showed that teenagers arrived more promptly at a swim practice when they were given an attendance sheet to record their arrival times. Sonya Carr and Rebecca Punzo reported that self-monitoring improves academic performance of emotionally disturbed children in reading, mathematics and spelling. Dozens of studies have similar results, all inspired by heightening our awareness of our behavior. Make commitments When you commit yourself to another person, you establish a possibility of reinforcement (后效 强化); you’ve automatically arranged for a reward if you stick to it and a punishment if you don’t. It puts some pressure on you, and that’s often just what you need. For instance, if you want to exercise more, arrange to do it with a friend. If you don’t show up, your friend will get angry, and that may be just the ticket to keeping you punctual (准时的). In 1994 Dana Putnam and other researchers showed that patients who made written commitments were far more likely to take prescribed medicine than patients who hadn’t There’s good news here for all of us. We can meet many of the demands and overcome many of the challenges of life with simple skills that anyone can master and that don’t require willpower-in other words, with skill, not will.

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